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Children have worse bowel problems than any other sector except for seniors. Our children ingest all the toxins that we do, plus all the treats and sweets, which create an imbalance to their delicate digestive tracts. The first step is to stop using our children as an excuse to bring home a truck load of junk. The second step is to do your research on antibiotics and what they can do to these delicate little digestive tracts. Antibiotics should only be considered in life-threatening situations because they can alter your child’s inner terrain in a very negative way. Antibiotics will wipe out your child’s good bacteria along with the bad, creating a compromised immune system in their digestive tract for years to come. The third step we must teach our children is that having bowel movements daily is as normal as breathing. They must be taught at an early age what a good bowel movement looks and feels like.
If your desire is to have happy, healthy children then proper bowel management is foundational for vital health and the prevention of disease in our little ones.
The most important questions you will ever ask your children are:
- How is your tummy?
- Did you have a bowel movement today?
- Did it come out easy or did it hurt?
- What did it look like?
We have been taught that poop and bowel movements are an embarrassing topic. This point of view is crippling our children’s health. We need to avoid passing on our old worn out beliefs that cause our children needless pain and suffering. These worn out Belief Systems may just turn them into zombies in the future when they try to medicate their pain away instead of being free of it. Teach your children to answer Nature’s Call, instead of ignoring it. This is Nature’s Way, the only way, or pay, pay, pay.
I can remember, as you may too, countless times of stomach pain and cramps throughout my childhood that scared the heck out of me. I remember being too scared to tell my parents because I thought I was dying and I didn’t want to worry them. All this needless pain and suffering could have been avoided if I had been properly informed that what comes out matters but what stays in matters even more. Dollars to donuts you were in the same situation that I was, when you were a kid.
Talk with your children, don’t let your children pile their poop up as we did. Teach them well and lighten their load on both emotional and physical levels. Open up to them so they open up to life. One poop at a time. It’s pooh tea time.
– Dr. Darrell Wolfe, Doc of Detox
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