Tamara Laschinsky is the owner of Natural e GREEN and author of more than 450 health and wellness articles. She opened her store in 2009 and has been researching and writing on a variety of natural health topics since then. Her articles have been republished world-wide and have appeared in many health and parenting magazines.
Tamara's first book, The Cosmetic Chemicals Guide, focused on common toxic chemical found in everyday cosmetic and personal care products. The book was designed to help consumers make safer choices when product shopping and helps the consumer understand the health risks associated with certain chemical ingredients.
Her second book was inspired by real-life events. Helping Your ADHD/ADD Child is a guide for parents and caregivers and puts a positive spin on living with ADHD/ADD children. The book offers some easy, yet effective, techniques that help children stay on track and organized. Ultimately, this book provides the tools one needs to be successful in life and the first step is always about believing in yourself and understanding your potential.
Tamara continues to run her online natural health and wellness store and writing related health articles. She is currently working on her third book: "Indigo, ADHD and Autistic Children: Seeing the world through their eyes." She lives with her family in Alberta, Canada.
Whether you are looking to start your own business or just get some ideas to see if starting a business is right for you, you have to read this book. Written by business owner, Tamara Laschinsky, "How to Start a Business" covers the key 8 steps to getting your business off the ground and on the right path to success.
Millions of children are diagnosed with having ADHD or ADD and more than 50% of those children are taking pharmaceutical drugs to treat their condition.
Helping Your ADHD/ADD Child is designed to put a positive spin on ADHD/ADD and offers some practical yet effective techniques to help your child stay focused and on track. Understanding ADHD/ADD and staying positive is the key to success.
Toxic chemicals in cosmetics and personal care products is a growing concern among parents and medical practitioners. Most commercial products contain a variety of toxic chemicals that have both short and long-term health risks.
The Cosmetic Chemicals Guide provides an overview of the most common chemicals found in everyday products and helps consumers identify them when reading product labels.