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by Marisa Moon, NBC-HWCFast smarter, not harder, with this complete guide to intermittent fasting as a way of life. Not So Fast is a #1 New Release for a compelling reason: other fasting methods lead to results that are short-lived—or, no results at all. Why is that? Because, although intermittent fasting seems like such a simple concept, seven crucial factors complicate the journey and affect its success: 1) The fasting window, 2) The diet and dieting history, 3) Sleep, 4) Stress, 5) Activity level, 6) Hormonal and m... more
by Dr. Josh ReddFor millions of adults suffering from chronic pain, fatigue, depression, and other health issues, The Inflammatory Reset by Dr. Josh Redd offers a 30-day solution to conquering the root cause: inflammation. Embark on a journey to wellness with The Inflammatory Reset—an innovative guide addressing the root cause of widespread health issues. In a national epidemic of fatigue, chronic pain, obesity, depression and autoimmune disease, inflammation emerges as a common adversary inordinately affect... more
Finding the Inner Strength to move Forward: A moving and inspirational story of my struggle with Depression.by Deryck RommIn his autobiography, Deryck Romm shares his personal experience with depression and provides an honest description of his emotional journey. Deryck takes the reader on a thorough trip that begins in childhood and progresses through various periods of youth and early adulthood, asking them to delve into the depths of his emotions, sorrow, and accomplishments.
by Dr. Emilie WilsonConcerned about the hidden dangers postpartum women face, from chronic mental health issues to cardiometabolic conditions? In the face of a maternal healthcare crisis, where women's lives are increasingly at risk, knowledge becomes power. In POST, Dr. Emilie Wilson presents a groundbreaking guide that sheds light on a stark reality: maternal mortality rates are soaring, yet most of these deaths are preventable. Beyond the delivery room, postpartum women face a hidden danger: the risk of chron... more
by Carola Hauer PHDthe book addresses the often misunderstood long-term consequences of "complex trauma", which is trauma that occurred between the ages of 0 - 18. New insights into the phenomenon that is perhaps better understood these days by clinicians and professionals working in mental health, but it is still not very well understood by the survivors themselves as well as their supporters, by first responders and or law enforcement, as well as by significant parts of the medical community, the department of ... more
by Kumara Sidhartha MD MPHInspired by real-life health events of nine individuals, the book features them in their fictitious names and a fantastical plot. The narrative leaves a trail of ‘secrets’ informing how the human body operates and what it wants to maintain an excellent state of health. The plot is sprinkled with sweeping wisdom from the epic scriptures of ancient India to the captivating history of Roman gladiators and their nutritional fitness. The story unfolds, painting a simplified roadmap to better health.... more
by Andreas BakuFast food has become a staple for many of us. It's convenient, quick, and often irresistible. Fast Food Made Healthy, is your ultimate guide to making smarter choices and transforming your fast food experience into a nourishing one. This book doesn't tell you to avoid fast food altogether; instead, it empowers you to opt for better sides, drinks, and main features. ...less is more, and this book will show you how.
Eat the Cupcake, Savor the Champagne: The "KISS" Way to Healthy Weight, Keep It Simple, Sweetheart (The "KISS" Plan)by Sophia Elan
“I love food; I eat carbs; I don’t fear fat; I drink wine; I don’t count calories; I don’t count steps; and I don’t belong to a gym.” A unique description of a weight loss guide that encourages you to eat, drink and be merry…
That’s exactly what “Eat the Cupcake, Not the Cake” is intended to be - an unconventional, but common sense, approach to a common societal problem.
If you’re frustr... more
by Aurisha Smolarski, MA, LMFTAs a parent, you want your child to feel safe, secure, and confident their needs will be met. But when you’re sharing custody, this can be difficult. You may feel lost, confused, or at war with your co-parent, and in the end, nobody wins—especially not your kid. So, how can you and your co-parent get on the same page when it comes to building a secure foundation for your child in two homes? This book will help you get started.
by Matt Puchalski
In "A Pandemic Gardening Journal," author Matt Puchalski shares a captivating account of finding solace and meaning in gardening during the challenging times of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, this must-read book takes readers through Matt's transformative journey from an urban backyard filled with concrete and trash to a vibrant oasis of life. Filled with gorgeous pictures, practical gardening advice, and personal reflections, the book not only chro... more
The Apothecary of a Home Herbalist: A Beginners Guide to Creating Homemade Herbal Remedies, Soaps, Salves, Skincare & Moreby Shelby WelbornDiscover how to enhance your wellbeing and live a longer, healthier, and more fulfilled life by introducing herbs into your everyday routine. The use of herbal medicine and herbalism is often touted as "New Age" despite their long, storied histories of helping people with various conditions and treatments. Throughout history, many have relied on various types of herbal remedies to solve problems, from common ailments to improving their overall health and well-being. Herbs offer many benefits, of... more
by Jayne Ann OsborneWhen mommies get sick, and sometimes they do, how do things change for me and for you? Whether it’s a 24 hour bug, a months long struggle, or a chronic condition, everyone gets sick… including mothers. Inspired by every mother who has ever experienced illness and by the children who help get us through it, “When Mommies Get Sick” helps empower young readers to make the most of it when their mother experiences illness or injury. This book serves as a colorful, fun, yet practical resource for t... more
by Liv Hunziker
"A luminous, captivating exploration of ordinary existence that bursts with spiritual meaning." —Kirkus Reviews.
Imagine: your unspoken questions being voiced by a stranger hiking the interior of West Papua. Then imagine the feeling of being truly heard, by a mother listening to Schweizer-Deutsch in a barn in rural Switzerland . . . ... more
by Chai Ling Low
In "Get Your Sexy Back: Biohacking Your Menopause Journey," Dr. Low Chai Ling dismantles long-standing myths and presents a revolutionary new look at menopause, a life stage that nearly every woman will encounter. As a renowned medical doctor with a specialization in aesthetics, nutrition, and wellness, Dr. Low fuses her clinical expertise with personal anecdotes to offer a unique vantage point on this complex subject.
While menopause has often been shrouded in misinformation ... more
by Chai Ling LowChatGPT ChatGPT "Get Your Sexy Back: Biohacking Your Menopause Journey" is a groundbreaking guide for women navigating the complexities of menopause. Authored by a medical professional with a rich background in aesthetics, nutrition, and wellness, this book redefines the menopausal experience, transforming it from a phase of decline into a period of rejuvenation and empowerment. Challenging entrenched myths, the book illuminates how certain dietary fats, often vilified, are actually benef... more
by William Driscoll
This book, based on 40 medical journal articles, describes how you can prevent a heart attack or stroke, by starting with an artery screening test. This screening test is safe, simple, and available without a doctor’s order. If you obtain the test and it shows you have artery clogging, you can work with your doctor to reduce your level of “bad” LDL cholesterol, which causes artery clogging and heart disease. Healthy lifestyle choices and statin therapy are options to reduce ... more