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Which Book Appeals to You?

"The FPIES Handbook"

One reviewer described this book as a "comprehensive resource on baby food intolerances and allergies, especially Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome."  If you have concerns that  your child's "reflux" might be a sign of a food allergy or a food intolerance, this book is a great starting point. If you have already read the book, you would benefit from some free bonuses.   

Book About Colic

Readers will soon have a chance to read my second book about babies who just cry and cry.  It will be the most comprehensive resource of its kind.  

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