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411: Kids, Teens, and Mental Health: What Every Parent/Practitioner Should Know about Their Child’s Gut-Brain Connection with Integrative Pediatrician Dr. Elisa Song, MD

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Contenu fourni par True Native Media and Dr. Sarah LoBisco. Tout le contenu du podcast, y compris les épisodes, les graphiques et les descriptions de podcast, est téléchargé et fourni directement par True Native Media and Dr. Sarah LoBisco ou son partenaire de plateforme de podcast. Si vous pensez que quelqu'un utilise votre œuvre protégée sans votre autorisation, vous pouvez suivre le processus décrit ici https://fr.player.fm/legal.

What You’ll Learn:

  • The current, concerning statistics of our kid’s state of health (1 min)
  • Dr. Song’s bio (2 min)
  • An overview of Dr. Song’s new book (6 min)
  • How the gut-brain link and microbiome are related to children’s mental health issues (7 min)
  • What are psychobiotics and how that relates to the gut-brain link (9.50 min)
  • What is the difference between microbiota and the microbiome (11.30 min)
  • Why the microbiome is the hub for better mental health and solving chronic health problems (16 min)
  • How antibiotics can have a long-term impact on kids’ health due to microbial disruption (17 min)
  • What is the single, most immediate microbial mischief maker and why (19 min)
  • Symptoms that are outside of the gut that are really gut-centric (22 min)
  • Some common, daily microbiome disruptors in our world (23 min)
  • How reading food labels can be a powerful tool to help our kids physical and mental health (26 min)
  • The most significant disruptor to our kids’ microbiomes (29.30 min)
  • The vicious cycle of mental health issues and stress related to the gut-brain link (30 min)
  • The important question to ask your doctor to determine if your child needs an antibiotic (32 min)
  • How to restore your child’s microbiome if an antibiotic is needed (36 min)
  • Should you take probiotics with antibiotics? (37 min)
  • Why managing the stress response is the “best medicine” for a healthy gut-brain link and microbiome (41 min)
  • Why we need to do “Vagus Nerve Work” (43 min)
  • Some essential oils for supporting the vagus nerve and a healthy microbiome (47.30 min)
  • A deep breathing exercise that is convenient and can engage the vagus nerve (50 min)
  • A DIY hack on how kids can use essential oils in school (52 min)
  • How essential oils support the microbiome and overall health (53 min)
  • What essential oil eradicated pathogens, enhanced microbiome diversity, and healed leaky gut in an animal study (54 min)
  • How supporting the gut-brain may help with anxiety and other emotional issues (55 min)
  • The three other “microbiome magic” ingredients for kids and adults (59 min)
  • Closing thoughts (1.03 min)

Bio of Dr. Elisa Song, MD

Dr. Elisa Song, MD is an internationally acclaimed Stanford-, NYU-, UCSF-trained integrative pediatrician, brilliant pediatric functional medicine expert, formulator, lecturer, educator, children’s health advocate, and author. She earned a master’s degree in public policy from UC Berkeley, is board-certified in pediatrics and holistic medicine, and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Song has also been trained in the Defeat Autism Now! biomedical approach to autism and has additional expertise in functional medicine/holistic nutrition, homeopathy & homeopathic detoxification, acupuncture, herbal medicine, essential oils, and flower essences.

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What You’ll Learn:

  • The current, concerning statistics of our kid’s state of health (1 min)
  • Dr. Song’s bio (2 min)
  • An overview of Dr. Song’s new book (6 min)
  • How the gut-brain link and microbiome are related to children’s mental health issues (7 min)
  • What are psychobiotics and how that relates to the gut-brain link (9.50 min)
  • What is the difference between microbiota and the microbiome (11.30 min)
  • Why the microbiome is the hub for better mental health and solving chronic health problems (16 min)
  • How antibiotics can have a long-term impact on kids’ health due to microbial disruption (17 min)
  • What is the single, most immediate microbial mischief maker and why (19 min)
  • Symptoms that are outside of the gut that are really gut-centric (22 min)
  • Some common, daily microbiome disruptors in our world (23 min)
  • How reading food labels can be a powerful tool to help our kids physical and mental health (26 min)
  • The most significant disruptor to our kids’ microbiomes (29.30 min)
  • The vicious cycle of mental health issues and stress related to the gut-brain link (30 min)
  • The important question to ask your doctor to determine if your child needs an antibiotic (32 min)
  • How to restore your child’s microbiome if an antibiotic is needed (36 min)
  • Should you take probiotics with antibiotics? (37 min)
  • Why managing the stress response is the “best medicine” for a healthy gut-brain link and microbiome (41 min)
  • Why we need to do “Vagus Nerve Work” (43 min)
  • Some essential oils for supporting the vagus nerve and a healthy microbiome (47.30 min)
  • A deep breathing exercise that is convenient and can engage the vagus nerve (50 min)
  • A DIY hack on how kids can use essential oils in school (52 min)
  • How essential oils support the microbiome and overall health (53 min)
  • What essential oil eradicated pathogens, enhanced microbiome diversity, and healed leaky gut in an animal study (54 min)
  • How supporting the gut-brain may help with anxiety and other emotional issues (55 min)
  • The three other “microbiome magic” ingredients for kids and adults (59 min)
  • Closing thoughts (1.03 min)

Bio of Dr. Elisa Song, MD

Dr. Elisa Song, MD is an internationally acclaimed Stanford-, NYU-, UCSF-trained integrative pediatrician, brilliant pediatric functional medicine expert, formulator, lecturer, educator, children’s health advocate, and author. She earned a master’s degree in public policy from UC Berkeley, is board-certified in pediatrics and holistic medicine, and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Song has also been trained in the Defeat Autism Now! biomedical approach to autism and has additional expertise in functional medicine/holistic nutrition, homeopathy & homeopathic detoxification, acupuncture, herbal medicine, essential oils, and flower essences.

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