Evidence-Based Nutrition Tools To Boost Health, Lessen Meds
Has your child needed repeat antibiotics? Have you been told your child needs medication to function at school? Are medications for asthma, reflux, anxiety, constipation, or seizures not working well for your child? If you'd like more options, Special Needs Kids Go Pharm Free: Nutrition Focused Tools To Help Minimize Meds and Maximize Health and Well Being is the book for you. Don't wait for a special diagnosis to engage targeted nutrition supports that can lessen your child's need for medications. Step off the pharmaceutical merry-go-round with natural and non-toxic tools for mood concerns, ADHD, asthma, allergies, sleep problems, and more. Click here to learn more and buy.
Autism and Special Diets: What To Do When, and How
If your child has an autism spectrum or Asperger's diagnosis, start here. Every intervention you engage will depend on the ability of your child's nutrition profile to support those demands. Leverage food, supplements, and nutrition strategies to optimize brain and whole body functioning, regardless of the challenges a diagnosis brings. Strengthen effectiveness of ABA, OT, RDI, or any other tool that works for your family. Ten years of clinical experience and professional advice on all things nutrition and autism await you in this book. Implement special diets effectively, overcome picky/rigid eating patterns, get your pediatrician or neurologist on board, choose the right lab tests, sort through supplements, enhance odds for insurance coverage too. For autism, sensory integration, ADHD, and more.
Navigate a Vaccine Adverse Event
Whatever you've been through with your own child, Judy has probably been there too. Her searing memoir on her son's nearly fatal reaction to hepatitis B vaccine is woven with investigative reporting on the politics and profit that drove approval for its use in newborns. Learn how adverse vaccine events mimic other conditions, how hepatitis B vaccine came to be recommended for US newborns, whether your baby needs it, and what safety testing was done.