Have you ever had the experienced of not finding out what you needed to know until it’s too late?

In fact, did you know that:
•    7 million children in the US have asthma
•    That only 40 years ago, 4.5 percent of children were overweight vs. 33% today?
•    Or that food allergies in children have increased 18% since 1997.
•    And that 45% of children need orthodontic care to fix a functional problem
(like an overbite or under bite or crooked teeth) that can affect long term breathing and health issues?

Would you like to know how to prevent or heal these ailments for your children now?

I know that you wouldn’t want your child to suffer for another minute if you could help it.

But with these statistics, it’s obvious that people don’t have the right information or haven’t been proactive about their children’s health.


While the Internet has provided all of us with a wealth of information, it can be time consuming and confusing to try to figure out what information is current and accurate for your child.

Even as a doctor, I’ve found that different disciplines can have conflicting information.

That’s why I’ve done the research to gather experts who can offer coherent, up-to-date, leading edge solutions when it comes to your child’s health.

And it’s so important to listen to as many of the calls as you can, even if your child isn’t demonstrating unwanted symptoms because the interviews are aimed at preventing children from developing health problems later on in life.

Child Experts Featured on the Series

Joy Moeller

Thumb sucking and other poor facial habits that can harm you child in the long run.

Did you know that improper oral posture can cause such long term health issues as learning disabilities, digestive, sleep and breathing disorders? If your child has any of the following symptoms, ADD, migraines, TMJ pain, acid reflux, and even ear infections, you will want to be on this call.

In this interview with Myofunctional Therapist, Joy Moeller, you’ll:

  • Discover what abnormal breathing and swallowing patterns are as well as what are abnormal orofacial rest posture issues.
  • Learn what it takes for a child to have a proper swallow
  • 1 simple technique to prevent your child from developing bad oral posture habits
Ann Cooper

Ann Cooper

Lunch Lessons – Changing the Way we Feed Our Children

Chef Ann Cooper is a celebrated author, chef, educator, and enduring advocate for better food for all children. In a nation where children are born with shorter estimated life expectancies than their parents because of diet-related illness, Ann is a relentless voice of reform by focusing on the links between food, family, farming and children’s health and wellness. On this call you’ll discover:

  • The Hidden Dangers in the Foods We Eat and What You Can Do About it
  • Easy kid friendly recipes that you can make at home
  • What exactly constitutes a nutritious meal
Patrick McKeown

Patrick McKeown

Asthma Free Naturally – How Your Child Can Breath Without the Use of Medication

Asthmatics often have bad everyday breathing habits such as upper chest breathing, mouth breathing, audible breathing during rest, regular sighs and sniffing. Breathing in this manner can cause airways to cool and dehydrate resulting in airway hypersensitivity and inflammation. This contributes to a feeling of chest tightness, wheezing, coughing, frequent colds or chest infections. Patrick McKeown was a chronic asthmatic for over twenty years until he learned a physician developed approach known as the Buteyko Method. Following the improvement to his health, he trained under the late Dr Buteyko in 2002, and commenced Asthma Care Ireland workshops. His books include the best sellers: ‘Close Your Mouth’ and ’Asthma Free naturally’. During this one hour workshop, Patrick provides practical exercises to help stop coughing, wheezing, chest tightness and frequent colds.

On this call you’ll learn:

  • Common breathing habits of children and adults with asthma
  • How these habits negatively affect asthma
  • Measure your relative breathing volume
  • The importance of nasal breathing for asthma
  • How to unblock the nose by holding the breath
  • Best sleeping habits
  • How to stop coughing and wheezing

Gill Rapley

Baby-led Weaning (BLW) helps you avoid battles with your child over food and may prevent a variety of health problems

Did you know that babies who feed themselves with finger foods from the start of weaning are likely to eat more healthily and have a better relationship with food than those who are spoon fed purees? Babies really do know best. In this interview with expert Gill Rapley, discover:

  • Why baby-led weaning makes sense
  • Why this approach is both safe and healthy
  • The top do’s and don’ts for baby-led weaning
  • The long-term benefits of baby-led weaning for you and your child
Steven Park

Dr. Steven Park

How a frequently missed sleep disorder can cause ADHD, poor IQ and failure to thrive in children

