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Baby Greens: A Live-Food Approach for Children of All Ages Paperback – October 7, 2005
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Everything tastes better with bacon. Now you can enjoy that salty, smoky, crispy yum made with healthy plant-based ingredients. It’s all in the seasonings, and these easy-to-make recipes are loaded with decadently delicious bacony flavor. Not only that, but these tasty plant-based bacons are low in fat and cholesterol-free. Learn more | See related books
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—From the foreword by Gabriel Cousens, M.D., director of the Tree of Life Foundation and Rejuvenation Center in AZ and the author of Rainbow Green Live-Food Cuisine, Conscious Eating, and Spiritual Nutrition
"Whether or not you are a parent, there is plenty to learn in this raw foods primer."
“I loved [Baby Greens]. What an inspiring book and perfect resource.”
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Part one of Baby Greens is a collection of essays on health and bioenergetic nutrition written by Michael Chrisemer, N.C. Chrisemer's essays are readable and educational. He covers a variety of topics ranging from enzymes, toxins, sea vegetables, vitamins, and water to breastfeeding. Each essay is short and to the point. They are packed with information that will inspire the reader to explore each topic more in-depth. I was fascinated to learn about the homeopathic qualities of sea vegetables. I was likewise pleased to read that Chrisemer makes correlations between breastfeeding behavior and later eating habits. His bits of wisdom make perfect sense to me. In his essay "Putting it All Together," Chrisemer discusses children and their need for autonomy. He shares an anecdote about a pudding pie he craved after seeing a TV commercial. Instead of denying him the experience of the pie, his mother bought it for him. He found the pie to be much different from his expectations and he never asked for another. Had his mother denied him that experience, he might have missed out on an important opportunity for growth.
Part two of Baby Greens is all about food recipes and activities. This is where the book really shines.Read more ›
I owe many raw food books and have been using them for 3 years now. That said, I really enjoyed this one!
My husband and I are 80%+ raw and its a bit more challenging with our 4 year old. With this book- the great recipies I try- she loves and its easier to transition her to being mostly on living foods!
YES I do recommend it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book provides a great deal of important information concerning the health and upbringing of children. Read morePublished on January 20, 2014 by G. Bowman
Although a lot of the information in this book is common knowledge for raw foodists, it puts a lot of concepts into easily accessible essays.Published on May 6, 2013 by Dara Zad
If you are like me and would like to feed your baby more raw, living foods then his book is a wonderful place to start gathering information and confidence for your journey. Read morePublished on May 8, 2011 by A. Dunham
A book that I've read twice myself, and referenced quite a bit during pregnancy and for all three of my children at different stages. Read morePublished on December 22, 2010 by Gina M Law
This book is okay, and probably good for someone new to raw foods and having babies and young children. Read morePublished on September 12, 2009 by Stacey Voss