Monday, April 09, 2018

Debunking the Bump By Daphne Adler Review

Debunking the Bump: What the Data Really Says About Pregnancy’s 165 Biggest Risks and Myths

Author: Daphne Adler
Publisher: Familius
Publication: April 1, 2018
Price: $16.99
ISBN: 9781945547805
Pages: 224

Stay away from sushi! Cut out caffeine! Step back from the microwave! Once a woman discovers she’s pregnant, the world suddenly becomes a dangerous place where even her favorite foods become a “risk factor.”

In the new book Debunking the Bump, mathematician Daphne Adler has set out to help soon-to-be-mothers who are overwhelmed with the ever-growing list of don’ts during pregnancy. Using a combination of statistics and research, Adler reveals which factors are true threats to a healthy pregnancy and which are simply old wives’ tales.


Chapters cover topics like:
Environmental Toxins (mercury, perfume, and cleaning products)
Guilty Pleasures (caffeine, stress, sex)
Good Influences (vitamins, iron, and calcium)


About the Author:

Daphne Adler holds an undergraduate degree in theoretical mathematics from Harvard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She spent her professional career working in management consulting. She grew up in Norwich, Vermont, and now lives in London with her husband and three young children.
I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review -  A great resource for a new or expecting person.  It can even help anyone who may be associated with one, because of the knowledgeable facts proven by the author the chapters are lined with armor for the babies health.  

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