A whole food, plant-based diet built on a variety of whole grains, beans, vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds is not only safe for kids, it gives them the best foundation for lifelong health.

 
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THE LIFESTYLE WE BUILD FOR OURSELVES AND OUR FAMILIES LARGELY DETERMINES OUR HEALTH AND HAPPINESS.

 
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What our kids eat, what goes on the family table – that's up to us. Parents and caregivers have an amazing opportunity to not only take charge of their kids' health but teach them taste, culture and a love of healthy food that will benefit them for a lifetime. 

I'm Dr. Jackie Busse, a board-certified pediatrician with expertise in evidence-based lifestyle and preventative medicine. I focus on the power of whole-food, plant-based nutrition to prevent and reverse disease.

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Children raised on a whole food, plant-based diet not only enjoy normal growth and development, they benefit from lower rates of:

  • atopic diseases: asthma, allergies, eczema

  • constipation

  • obesity

  • diabetes

  • upper respiratory infections such as sinus and ear infections

  • migraines

  • acne

  • early heart disease and high blood pressure

  • mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and poor attention

  • lifetime cancer risk

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A plant-based diet easily provides infants and children with all the energy and nutrients they need to grow and thrive.
 

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