Selma Blair & Arthur: Get REAL For Kids

Selma Blair & Arthur: Get REAL For Kids

Actress Selma Blair fronts a new parenting campaign called get REAL for kids. The Kath & Kim star poses with 6-month-old son Arthur Saint in ads for the drive designed to change the way parents feed their children, treat children’s illnesses, and parent.

As a mom I want the very best for my son Saint and get REAL for kids makes it easy with practical advice on how and why we should feed our children local organic foods, heal our kids from the inside out, and parent in a way that allows them to thrive,” said the 39-year-old new mom.


Selma added: “Celebrity moms have a wonderful opportunity to set an example for how to get REAL for kids. I hope other celebrity parents will join me in sharing and supporting this wonderful resource and get REAL with their own children.”

The announcement launches get REAL for Kids, a non-profit organization created by nourishMD founders holistic pediatrician Dr. Sue McCreadie, MD, and holistic health and parenting coach Angelle Batten, MEd.

“Our children are bombarded with fake food choices everywhere – at school, at church, even at the bank. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to navigate our children to health and happiness when they are consuming ingredients that will increase their chances of becoming obese, diabetic, or developing cancer or other diseases someday,” said Batten.

She added: “We know that just a few small changes can transform your child’s health and happiness. Our goal at get REAL for kids is to turn millions of children around to health and happiness so they can live their best life and, in turn, make the world a better place for everyone.”

“It’s heartbreaking to see so many children on daily medications these days – for allergies, for attention issues, for mood problems, for high cholesterol and diabetes, or just to go to sleep and stay asleep,” said Dr. McCreadie. “Clearly, we must be missing the BIG picture for so many children to be dependent on daily medications to function. get REAL for kids™ has some powerful tools that can help and with the launch of our new website we have an exciting new way to share them.”

For more information, go to get REAL for kids.

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  1. Jem

    gorgeous photos.. look at those piercing blue eyes! loved her since cruel intentions ;-)

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  2. Rachel

    AMEN, SELMA!!! love love love this!!

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  3. Anonymous

    Now that’s what you call a beautiful child.

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  4. Anonymous

    Handsome boy! Wonderful movement. Be sure to checkout their website and listen to Selma’s awesome interview! Such an adorable family. I love Selma’s views on parenting and nutrition.

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  5. Annie123

    I didn’t know Selma calls her son by his second name Saint. It sounds very pretentious to me, like calling your kid Genius or something.

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  6. Arabella

    Arthur is adorable

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  7. F.A.J

    Wow Arthur is one adorable and gorgeous baby. His eyes are just WOW! ^_^

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  8. Abby

    Why do you choose to refer to her son as Arthur when she very clearly and obviously refers to him as Saint?

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  9. Abby

    And as a woman who went on record telling parents NOT to give their kids outrageous names, Saint is pretty dang presumptuous, in my opinion. Not that I’m against ‘weird’ baby names, but she should pick a side and stay on it.

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  10. Anon

    Maybe Sin Halo and Saint should get together for a playdate? Compare notes? Honor and Haven and Heaven Rain call all come too…

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  11. ZaraB

    Gorgeous baby! I guess it would have been weird if she’d named him Saint Arthur, rather than Arthur Saint…

    Great to see Selma Blair getting behind such an important cause. It’s horrifying to see the kinds of ‘food’ that so many kids are being fed these days, especially in America… Hopefully lots of parents will follow her lead.

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