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Tea Time returns with all new episodes! Join Stephanie Locricchio, Sarah Kenoyer, Maureen McDonnell and more as they spill the tea about current events, open up important dialogue and have conversations that matter. Cozy up with a cup and tune in!
Hosts: Sarah Kenoyer, Maureen McDonnell, Amy Gordon, Zoey O'Toole, Stephanie Locricchio
*The opinions expressed by the hosts and guests in this show are not necessarily the views of Children’s Health Defense.
Stephanie Locricchio hosts a ‘Tea Time’ special episode for the holidays: Holiday Hacks with guests Maija Hahn, Leigh Merinoff and Rinat Strahlhofer. Learn their favorite meaningful gifts, healthier food substitutions and self care hacks to make your holiday a little brighter.
Ever feel like homeschooling just isn’t feasible for your family? ‘Tea Time’ host Sarah Kenoyer and her guest Autumn Kerr explain why alternative education is possible – with the right tools and mindset. Tune in to this week’s episode for the details!
If you're dealing with infertility, you're not alone. Tea Time returns today with Stephanie Locricchio, who herself has dealt with the trials of multiple miscarriages after receiving a flu shot. She opens up a tender conversation with mother of 2 adopted children, Rachel Williams, author Candy McVicar and Poppy Daniels, M.D. about emotions, experiences and the mental health toll of dealing with the loss of miscarriage, as well as the science behind infertility.
Is it time to begin rethinking school? This week, Connor Boyack addresses the transformation within the field of education that has taken place and the conventional school model. He shares his perspective on homeschooling and how parents can reimagine learning. Watch the interview on CHD.TV!
What’s the ‘Remedy’ to years of medical industry corruption? Charlene Bollinger and Aimee Villella McBride confront this question on ‘Tea Time’ this week, so be sure to tune in to the episode on CHD.TV!
Creativity, anxiety, excitement, reverence — what do all of these things have in common? On ‘Tea Time,’ this week, guest Tiffany Barsotti shares her perspective on “the sacred” and how it applies to health. This, and more, on CHD.TV!
This week, Lee Cowden, M.D., provides a straightforward explanation of Lyme Disease and how he treats patients for its symptoms. Watch ‘Tea Time’ with guest Dr. Cowden for information on detoxification, heavy metals, disease transmission, homeopathy, electromagnetic radiation and more!
“Illegal” military vaccine mandates — how did we get here? Colonel Tom Rempfer uncovers the history of government experimentation on our troops in this episode of ‘Good Morning CHD’ “The American people are being played and manipulated.” Find out more by tuning in!
Feeling overwhelmed about at-home education? These four moms, on today’s ‘Tea Time,’ have learned a lot from their homeschooling experiences. They share what has been successful in the journey of discovery. Watch the episode on CHD.TV!
What does it look like to live with intention? Join Maura McDonnell, Amy Gordon and Diane Divone on ‘Tea Time’ as they share their secrets to a healthy life, free of stress and full of joy.
Callie Blackwell continues the story of healing her son’s cancer, against all odds, using alternative treatment . She shares what worked in promoting bone health and fighting cancer cells that had overtaken his body, to the brink of death. Callie, and the hosts of ‘Tea Time’ cover the details on CHD.TV.
What might a neuroscientist have to contribute to the vaccine debate? Chris Shaw, Ph.D., not only has a considerable library of research on this topic but has his own book on the shelf. Today, he joins Zoey O’Toole on ‘Tea Time’ to break down the contents of this dense piece of literature, including on matters of aluminum adjuvants, the scientific method and more.
Don’t take it from us; hear it from the kids themselves: homeschooling works. Even though there can be challenges along the way, shifting to at-home education has made a positive impact on numerous families’ lives. In this episode of ‘Tea Time,’ host Sarah and her family discuss their academic journey — from participating in public education to learning how to be self-disciplined scholars. Watch on CHD.TV!
What does creativity in today’s society look like? How can tragedy in history be used to create art and tell stories in unique and meaningful ways? Watch this week’s episode of ‘Tea Time’ to listen to a group of women share their thoughts on this subject. This, and more, on CHD.TV!
Are you aware of the symptoms of sensitivities to wireless internet? Guests Odette Wilkens and Michele Hertz have witnessed reactions — insomnia, tinnitus, heart palpitations and more — from people in New York and beyond. It is important to, first, get educated on this subject of 5G, WiFi and Fiber Optics. Then, you will be better prepared to advocate for yourself, your family, strangers and future generations as more and more of these devices get implemented in the world around us.
