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Truth: Kids don’t come with a handbook! But what if there was a parenting handbook that aligned with your healthy living values? In each episode of the Healthy Parenting Handbook Podcast, mom of 4 Katie Kimball interviews experts in fields like nutrition, medicine, psychology, parenting, technology, entrepreneurship, and more to give parents tools to raise healthy, independent kids. Intentional parents, here comes clarity about what you can DO to keep your kids physically and mentally healthy!
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Did you start to question the products you put on your kids’ skin once you were a mom? Meet Tatyana Cerullo, attorney, and formulator of Kōkua Suncare, who came to that realization as she saw the legal system behind the marketing. We get so much conflicting information these days about whether the sun is something to hide from or embrace, what’s sa…
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Grabbing a piece of whole fruit or a popsicle are both fast, easy, and refreshing in the summer. But will they give your kids fuel for summer play? We know we’ll be asked about snacks approximately 5,287 times … in June. 😉 Nobody wants that! Here are some ideas to keep snacking running smoothly and prevent hungry tummy issues: Make a System Watch f…
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What life skills are kids and teens going to need in this fast-paced digital world??? We can’t really predict what specific skills our kids will need in 20 years, BUT we know they’ll need to know how to learn and other “soft skills.” Enjoy meeting a handful of our #LifeSkillsNow summer camp leaders as we explore what our youth need most and how par…
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I actually HUGGED my to-do lists, all of them, during this interview! My guest Megan Sumrell warned me that she was going to tell me task lists are no good. I added that to my list. ;) If you’ve ever felt like you have too much to do, too many demands on your time, or like you’re bound to that to-do list, this episode is for you! We discuss: Why tr…
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Grocery budget hurting? Erin Chase of $5 Dinners has been making inexpensive meals to save her family’s grocery budget since the real estate crisis of 2008. She says the current inflation problem is similar in how it’s making people feel about money and savings, and it’s TIME to pay attention to your food budget, no matter who you are. In this epis…
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You’ve heard people say it …You may have said something similar yourself … It’s a negative judgment on teens, especially parenting teens. “Oh, just look out for when they’re teenagers!” “Teens are just moody…just confrontational…just tough to parent.” Etc. Etc. Etc. I’ve said it too, and I feel regret! Turns out, most of the time, I puffy-heart-lov…
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I interview a LOT of different people in a myriad of professions, but I’ve never come close to having a woodworker on the show before! “What would we talk about - how to build things? That won’t go well on a podcast in someone’s ear…” I thought. Do not worry my friends, because Anika and I are both moms, so we dig into woodworking as an analogy for…
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What happens when you’re already living your dream…but it’s a dream interrupted? Dr. Robin Dickinson was a family practitioner who loved her job and her patients, and she was GOOD at what she did. But when the pandemic sent her kids home from school, they needed her more. What happened next is nothing short of extraordinary. In today’s interview, y…
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Confession: My house is VERY cluttered. I have never been good at letting go of things. “I might need that someday!” “What about the grandkids? They’ll want to read that book!” I’m always a little anxious and yet inspired when I talk to organizers and decluttering experts, and this conversation with Katy Wells will not disappoint!! Her story was a …
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When is the last time your kids were learning something in school and you got totally pulled in? That happened to today’s podcast guest, Kathy Gibbens, when her daughter was learning logic and critical thinking in middle school, and Kathy became a mom on a mission. She realized critical thinking is, well, critical to our society thriving and starte…
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For real, let's talk about Kid POOP. Because it doesn't get enough press! Dr. Song talks about kids' poop with every patient at every visit. You're going to love this interview! Dr. Elisa Song, MD, holistic pediatrician, is back today with some very important instruction for parents and kids about WHY we need to be aware of our kid's poop each day,…
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In today's Healthy Parenting Handbook, I'm going to take 5 different arguments against kids doing chores and learning life skills and counter them with facts, stories, research, and a big ol' dose of common sense. These are real arguments I hear from both well-meaning parents AND keyboard warriors on social media, plus one from a well-established e…
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Oh, parents. Parents in the tech age...there REALLY is no handbook for this! We've never seen our parents struggle through having the Internet in our kids' pockets, and honestly? I don't like the feeling of making it up as I go along. That's why I've been following Andrea and Tyler at Better Screen Time for a few years in my personal email, and I d…
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Power. Control. Parenting. Which of these three doesn’t belong? My guest today is Wendy Snyder, a positive parenting educator who reminds us, “Control is not the goal of parenting.” Obviously, there is a balance of power in a parent-child relationship, but taking the power or fighting over who has power isn’t the right game to play. Wendy will teac…
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I used Tosha's tips the very DAY we recorded this interview, and I have to tell you -- they work. So well. Once you hear about her strategy for reducing frustration and nipping "negative spirals" in the bud, you'll know why when my husband spent a ton of time hanging with our then-5-year-old, Gabe, over Christmas break, he said: "You know, Gabe has…
