Non Fiction / Body, Mind, Spirit / Inspiration & Personal Growth
Date Published: November 5th 2019
Publisher : Acorn Publishing
Our children are our hope, our future, our everything. Yet, we are often very unaware of the consequences of our actions, and the impact they have on our children’s future. The dangers of our lack of awareness are real. For the first time in history, our children’s life expectancy is shorter than ours. It is our duty as parents to educate ourselves and help our children thrive. This book is:
· An invitation to take a deeper look at the cultural influence on our children’s health.
· A helpful resource for parents who wish to take an active role in preserving their children’s health in today’s toxic environment.
· An empowering guide with life-changing information that most of us don’t have.
Once you know, you can make changes. NOW is the time to act.
This is a book that every parent should take the time to read. Life is short and more and more these days there are so many elements that could endanger your child.
I didn't know what to expect and what kind of tips and information this would contain, but let me just say I am so glad I picked it up and read it. There are things #1 you never knew you needed to know, and #2 things you may have just been flat out wrong about. It's eye-opening to say the least!
About the Author
Agnes Deglon is a biochemist, oriental medicine practitioner, and the mother of two young boys. She is a passionate children’s health advocate. In the few years she spent in the acupuncture clinic, she came to the conclusion that it is easier to preserve health than to cure disease.
Aside from ONCE YOU KNOW A Guide to Preserving Your Child’s Health, Agnes is the author of the children’s book series, Kids’ Questions About Life, an educational book series written in simple language for parents, teachers, and kids who are pondering the deeper, more complex yet so essential issues of life. Book two in the series, Wait for me! Would you Mind?, won first place in the 2016 Royal Palm Literary Award. Book three, The Little Souls, was a finalist.
You can visit her online at WWW.AGNESDEGLONBLOG.COM