Review of: What’s eating your Child?

Have you reached the end of your rope when it comes to your family’s health and their doctors?

Are you searching for answers long after you’ve been told there’s nothing they can do?

Is medication not a desirable option for your rambunctious child?

Then you will definitely want to pick up this book

What’s Eating Your Child?: The Hidden Connections Between Food and Childhood Ailments:. . .

Written in an easy to understand language that doesn’t have you reaching for the dictionary every other page, this book is filled with practical nutritional information that will leave you wondering, “Why didn’t I think of that?!?”  Reviewing the advice in this book with a medical professional is always recommended prior to making any major changes.

With so much of our daily lives filling up with work, sports and social obligations many of today’s families are reaching more and more for pre-packaged processed foods.  Drive-thru’s are no better.  Taking a nutritional inventory of your family’s diet could shed some light on many recurring problems and behaviors.

As a parent of four very different kids I’ve found this book to be useful on a daily basis.  Changing the nutritional make up of any family’s diet is not an overnight process; time and care must be taken to protect yourself against rebellion!  Seriously.  Teenagers will think nothing of going out and choosing sugar/sodium filled foods with their friends if you don’t take the time to teach them how to properly feed and care for their bodies.

I recommend this book to any family seeking a safe alternative to most medications.  You can purchase the book and read other reviews by clicking the picture or link above.



Posted on November 13, 2011, in Life & Home, Nutrition and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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