A Practical Guide to Children's Health

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A Practical Guide to Children's Health
 

Authored by Kate Tietje
Introduction by Dr Tyson Perez DC

In today's world, muddling through all the conflicting health information is difficult. Parents are told opposing things all the time.

The average parent doesn't have the time to sort through all of these conflicting messages - they're too busy simply trying to raise their children as best they can! They're left with having to pick a source or two to trust and their own instincts.

This book was born because of this confusion. Parents need a trusted resource written by a mom, for moms, to help them weed through the controversial issues out there and figure out what will work best for them.

A Practical Guide to Children's Health doesn't tell you what you *must* do. Each section explains the current controversy (if any) and all the major issues, then offers potential solutions. In many sections I share what our family has decided, although I make it clear that is just what works for us (and this is valuable because I share our thought process).

The book is well supported by research, with over 300 primary sources, largely from medical journals. It has a foreword written by Dr. Tyson Perez, DC. All of the sources in the PDF versions of the book are clickable, so that parents who desire to do more research on their own and simply use this as a "jumping off" point may do so. This book is valuable even for more experienced "natural health" families because of the depth of the research available. It would take families hundreds of hours to search for all of these sources themselves (as it did for me); instead they can simply click through the long list of resources as desired!


Publication Date:
2013-03-24
ISBN/EAN13:
1483924505 / 9781483924502
Page Count:
146
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6.69" x 9.61"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Health & Fitness / Children's Health




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