Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) February 21, 2013
“I am committed to transforming the way in which we conceive, birth, and raise children,” explains author and perinatal expert Dr. Roy Dittmann. In his landmark book, “Brighton Baby: A Revolutionary Organic Approach to Having an Extraordinary Child: The Complete Guide to Preconception & Conception” (published by Balboa Press), Dittmann fulfills his commitment, providing couples and health professionals with an optimal pathway to preventing birth defects before conception.
According to the Journal of American Pediatrics, 43 percent of children have one or more chronic health conditions, conditions that are often tied back to the womb. “Brighton Baby” addresses the infertility and birth defect crises head on. “Brighton Baby” presents The Brighton Method, the first epigenetic roadmap to having an extraordinary child.
“We are acting like getting pregnant in the 21st century is ‘business as usual’ – until our kids show up in kindergarten diagnosed with severe learning disabilities such as ADD and autism, or begin having life threatening asthma attacks. Only then do parents begin asking themselves what happened,” says Dittmann.
“Brighton Baby” is already being hailed by many as a game-changing book.
“Dr. Roy Dittmann can always be found working on the most advanced and daring frontiers of human development,” says David Chamberlain, Ph.D., past president of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH) and author of “Windows to the Womb.” “‘Brighton Baby’ demonstrates his unwavering commitment to preventing birth defects and helping couples to conceive, give birth, and raise healthy, happy children. Follow this path to the best outcomes!”
In “Brighton Baby,” Dittmann reveals how nutrition, minerals, foods, vitamins, fats, proteins, probiotics, electromagnetics, plastics, vaccines, cosmetics, heavy metals, pesticides and toxins can positively or negatively change a future child’s destiny. It gives couples practical solutions for managing their reproductive health, and strategies for transforming their diet and lifestyle in order to prevent birth defects and boost male and female fertility.
“Brighton Baby: A Revolutionary Organic Approach to Having an Extraordinary Child”
By Roy Dittmann, OMD, MH
Softcover | 7.5 x 9.25 in | 1,030 pages | ISBN 9781452555560
E-Book | 1,030 pages | ISBN 9781452555553
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Roy Dittmann, OMD, MH has dedicated his professional life to evolving an integral organic approach to preventing birth defects and optimizing fetal brain development during the perinatal period – the most powerful time to impact human development. Aspiring to integrate perinatal wisdom from indigenous cultures with modern trends in epigenetics, reproductive medicine and perinatal research, Dittmann developed The Brighton Method to provide couples with practical solutions for realizing their goal of having an extraordinary child.
In addition, he consulted with Health Ministry officials from several countries on the creation of their perinatal programs. As early as the late 1980s, Dittmann forewarned health professionals and the public that existing diet and lifestyle trends would lead to an exponential rise in infertility, autism, ADD and birth defects. His Brighton Baby book series is designed to coach couples on how to reverse these trends and naturally conceive, birth and raise extraordinary children organically. Facebook users can follow him and more information is available at http://www.BrightonBaby.com.
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