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Healing Our Kids Reversing a Rising Tide of Chronic Conditions


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he statistics are startling—as many as a quarter to one half of Ameri- can children now have a diagnosed


chronic condition, according to studies that include one in Academic Pediatrics that includes obesity. Over the last few de- cades, the number of children with asthma has tripled to affect one in eight; those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have doubled to one in 10; and autism diagnoses have increased at least 10-fold, to affect one in 50 (one in 31 boys). “It’s literally an epidemic of chronic


childhood disease,” says Beth Lambert, of Charlotte, North Carolina, author of A Compromised Generation: Te Epidemic of Chronic Illness in America’s Children and executive director of the nonprofit EpidemicAnswers.org. “Our children, with their little bodies and immature immune systems, can’t tolerate the toxic environments we’re all exposed to. Tey’re the canaries in the coal mine that show us that the way we are living today is not sustainable.”


Call to Action As scientists pinpoint the causes of condi- tions, parents, researchers and healthcare practitioners are discovering, Lambert says, that many of the youngsters’ chronic illnesses share a “perfect storm” of factors, including pharmaceutical overuse, toxic or nutrition- ally poor diets, exposure to toxins and other environmental stressors. “Many factors contribute to these chron-


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ic disorders; one size or one treatment doesn’t fit all,” says Dr. Kenneth Bock, of Red Hook, New York, an integrative medi- cine practitioner who has helped more than 3,000 chronically ill children and authored Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Au- tism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies. “But if children with one or more of the disorders are treated with a fully integrative medicine approach, the vast majority show some im- provement, many significantly, and increas- ing numbers may recover to a point where they even lose their diagnosis.” Effective integrative applications oſten change the child’s diet to nutrient-dense, additive-free foods and supplements for gut and brain health; employ allergy testing and elimi- nation, detoxification and behavioral and physical therapies; vet household contam-


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