A healthy belly is a happy belly
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Author, Speaker, Pediatric Nutritionist and Teacher
Her 18-month-old daughter was writhing on the floor in pain and Meredith Deasley was desperate to bring her some relief. "We're going to fix this. I don't know what it is but we're going to fix this."
Meredith read every book on nutrition she could find. She learned about food sensitivities and eventually became a registered pediatric nutritionist.
Today, her eldest daughter is healthy, her younger daughter is thriving and Deasley says she is determined to show other parents how they can heal their children by watching what they eat.
"There are so many children in the world that are suffering, whose parents don't know that it's their digestive systems that need to be healed. The biggest culprit for attention deficit disorder is chemicals. For autism, the culprits are dairy or glutens. Epilepsy is aspartame and heavy metals."
Deasley wrote The Resourceful Mother's Secret to Healthy Kids in 2002. Her research, teaching and methods have become a turning point not only for her family but others as well.
"I want parents to know they have the power to heal their children so that they have healthy lives."