As a parent, you are a caregiver, guide and an abundant source of love to your little one. You are like an alchemist who creates your child's healthy chemistry. One of the ways you can do this is in the kitchen by instilling good eating habits at a young age. Children are especially sensitive to preservatives and additives in food and consuming them can cause a range of problems from obesity and allergies to diabetes. It is in early childhood that the child's foundational structures, comprising the brain, spine and nervous system, are refined. What you children eat in this period, how they interact with their environment, their exposure to influential adults, and daily exercise determines their developmental health. This book is full of easy-to-prepare recipes and simple tips, like how brown rice improves your child's brain function and intelligence, how white sugar hampers neural activity, or how if a child's cheeks are persistently red or swollen or drooping, it shows a defect in his blood circulation to the lungs.