Helpful Product Downloads
Review the list of downloadable PDFs below for forms or additional information you may want to print and save. The following section will provide you with materials such as our brochure and fact sheet as well as forms that will help you track your child's progress. Feedback and suggestions on these forms or ones that would further help you are highly welcome so please contact us at
Helpful Hints & Tips for Parents
Many physicians and parents alike have told us how important certain lifestyle changes can be when addressing issues common to children with special nutritional needs. Here's our list of other suggestions to consider:

Buy organic as much as possible

Epecially with "Dirty Dozen" fruits and veggies.

Take high quality Epsom salt baths

Recent work by the University of Alabama at Birmingham shows a dose and time exposure dependent increase in blood and urine magnesium and free sulfate in volunteers taking Epsom salt baths for more than 20 minutes using ½ - 2 cups. Sulfate is important in detoxification pathways and can be low in some children.

Be watchful for hidden aluminum additives in food products and supplements.

Aluminum is found in many brands of pre-sliced American cheese, soy products (from manufacturing in large aluminum vats), liquid nystatin, sunscreens and lotions. Unless using the more expensive "aluminum free" baking powder, most people do not realize that baking powder contains aluminum. Therefore many baked bread products, cookies and crackers etc made with baking powder use products that contain aluminum (sodium aluminum sulfate). This is often NOT on the food label. Go through your pots and pans and do not use aluminum products. Aluminum and other metals can and will leach into the food, especially in areas where there is fluoride in the water or when cooking acidic foods like tomato sauce or soups with vinegar. Aluminum exposure poses health problems, and has been potentially linked to Alzheimer's Disease.

Consult with a knowledgeable nutritionist familiar with children

Kknowledgeable nutritionists can provide you with special nutritional requirements and information on dietary alternatives including gluten-free/casein-free diet and the Specific Carbohydrate Diet.

Consider adding Probiotics

Use high quality with strains of more than 1 billion CFUs (colony forming units) See Leyer et al., PEDIATRICS Vol. 124 No. 2 August 2009, Discuss with your pediatrician.

Watch out for sources of chemicals

Keep kids away from food additives, fresh paint, staining, carpet cleaning etc. Studies have shown a correlation between pesticide use and an increased risk in children.

Consider having your tap water tested if you do not have filtered water.

Your local water company can provide you with this information for free on request. It can also be obtained through laboratories like Doctor's Data that provide a comprehensive drinking water analysis. If toxic elements are identified, consider investing in a reverse osmosis water filtration system.

Avoid processed foods, additives and preservatives

Along with MSG and excess sucrose. Studies have shown evidence linking food additives to hyperactive behavior in toddlers and older school-age children.

Avoid fire retardants

Found in clothes and spill retardants on furniture.

Be wary of dental sealants

Most dental sealants currently contain Bisphenol-A (BPA) and should be avoided. Until a safer sealant is available, consider not sealing your child's teeth.

Avoid plastics

Particularly those with Bisphenol A (BPA) ie bottled water, sippy cups etc. Also avoid heating or freezing food in plastics. Never put plastic in the microwave.

Limit amount of fish

ESPECIALLY tuna and other high mercury/metal contaminated fatty fish. Only use high quality omega-3 supplements.

Suggested Reading Material
Lifetrients has put together the following collection of books and articles as reccommended reading material.
What's Eating Your Child by Kelly Dorfman, MS, LND
Healing the New Childhood Epidemics by Kenneth Bock, MD
Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Natasha Campbell-McBride
Breaking the Vicious Cycle – The Specific Carbohydrate Diet by Elaine Gloria Gottschall
The Out-of-Sync Child by Carol Kranowitz and Lucy Jane Miller
The LCP Solution: The Remarkable Nutritional Treatment by Jacqueline Stordy
Ready, Set, Eat! Gluten-Free Nutrition Basics by Faye Elahi. 
The Late Talker by Marilyn Agin
Serving Suggestions For Children Who Don't Like Or Won't Swallow Capsules.
Sometimes for younger children, swallowing a capsule or experiencing a new taste may be challenging.  But that's when many of our moms and dads have put on their thinking caps and come up with some creative, fun ways to ensure their kids get the lifetrients speak omega-3/vitamin E supplement they need.
Fruits & Vegetables With Higher Pesticide Residue.
Apples, Cherries, Grapes, Nectarines, Peaches, Pears, Strawberries
Bell Peppers, Celery, Potatoes, Spinach, Carrots
Fruits & Vegetables With The Least Amounts of Pesticide Residue.
Avocados, Pineapples, Mangos, Kiwi, Banana
Onions, Sweet Corn, Asparagus, Frozen Sweet Peas, Cabbage, Eggplant, Broccoli
These fruits and vegetables generally do not contain residue or contamination from pesticides and can be bought conventionally.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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