My Kids Can't Eat That! (EBK)

My Kids Can't Eat That! (EBK)

How to Deal with Allergies & Intolerances in Children

Christine Bailey

$16.99

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This friendly, no-nonsense guide is everything parents need to take a pro-active, holistic approach to food allergies or intolerances in their child.

Having a child diagnosed with a food allergy, sensitivity or intolerance can be a daunting prospect. How did it happen? What can they eat? What will make the symptoms worse? And can anything make it better?

Award-winning functional nutritionist Christine Bailey has been pioneering allergy-free cooking for years. As a mother of three children with autoimmune conditions, Christine understands the effect food reactions can have on all aspects of you and your child's day-to-day life. This friendly, no-nonsense guide is everything you'll need to take a functional, holistic approach to food allergies or intolerances in your child. In simple language, Christine helps you make sense of the diagnosis, explaining the difference between food allergies, intolerances and sensitivities. Learn where the 14 major allergens occur - the obvious and hidden triggers - and ensure your child maintains a healthy diet with all the nutrients they need.

And of course, 60 delicious, family-friendly allergen-free recipes prove that you and your child can still eat well. With simple, practical advice on eating out, travel, shopping and more, plus sympathetic advice on how to deal with schools, babysitters and other parents, this is the book that parents have been waiting for.


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Christine Bailey:
Christine Bailey, MSc PGCE MBANT CNHC, is a qualified nutritionist, food and health consultant, chef and cookery teacher. A member of the Guild of Health Writers, she writes for numerous health and food magazines and is the author of several books, including The Brain Boost Diet Plan, The Gut Health Diet Plan and Supercharged Juices and Smoothies. Christine runs courses and workshops, advises local authorities and schools, and works with a number of charities and organisations including the World Cancer Research Fund UK.

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