A healthy diet is simple!
Really, it is! Whole, organic food, and plenty of vegetables and fruits.
We all know the benefits of vegetables and fruits, but the reason whole and organic food is important, is because our unchecked use of colorants, additives, genetically modified foods, pesticides and preservatives may be contributing to the epidemic of developmental problems in children. Always buy products that are certified plant-based and whole. Look for the plant-based whole food symbol on the package!
The Basic Tenets
A plant-based whole foods diet keeps the good stuff in and the bad stuff out, ensuring complete health for your child.
Foods habits start young.
If you think this food won’t be tasty for your baby, see Developing A Taste For Health
- Kelly Dorfman, M.S., L.N.D., author of the book, Cure Your Child With Food
- John McDougall, M.D.