Can you advise parents on how to use your alternative treatments on children who will not cooperate?
I sometimes think parents resort to giving a child medicine because it is easier than wrestling with them to try to use an alternative method of treatment. The alternative to medicine is better for the child I am sure, but usually more difficult to administer, one example is the sinus rinse.
Treating the problem itself is always better than just treating the symptoms.
The sinus rinse may not be the way to go with children. Prevention is always better than treatment. A healthy diet is the key. The problem is children tend to steer away from anything healthy which weakens their immune system. Kids today eat foods with little or no nutrition such as fast and processed foods and snacks. Fortunately, there is a sneaky way to get them to eat healthy.
I wrote a hub called The Sneaky Chef to the Rescue Cookbook Review at http://hubpages.com/hub/Cookbook--Healt … the-Rescue
This cookbook is loaded with great tasting foods that kids love. The cookbook contains over 100 recipes which are made with healthy ingredients to build their immune systems and help protect them from getting sick.
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