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Eating on the Road
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July 13, 2016
EcoParent

As a parent and naturopathic doctor, I am always conscious of what goes into my child’s mouth. It can be tricky to balance busy schedules, picky tastes, health, budget, environmental consciousness, and more. On top of all this – which is already more than enough! – we are bombarded with continuously evolving nutritional information. Most of the time I find a way through the haze, although it is always a work in progress. That being said, when do things get most interesting? When we are out of our natural habitat: when we are traveling.


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