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Autism: the surprising truths

drwoellerpicEveryone who has a child with or WITHOUT autism, young or older, needs to listen to this podcast.

Dr. Woeller is a pioneer in the assessment, nutritional and treatment approaches for children with autism, among many other chronic illnesses.  I was extremely fortunate to have him with me in this podcast and the information he shared with me may be surprising to many of my listeners.  This is a MUST LISTEN to podcast.

If you are interested in:

  1.  Why children are coming into this world healthy initially then developing these behaviors (vaccines are discussed).
  2. What parents may be instructed by the doctors to do but may be putting their children at risk.  This is a MUST KNOW.
  3. What new parents can do NOW to prevent the onset of chronic illnesses.
  4. The root causes of autism and chronic illness.
  5. Is there really an increase in the numbers of children with autism or is it just more readily diagnosed?

His biography was shortened for the purpose of this blog and podcast but deficient based on his accomplishments to date.  He is one of my mentors and a leader in biomedical intervention with children with autistic behaviors, with autoimmune diseases, neurological disorders, mental health disorders and other chronic health conditions.

I urge you to share this podcast.

Kurt N. Woeller, D.O., is an integrative medicine physician and biomedical autism specialist. He is the author of several health books: “Autism – The Road To Recovery”, “Methyl-B12 For Autism”, “7 Facts You Need To Know About Autism”, “Methyl-B12 and Methylation Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia”, and “5 Things You MUST Do To Treat Your Rheumatoid Arthritis.” He is also a lecturer, educator, and experienced practicing clinician offering specialized diagnostic testing and treatment for individuals with complex medical conditions like Autism, Mental Health Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, and other chronic health conditions. Dr. Woeller serves as a clinical consultant for both BioHealth Laboratory and Great Plains Laboratory providing patient and physician education regarding functional and biomedical medicine through one-on-one training and monthly webinars. He is on the Integrative Medicine for Mental Health (IMMH) Scientific Advisory Panel, and is a member of the American Osteopathic Association.

In support of our children’s health and future,


Podcast #3- The functional approach to kids health with the F.D.N. Master Reed Davis

reeddavispic Come join Reed and I as we discuss the functional diagnostic nutrition approach to helping kids recover from health issues.

Learn why Reed Davis, began practicing nutrition and “labs”  with symptomatic individuals as far back as 20 years.  He is a pioneer as a practitioner, paving the way for an emerging specialty in functional diagnostic nutrition that merges clinical nutrition and functional medicine.

Reed Davis founded F.D.N.,Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® and has trained over 2,000 practitioners on how to practice with nutrition and labs.

In this interview :

  • learn why in F.D.N. we don’t ‘guess’ about systems, we ‘test’.
  • learn why Reed believes that good health is a ‘birth right’ and
  • the difference between symptoms and the importance of systems
  • what we can do as practitioners and as a parents to ensure great health.

Please listen to this podcast as Reed Davis shoots it straight and follow Kids Health 101 on iTunes.

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Episode #2- “Health Education is as important as Math & Reading”

Hensley+038Today’s podcast features an interview with Mr. Todd Hensley, the Exercise Science teacher at Mammoth Middle School.  The title of the podcast seems weak based on the wealth of information Todd Hensley shared in this interview.

Science is suggesting that if our nation’s kids keep moving in this health direction, many of them may not outlive their parents.

1 in 3 kids are at risk for obesity and children as young as 8 years of age are showing heart disease.

Physical inactivity is the 4th leading cause of death behind blood pressure, tobacco and high blood sugar. Exercise can reduce diabetes by 50%, reduce cancer risk and slow down the aging process in us parents.

Todd Hensley is a forward thinker.  He understands as an educator and developer of his unique Middle School Program that kids only get one body.  His mission is to ‘provide students with the owner’s manual to the one and only body they will ever own’. He shares all of his insights and passion into creating this public education program that’s been effectively running for 10 plus years.

Episode #2- “Health Education is as important as Math & Reading”

  • why exercise rituals may determine their long term health outcome
  • what is the key to making our kids be successful at health and exercise.  Hint: it has nothing to do with team sports.
  • what we parents can do to improve our children’s health outcome.

Come listen.  Spread the word and be well.


P.S. Bone broth was briefly mentioned in our interview but the tremendous benefits were not.  Oops! Bone broth and meat stock are chocked full of amino acids, known as the building blocks of protein, necessary for repair and recovery.

Episode #2- “Health Education is as important as Math & Reading”

Welcome to Kids Health 101

Welcome to Kids Health 101

Welcome to Kids Health 101 Podcast.  This podcast introduces the interviewer Lynn Altieri-Need, her personal experiences and recovery and her methodology of training.  Lynn is interviewed by her guest, Dr. Shanna Bissonette.   She shares her mission:  for parents to get evidenced based nutritional supports so that they can help their children to remain healthy or recover from illness.  She exposes her training and emphasis on supporting systems rather than symptoms.  All future podcast’s will feature Practitioner’s from around the world that are interested in sharing how we, as parents, can support our kids and their health.