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elemental

(ĕl″ĕ-mĕn′tĭl)
Pert. to diets that are easy to digest or predigested; rudimentary or simple.

elemental

emanating from or pertaining to elements.

elemental diet
see elemental diet.

Patient discussion about elemental

Q. what consider to be a good nutrition for children? does it has to include some specific nutrition elements?

A. there's many things you should consider about children's nutrition, the amount of books written about kids nutrition can fill a library...
vitamins, organic vs industrial, fast food vs home made etc.
here are 2 video libraries that i'm sure you'll find all the info you seek in them-

http://www.thedoctorsvideos.com/categories/26/Nutrition

http://www.drmdk.com/html/nutrition.html

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Elementalism is involved when we seek the cause of something, unconsciously assuming there is only one cause--for example, the cause of juvenile delinquency, the cure for cancer, the way to raise children.
Pula (2000) referred to the hyphen as Korzybski's cure for elementalism.
31: "The term psycho-logical [hyphenated] will always be used either with a hyphen to indicate its [non-elementalistic] character, or in quotation marks, without a hyphen, when we refer to the old elementalism.