I’m not a doctor, nutritionist, or any such thing, although I often write about health related topics. I do so from the perspective of an experienced mom who loves to do her research. I love sharing what has worked for me. I hope that this will inspire you to do your own research and take responsibility for making those important health decisions for your own family. You always need to think for yourself though. No one can tell you what’s right for your unique family but you! I am an architect, but I don’t write about that too often, and I promise never to practice architecture on you. I’m also a LEED AP (since 2008), so I do actually know a thing or two about sustainability.
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