Explains how to help your child: enjoy his or her bedtime routine; fall asleep quickly and easily; self-settle if he or she wakes in the night; sleep peacefully all night long; and go down easily for daytime naps. In this book, the author offers advice for older children experiencing sleepwalking, sleep apnea, bed-wetting or night-time fears.
It has been highly successful in combating a wide range of health problems including:- Irritable Bowel Syndrome- Migraine- Asthma and rhinitis- Eczema- UrticariaEach food type is systematically excluded from the diet for a period of time, and then gradually reintroduced, with guidelines for monitoring the body's responses.
Deals with the topics of organic food, GM foods, obesity, growing old, the integrity of food research, global warming, global malnutrition, consumer perception of food-borne risk, our gut bacteria, and how nutrition during pregnancy primes us for health in later life. The author also provides examples, reports and stories from many countries.
Jamie, Terry, and Sydney have been going to Camp Barkley every summer since they were puppies. But when a new dog named Taylor joins their cabin, Taylor's mean jokes make Jamie feel left out and picked on. In this book, sensitive illustrations of gender-neutral animal characters help children relate to the issue of covert, or indirect, bullying.