Recommended Books

Here is a selection of the books that I recommend. They are the ones I prefer!

Books on Food...

"Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Natural Treatment for Dyspraxia, Autism, A.D.D, Dyslexia, A.D.H.D, Depression, Schizophrenia"

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride MD, MMedSci (neurology), MMedSci (nutrition).
Editions Medinform 2004

The book to read if you truly want to understand the link between the digestive system and behaviour. Natasha has done an excellent job in explaining complex things in a way that you will understand. She leads you through the whole digestion process, down to the gut and it's flora. You will gain a whole new understanding of how food affects, mood, learning abilities, behaviour and the immune system.

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"They Are What You Feed Them"

Dr Alex Richardson

What your child eats can have a profound effect on his or her ability to read, write concentrate and remember things. Dr Alex Richardson shows how nutrition impacts children's behaviour and learning. She exposes the truth about what children eat - or fail to eat.

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"Eat Fat, Lose Fat"

Mary Enig, Sally Fallon

Are you afraid of dietary fats? Then read this book, you will learn what politically correct nutritionists don't know about!

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Books on Up Bringing, Parent–Child Communication...

"How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk"

Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish

If you were only to read one book on parent-child communication, make it this one! This down-to-earth book is written to make relationships with children of all ages less stressful and more rewarding. The authors use innovative ways to solve problems. In this book you will learn to cope with your child's family conflicts peacefully.

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"Siblings Without Rivalry"

Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish

A bestseller in the USA, Siblings Without Rivalry offers serious advice for parents coming to terms with the unpleasant conflicts that arise when siblings forget they are human beings. The book is written with humour, compassion and understanding.

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"The Happiest Baby On The Block"

Harvey Karp, M.D.

A sensible and soft approach to baby crying. Dr Karp has searched traditionnal ways of helping babies and has put it together with modern research. The result is a respectful way of helping a crying baby to become calm and happy!

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"The Happiest Toddler On The Block"

Harvey Karp, M.D.

How to talk to toddlers from 1 to 4. If you get over feeling silly talking the way he suggests to your toddler, you will be very happy with the results! The only thing I'm not so keen about is the "time-out" technique.

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