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Baby and Toddler Meals, Barker, Robin
1 Barker, Robin Baby and Toddler Meals
Australia Pan Macmillan 2010 1405036354 / 9781405036351 Reprint Revised Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
214 indexed pages. This is the baby food book that puts the fun back into feeding.A completely revised edition of Robin Barker's popular and practical guide to feeding babies and toddlers, "Baby and Toddler Meals". This up-to-date edition features the latest information about food allergy and intolerance as well as recent recommendations from the National Health and Medical Research Council about breastfeeding, fat, cholesterol and salt. "Baby and Toddler Meals" is written by the bestselling author of Baby Love, Robin Barker, and explodes all the myths that surround feeding babies and toddlers. Robin takes you through each developmental stage, showing you how to introduce new foods and explaining why some foods are more appropriate at certain stages than others. Realistic advice, based on sound guidelines, is given to help you if your baby or toddler won't eat or will only eat selectively. "Baby and Toddler Meals" offers over one hundred yummy recipes, suitable not only for babies and toddlers, but for the whole family. Robin Barker is a registered nurse, midwife and early childhood nurse with over twenty-five years experience with families and babies. Robin's other books include Baby Love and The Mighty Toddler, both of which are bestsellers and have been reprinted many times. 
Price: 12.00 AUD
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Different Kids: Growing up with Attention Deficit, Dengate, Sue
2 Dengate, Sue Different Kids: Growing up with Attention Deficit
Australia Random House 1994 0091830516 / 9780091830519 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
264 indexed pages.Do teachers, friends, and family members say these things about your child? Your child is lazy, or easily bored; just needs a firm hand; is restless, or lethargic;is forgetful, disorganised and unmotivated; reacts to some foods; has poor reading skills or handwriting but is very creative; has trouble making friends; could do better if he or she tried. This compelling book tells how a former teacher and mother found surprisingly successful solutions to her children's behaviour and learning problems, some of which were associated with "Attention De?cit Disorder". It provides a clear analysis of this baffling disorder. This book should be required reading for all health professionals, parents and teachers. 
Price: 14.00 AUD
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Asthma, Hay Fever and Other Allergies and How to Live with Them, Forsythe, Elizabeth
3 Forsythe, Elizabeth Asthma, Hay Fever and Other Allergies and How to Live with Them
Australia Sun Books 1977 0725102411 / 9780725102418 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
137 indexed pages. Learn how to live with your allergy or with other people's! Contents include: General treatment of allergies; Asthma; Your child and asthma; Hay fever; Eczema; Urticaria; Drugs and allergy; Pets and allergy; Allergy and the mind; Auto-immunity and allergy. It is estimated that one in every five Australians will suffer from asthma, hay fever or another allergy at some time during his or her lifetime. These allergies may range from mild childhood asthma to ‘farmer's lung’ and include unusual conditions such as allergy to detergents or household pets. About half of the close relatives of somebody with an allergy also have an allergy - but not necessarily the same one. There is still much doubt about the exact nature of allergies and conflicting medical advice may be given. The fact remains that any allergy is usually a long-lasting condition and therefore has to be lived with. Here is a book packed with practical advice both for the sufferer and for his relatives. lt includes modern treatments for allergies and also practical details of how to make life more bearable when all the medical stops have been pulled out by the doctors and relief is still not complete. There is a special chapter about children with asthma which should be of great help to many parents. There are very few doctors who specialise in allergy and it is difficult for any sufferer to get expert investigation and treatment. There is a large folk lore about some allergies and this. combined with the rarity of medical specialists, may make the patient's position precarious. This book. therefore, is an attempt to explain in simple language the problems of allergy. Above all it is a handbook to help the patient and his relatives see what positive steps can be taken to make the problem easier for all concerned. 
Price: 9.00 AUD
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Are You Tired of Bring Tired?  Natural Therapies to Help You Rediscover Your Energy and Vitality and Enjoy Life Again, McIntosh, Linda
4 McIntosh, Linda Are You Tired of Bring Tired? Natural Therapies to Help You Rediscover Your Energy and Vitality and Enjoy Life Again
Australia Hodder & Stoughton 1995 0733602681 / 9780733602689 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
242 indexed pages. Everybody deserves to enjoy all day energy. Daytime fatigue is not normal or necessary. Are You Tired of Being Tired? shows you how natural therapies can help you rediscover your energy and vitality. There are many reasons why we feel tired or fatigued. Linda Mclntosh sets out in simple A to Z format a wide range of possible causes from allergies and anorexia to chronic fatigue syndrome, infections, low blood pressure, menopause, pain, pregnancy and lack of sleep. She then discusses in a very simple and practical way how natural remedies such as naturopathy, herbalism, homeopathy, iridology and aromatherapy plus good nutrition, exercise and relaxation techniques can restore your energy and help you change your quality of life and give you joy in living each and every day. This comprehensive book is an indispensable guide for personal wellbeing and family care. Linda Mclntosh is a qualified naturopath and herbalist. As well as running a busy practice in Sydney, she lectures, organises seminars, contributes to magazines and writes books. 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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5 Swain, A. R.; Soutter, V. L.; Loblay, R. H.; Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Allergy Unit Friendly Food: The Complete Guide to Avoiding Allergies, Additives and Problem Chemicals
Australia Murdoch Books 1998 0864111819 / 9780864111814 Reprint Stapled Pictorial Cover Good 4to 
112 indexed pages includ. colour illust. Guide to avoiding diet-related allergies and other illnesses linked to food chemicals. Provides a clear list of foods and their additives, a list of additive codes, a shopping list of recommended brands and an extensive recipe collection. The authors are doctors with the Allergy Unit, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Yes, Australia's leading allergy experts explain simply what food chemicals are, how they affect us and how we can avoid them. Packed full of imaginative, exciting recipes for all lifestyles and all ages, this complete guide covers family meals and outings, school lunches, entertaining, snacks and drinks, sweet treats, baking and children's parties. A simple guide to using the recipes and a list of food additive codes, together with a comprehensive shopping list of recommended brands, make this an invaluable aid for all health-conscious people today. So enjoy life with Friendly Food. 
Price: 17.50 AUD
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Living with Allergies, Williams, Xandria; Morton-Evans, Michael
6 Williams, Xandria; Morton-Evans, Michael Living with Allergies
Australia Unwin 1986 0046140042 / 9780046140045 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
xii + 239 indexed pages including drawings and recipe contributions by Jo Snelling. Whether adult or child, all allergy-sufferers must learn to manage their allergies in such a way that life is not restricted, but enriched. Xandria Williams, one of Australia’s leading naturopaths with years of experience in diagnosing and helping allergic patients, shows how this is possible. For the newly-diagnosed allergy sufferer (and their families) she offers useful advice on how to deal with common situations from eating out and meal planning to well-meaning relatives and the school tuck shop. For people who have coped for years, usually with varying success, she provides encouragement and fresh ideas to re-inspire. Living with allergies is a challenge; Living with Allergies shows how to meet that challenge and enjoy life at the same time. Xandria Williams followed her B.Sc. Chemistry and Masters degree with further research which led to study of the chemistry of the human body and its food supply, and training as a Naturopath. Over the last few years she has lectured in Biochemistry and Nutrition to Chiropractic and Naturopathic students. She runs a busy clinic and is a prolific writer for a number of journals including Australian Wellbeing and Nature and Health. 
Price: 12.00 AUD
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