20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on 17 April 2007
This book is a fantastic sequel to Robin Pauc's first book Is That My Child. I read his first book in the summer of 2006. I felt the book made a lot of sense and was fairly easy to implement into "normal" home life. In October 2006 after much deliberation and thought we took our son to see Robin for an expert consultation after a brief telphone conversation with the man himself.
6 Months on we have climbed the hill (and I truly believe it wasn't a mountain) and are now free wheeling down to the finish line. Robin's 2nd book - The Brain Food Plan is merely an extension of his 1st "bible" but what I particularly like is the way it is written by a human being for fellow human beings to read, digest and chew on.
We are absolutely delighted with the results of both the books and also Tinsley House Clinic. we now have a child who has been released from a straight jacket of frustration and anger. This man has been our saviour. Read both books and you make your own judgements. Thank you Robin
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 28 December 2012
I thought this would contain the obvious advice of a healthy balanced diet, but it also contains details on research into food & it's effect on cognitive development in children.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 21 February 2014
I read this book 19 months ago when my 6.5 year old son was struggling at school and very unhappy. He was labelled as dyslexic and dyspraxic and with an immature Central Nervous System. The book described my son completely and I knew that I needed to take him to see Robin Pauc. Well fast forward 19 months and my son is happy at school and learning normally. Please read this book - it just may change your child's life.
1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 8 September 2011
I bought this book as my grandson has ADHD, Mum is at her wits end.
Read this follow the advice its not a cure but what an improvement
in the boy after two months. Lots of common sense advice. I think with
so many additives in our foods no wonder the childrens brains
need help. Parents if you read this, Just buy it. Read it, follow it.
See the improvements in your own child.