Could It Really Be Something They Ate?

The Life Changing Impact of Addressing Food Sensitivities in Children

by Margaret Evans

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 02/12/2011

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 340
ISBN : 9781452541600
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 340
ISBN : 9781452541594

About the Book

“What we have learned from Margaret about the impact of food sensitivities has dramatically improved the overall health of our two young sons and our entire family. Every parent would benefit from this information. We will be forever grateful for her support.”
--Johanna Sedin and her husband Henrik Sedin (captain of the Vancouver Canucks)

• Does your child have chronic health problems, such as stomachaches, constipation, diarrhea, repeated infections, excessive fatigue, bed wetting, or asthma, that are making life challenging for both your child and your family?

• Is your child’s behavior making it difficult for them to develop friendships at school or making them feel isolated and alone?

• Are learning difficulties or disabilities resulting in your child falling behind at school and feeling “stupid”?

COULD IT REALLY BE SOMETHING THEY ATE? offers practical advice and support to identify the often hidden trigger food that can be the cause of health, behavior, and learning challenges in children. Once the trigger food is identified, Margaret leads parents through an organized and practical approach to ensure their success and offers a wealth of information on how to implement diet change in the midst of a busy and often overwhelming family life.

About the Author

Margaret Evans, RN, BScN, CPCC, is a nurse and life coach who helps families find solutions to the physical and behavioral challenges of their children. She successfully addressed food sensitivities in her own four children and has witnessed the life-changing impact it had on their lives and those of the hundreds of families she has worked with over the past twenty-five years. She lives with her husband of thirty-six years in Vancouver, British Columbia.