Chemical-Free Kids: How to Safeguard Your Child's Diet and Environment

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Kensington Books, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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A practical and easy-to-use guide that helps parents reduce the harmful chemicals in their child's diet and environment. Making healthy choices plays an integral role in achieving wellness and avoiding some of the most common illnesses that affect us today. Everyday complaints such as chronic fatigue, headaches, insomnia, abdominal pain and cramping, joint aches, chronic infections, and learning disabilities are all influenced by the quality of the food that we eat, the air that we breathe, and the toxins that we touch. Chemical-Free Kids outlines diet and lifestyle changes that parents can achieve almost painlessly. It is an informative book that shows we do have choices, and is a valuable and viable resource for anyone concerned with dietary and environmental toxins.
 

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Contents

Saying No to Fake and Toxic Foods
3
Overcoming Additive Addictions
37
ChemicalFree Strategies
69
A CHEMICALFREE HOME ZONE AND ENVIRONMENT
103
Organically Grown Solutions
211
ChemicalFree Cooking
231
Afterword
283
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About the author (2003)

Magaziner is a practicing physician and one of the nation's leading authoities in nutritional. preventative, and environmental medicine.

Linda Bonvie is a freelance writer who specializes in health-realted and environmental issues whose work has appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, New Age Journal, Vegetarian Times, and more. She lives in Little Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey.

Anthony Zolezzi is a pioneer in the natural food industry. He has influenced environmental, physical and emotional change on every level of the corporate structure through one-on-one coaching of top CEOs, and to thousands of others through his seminars and books.

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