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  • Obesity: It's NOT what YOU THINK it is!: A unique perspective to mastering your health and weight

    by Richard Fast

    Frustrated with weight or health issues?

    You’re likely suffering from malnutrition. Most people get lots of calories but few nutrients and that means at the cellular level, they’re virtually starving. The only possible result of being overfed and undernourished is obesity, premature aging, cognitive decline, and disease.

    It may surprise you to know that millions of so-called “skinny” people are just as likely to be obese as p... more

  • I'm A Homeschool Kid

    by Eileen Lord
    Learning doesn't only happen at a desk. Follow this homeschooler as she shows you all the ways she learns in her own neighborhood in a week.
  • Fencebat

    by Jim Schneider
    Take a glimpse into author and journalist Jim Schneider's life at the beginning of 2020 as his family's daily routine turned upside down through the new reality of lockdowns, shutdowns, and closures. Fencebat: A Big Kid's Guide to Parenting, Personal Growth, and Play reveals how Jim grappled with everything by blogging and chronicling his life. Every day. For 450 days. Jim didn't hold back. He wrote about the trials and tribulations of making unholy choices between safety and sanity, grocery ... more
  • Tinkle Tinkle Little One: Sing Along and Learn to Potty

    by DeCarol Jovanovic
    Potty time can be a fun and positive experience for young children. Let Tinkle Tinkle Little One guide your little one through this essential milestone with joy and laughter. In Tinkle Tinkle Little One, children will discover a fun and engaging way to listen to their bodies and recognize when it's time to use the potty. By following simple steps and singing along to the catchy Tinkle Tinkle Little One song, potty training becomes an exciting adventure. This charming book is an ideal gift for... more
  • I See My Baby

    by Alicia Hurtt

    "I See My Baby" is a poignant and inspiring memoir that chronicles the personal journey of Alicia Hurtt as she navigates the challenges of infertility, depression, and a crisis of faith. With raw honesty and vulnerability, Alicia shares her experiences of feeling like less of a woman due to her struggles with conceiving, and the emotional toll it takes on her and her relationships.

    Throughout the book, Alicia takes readers on her transformative journey of overcoming these obst... more

  • Reversing Type 2 Diabetes, Kidney Disease, and Heart Disease; Exposing Longevity & Old Age Secrets to Living into Your 90s

    by Veltisezar Bautista

    Hello, World!

    I thought I was going to die.

    On that day, 26 years ago, while hooked to several machines in a hospital in Michigan, U.S.A, the doctor told me I had a massive heart attack that caused extensive bleeding; I was devastated.

    It was a shocker! Why? What happened? I asked myself.

    But I didn’t die.

    God kept me alive. I was then 63; I am now 90. 

     

    The above is an excerpt from Chapter 1 of the book, Reversing Type 2 Diabe... more

  • Nurse Florence®, What is Type 2 Diabetes?

    by Michael Dow
    Jean, Condi, and Sonia meet Nurse Florence in the cafeteria during lunch. They were just talking about how disruptive climate change could be to the world. They ask her to discuss a disease that could affect the whole body. Nurse Florence teaches them about Type 2 Diabetes. She discusses the pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, how to get diagnosed, treatment options and prevention strategies.
  • Move For You

    by Brigitte Cutshall
    Unleash the power of movement. Maybe you feel exercise is just another boring thing on your do-to list, like organizing your sock drawer. Or it’s something you’ll get to eventually—after all the other important things are done. You don’t have to be a superhero or an athlete to add movement into your routine. Your personal health journey is about finding happiness in movement and the joy in discovering what lightens your heart. Whether it’s hiking in the mountains, dancing in your living r... more
  • Faith Over Technology

    by J.A. Thomas

    "Do not conform to the pattern of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind." -- Romans 12:2

    Does God want me to use social media? Is it ethical for me to use a cell phone app, like Tik Tok, Twitter, or Facebook, that can potentially harm other people?

    In this revolutionary follow-up to the parent and law enforcement-acclaimed social media addiction book Delete Me, technology addiction specialist and Christian therapist J.A. Thomas offers the l... more

  • Unhunched: Discover Wellness Through Posture

    by Aesha Tahir
    In the digital age, technology has become a constant in our daily lives, but this convenience comes at what cost? Our modern work culture’s obsession with efficiency and multitasking is reducing the awareness of our bodies. We are forgetting the long-term implications of sitting hunched over our desks for extended periods. The posture we practice at work becomes the new normal for our bodies. In Unhunched, movement specialist Aesha Tahir reveals how our distorted posture is leading to physical p... more
  • Vaginal Prolapse Colpocleisis LeFort Surgery A Personal Story

    by Judith Cutler
    Vaginal prolapse is a painful, embarrassing condition which adversely affects the lives of countless women. It is usually a secret women do not share with anyone except their partner or doctor. I only wish that the gynecologists who treated me over the years had said even one word about prolapse prevention. I feel very let down by them. It could have been prevented. I hope the advice in this book helps to prevent it for others. Tell women. Share the information. This is a story of sadness, reco... more
  • The Joy and Love of Childhood. How to Change the World While Changing Diapers

    by Maisie Young
    Women face impossible choices when we discover too late that the modern fairy tale we’ve been sold of “having it all” is a real-life nightmare. This book tells the truth about the heart-breaking realities that affect unsuspecting new mothers, and seeks to help women avoid the traps, so they can focus on being the mothers they want to be. A must-read for both future and current moms, this book identifies and analyzes the hurdles women face as they seek to go beyond the basics and focus on the ... more
  • Ткач Самооцінки Affirmation Weaver: A Children's Relaxation Story: Історія про віру в себе (Ukr

    by Lori Lite
    Діти люблять перетворювати невпевненість в собі в віру в себе. Діти будуть пов’язувати себе з дельфіном в цій історії, так як морські істоти показують йому, як повірити в себе. Спостерігайте, як самооцінка дитини зростає, коли морські жителі плетуть плетіння з позитивних сегментів. Ця техніка може використовуватися для зміцнення самооцінки, досягнення цілей, зняття стресу та тривоги. Ця підбадьорлива історія викличе посмішку на вашому обличчі та дасть вашим дітям механізм підвищення самооцінки, ... more
  • Climbing Out of Depression

    by Jacklyn Brown
    It has been written, I have unusual insight into the problems of human existence. My ability to assist people on their journey to overcome life's challenges comes from an inner wellspring of Spirit. Additionally, my studies help me analyze how and why things work in our lives. Credentials and degrees are the usual criteria for works such as this book. I have qualifications, just not ones that fit into the expected norm. By profession, I am a counselor, motivational speaker, and writer. I have be... more
  • Debunking Teenagers

    by Daphne Adler
    Why are teenagers constantly tempted to behave recklessly, and what can parents do about it? Why is telling your son or daughter to “just say no” a hopelessly ineffective strategy? How do imaginary peers influence your adolescent’s decisions? Why does the focus on reforming bullies and supporting victims miss the point entirely? What are the real perils facing children online, and how should parents respond? Why are teens constantly taking selfies? And how can you keep your child safe behind th... more
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