Natural Super Kids Podcast


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Episode 173: Do your child’s behavioural challenges stem from the gut?

In this week’s podcast episode, Jess is talking about whether your child’s behavioural challenges could be attributed to the state of their gut.   At Natural Super Kids, it’s observed that tummy pain, constipation, diarrhoea, bloating, and fussy eating often impact behavior negatively. Often, when addressing digestive concerns parents notice an improvement in their children’s…

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Episode 172: The reality of our overseas family adventure with teens

After getting back into the groove of work, life, and adjusting to the cold I am back to share our travels with you. In this week’s podcast episode I am letting you in on the realities of our family’s overseas adventure in Canada. In this episode, I discuss: Canada’s natural beauty and our itinerary during…

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Episode 171: Planning our Overseas Adventure in Canada with Teens

We have recently returned from a 4 week family holiday to Canada, travelling with our two teenagers, so in this week’s episode, I am sharing the process we took to plan this overseas family adventure. Taking our kids to Canada has been on our bucket list for a while, as my husband and I have…

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Episode 170: Nutrients to Support Neurodiverse Children

We have been focusing a lot on brain health recently on the podcast with our episode last week focusing on the key dietary changes I recommend for kids with ADHD – check it out here. We also chatted with  Dr. Robert Melillo about the Melillo method and his approach to balancing the brain in kids with…

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Episode 169: The Two Most Important Dietary Changes to Support ADHD Kids

Today, on the podcast Jess shares the two most important dietary changes to support ADHD kids. These dietary shifts will be relevant for people whose kids are presenting with symptoms that are common in ADHD, as well as supporting behaviour, mood and sleep in general.  In this episode, Jess discusses: The two most important dietary…

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Episode 168: The Melillo Method for supporting Autism, ADHD, OCD and Tourette syndrome with Dr. Robert Melillo

On this week’s podcast episode, Jess is joined by a specialist in child neurological health and neurological disorders, Dr. Robert Melillo.  Dr. Melillo is a clinician, professor, brain researcher, and best-selling author. Dr. Melillo has been supporting children with Autism, ADHD, OCD, Dyslexia, Tourette’s, Bipolar as well as many other mental, attention and behavioural learning…

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Episode 167: All about PANS and PANDAS in children with Dr Leila Masson

On this week’s podcast episode, Jess is speaking with integrative paediatrician Dr Leila Masson about PANS and PANDAS in children. Paediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections (PANDAS) and Paediatric Acute-Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome (PANS) occur after an infection, most commonly a strep infection. In PANS and PANDAS, the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy…

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Episode 166: The 80/80 Marriage with Nate Kemp

If you missed last weeks podcast, Jess spoke to relationship coach Aston Simmonds about how to recreate your relationship after kids. Here is the link to listen to this episode. This week on the podcast we have Nate Kemp, best-selling author of the book ’80/80 Marriage’ and formally trained philosopher.  Nate and his wife Kaley,…

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Episode 165: Recreating your relationship after kids with Aston Simmonds

Today we have relationship coach Aston Simmonds on the podcast to discuss recreating your relationship after kids and keeping the spark alive. Aston is not only a relationship coach, but a retreat facilitator, podcast host, writer and married mum of two. Aston helps women and couples to communicate, connect and recreate their relationship after having…

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Episode 164: Sensory challenges in children with Occupational Therapist Emily Lo

Our guest on the podcast this week is Emily Lo, a Paediatric Occupational Therapist and Sensory Expert, mother, and caregiver to her autistic brother.   Emily has worked for the Department of Education, in International Schools, for Not For not-for-profit organisations, and in private practice in Sydney via her clinic ‘Child-Led Therapies’. Emily is certified…

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