Host Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Ann Allworth will be discussing important supplements for children’s health.

Ann Allworth, Ph.D., is an educator and consultant with MegaFood. She taught in higher education for 20 years, 15 of which were spent at the medical school level where she received numerous teaching awards. Ann left the medical establishment in 2004 and joined the natural health industry. She believes there are alternatives to modern medicine’s focus on pharmaceuticals for disease treatment and supports natural approaches to wellness.

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Host Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Lydia Martinez will be discussing
childhood obesity, along with lifestyle and dietary recommendations to help children live healthier lives.

Lydia Martinez, N.C.P.T., is a life coach and personal trainer. She takes everyday people and transforms their lives physically, emotionally and financially. Lydia has coached thousands of people living better to obtain the body and life you want. Lydia’s family history has fueled her drive for education in health, nutrition, and exercise. She is a trained certified fitness specialist, a LPI Life coach, and a NESTA child nutrition specialist.

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Host Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Keri Marshall, MS, ND will be discussing children’s health.

Dr. Keri Marshall is a licensed naturopathic doctor specializing in pediatrics, women’s medicine and chronic disease management. Dr. Marshall is the Medical Director for Gaia Herbs, a leader in organic herbal products. She sees patients at Village Green on Tuesdays.

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Topics: Natural approaches to common pediatric problems
Special guest: Keri Marshall, MS, ND – specializes in pediatrics, women’s medicine and chronic disease management

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Topics: Postpartum depression, pediatric nutrition, response to Michael Savage’s comments on autism
Special guest: Keri Marshall, MS, ND – specializes in pediatrics, women’s medicine and chronic disease management

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Topics: Food groups, magnesium, products and safety for children, drug/nutrient interactions

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Topics: Omega-3 fatty acids, Halloween safety, supplements vs medications, allergies and intolerances, increases in kids’ allergies

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