They told me her itchy and weeping skin was just bad luck, so I showed them otherwise.
AND I SHARE HOW WE DID IT.
When I gave birth to my daughter, I had no idea she would quickly develop dry and weeping skin. Coupled with a c-section recovery, sore nipples, a crying baby and not much sleep, it was a lot. Things got worse when at five months old, she also began losing weight and developed swollen lymph nodes...
I saw doctors but they pushed heavily for me to do things I didn't feel comfortable with like forcing her to accept formula and focusing on strong steroid creams. They also weren't encouraging when I told them I didn't just want to manage her symptoms - I wanted to find out what was causing them.
So I rebelled. I dedicated myself to researching as much as I could, developing a tailored skin and gut healing program for her and I. The results could not have been more impressive - or fast. We were able to reverse her health issues and help her thrive through an active process that changed everything.
I believe that system often lets us down by telling us our only option is to rely on more creams or pills, so I'm here to shake things up and facilitate a new way of looking at what's happening with our families - a more empowered and educated approach based on some healthy rebellion - finding what works for us.
Most of us already have 99 problems - an itch doesn't need to be one more. Let me help you stop googling so you can take control and get on your way to a symptom free life, naturally.
SIDE EFFECTS OF ENGAGING WITH ME MAY INCLUDE:
Laying a strong wellness foundation.
Building smooth and supple skin from the inside out.
Learning how to support gut and immune health.
Growing your confidence in incorporating holistic strategies.
Navigating the minefield of testing and understanding symptoms.
Getting answers to your questions.
Connecting the dots.
Resolving symptoms rather than just managing them.
Listening to your body to find what works for you (or your child).
Feeling more confident and empowered about your journey.
Becoming your own health advocate.
More time (and money) to spend doing things you enjoy.