What S Making Our Children Sick

Author: Michelle Perro
Editor: Chelsea Green Publishing
ISBN: 1603587578
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Vaccines Autoimmunity And The Changing Nature Of Childhood Illness

Author: Thomas Cowan
Editor: Chelsea Green Publishing
ISBN: 1603587780
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One Doctor’s Surprising Answer to the Epidemic of Autoimmunity and Chronic Disease Over the past fifty years, rates of autoimmunity and chronic disease have exploded: currently 1 in 2.5 American children has an allergy, 1 in 11 has asthma, 1 in 13 has severe food allergies, and 1 in 36 has autism. While some attribute this rise to increased awareness and diagnosis, Thomas Cowan, MD, argues for a direct causal relationship to a corresponding increase in the number of vaccines American children typically receive—approximately 70 vaccine doses by age eighteen. The goal of these vaccines is precisely what we’re now seeing in such abundance among our chronically ill children: the provocation of immune response. Dr. Cowan looks at emerging evidence that certain childhood illnesses are actually protective of disease later in life; examines the role of fever, the gut, and cellular fluid in immune health; argues that vaccination is an ineffective (and harmful) attempt to shortcut a complex immune response; and asserts that the medical establishment has engaged in an authoritarian argument that robs parents of informed consent. His ultimate question, from the point of view of a doctor who has decades of experience treating countless children is: What are we really doing to children when we vaccinate them?

The Grain Free Sugar Free Dairy Free Family Cookbook

Author: Leah Webb
Editor: Chelsea Green Publishing
ISBN: 1603587594
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Including One Month of Kid-Friendly Meal Plans and Detailed Shopping Lists to Make Life Easier As the rate of chronic illness skyrockets, more and more parents are faced with the sobering reality of restrictive diets. And because everyone is busy, many families come to rely on store-bought "healthy" products to make life simpler, but many of these are loaded with sugar and hidden toxins. When faced with her own family health crisis, mother and health coach Leah Webb realized that in order to consistently provide high quality food for her family, nearly 100 percent of their meals would need to be homemade. But when she looked for a resource to guide her, most cookbooks that offered recipes "free" of allergenic foods were also high in processed starches, flours, and sugar. Webb, like so many parents, was looking for a cookbook that offered deeply nutritious, kid-friendly, whole foods recipes that were also easy, but there wasn't one--so she wrote it herself. The Grain-Free, Sugar-Free, Dairy-Free Family Cookbook offers a new system to preparing food and approaching the kitchen that gets kids involved in cooking, which encourages excitement around food (a major challenge with restrictive diets). The recipes are rich in healthy fats, nutrient-dense vegetables, ferments, and grass-fed meats, and include snacks, school lunches, and delicious sweet treats that rival the flavors of sugar-dense desserts. By following Leah's meal plans, parents will be sure to please everyone in the family and make cooking on a restrictive diet enjoyable and doable over a long period of time. Families that know they would like to rid themselves of grain, sugar, and dairy, but are intimidated by starting, will find Webb's advice and troubleshooting invaluable. The cookbook outlines family-tested methods that make for effective and efficient preparation, including everyday basic recipes that will become part of a cook's intuitive process over time. The best part is that although Leah prepares nearly every single one of her family's breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks using whole food ingredients, she only spends four to six hours on food preparation per week! Through stocking her freezer, prepping the kitchen, shopping and cooking in bulk, and consistently planning meals, this diet plan is not only possible; it is manageable and fulfilling. Prepare for this cookbook to radically change your life.

The Complete Concordance To Shakspere

Author: Mary Cowden Clarke
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The Complete Concordance To Shakespeare

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The Children S Hospital Guide To Your Child S Health And Development

Author: Children's Hospital
Editor: Da Capo Press
ISBN: 9780738202419
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Based on the research and clinical experience of America's leading children's hospital, this reference work, several years in the making, is the most complete and authoritative guide to child health and development ever published. Three essential parts form this unique work: a detailed account of all aspects of normal development from birth through the school years, a carefully designed emergency section, and a comprehensive guide to every common illness or condition that affects children.For the first time, a single work offers parents all the medical, psychological, and practical information they need to raise healthy children from birth through elementary school. Packed full of information on symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, vital, up-to-date advice for choosing medical care and insurance, and finding good childcare, the Children's Hospital Guide includes the charts of normal development at all ages, and a comprehensive resource section.

Environmental Action

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Brain Under Attack

Author: Maria Rickert Hong
Editor: Answers Publications
ISBN: 9780692133279
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Does your child have rages, OCD, tics, aggressive behavior, prolonged tantrums and/or anxiety? Is your child exhibiting sudden behavioral changes or a developmental regression? Your child may have PANS. PANS (Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome) is an umbrella term which includes diagnoses such as PANDAS, PITANDS, and Autoimmune Encephalitis--all of which describe a condition marked by concerning psychiatric and physical symptoms that often appear suddenly. Children in the US are being diagnosed with PANS at a very concerning rate. What is behind this epidemic? What makes a child vulnerable to these conditions? Most importantly, what can be done to bring to bring our kids back to good health? In this book you will learn:

Parents Magazine S The Best Advice I Ever Got

Author: Sally Lee
Editor: Rodale Books
ISBN: 9781579546649
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Parenting "experts" have a lot to say about the do's and don'ts of child rearing, but often, their "knowledge" is untested-- just theories. That's the last thing you need when you're having problems with your young one. What's the alternative? Turn to the real-life parenting experts in this book. Within these pages, you'll find an expansive collection of know-how from the real experts: hands-on, everyday parents who give baths, change diapers, cook meals, and check homework. Brought to you by the world's largest and most respected parenting magazine, this book offers precious nuggets of wisdom from real parents for real parents on every major child-related topic, from sleep and safety to discipline and creativity. Parents Magazine's The Best Advice I Ever Got is packed with proven, simple solutions and fresh, clever ideas for ... * Raising a healthy eater (page 50) * Treating minor aches and pains (page 81) * Getting the most from visits to the pediatrician (page 141) * Enhancing sibling relationships (page 203) * Raising kids who care (page 225) * Traveling with kids (page 381) ... and much, much more! You'll also discover dozens of "It's My Job" tips from school bus drivers, pediatricians, and day care workers. Overflowing with brilliant kid-tested, parent-approved hints, this one-of-a-kind volume is a keepsake to treasure for a lifetime. From birth to age 8

Gleason S Pictorial

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Your Preschooler

Author: Richard R. Rubin
Editor: Macmillan Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780020778301
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Describes the abilities, emotions, and thought processes of threeand four-year-olds and recommends activities to provide them with physical exercise and mental stimulation

Health Commentator

Author: Washington (State). Dept. of Health
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The Christian Advocate

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The Saturday Evening Post

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Chamber S Journal Of Popular Literature Science And Arts

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Transactions Of The American Philosophical Society

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Redbook

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