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Rawsome Kids is an evidence-based publication focussing on raw veganism, vegetarianism and veganism in children from a practical point of view. Eva Hajkova, the author of this book which was published in Europe in the Czech language, is a specialist in Public Health Medicine and Nutrition and is a mother of two children with years of experience with raw foodism, veganism and vegetarianism. More about Eva HERE https://www.evahajkova.com/en/about-eva-hajkova/
What is the ebook content?
- The benefits of raw food, veganism and vegetarianism and its suitability for children – an evidence-based approach to this topic.
- Raw food in practice! Macro and micro nutrients and which one to watch to ensure all nutrients are covered. Tips on how to get enough and what the best raw food sources are.
- Water- its benefits and importance, what water we should drink and how to make high-quality water at home.
- Practical tips on how to start incorporating more raw foods into children’s daily diet by age. Soy products yes or no? Alternative ways to breastfeeding. What food to introduce by age (6m, 9m, 12m, 18m).
- The importance of superfoods. Raw food meal plans by age and transformational meal plan from cooked to uncooked foods.
- Kitchen equipment – what equipment to have and where to buy. Why eat organic produce, its benefits and how to buy organic with a limited budget.
- Ingredients in raw food kitchen – where to buy organic ingredients. Raw food groups and how raw food plate for children should look like.
- Sugar – the different between healthy and unhealthy sugars, glycaemic index and what sweeteners we should use.
The principles described in the book written by Eva Hájková will help you but especially your kids get closer to the roots and relieve cells and DNA from toxins, while not losing any of important building blocks necessary for the right functioning and development of the body. That is the main way to maintaining long-term internal balance and health.
Jan Vojáček, MD
Chief Doctor, Clinic for Functional Medicine in Prague
Eva Hájková is an exceptional expert, a highly educated professional with practical, hands-on experiences in the profession of nutrition, veganism and raw veganism in kids. Veganism and raw veganisms in children are generally considered extreme nutrition trends. Based on all currently available data, Eva has succeeded in formulating basic recommendations and warnings of possible risks. Eva created the recommendations in a meaningful and sensitive manner, supporting her statements by many different sources. The book is full of recipes you must try and its graphic design is just astonishing.
PharmDr. Margit Slimáková
Health Care and Nutrition Specialist
I appreciate that the book kindly and gently opens up several ways, offering a choice but not urging strict diet cults. Eva points out possible mistakes that may appear in kids eating pure vegetable food which include an excessive intake of enzymes, fibre, carbohydrates, and oil, to the detriment of valuable proteins. The chapters I consider particularly beneficial are those dealing with the vitamin B12, iron, first baby food in relation to gluten and also a short commentary on soy, which has become a daily substitute for meat in many vegan families.
Mgr. Zuzana Švédová, DiS.