of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
debbAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Fantastic and insightfulJune 30, 2017debbAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Lots of Great info, even for adults!!! I wish there were something like this when I was raising my family. I bought for my grandkids, and I read it first before passing onto my daughter. It does not disappoint if you are serious about making healthy choices.
momof45 Stars Out Of 5solid bookMay 17, 2017momof4Quality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I really don't know what people were complaining about. It was a good book, offering a lot of good tips on feeding your children well.
HSabiding5 Stars Out Of 5Eat This and Live for KidsAugust 22, 2016HSabidingQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I found this book extremely helpful and wish it had been available when my children were small. These two doctors (a family practice doctor and a pediatrician) who have 60+ years of experience between them offer their years of experience as MDs and using homeopathic methods when possible.
For those looking for a sensible vaccine schedule, here it is. Trying to wade through all the food choices? They offer guidance with years of clinical experience.
This book would also be a great gift for parents.
not what i was looking for3 Stars Out Of 5A guide for parentsFebruary 23, 2016not what i was looking forQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 2This is a good book. I had read Seven Pillars of Health and was looking for a kids version that I could read with my child. This was not it. So a little dissappointed simply because my expectations was something else. Still helpful.
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.