How to Keep Your Child Healthy

Have you wondered what all the buzz is about “homeoprophylaxis?”  What are parents doing when they talk about HP as a way to educate their children’s developing immune systems?  Is there an alternative to exposing your child to the chemicals, preservatives and foreign tissue that are part of conventional vaccines?healthy children

Now you can learn the answers to these questions, and more, directly from the authors of “The Solution: Homeoprophylaxis – The Vaccine Alternative.” Kate Birch and Cilla Whatcott are classically trained homeopaths, teachers and mothers who wanted to provide a better way to keep children thriving. In their respective practices they have witnessed countless children who are immunologically atypical. And how does this look?

“We see children suffering who have chronic ear infections, stubborn respiratory symptoms, repeated fevers of unknown origin or worse – developmental delays or terrifying diagnoses of autism spectrum disorders. And we empathize with parents who are fearful, questioning and confused about conflicting information and pressure from others.”

The principles of homeopathic medicine can address these and even better, place the responsibility back into parent’s hands for making wise choices for growing children.

“Homeoprophylaxis: A Vaccine Alternative” can now be heard right in your own home!
Cilla and Kate’s popular 2.5 hour public lecture has been well received in Europe, Canada and throughout the U.S. by parents, students and health practitioners. Learn
about how the immune system develops and how HP supports healthy maturation. Click on http:// to learn more.

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