If we introduce foods based on these key concepts, we can avoid common childhood illnesses like allergies, eczema and asthma, and also form the foundation of long-term health.
CALGARY, Alberta (PRWEB) June 06, 2016
Many parents feed their children as if they are adults. The truth is, however, that organs and body systems mature at different times, which means nutrition needs at different ages vary.
After searching for a program that would keep her daughter healthy throughout childhood and into adulthood, naturopathic doctor Melina Roberts found very little information.
“The more I researched, the more I realized that a program like this didn’t exist,” Roberts said. “We were being told to introduce poor quality foods at the wrong time of development, which were promoting a disastrous cycle of bad health.”
In “Building a Healthy Child,” Roberts shares a revolutionary program that outlines ways parents can build a child’s healthy digestive tract throughout the beginning stages of life by giving them the right nutrition at specific times in their development.
Through her book, Roberts aims to change the way parents introduce foods to their children in order to significantly improve the health of the future generation.
“If we introduce foods based on these key concepts, we can avoid common childhood illnesses like allergies, eczema and asthma, and also form the foundation of long-term health,” Roberts said.
For more information, visit http://advancednaturopathic.com.
“Building a Healthy Child”
By Melina Roberts, N.D.
Available in hardcover, softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iUniverse
About the author
Melina Roberts, N.D., is a naturopathic doctor and founder of Advanced Naturopathic Medical Centre in Calgary, Canada. She is a graduate of University of Waterloo and the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, and is a leading authority in the field of naturopathic medicine. She currently resides in Calgary with her husband and daughter.
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