Friday, June 3, 2011

Book Contest to Win What's Eating Your Child by Kelly Dorfman

Leave a comment below with a question for Kelly Dorfman and be entered to win a signed copy of her new book--"What's Eating Your Child." I will post the interview with Kelly next week and include questions from the contest.


Backed by cutting-edge science and the know-how gained from a 29-year career in clinical nutrition, WHAT’S EATING YOUR CHILD? by Kelly Dorfman, MS, LND, reveals the surprising role nutrition plays in healing children’s ailments. No ordinary nutrition book, WHAT’S EATING YOUR CHILD? is refreshingly unique because it pairs practical, scientifically-supported advice with fascinating case studies that read like medical mysteries. As a mother of three, Dorfman understands the challenges parents face and she empowers caregivers to become Nutrition Detectives by revealing simple, practical ways to uncover the clues behind a child’s health problems and find an accurate, nutritional treatment immediately.

MAKE A COMMENT TO WIN a signed copy of WHAT'S EATING YOUR CHILD? 1) To enter, please comment on this post (Click on "comments" below.) 2) Post your comment by 11:59 pm on JUNE 8, 2011. One entry per person, please. 3) One winner will be chosen by random and announced on Thursday morning, JUNE 9, 2011. 4) NOTE: If you wish to be contacted by e-mail if you win, please include your email address in your comment or make a comment and then email us your comment at Otherwise you must check back on Thursday, June 9, 2011 to see if you have won. Unclaimed prizes will be forfeited to another winner after 72 hours.

Related posts:

Kelly Dorfman: Nutrition Detective on June 8 in NJ

What's Eating Your Child by Kelly Dorfman


Cannon and Kassie said...

I had this on my list of books to get!

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Cannon and Kassie said...

Kelly, do you think that kids who crave carbs are really allergic to the very things they crave?

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BlairSprouse said...

Have been on the wait list at the local library for like ever!

My kids are gfcf. Why do corporation not disclose the "natural flavors"? Why should we avoid them?

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SCDgirl said...

What is the best strategy to use when trying to limit the amount of carbs your child eats?

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Kathleen Grace Reily said...

Some practioners feel that eating raw kale and other goitrogenic greens should be avoided and only eaten cooked, for the hormonal health of children and adults. What is your opinion on that?

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43434343 said...

I have had two mothers if 5 year olds complain to me in the past week that their kids only eat pasta and bread and no protein or veggies, is your book a good book for them?

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CFNYC said...

Could you please make sense of the new, federal guidelines on nutrition as laid out in the food "plate." This is the pie chart (no pun!) that replaced the food pyramid.

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Jill @ Vegan in the Kitchen said...

What first steps would you suggest to a family of five just learning about the gluten-free diet?

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