Sandra Robertson

Treating Children with Chinese Dietary Therapy

Treating both the Illness and the Child

  • 2021, 224 pages

29,99 

Delivery time: erscheint lt. Verlag Juni 2021, wird vorgemerkt

Description

This book describes how we can use our food to prevent illness in children and for long-term health benefits. Find here a view on strengthening digestion for a resilient immune system. The author demonstrates how diet can bring the body closer to a state of balance by living in accordance with seasons and the world around us, and listening to the body’s intuitions. This is important as childhood allergies, asthma, ADHD, obesity and childhood diabetes are on the rise. This indispensable resource provides advice on using food as medicine for particular common ailments – such as chronic coughs, colds, stomach aches and constipation. Focusing on the pivotal role of digestion in a resilient and better immune system for optimal health, Treating Children with Chinese Dietary Therapy gives practitioners of Chinese medicine a resource to bring this ancient awareness to today’s parents.

Author

Sandra Robertson

Sandra Robertson

Sandra Robertson is TCM-prfessional and a Registered Practitioner of Chinese Medicine with the CTCMA (College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia). She completed her Doctor of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) in Victoria, B.C.  Robertson is practicing in B.C. for over 10 years since 2008. She is specialized in  Women’s…

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