Once You Know

A Guide to Preserving Your Child’s Health

Non-Fiction - Parenting
249 Pages
Reviewed on 06/07/2020
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Once You Know: A Guide to Preserving Your Child's Health by Agnes Deglon is an inspiring and uplifting book that will educate parents to help their children thrive and succeed, and teach them the techniques for leading a healthy lifestyle so that they become strong and happy adults. Children are the future and this book helps parents keep them healthy on all levels; physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Good strategies and techniques will help children keep their minds healthy and use them properly. The book is a welcome reminder of the spiritual aspect which has largely been forgotten. It is important that parents keep their children connected to their inner selves to make them happier and healthier and less distracted by the influences of society.

Children live in times when there is a combination of excessive amounts of toxicity coupled with a lack of nutritious and immune-boosting foods. This can be detrimental to their physical and mental development. The book educates readers on how preserving health is easier than curing a disease. Agnes Deglon discusses in detail society's impact on children's health and how parents need to be mindful so they can contribute to raising informed and health-conscious children. She also discusses gut health and makes readers aware of their connection with nature and the different types of food that give energy. The topic of immunity and how to boost the immune system is useful and the ongoing vaccine debate on whether to vaccinate or not is discussed.

Once You Know: A Guide to Preserving Your Child's Health is a handy manual on topics related to a child's health and how to maintain the positive effect of a decreased disease without having the negative effect of the current vaccines. The author covers the topic extensively and expansively, helping readers understand the challenges of navigating through modern-day toxicity and making the right choices.