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The Food Cure for Kids: A Nutritional Approach to Your Child's Wellness Paperback – Bargain Price, October 5, 2010
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It’s a frustrating treadmill: taking your child to the doctor for yet another ear infection, respiratory issue, tummy ache, or rash that can affect growth, susceptibility to infection, school performance, and energy levels, and being prescribed one treatment after another—only to be back a month later. The Food Cure for Kids shows you how to minimize such ailments and symptoms by making minor changes to your child’s nutrition that have a real and lasting impact.
Instead of prescribing elaborate dietary restrictions, pediatrician Natalie Geary and nutritionist Oz Garcia explain in straightforward terms how a nutritional imbalance can dramatically affect your child’s health. They also highlight the difference between allergies and dietary intolerance. With this book in hand, you will better understand your child’s immune system, making it possible to track symptoms accurately and take the right steps to improve his or her health.
ear infections • bronchitis • stomachaches • skin rashes • low energy/moodiness
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Super interesting book. I like that it's built in fact and not subjective.Published 6 months ago by T. Cottrell
I work in a day school and this book has helped me to manage all my little finicky eaters as well as talk to parents!Published 15 months ago by Danielle Pashko
Heaps of information to be learned in this book. I love learning about anything that can give you a better feeling of life.Published on January 8, 2014 by MichelleSV
my daughter loved this book and it was in perfect condition great seller - it's great to have a second approach to help with little cures for bee stings, etc.Published on October 25, 2013 by Julie Robinson
I did not read this book for myself. It was a gift to my two daughters-in-law for their children. They both said they found it very helpful and found things to change in their kids... Read morePublished on October 10, 2013 by Joyce C. Crawford
The organization of the book is a difficult to navigate. I suggest more of a reference layout for future books.Published on September 23, 2013 by Marian Gardner