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Author: Chelsea Thiede

Hi! I'm Chelsea Thiede, MS. I am a Christian, wife, mom, step-mom, runner, foodie, food scientist, and nutritional therapy practitioner. I'm a true believer in "Food is medicine." and want to help others find ways to nourish their families through real food. I am a food-scientist, nutrition therapy practitioner, and training integrative nutritionist. My passion for children’s health comes from my most important job title, mom. I am the founder of the holistic ADHD program, Fed and Focused, and authored the E-book “A Recipe for a Healthy Baby.” I share kid-approved recipes on my blog and youtube channel that help provide nutrient dense food for optimal development. I empathize with parents struggling with kids suffering with ADHD and wants to help parents see their kids succeed. We all want more time for connecting instead of correcting our kids!
Interview on The Elijah Winfrey Show

Interview on The Elijah Winfrey Show

Check out this fun interview with Eli and Toni! We chat about: Why I started Fed and Focused How to use hair mineral analysis testing to help kids overcome their struggles Key mineral imbalances seen in behavior disorders The Benefits of Near Infrared Light 2 fundamental action steps to start right now with your kids to help them get healthier

Making Alzheimer’s Disease a Distant Memory

Making Alzheimer’s Disease a Distant Memory

In this paper, I will analyze and discuss the current research on Alzheimer’s disease. I personally find any research on brain health fascinating because I work with children to reverse ADHD, OCD, Tourette’s, autism, and sensory issues. I find that the brain can manifest several different symptoms. I see how the same common treatments can reverse main brain disorders. Also, my grandfather died of Alzheimer’s disease. I did not get to know him very well, but I remember seeing him…

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My Son Overcome Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Naturally

My Son Overcome Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Naturally

I remember watching my son, Noah, standing paralyzed and sobbing at the start of the kids fun run after the starting gun went off and every other kids took off. The sound frightened him so much that I carried him back to the car, skipping my race, as we waited for my husband and step-daughter to finish their mile runs at the Meridian Mile. I felt really helpless and heartbroken that my son was so scared. At something that was…

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Pumpkin Cupcakes

Pumpkin Cupcakes

INGREDIENTS15 oz Pumpkin Puree3/4 cup Coconut Sugar2 Eggs (or 1 banana or equivalent of sweet potato)1 tsp Vanilla3/4 cup Coconut Cream with 2 TBSP of maple syrup2/3 cup Cassava flour2 tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice1/4 tsp Salt1/4 tsp Baking Powder1/4 tsp Baking Soda Whipped Cream  1½ cup whipping cream  1 vanilla bean  2 tbsp maple syrup Preheat oven to 350 F. Lightly grease cupcake pan or add cupcake liners to pan. Whisk together flour, pumpkin spice, salt, baking powder, and baking soda. Mix together…

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The Fed and Focused Program

The Fed and Focused Program

This program is a labor of love for me. I built this program for you, the frustrated parent struggling with your child’s behavior issues, lack of focus, and school incidents. Trust me, I see you, and I want you to know you are NOT ALONE. If you are a determined parent looking for natural solutions, I would love to work with you! I promise you there is nothing out there like it. I had to build it myself when I…

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Steak and Cheese Melts on Sprouted Bread

Steak and Cheese Melts on Sprouted Bread

Need another quick, healthy kid lunch idea? Here’s another one I threw together that was inspired by the hot lunch option of the day, which was English muffin pizzas. Noah’s lunch today was steak and grass-fed cheese melts on some Angelic Bakehouse sprouted hamburger buns. These buns make great options for making mini pizzas or melts for quick healthy lunches. Ingredients grass-fed cheddar cheese Ribeye steak Angelic sprouted hamburger bun Directions Cut steak into small pieces Cut bun in half…

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