“I am glad you insisted my husband get a dietary assessment too. Like you said, he is 23 of the 46 chromosomes involved in baby making!” AS
“Had I known a little about nutrition I might have eaten and fed my family better years ago. Thanks for taking the time to explain things. What a difference!” SH
“I was a binge eater then I would starve myself. This has definitely gotten worse with the pandemic. Now I’m eating planned meals including my comfort foods. I never thought this would be possible.” LG
”I can tell from the work he brings home that he is taking more time on his letters, writing, and tracing. The calmness he is exhibiting at home this past month seems to have translated into his school environment.” BR
“I have now joined a task force that is attempting to create a lunch program in our school. Not just any lunch program! This one we hope will parallel your book, Nutrition for Development and Learning” NK
“Jan has written a wonderful book which communicates the message about the importance of nourishment of the mother, infant, and child to serve the proper needs for brain development.” Professor Michael Crawford; Foreword, Nutrition for Development and Learning.