This is the question many of us are asking! There is a grave health crisis that is affecting the next generation. In increasing numbers, children and young people are struggling with allergies, eczema, inflammatory conditions, autism, autoimmune disorders, asthma, reflux, sensory issues, GI issues, ADHD, and more. In today’s episode, Beth Lambert describes the “perfect storm” that is assailing our children’s health. She also has several ideas in how to navigate that storm.
Beth has an M.A. from Fairfield University, with a concentration in American Healthcare. The mother of three young children, Beth’s interest in health concerns grew as she dealt with her own daughter’s “leaky gut.” Conventional medicine didn’t have answers beyond some therapies and pharmaceutical drugs. Beth wanted something more.
She overhauled her family’s diet and their environment and was able to turn her daughter’s health around in approximately nine months. Her eyes were opened to the need around her, as she observed that other families were also in crisis related to their children’s health issues. She went on to do extensive research and is now the author of “A compromised generation.” You will be encouraged by Beth’s story and the health improvements of others that she recounts, who are a part of her “Documenting Hope” project.
Listen closely and learn what steps you can take to improve your own health and that of the next generation.
Beth is a health professional whose heart is aching over the next generation. She calls their exposure to environmental and dietary toxins “the perfect storm.” Our over-use of antibiotics, our nutrient-poor diet, and symptom-suppressive meds have contributed to the decline in our children’s health.
Beth cites a rise in allergies, inflammatory conditions, autism, autoimmune disorders, asthma, reflux, sensory issues, GI issues, ADHD.And she gives suggestions about how to take steps to navigate this crisis and ensure improved health for the next generation and those to come.
In today’s show she touches on:
- how/why our health care system is reactive rather than proactive
- conventional doctors’ m.o. (writing prescriptions, looking to suppress symptoms
- how health issues with her daughter, Aubrey, triggered her interest in chronic conditions plaguing the next generation
- how they found the link between food and their daughter’s health
- how they healed her leaky gut and corrected the imbalances in her body
- the move to overhaul the family’s diet and clean up their home environment
- how other families deal with health concerns
- the story of one military family whose autistic son returned to good health
- how her group, Epidemic Answers, is working to scientifically document how recovery happens (through the “Documenting Hope” project)
- how real health recovery requires serious lifestyle changes
- how adults and children can deal with living a counter-cultural lifestyle
- the health revolution that is transpiring
- how healing starts with dietary change and a change in mindset
Acompromisedgeneration.com – website about Beth Lambert’s book “A Compromised Generation”
epidemicanswers.com – Epidemic Answers, the non-profit established for helping parents and children
documentinghope.com – “Documenting hope”project for recording scientific data on health recovery
Institute for Integrative Nutrition –– integrativenutrition.com – health coach training
Nutritional therapy association – nutritionaltherapy.com – holistic nutrition education🖨️ Print post