How to Promote True Healing For Kids When They Are Battling

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The battle lines are drawn.

Sickness on one side.  Your child on the other.

The sickness hails itself as a return enemy.  It has reared its ugly head more than once and left your child defeated before.

The enemy takes on many faces…

  • chronic illness?
  • asthma & allergies?
  • skin rashes?
  • stomach discomfort?
  • recurrent ear infections?
  • a nasty flu bug?

How Do You Equip Your Kids To Battle Well?

The conventional medical approach would encourage a quick fix of the symptoms.  “Let’s help you manage this effectively and help your child feel better.”  So they throw medicine and creams at it and hope it goes away.  And for the time being, your child seems to do better.

But did it really go away?  Is your child’s immune system really stronger?  Or is it just an optical illusion?

The only way  true healing for kids can take place is when you fortify the body with the right nutrients and vitamins.  This is where the real battle is won–on the inside, at the very foundation of the sickness.

This type of healing is like handing your child a fully-armored horse and sword during the heat of the battle.  This is the only definitive way to wipe out sickness.

And the side benefit?  Your child’s body is actually stronger at the end of the fight.

Isn’t that what we all want for our kids?

If you are sick and tired of this cycle of sickness, seek alternative measures now. Contact us to discover a great starting place.


Bonnie Hershey currently serves as a business and nutrition coach with their business, Hershey Holistic Health. She holds an undergrad degree in education, and a certification in Practical Nutrition from the Northwest Academy of Practical Nutrition. She has over 20 years of leadership experience and enjoys encouraging others in their personal growth.


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