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by ELENA UPTON, Ph.D.“THE ALTERNATIVE” Volume I, takes you on a journey into understanding and utilizing the most well-known and accepted methods of natural, holistic, and alternative medicines available today. It’s your handy reference manual to readily find complementary methods of treating hundreds of First-Aid and Common Conditions for you and your loved ones of all ages. You’ll learn how to get to the bottom of issues rather than masking symptoms. And, without having to make one appointment, you’ll learn the se... more
by Joe AllisonWhat kind of person do you want to become? Who do you think God expects you to become? The Bible has important insights into these questions. "Setting Goals That Count" shows how to sketch a meaningful picture of your future, based upon your unique gifts, opportunities, and divine calling. You'll read about others who have found goals that transformed their lives. Then you will consider practical ways to become the person God created you to be.
by Dr Mira BajirovaThere are two main causes of Infertility: Decreased Oxygen Utilization and Jinn (Demon). When the environment or body has too many Positive Ions, the result is Decreased Oxygen Utilization. Positive Ions are produced by the manmade atmosphere, and they increase the acidity and inflammation in the body. These Positive Ions can affect the body in numerous ways, including decreased fertility. Many times, medicine cannot solve the problem—what people must do is to expose themselves to the Negativ... more
by Pam BaggottSubtitle: Understanding Foster Care. I wrote the book to inform about foster children and foster families. Using my years of experience and training as a foster parent, I use anecdotes and statistics to explain the unique perspective and needs of those in the foster system.
by Taylore DanielIntroducing a remarkable way to improve your health with unique yoga moves that can be done sitting at your computer or standing behind your desk. No mats, floorwork, or special clothing required.
by Ella JamesThe very first eating lifestyle book to tell you to Just Eat; have your ice cream, burgers and still look good whilst feeling light. In this book, the author shares her twelve-month success in liberating herself from thirty years of yo-yo roller coaster diets. She takes us through her journey of achieving health and fitness goals by adopting the Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle. Rachel also discusses various principles and recommendations of Intermittent Fasting protocols as well as how emotions c... more
by Andrew LawlessHow to enjoy life with diabetes and keep all your toes. As someone who has diabetes, you always worry about things that others can safely ignore. Will my blood sugar hold at night or will it drop, and I die in my sleep? Will my insulin overheat in my bag on a beautiful day out? Will I make it through long business meetings without going low? When is the right time to tell a new friend, date, or employer about my disease? This book is for you if you want to have your diabetes in check and ... more
by rima omarSprouts symbolize verifiable things in different social solicitations. The social monstrosity of tints anxiously impacts the choice and use of sprouts. People a significant part of the time slant toward blooms that are related with their ethnic get-together or country, and varying tints may have stunning ramifications of fortunes or club or other fundamental human characteristics.
by Edward Givens Jr, DDS, MS
Finally, a comprehensive and practical book on oral health care for the public. A book that provides many of the answers you have relating to your oral health as well as questions that you may not have thought to ask. Inside, you will find easy to read and detailed information on a wide range of topics to include an overview of the most common dental diseases, ways to prevent those diseases that are preventable, and an overview on most of the common procedures performed in a dental setting. A... more
by Gang Luo (Author) , Lee Stone (Translator and Contributor)
by Teddy Vincent Angert
An informative, fun and useful guide to more than 80 common household products
Written by a poison specialist, this indispensable volume gives you accurate, up-to-date and truly useful information about the household products you use the most, including detailed ingredients, safety information and advice on managing accidental exposures.
More than just a first aid how-to guide, The Commonsense Guide to Everyday Poisons describes typical ingredient... more
by Erin Boardman WathenIt is a combo auto biography, science and fitness book all rolled into one self depreciating, pop culture referencing, fully relatable manual where I -speak to my own decade long struggle with sugar/over eating/emotional eating -segue into the science of it all and history of sugar in America -offer the reader a simple yet comprehensive and fully medically vetted 4 step food plan (not a DIET) - list off my own strategies for getting out of sticky food situations and how I live my day to day... more
by Margaret ScofieldI Love You Still: A Memorial Baby Book is a baby memory book specifically made for mothers who've suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth, or neonatal loss. I Love You Still combines aspects of traditional baby books with areas for memorialization and grieving using secular and gender-neutral prompts and imagery. Illustrated by award winning children’s book illustrator Priscilla Alpaugh, I Love You Still captures the lives of families as they were before, during, and after pregnancy or newborn loss: ... more
by Gretchen ScalpiEating right is the key to maintaining good health, but learning how to change bad eating habits can seem difficult or overwhelming. In this clear, concise, and reader-friendly book by nutrition author and entrepreneur Gretchen Scalpi, you’ll discover tips to shopping for and cooking healthy food while saving money.
by Gretchen ScalpiMy name is Gretchen Scalpi and I am a Registered Dietician (RD), a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) and a certified Wellcoach®. I work with people who have pre-diabetes or diabetes almost every day! I wrote this e-book to give you some straightforward information to help answer some of your questions.
by Gretchen ScalpiThis e-book contains 29 of easy-to-make recipes that are gluten free. The author has celiac disease and knows just how challenging selecting food and staying healthy can be!