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Super Nutrition for Babies: The Right Way to Feed Your Baby for Optimal Health Paperback – March 1, 2012
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"Figuring I wasn't going to experience a spiritual revelation about the sanctity of family dinners at this late stage, I dropped the conversion-narrative books in favor of some that sound like brass-tacks science. "Super Nutrition for Babies: The Right Way to Feed Your Baby for Optimal Health," by Katherine Erlich, M.D., and Kelly Genzlinger, C.N.C., C.M.T.A., with a foreword by David Brownstein, M.D., author of "Overcoming Thyroid Disorders," seemed with all those enigmatic letters to fit the bill." - New York Times
About the Author
David Brownstein, M.D., is a board certified family practitioner and medical director of the Center for Holistic Medicine (West Bloomfield, Michigan). He is the author of ten books, including Iodine: Why You Need It, Why You Can't Live Without It and Overcoming Thyroid Disorders. Visit him online at http://www.drbrownstein.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
This book fits the bill as a book I am eager to share with others, yet I also learned a lot myself. It is easy to read, yet still packed with helpful information.
This book offers so much that Nourishing Traditions just doesn't. It is laid out in an easy to read format, most of the information is broken down into digestible bites with side bars and snippets interspersed for interesting reading. I read it cider to cover in a few sittings over two days. Also the authors take care to realize some of their ideas may be completely foreign to most people: raw milk, soft cooked eggs, organ meats. Not the typical rice flakes and strained peas that comes to some people's minds when they think of feeding baby.Read more ›
The book it self is very easy to read and understand, with well laid out pages including graphs and guides. Quick reference guides for month to month guidelines of acceptable foods per age. It separates common foods into categories from CRAP foods, OKAY foods, PURE foods and POWER foods. Even includes recipes to help those who are new to cooking with real food. It also contains guidelines on how mommy should eat while pregnant and nursing.
Overall I am so happy that this book was written and I have a heart felt wish that all caregivers of children big and small should read this book. In an age of rampant chronic childhood illnesses our current methods of nourishing our children should be seriously reconsidered and the wisdom of our ancestors should once again be applied.
In addition to all this wonderful information, the authors have amassed an interesting collection of antique ads for canned baby food - not because they recommend canned baby food but because these ads all tout the benefits of animal foods like meat and liver for growing babies. Nowadays you can hardly find baby food meat in jars - it is all just vegetables and water. How would you feel if you were just fed vegetables and water? No wonder our babies are cranky and have trouble sleeping through the night!
The authors have worked hard to get all the details in line with the principles of traditional diets; this book is highly recommended for anyone with a baby, or planning to have a baby. A big Thumbs UP. (Review by Sally Fallon Morell)"
Very well recommended!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is amazing. I suggest everyone ever having a baby or just had a baby get this book. Study this book. Research this book. This is an amazing book!Published 9 days ago by Shauri
I got this book after reading it at a friend's house. Now I'm using the concepts with the feeding of our babe. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Genipher
The authors of this book take an equivocal stance on the merits of vaccination, and strongly imply that the risks may outweigh the benefits. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Chandler
Excellent book! The baby food industry used to be all about the protein and fat-rich foods babies need. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Fran M
Already following the NT baby book and this was a suggestion to have in congunction. It is a great resource when first starting solids.Published 5 months ago by Melissa Bernardi
This book is all about whole foods for baby. If you want to start baby on a whole food diet, this is the one book to buy. It has simple recipes that actually taste good.Published 5 months ago by SRUEDU