Listen: Raising Baby Green (Podcast)

 

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More and more we are hearing concerns about the toxins in our environment and that dozens of toxins are already in babies when they are born. There is growing interest in the effects of chemicals in our food and homes on our children. The issue of malnutrition in well fed children concerns many parents. How do we avoid the poisons and increase our nutritional intake in today’s world? How do we raise children in a more “green” environment?

These are some of the questions I address with Dr. Alan Greene. Dr. Greene is a pediatrician and a leading voice in the green baby movement. He advises parents how to make healthy green choices for pregnancy, childbirth, and baby care—from feeding your baby the best food available to using medicines wisely. As a father of four himself , Dr. Greene has devoted himself to freely giving real answers to parents’ real questions. From questions about those all too common childhood conditions to those that address the most recent and rare pediatric illnesses. His answers combine cutting edge science, practical wisdom, warm empathy, and a deep respect f or parents, children, and the environment.

In this interview we will discusses some of the most important aspects of pregnancy and child raising covered in his books. He is the author of Raising Baby Green and Feeding Baby Green.

Steve Lankford is the host of HealthQuestPodcast.com. Steve has over 40 years of experience in the natural products industry. His passion is helping others develop nutritional programs that work. At HealthQuestPodcast.com, Steve interviews the experts in the fields of science and nutrition. His in depth explorations and consumer friendly style are designed to help listeners learn about the science of nutrition. His guests are some of the most respected experts in the natural products industry.

To learn more, visit HealthQuestPodcast.com.

NOTE: The statements presented in this podcast should not be considered medical advice or a way to diagnose or treat any disease or illness. Dietary supplements do not treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always seek the advice of a medical professional before adding a dietary supplement to (or removing one from) your daily regimen. WholeFoods Magazine does not endorse any specific brand or product.

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