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Number of Pages: 192
Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 8.00 X 6.00 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
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Emily2 Stars Out Of 5more of a product guide instead of a earing guideFebruary 14, 2016EmilyQuality: 5Value: 3Meets Expectations: 1yes it talks about nutrients absorbed. yes it talks about living food (vegetables) and dead food (processed chemical laden foods)
but it focused a lot more attention on breastfeeding vs formula feeding. what types of water to BUY. kinds of supplements to give them.
Also the book talks about eating a low fat plant based diet. It says that bananas, coconut oil, and dried fruit just to name a few that cause inflamation. These authors are very off in selling this to parents as a guide to help their kids eat well.
There are no meal plan ideas or recipes. No examples of how to eat this way other than eat a plant based diet. I will keep the book and reread it hoping I missed something but I doubt I did. I read reviews online of this book after I bought/read it and I saw I'm not the only mom frustrated with the book.
I don't recommend this book because it doesn't seem like anything more than colorfully, well laid out collection online articles rather than a guide to feeding our children.
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