5 Reasons You Should Read A Practical Guide To Children’s Health Today.
1. Learn about children’s health the easy way
There is so much conflicting information out there today about children’s health: think about the controversies surrounding a healthy diet, organic food, vaccines, medication, and so much more. The average parent is fed up with report after report coming out, telling them something different. It takes hundreds of hours of detailed research to sort through it all and find the answers that are right for your family — time most parents just don’t have.
Don’t waste hours reading through confusing and often incorrect books, blog posts, and studies. Get the truth on Children’s Health today.
2. Get a simple and practical list of home remedies
One of the most common questions that we get is “How can I help my child, s/he is sick.” (Along with a list of symptoms.) Parents are looking for home remedies to help their children instead of doctor visits and medications.
In A Practical Guide to Children’s Health, you’ll find home remedies for many common and not-so-common conditions, like colds, flu, stomach viruses, rashes, outdoor care (sun protection and bugs), ear infections, fevers, food and seasonal allergies, vaccine-preventable diseases, and more!
3. Solve the “healthy diet” conundrum
Walk into any grocery store and you’ll find bright, splashy health claims all over packages of food: “Good source of ___!” “All natural!” and more. If you talk to different people, you’ll hear fat is good or bad, grains are good or bad, milk is good or bad, and so on. What should you believe?
Learn about the different “sides” of each issue and get some common sense advice about what a healthy diet really is. Find a list of super foods, cut through the confusing health claims, learn about which ingredients are really bad and why, find help for picky eaters, and get your child eating healthy today!
4. Find solutions to environmental concerns, like safety and personal care
Lots of parents want to know how they can keep their kids safe in the car — or which soaps and shampoos are best. In the Environment section, you’ll find answers to these questions and more. Learn about why your child doesn’t need a daily bath, which personal care products are safest and why, if you really need organic clothing and bedding, and even some thoughts on positive discipline!
5. Read about our decisions and why we made them
Sometimes it helps to know what someone else did with all the information. While we certainly don’t expect (or want) anyone to follow what we’ve done exactly just because “we did it,” it can be a jumping off point for some.
After the issues are explained, I share the decisions that we have made and how it has worked out for us, with additional research to support how we came to the conclusions that we did. Use it as a guide to figure out if our way will work for you — or not, and how to interpret the research to find what will work for you.