The latest on diet and lifestyle with Dr. Mercola, in this episode of ‘Tea Time.’ Dr. Mercola shares what he has learned about fats and carbohydrates, exercise and sun exposure, answering questions about the relationship between skin cancer and nutrition, methods he uses for preventing inflammation and more. Watch the presentation on CHD.TV!
Cell towers are being constructed across the country, within an unsafe distance from schools and homes. For this week’s guests on ‘Tea Time,’ this issue is personal. The personal attack on their children has led them to education and action, but their efforts cannot stand alone. “If you don’t protect your children, that’s a major failure.” Tune in and get involved!
Some of the wisest people we know are those who have gone before us, experiencing life with its many pains and losses. The three ‘Tea Time’ ladies, this week, impart insight they have gathered over the years on what it means to grieve and be vulnerable in the midst of loss in both death and life. Watch the episode on CHD.TV!
Dr. Yiachos and Scott Kiley join the ‘Tea Time’ hosts, this week, to outline their successful efforts made in protecting human rights. The ordinance and resolution they passed with the county commission in Collier County Florida is one that works as an example for advocacy efforts across the country. What strategies were successful, and how were the WHO, patient rights and vaccine passports involved? Watch to find out!
In a world where being unhealthy is the norm, how can we shift the paradigm? Nutritionist and today’s guest, Julie Matthews, unscrambles the society-wide confusion on diet by sharing her perspective with viewers. Get a taste by partaking in this CHD.TV ‘Tea Time’ conversation!
Debunking pregnancy and birthing myths with Dr. Stu, today, on ‘Tea Time.’ Ever wonder why mothers are given Vitamin K shots, why some mothers delay cutting the cord and if natural, home births are safe? If so, be sure to tune in to this episode on CHD.TV!
Maureen and her two ‘Tea Time’ guests have lived through a lot. Today, they share their ‘Grandmother Wisdom’ on emotional and physical health, lifespan and vital longevity, grounding and more. Watch the conversation on CHD.TV!
“Don’t be a victim to Big Pharma” — a “miracle” story of a boy who was destined to die at the hands of the medical establishment yet overcame it with natural treatment. His mother, Callie, joins ‘Tea Time’ to tell the heartwarming narrative.
Polly Tommey, Bella Tommey and Nadera Garrity discuss home birth successes, midwives and doulas. Be sure to tune in if you or someone you love is expecting or planning to have a baby — don't miss it!
The story of Simone’s daughter is not uncommon. However, the success they found in recovery and treatment often remains untold. This week, Simone joins ‘Tea Time’ to detail the healing that her family undertook after her daughter’s diagnosis and struggle with autism. Listen in!
What really is fake meat? How have today’s mainstream diet recommendations been corrupted? Are there foods we can trust? Dr. Joseph Mercola gives his perspective on the state of our food supply in this week’s ‘Tea Time.’ Listen in to the conversation!
Is fat good for you? How is store-bought milk damaging our bodies? Should we be concerned about soy? Sally Fallon Morell and the hosts of ‘Tea Time’ deep-dive into the modern and ancient diets of communities across the globe. They speak to dietary recommendations and the profits behind food access. Don’t miss this crucial episode!
“People have to stand together and say no,” “Common is not normal” and more from the hosts of ‘Tea Time.’ Today, Polly, Sarah and Amanda have a serious yet encouraging chat about vaccine safety and efficacy, school choice, the Super Bowl and other current events. Be sure to tune in to hear from these three inspiring women on CHD.TV!
Surveillance and tracking closer than ever? Helping adults with autism? WHO push for more surveillance and vaccination? All of this and more in this week’s ‘Tea Time.’ This time, your hosts are Polly Tommey, Nadera Lopez-Garrity and Amanda Forbes. Tune in!
What is the relationship between gut health, vaccination, neurological function and food? James Neuenschwander, MD appears on ‘Tea Time’ to provide a perspective on the connection between these health topics. Hosts ask Dr. Neu various questions about medical decisions during pregnancy as well as important daily considerations for the average viewer. Be sure to watch on CHD.TV!
Don’t miss this must-watch interview with guests L. Todd Wood and Scott Street as they share the details behind Big Tech, social media censorship as well as how they and others are fighting back. What role do the courts play in protecting freedom of speech online? Watch this episode to find out!
Guests Paola Brown and Laura Held report on all things homeopathy on ‘Tea Time,’ this week. They explain safety, efficacy and risk, labeling and marketing, informing doctors and other related topics. Viewers, tune in to hear an in-depth conversation on this form of alternative medicine!
When Martha’s husband, John, received his diagnosis, she sought out to find natural, viable answers for his condition. As a result, she build a system of research and therapy that works for many individuals with chronic illness. Today, on ‘Tea Time,’ she shares her journey of discovery and how what she has learned can benefit viewers, like you. Be sure to watch!