Natural Super Kids Podcast


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Episode 88: Histamine Intolerance In Children

  In this episode, we discuss histamine intolerance, which occurs when our body has difficulty managing and metabolising histamine due to insufficient levels of diamine oxidase (DAO) enzyme which helps the body break down histamine. In this episode, you will learn: What you need to know about histamine intolerance; The symptoms of histamine intolerance including hayfever…

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Episode 87: Choosing The Best Probiotic For Your Child With Rebecca Edwards From Activated Probiotics

  This week on the podcast I sat down with Rebecca Edwards, who is a qualified Naturopath and the Director of Education at Activated Probiotics, with more than 18 years of experience lecturing, teaching, and sharing her wealth of knowledge of complementary medicine.  Our team of practitioners at Natural Super Kids absolutely love the Activated Probiotics…

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Episode 86: Is Your Child’s Fussy Eating Caused By Oral Dysfunction?

  This week I sat down with Morgan Hammond, a speech and language pathologist and early intervention and feeding therapist.  We are talking to Morgan today about how oral dysfunction can lead to fussy eating behaviour in children, and its impact on breathing, sleep, behaviour & nutrition. In this episode, Morgan & I chat about:…

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Episode 85: Authentic Parenting With Eleanor And Emma From The Reconnected

  We are thrilled to have Eleanor from The Reconnected back on the podcast, joined by Emma from The Reconnected to talk to us today about authentic parenting. If you missed our previous episode with Eleanor about parenting strong-willed children – you can listen here. In this conversation, we talk to Eleanor and Emma about the…

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Episode 84: Constipation In Babies

  Constipation is one of the most common digestive problems for babies. Constipation can look different for every baby but generally presents as infrequent bowel movements, bowel movements that are hard, dry and/or dark in colour, and difficulty passing bowel movements.  Constipation is more common in formula-fed babies and babies born via C-section. It can also…

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Episode 83: A Natural Approach To Reflux In Babies

  Following on from our series on infant health, this episode will focus on reflux in babies. Reflux, sometimes referred to as GORD – Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease is a common concern for new parents. For some babies, reflux doesn’t bother them at all. But for others, it can be uncomfortable or even painful. The good…

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Episode 82: Introducing Solids With Nutritionist Mel Kirkwood

  We understand how confusing and somewhat daunting starting solids can be for families. When do you start? What foods do you being with? Is your baby getting all their required nutrients for growth & development?  That’s why this week I sat down with our infant nutritionist Mel to discuss introducing solids. In this podcast episode, Mel…

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Episode 81: How To Treat Colic In Infants With NSK Nutritionist Mel

  This week I’m joined by our Natural Super Kids Clinical Nutritionist Mel to chat all things infantile colic. Colic is a common condition we see in clinic that affects 1 in 5 babies. It is still quite poorly understood and occurs irrespective of breastfeeding or formula feeding in infants up to 5 months of…

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Episode 80: Meet Our Nutritionist – Mel Kirkwood

  This week I’m excited to introduce you all to our team member, Mel. Mel wears many hats here at Natural Super Kids – not only is she our qualified nutritionist on the team, but she also helps me behind the scenes as our Customer Engagement & Social Media Manager.  Mel is a qualified clinical…

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Episode 79: The Benefits Of Zinc For Kids

  If we could pick one mineral that is important when it comes to children’s health, it would have to be zinc. It is one of my most prescribed nutrients for kids because it has so many benefits and is particularly important when it comes to immunity, gut health, mood, and behaviour.  Kids also have…

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