Does Your Child Have Nutritional Deficiencies?


Who do you know who’s child is sick all the time?

Should your child experience any of the symptoms listed below please consider that there may be an underlying nutrient deficiency

Many of these concerns are discussed in books written by devoted Pediatric Allergist Dr. Doris Rapp.

Quality
nutritional supplementation can impact the well being of nutritionally challenged children without the use of drugs.
Symptoms of Nutritional Deficiencies In Children

Bedwetting

Persistent colds

Hyperactivity

Reoccurring nose bleeds

Mouth breathing

Poor school performance

Reoccurring ear infections

Headaches

Chronic winter coughs

Irritability

Dark circles under the eyes

Leg and muscle cramps

Allergies

Puffiness in the face

Constipation

Diarrhea

Fatigue

Wheezing

Spots on the tongue

Twitchiness

Stomach aches

Excessive sweating

Stuffy nose

Poor attention span

Picky eater

Above list created and sourced from nutritionist Barbara Lagoni — thank you


adorable child sneeze flickr image credit

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