by Beth Lambert
The Epidemic of Chronic Illness in America's Children!
Read this book if your child has been diagnosed with autism, ADHD, allergies, asthma, celiac disease, learning or behavioral disorders, diabetes or any other chronic illness.
Learn how food sensitivities and allergies can affect a child's behavior and brain. All disease begins in the gut! Understand the underlying factors compounding problems like: chronic constipation, frequent fevers, chronic diarrhea, eczema, food sensitivities, chronic infections (ear, strep, vaginal, urinary, colds, etc.), colic, reflux, sensory problems, obsessive compulsive behaviors, or developmental delays.
You can then better advocate for your child.
Thumbs Up book review in Wise Traditions!
Read the complete review by Tim Boyd in the Summer, 2011 issue of Wise Traditions!
"Beth Lambert takes us all the way to the roots of the problems in our toxic diet and toxic environment and shows us a way to protect our children's future. This is the future of medicine. If you have a child and want them to thrive, then you must read this book" Mark Hyman, M.D.,
author of The UltraMind Solution
"A thorough and gripping account of the new reality for millions of children and their families. Beth Lambert, armed with persuasive scientific facts, explains how environmental insults have compromised the health and future of an entire generation and provides well-researched strategies aimed at prevention"Deirdre Imus,
founder of The Deirdre Imus Environmental Center for Pediatric Oncology
"Beth Lambert puts forth a cogent, well-written explanation of the suspected environmental factors involved in the current epidemics of autism, ADHD, asthma, allergies, obesity, and diabetes; and includes thoughtful approaches to treatment. She also proposes strategies for prevention so that we may achieve our ultimate goal: to avoid compromising the next generation." Dr. Kenneth A. Bock,
author of Healing the New Childhood Epidemics
"A clear, rational, and compelling wake-up call for everyone who is concerned about the health of our future generations. In short, this is a terrific book!" Dr. Christiane Northrup,
author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom
"Beth Lambert not only provides a clear and comprehensive assessment of the state of children's health today, but she also offers a practical roadmap to finding our way out of this mess. A Compromised Generation
should be required reading for parents and health care practitioners everywhere."Dr. Lawrence Rosen,
Chief of Pediatric Integrative Medicine at Joseph M. Sanzari Children's Hospital