I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and I hope, should you purchase it, you would feel the same. I like the author’s straightforward manner of writing and really saying things as they are – in this case – calling a spade a spade, when the need arises to do so.
Much of what the author writes about with so much detail and honesty I’ve experienced myself and have seen my eldest daughter struggle daily with allergies and eczema, noticeably from three years on. And yes, to stand up against a very rigid medical fraternity takes guts and the courage of conviction which comes from having discovered the truth of a matter. In this instance, discovering which foods make you ill, how to avoid them and how to replace them with healthier, sustainable foods. I also liked that the author gives reasons for whatever it is she proposes. This book is going to be a pioneer on the front lines of better, healthier eating and living. We didn’t become such an ill generation overnight and it will certainly not be an overnight change, but the more people are made aware of the need to balance basic healthcare with nutrition, other than popping a pill, the better our quality of life will become. I’ve recommended this book to my daughter as a highly recommended read.