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So many families are trying to navigate the waters of ADHD/ADD, and most are drowning in too much information.  Today I am joined by Kathyrn Trudeau, a mother who knows firsthand how to maneuver through these turbulent waters.  Our conversation is chock full of alternative solutions; from the importance of diet, gut health, and playtime. So, sit back grab a cup of tea or a glass of wine and enjoy the show.



I apologize for the crazy sound quality on my end at times. My new mic and I are having a feud(he’s winning) But as I always say we keep it real at Waldorf Salad & Cottage Fries. We will continue to improve; our hope is to provide our followers with top quality audio & content 🙂

“Cor Domum” means the heart of the home, and we believe that the family is the heart of every home. Inspired by organic living practices and the principles of Attachment Parenting, it is our mission to guide families through life so that they can parent with joy.

The mission of Cor Domum is to help you live your best life, we have two different podcasts to help focus on specific issues. Find out more about here.


If you’re interested in attending Kathyrn’s upcoming webinar The Secret to Raising Healthy Children, you can register here.  To find out more about the amazing probiotics that Kathyrn mentioned she uses with her kiddos click here.


Kathryn is a self-proclaimed book nerd who has a passion for natural parenting and writing. As a homeschooling mother of two, Kathryn understands the dynamics of a busy family life. She is the founder of the Cor Domum project, a mission that guides families through life so that they can parent with joy. To learn more about Kathryn and all the incredible work she is doing head over to her website at Katie Trudeau.


This conversation is part of our Take Back Your Health Series:

How Not Settling Improves Our Health An Interview With Lisa Marie Pepe

It’s Time To Take Back Your Health: An Interview W/Beverley Golden

The information on this website is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.




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12 thoughts on “Navigating ADHD an Interview Kathryn Trudeau

  1. Such a great post. I don’t personally deal with ADD issues in my family but I know others who do and there seriously needs to be more information. The labeling itself can cause problems as well as the rush to medicate. Thanks for sharing this.

    Posted on 06/03/2017 at 3:26 pm
    1. Hi Heidi!

      Thanks your comment. I agree with you – rushing to medicate can complicate matters tremendously!

      Posted on 06/05/2017 at 2:50 pm
  2. Thank you for spreading awareness and resources about this. Enjoyed hearing.


    Posted on 06/03/2017 at 4:06 pm
    1. Thanks Stefanie!

      Posted on 06/05/2017 at 2:51 pm
  3. One of my sisters has a child who suffers from ADHD so I found this very insightful. I have passed this on to her too, thanks for sharing

    Posted on 06/03/2017 at 4:49 pm
  4. This can be tough. My son has autism/adhd and it can be difficult. Medication has helped my son a lot, but I have to deal with jerks who say I shouldn’t medicate him.

    Posted on 06/03/2017 at 8:00 pm
    1. Hi Amber,

      This can be a very tough situation, especially when multiple diagnosis are included. I’m happy to hear that you have found something that helps your son!

      Posted on 06/05/2017 at 2:53 pm
  5. Great article. I have a friend who changed her child diet and that help tremendously with ADHD

    Posted on 06/03/2017 at 8:04 pm
    1. That is awesome to hear! Diet plays a huge role in so many aspects of our lives!

      Posted on 06/05/2017 at 2:53 pm
  6. Thank you for doing this very informative interview. I have a cousin who has ADHD. I’ll have her mom listen to this.

    Posted on 06/03/2017 at 11:31 pm
  7. When I was young, one of my best friends had ADHD. It wasn’t what I thought it was based on popular media, at all. This is a really great post!

    Posted on 06/05/2017 at 12:10 am
  8. I was misdiagnosed with ADD in high school and the battle to find drugs to treat the disorder (that I did not have) gave me a lot of insight into the difficulties faced by those who do have it. It’s wonderful to know there are alternative treatments from the harsh drugs I felt subjected to. Great post.

    Posted on 06/05/2017 at 4:56 am