Rave Reviews for “BABY POOP”
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” … Thick with scientific citations and references, this book definitely has a place on library shelves… ” —Julianne Smith for Library Journal
“Baby Poop is full of interesting facts with over 30 pages of references to reinforce them. We learn that where a baby is born (hospital or home) can affect the establishment of healthy gut bacteria, along with howthey are born… ”
“This book is a well researched one stop-shop. I know it is going to save me a few calls to our pediatrician… ”
” ‘Baby Poop,’ is more than a book and more like a poop encyclopedia. It’s definitely not a book that can be read quickly due to the load of information contained… ”
“I admired the author’s teacher-like approach, giving us a brief biology and anatomy lesson, then moving on to possible danger signs, when to call your doctor, and why…”
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“I like this book a great deal, but then again I happen to be a physician who specializes in gastroenterology who also has written a book on poop, You Don’t Know Sh*t! Until You Read This Book. Dr.Palmer’s Baby Poop is informative and well written, but what I find most appealing is that it is written by an honest and caring author, chiropractic physician, and mother all rolled into one! …”
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Midwest Book Review
Baby Poop: What Your Pediatrician May Not Tell You … about Colic, Reflux, Constipation, Green Stools, Food Allergies, and Your Child’s Immune Health is recommended reading (and a recommended bookshelf reference) for any parent (especially new parents) who may find that baby poop actually is a better indicator of a baby’s underlying health than any other diagnostic method.
What’s in a baby’s diaper can help parents differentiate between different kinds of illnesses and is just as important as paying attention to what goes into a baby’s mouth; so before you toss that diaper without a second glance, consult Baby Poop – and then take a closer look.
Chapters discuss the basics of baby poop, from why early imbalances in a baby’s flora can lead to serious intolerances and diseases later on to how parents can not only pay attention to warning signs, but interpret them for better medical assistance.
From serious diarrheal illnesses and new bacterial threats to common over-reactions to various forms of baby poop and how to differentiate the serious from the everyday, this book provides the basics and specifics that take into account all the factors affecting a baby’s stool.
Medical discussions include assessments of normal infant health challenges and their benefits as well as their detriments, and provide quotes and research from other physicians and medical sources.
Add charts (“Are You Seeing Green?”), discussions of formula choices and dietary options and effects, and genetic inheritance considerations and you have a well-rounded discussion that all parents should be familiar with: one that links baby poop to all kinds of conditions, options, and health impacts both positive and negative.
–D. Donovan, Senior eBook Reviewer, MBR
Review Rating: 5 stars!
|Reviewed By Gisela Dixon for Readers’ Favorite
Baby Poop: What Your Pediatrician May Not Tell You about Colic, Reflux, Constipation, Green Stools, Food Allergies, and Your Child’s Immune Health by Linda F. Palmer is a comprehensive and extremely useful book on baby poop and what it can tell us about the health of the baby. Baby Poop explains and describes in detail what to watch out for, signs of healthy or unhealthy stools, and remedies and preventive measures to improve the health and immune system of the baby. Linda Palmer also discusses in detail all of the common digestive ailments or illnesses that can afflict babies, such as colic, reflux, constipation, along with a detailed explanation of how the gut works and the best ways to treat it.I thought Baby Poop was a treasure trove of relevant information that every parent and caregiver should keep handy. Linda, who is a doctor as well as a mother, has an excellent writing style that can explain even somewhat scientific concepts in a language that a lay person can easily understand and relate to. I found all of the information on this sometimes neglected subject fascinating and I was equally impressed with Linda’s knowledge and depth of information. Baby Poop also comes with an excellent glossary as well as an index at the end, which makes it very easy to locate information quickly. All in all, this is a great book that I would highly recommend every parent, guardian, or caretaker to keep ready for quick reference – it may be the only book you will need on this subject!