Did you know that pediatric sleep apnea affects an estimated 25 percent of children in the US? It typically occurs between ages 2 and 8, though it is quite under diagnosed. It can manifest as restlessness, bed wetting, snoring, tiredness, mouthbreathing, ADHD and a myriad of other symptoms. Children who grow up with untreated, chronic sleep apnea are more likely to have learning disabilities, behavioral problems and metabolic problems.
On this call with Sleep expert Dr. Steven Park discover:

  • How to know if your child may have sleep apnea
  • The most effective way to end snoring
  • 5 tips for children to breathe easier

Dr. Rachel Abrams

Food Allergies and a Healthy Gut

There has been a rapid increase in food allergies among children in the last 20 years, with sometimes significant consequences for kids. Food allergies can be life threatening, but more commonly, cause digestive symptoms and worsen conditions, such as asthma and eczema. What most parents don’t realize is that food allergies and food sensitivities are preventable and treatable. Limiting (and recovering from) antibiotic exposure and helping create a healthy gut environment is key to preventing the development of food allergies and encouraging a healthy immune system.

With both a Medical Degree from the University of California-San Francisco and a Master’s Degree in Holistic Health and Medical Sciences from the University of California-Berkeley, Dr. Rachel Abrams has spent the last seven years exploring the important connections between health and vitality, relationships, lifestyle choices, work and environment with families.

On this call find out:

  • How to diagnose and treat food allergies and sensitivities
  • How to create or restore a healthy gut environment
  • How to set your child up for a lifetime of healthy immune function
Dr. Laura Markham

Dr. Laura Markham

How to Get Kids Cooperating without Threats, Bribes or Consequences

Dr. Laura Markham is a clinical psychologist turned parenting coach and author who promotes a relationship-based model of parenting. Dr. Laura’s book Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How to Stop Yelling and Start Connecting supports parents to manage their own emotions, both to deal mindfully with a distressed child and to teach the child successful emotional regulation by modeling.

Dr. Laura serves as an expert for Mothering.com, Pregnancy.org and several other web sites. She has appeared on the Joy Behar Show, the Fox Morning Show, CNN, and dozens of radio shows, and been quoted in hundreds of parenting magazines and website interviews.

On this call you learn:

  • What the last thirty years of research tell us about the kind of discipline that helps kids turn out great
  • Why kids misbehave — and how to help them WANT to behave
  • How to set effective limits — and when it’s ok to “give in”
  • Why your relationship with your child is the most important factor in effective discipline
  • How to use play to get better behavior from your child
Dr. Ariana Ebrahimian

Dr. Ariana Ebrahimian

The Benefits Of A Beautiful Face: how your child’s facial growth and development can affect her health and self esteem for a lifetime.

Witnessing first-hand her sister’s journey with obstructive sleep apnea, it is Dr. Ariana Ebrahimian’s passion to prevent these problems in children using a unique approach to orthodontics. She first discovered her joy of working with children while serving as a volunteer at an inner city elementary school in Sacramento, CA and has followed in her father’s footsteps by joining him in private dentistry practice in Scotts Valley, CA.

On this call you will learn:

  • How common oral habits derail Mother Nature’s genetic plan
  • The long term health risks of a weak facial profile
  • Why crooked and crowded teeth are just a symptom of a larger problem and why fixing it NOW can potentially save hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical expenses later on
  • An easy, reliable way to predict whether your child’s face is developing properly before it’s too late

We’ve created 2 ways for you to access our content

The SILVER PACKAGE includes all of the interviews as mp3 downloads.
This package is for you if

•    You weren’t able to make the live event.
•    You like listening while you are commuting, exercising or doing other time consuming tasks.

The GOLD PACKAGE includes all of the interviews as mp3 downloads and transcripts as well.
This package is for you if:

•    You’d like to do a key word search for a specific topic
•    You like reading the material and skimming
•    You want to quickly return to a particular tip or topic that you want to remember.

Imagine the relief you’ll feel to know that you are preventing your child from having a whole host of health issues that are becoming more and more common in this country.


•    Getting the most current information on children’s health solutions
that can save you heartache, energy, and money in the long run
•    Making the most of  your time.
Having this information at your fingertips.
•    Nipping potential problems in the bud and being proactive about your child’s health.
•    Not repeating the mistakes of former generations.
•    Keeping up to speed with the solutions to current epidemics.
•    The convenience of being able to listen whenever and wherever you are, whether you have internet access or not.

Imagine feeling the relief and knowing that you’ve done everything you can to ensure that your child is healthy, happy, filled with confidence and self-esteem.


Dr. Ariana Ebrahimian
The Healthy Child Show Host