Healthy Brains, Healthy Children: How Parents Can Raise Their Children in a Smarter, Healthier and More Natural Way

By | May 5, 2016

Healthy Brains, Healthy Children: How Parents Can Raise Their Children in a Smarter, Healthier and More Natural Way will empower mothers and fathers to better understand and improve their child’s developing brain – starting at any age. Topics include: • Prenatal, breastfeeding and baby’s first food • Natural ways to regulate blood sugar to the brain • Drug-free strengthening of the immune system • Recognizing and avoiding food allergies that lead to chronic illness and brain dysfunction • Detoxifying the home environment • Hospitals, medications and testing • Choosing a healthcare professional (from the traditional medical to “alternative” professionals) • Understanding the full spectrum of brain problems • Common neurological spectrum conditions (autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, seizure disorders, and ADHD) • Exercise, sensory and motor stimulation • Healthy recipes Healthy Brains, Healthy Children can also assist healthcare professionals make helpful recommendations for their own patients.

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  • ISBN13: 9781439267240
  • Condition: New
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3 Comments

Kathleen Leong on 05/05/2016 at 03:55.

It IS possible to feed your child well – despite the obstacles! This book will help you get there! My son, Gavin, became a patient of Dr. Coralee Thompson when he was about 11 months old. Gavin is two now and he has Cerebral Palsy, developmental delays and has a hard time with his eating. I was trying to get him off of tube feedings and wracking my brain as to what I could feed him. He couldn’t chew or handle textures. Dr. Thompson and her partner, Dr. Maffetone, were in the process of writing this book when she started working with Gavin. The advice that she gave me empowered me to…

Penny Van Tilburg on 05/05/2016 at 03:59.

Healthy Brains, Healthy Children A must read for all kids especially kids with brain injury After learning my 18 month old grand daughter had autism, I began searching for ideas to help her get well. I learned about the book Healthy Brains, Healthy children from a former co-worker and quickly bought it. I read it in one day and passed it on to my daughter who began using the diet Dr. Thompson and Dr. Maffetone recomended. We have also learned how to make her home a safer and less toxic place to live. In just 2 weeks, my beautiful grand daughter has shown improved eye contact, she has…

bill katovsky on 05/05/2016 at 04:16.

relevant and perfect timing parents should sit up and take notice with this book– it demystifies and explains how to truly and appropriately and wisely raise children. it’s a tough challenge these days, especially given the power of marketing. the laissez faire approach to child-rearing–sticking a child in front of a tv or “learning” video– and expect him or her to learn has proven horribly misguided. or take breakfast cereal– which in most cases, is fortified sugar supported by multimillion dollar tv ad campaigns…

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