Superimmunity for Kids provides a truly scientific guide to maximum health. Explains
to parents how to feed their children so they can stay healthy, maintain peak disease-fighting
capacity, and conquer illness most efficiently. Using optimum nutrition and selected
supplements, this unique program provides special recommendations for infants, toddlers,
school-age kids, and teens. Includes a delicious assortment of recipes, including
snacks, soups, breakfasts, and much, much more.
SUPERIMMUNITY FOR KIDS: What to Feed Your Children to Keep Them Healthy Now—and Prevent
Disease in the Future.
Leo Galland, MD. 315p. / 17.00
HERBAL REMEDIES for CHILDREN'S HEALTH.
75p. / 8.95
With guidance from Rosemary Gladstar—internationally-known herbalist, mother, and
grandmother—you’ll learn how to use herbs such as chamomile, echinacea, and lemon
balm to create gentle baby care products that will promote health and well being.
She includes dozens of safe, easy-to-prepare herbal formulas for easing the symptoms
of childhood colds and flus, diarrhea, constipation, earaches, fevers, and more.
The author also includes safety precautions and dosage information. Since 1972, Rosemary
Gladstar has been sharing her knowledge, experience, and love of herbs. Beautifully
and simply presented, this book is a gem.
A CUP of COMFORT for PARENTS of CHILDREN WITH AUTISM: Stories of Hope and Everyday
Coleen Sell.322p. / 9.95
This book offers a collection of inspiring true stories that share the strength,
love, and devotion families like yours draw on daily. These heartwarming tales will
connect you to other devoted and courageous parents, while giving light to your blessing—your
child. It’s tough being a parent, but A Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with
Autism lets you know that you are not facing this challenge alone.
CRAZY MAKERS: How the Food Industry is Destroying Our Brains and Harming Our Children.
Carol Simontacchi. 331. / 14.95
An unprecedented and impeccably reported look at how American food manufacturers
and their products may be endangering our minds. This updated edition includes chapters
on Building the Infant Brain; Nourishing the Baby's Brain; Feeding Your Child's Brain;
Feeding the Autistic Brain; A Case for Optimism; Recipes; and much more. Revised
material illustrates just how much the industry has changed in a few short years.
Based on extensive research, scientific evidence, and a formal study of school children's
eating habits, Carol Simontacchi, a board-certified clinical nutritionist, identifies
how the latet food products may be driving us crazy!
SMART MEDICINE for a HEALTHIER CHILD:
Natural and Conventional Treatments
for Infants and Children
By Janet Zand, ND; R. Rountree, MD; R. Walton, RN
A Practical A-Z Reference to Natural and
Conventional Treatments for Infants and Children!
This comprehensive childcare manual is a complete guide to the most common childhood
disorders and their treatments, using both alternative care and conventional medicine.
It provides an overview of the history, fundamentals, and uses of conventional medicine,
herbal medicine, homeopathy, acupressure, diet, and nutritional supplements. It also
includes special sections on pregnancy, infant care, vaccinations, and home safety.
This encyclopedia of childcare information is a unique guide that will offer you
and your family a real choice in health care. Highly recommended.
HOW to RAISE a HEALTHY CHILD...In Spite
of Your Doctor: A Leading Pediatrician Puts Parents Back in Control of Their Children's
By Robert Mendelsohn, MD
Learn how to diagnose and treat
many common childhood illnesses at home!
Learn how to handle many common childhood ailments without medical interference.
Dr. Mendelsohn was a pediatrician who for 30 years recommended vaccines and other
standard medical treatments. Over time, he realized the harm these allopathic interventions
were causing. He stopped recommending vaccines, warned parents to stay away from
medical doctors whenever possible, and started speaking out against his own profession.
He was ostracized by the medical community. If you have children, get this book.
A 5-Star recommendation.