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WEBINAR: Gut Health and Healing for Breastfeeding (and ALL!) Families
January 19, 2014, 12pm EST-2:30pmEST
PRICE: $70US per person
SPECIAL GROUP PRICING:
Register with a friend, pay $130 ($65 per person), Register with 3 friends, pay $240 ($60 per person), Register with 5 friends, pay $330 ($55 per person) One payment must be made for each group. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Paypal payment link for your group.
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From previous presentations of this webinar:
"This presentation was incredible! Informative beyond my grandest expectations. I feel empowered to use the information immediately and am excited to get my family on track to being as healthy as we can be!"
"Unbelievable!!! I loved it. the class was PACKED full of vital, well-researched, well-explained information on holistic health, from pre-conception to child-birth, medicalization of birthing, pre and post-natal nutrition, breastfeeding, colicy babies, and more! The 3 hours flew by -- I could've easily listened all day. Thank you thank you Jennifer!"
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basics of epiegenetics
how and why the gut becomes compromised in mothers & children
nutritional approaches to support gut healing in mothers & children (and all family members)
additional strategies for supporting gut healing
an introduction to the role of nutrition in supporting methylation especially in those with the MTHFR gene mutation
LIMITED SPACE so as to offer the opportunity to answer questions
You may register even if you cannot be present live, as the webinar is recorded and will be available for 2 weeks after the presentation.
THE PURPOSE OF THIS WORKSHOP is to help parents understand the significance of gut health and healing as the foundation of their child's well-being. Gut physiology and the basics of epigenetics, methylation and gut healing will be discussed. The course is designed to help parents of breastfeeding infants and toddlers take a more educated and holistic approach to addressing problems such as "colic", reflux, allergies, eczema, low milk supply, oversupply, etc.
Many parents find themselves confronted with the reality of infants and young children whose guts have been compromised during pregnancy or birth, infancy or early childhood as a result of the mother's leaky gut, birth interventions, exposure to artificial feeding, medications, allergens and/or environmental toxins. Indications or associated conditions in infancy include "colic", infrequent stooling, fussiness, "reflux" or GERD, high-need behaviours, tongue-tie, allergies, poor growth or failure to thrive, eczema and thrush and often include "behaviour problems" or "picky-eating" in older children. Maternal issues include: history of infertility, PCOS, over or undersupply, depression, chronic infection including plugged ducts or mastitis, allergy, asthma, chronic or frequent infections such as sinus or UTIs, digestive problems, migraines, fatigue, poor sleep, candida, skin conditions and other inflammatory conditions. Strategies to nourish and heal the gut are the focus of this educational webinar.
Jennifer Tow, BFA, IBCLC, OMT practices Holistic Lactation. She has been in private practice for 17 years, prior to which she designed and coordinated a hospital-based breastfeeding peer counselor program in Hartford. Jennifer relies upon her 25 years of passionate information-gathering, education and training in holistic practices to provide holistic lactation consulting, parent education and mentoring to the families she works with. She also provides workshops for families, individuals and health care providers on topics related to birth and attachment, infant feeding, epigenetics, tongue-tie and holistic practices.
Her areas of focus in infant feeding are healing infant trauma, the inter-dependent relationship between maternal gut health, hormones, milk supply and the well-being of the dyad, and the synergy of maternal-infant physiology, form and function, including tongue-tie. Having established a reputation for working with parents to resolve complex feeding problems, Jennifer now works with clients internationally, primarily through Skype. She integrates a myriad of holistic modalities, such as nutrition, herbs, home remedies and energy medicine in mentoring families who choose a deeper and more permanent approach to healing.
Jennifer is the mother of three children born at home in 1988, 1992 and 1998 and a granddaughter born at home in 2009.