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I’ve been telling everyone about this book! Ever since I read The Gift of Failure by Jessica Lahey, it has truly changed my parenting. My mindset about the mistakes my kids make and little accidents they have is totally more peaceful, and the whole time I was absorbing the information, I was thinking, “How can I interview this author so I can share…
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I'm so happy to have my stress mastery mentor here today! Heidi Hanna, PhD, is one of the most intellectual, intuitive and compassionate people I know, and I'm honored to host her wisdom today. We recorded this interview in March 2020, when we were all in a tailspin and figuring out managing our stress was more important than ever! Fill your brain …
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We talked last week about STRESS and its impact on our health and our relationship with our families. I challenged you to be more aware of your breath and take the “Moment to Breathe” challenge, and a few of you chimed in after trying it that it’s really working!! Personally I found being aware of my breath and its ability to control my bodily reac…
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Raise your thumb if you feel STRESS on a normal day! We busy moms (and dads) tend to experience stress and feel it right down to our breathing and heart rate, and it affects the way we parent, our productivity, and our own mental AND physical health. Today I’m so excited to use my stress mastery training to teach you about how our brains respond to…
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Ryan Pink is a survivor. Like many of us, he’s faced some hard things, and has come out the other side swinging. In this episode, we dive pretty deeply into trauma - what it is and isn’t, and how we can protect our kids from trauma digging too deeply into them. Ryan walks through his own healing journey, including how expensive it was (I hope you’r…
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How does a mom get time for herself to dream? She uses a system! My guest today founded Mom University to give moms the training, tools, and support for the most important job they will ever do. In this episode, she’ll teach us about a proven method for figuring out what that “thing” is outside of motherhood that you really want, and then making it…
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Sensory Processing Disorder refers to difficulties that happen in some children where their brain struggles to make sense of input coming from the sensory environment. Information comes to our brain through our five senses. The brain has to make sense of it so that we can react appropriately. The brains of kids with SPD struggle to make sense of th…
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See full show notes at kidscookrealfood.com/009. Plenty of parents complain about their kids being "so darn picky!" (including me, even though I know I shouldn't use that word!). But what IS a picky eater, really? Did you know: Only about 1/3 of kids are actually picky, although 50% struggle age 2-3. Only about 25% of kids outgrow it. 5-10% are pro…
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Picky eating has always been a tricky challenge for parents, but did you know it’s been getting worse in the last few decades and particularly since the stress of the pandemic? Parents are frustrated and not sure what to do, partly because the root cause of picky eating is often not even in the food itself. I’ve been teaching kids to cook for eight…
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I realized during this interview (and never before) that my own husband had a tic off and on for years in our early marriage and before. Seriously! He was always told it was either neurological/anxiety or that he should see an eye doctor (who didn’t know what to do). For years we tried to figure out environmental patterns like what season or climat…
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Six million kids in America are diagnosed with ADHD. ADHD expert and health practitioner Dana Kay asks a very important question about that number: How many of those diagnoses are real ADHD? Her story will bring tears to your eyes but also hope to your heart, and after helping her own son find healing, this fierce mama bear is now on a mission so t…
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Our interview guest today has been a journalist and writer for many years and earned herself the title of “Worst Mom in America.” I’m so proud to interview her because she earned that title when she let her 9-year-old ride the subway alone and wasn’t afraid to write about it in a major publication. 🙂 Growing wings from the firestorm that ensued, sh…
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I am a better person, a better parent, every single time I listen to Amy McCready's coaching. There's a good reason she is a TODAY Show parenting expert, my goodness - the way she explains why consequences aren't the answer, how rewards set our kids up for massive problems (blew my mind!!) and gives us practical toolbox phrases we can just start us…
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We're so glad you've joined us, mindful parents, for this podcast on raising healthy, independent kids. In each episode of the Healthy Parenting Handbook Podcast, Katie Kimball, the national voice of healthy kids cooking, interviews experts in fields like nutrition, medicine, psychology, parenting, technology, entrepreneurship and more to help pare…
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We all know that most pediatricians get about 2 hours of nutrition training, which means some of them give food advice and probably shouldn’t and most don’t bother with food at all. But FOOD is the ROOT CAUSE of so much of what ails our kids! Dr. Song goes above and beyond normal MD training with all her holistic background and she’s 150% qualified…
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Chicken nuggets. Pizza. Burgers and fries. Mac and cheese. What do all those foods have in common? They're identified as "kid food" by children and adults alike. What else? They're often served in a highly processed, low-nutrient fashion, and I don't see many veggies on the list. My guest today, Bettina Elias Siegel, has been an advocate for school…
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It's finally here! Our audience has been asking for a podcast version of our video show, The Healthy Parenting Connector, for YEARS. We're finally launching on January 9, so hit that subscribe button wherever you listen to podcasts. I am Katie Kimball, a mom of 4 kids ages 18-9, a trained educator, who has been blogging about my natural living jour…
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