Line One: How childhood nutrition affects chronic illness

Students in Noatak eat breakfast at school before class. (Hillman/Alaska Public Media)

Childhood chronic illness affects 40% of school-aged children and adolescents. Nutrition, movement, environmental toxins and genetics play a role in this progression. Equally important is the role of nutrition, gut health and lifestyle interventions in preventing undesired gene expression and managing the prevention of chronic illness and behavior problems in our children.

Listen here:

HOST: Dr. Jillian Woodruff

GUESTS:

  • Ashley Koch, Functional Medicine Nutritionist, BioLounge in Portland, OR

LINKS & RESOURCES:

  • Ashley Koch Nutrition: ashleyknutrition.com
  • Empowering people to make lifestyle choices to build their immunity bigboldhealth.com
  • Dr. Nicole Beurkens’s podcast: She is a psychologist and nutritionist that explains the cause and effect between children’s lifestyles and their behavior drbeurkens.com
  • Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family: How to Eat, How to Raise Good Eaters, How To Cook ellynsatterinstitute.org

PARTICIPATE:

Call 550-8433 (Anchorage) or 1-888-353-5752 (statewide) during the live broadcast (10–11 a.m.).

Send an email to lineone@alaskapublic.org before, during or after the live broadcast (e-mails may be read on air).

LIVE BROADCAST: Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022, at 10 a.m. AKDT
REPEAT BROADCAST: Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022, at 8 p.m. AKDT

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Adelyn Baxter is Alaska Public Media's program producer. Reach her at abaxter@alaskapublic.org.

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