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by Julian A. CoxThis book clears up the myths related to purifying systems and their use in the home. The fallacies related to air pollutants, asthma, and respiratory disease are examined in light of science, where the human body is championed as the most effective purifying system of all. In place of expensive and ineffective machines, you are shown how to purify the home and work environments in the most efficient, healthy, and cost-effective ways. You also learn the fundamental role that plants play in remov... more
by Pat Hanson, Ph.DBorn of one woman’s quest to become part of the lives of two grandchildren she has been kept from seeing, Invisible Grandparenting provides a blueprint for ‘virtual grandparenting.’ There are millions of Invisible Grandparents who because of personality conflicts, custody issues, distance, or consequences of choices made long ago, have no way to pass values and memories to those who mean the most to them. Using letter writing as a primary tool, it is a handbook for communicating tangible and int... more
by Rachel Straub, MS, CSCS
The exercise will never hurt you—only improper form causes injury. Master the essentials of proper weight training and be safe while performing the squat, lunge, leg press, lat pulldown, reverse fly, bench press, chest fly, shoulder press, shoulder raise, biceps curl, triceps extension, plank, and more!
With over 350 full-color, step-by-step photos, Weight Training Without Injury’s unique, revolutionary approach teaches right from wrong at every step with metic... more
by Dr. Annette Nunez and Maylene Visaya, LPCThis book is designed to demonstrate that a typical child's understanding of friendship is the same as that of a child with autism. A single snapshot of a child is not indicative of whether or not he/she can form deep and meaningful friendships. Every child shows care for one another in different ways. Just because a child with autism may not display what we perceive or interpret as a deep connection, does not mean that the connections aren’t meaningful to them. We hope that this book will teac... more
by Cynthia DamaskosBased on the Fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23, The Holistic Christian Woman takes you through a 10 week journey that will get you on track for a spiritually, emotionally and physically healthy life. This uplifting and inspirational book can be used as an individual study or in a group setting. It arms you with knowledge to make choices that can prevent and even turn disease around. Let this book be your guide to heal the heart mind and soul.
by Laura LaneTWO MOTHERS, ONE PRAYER brings us into the touching world of Childhood cancer. Told from the perspective of two caring mothers who share their intimate conversations as they care for their young daughters. Sharing what it takes to cope during such difficult times. You will be inspired and amazed by their strength and love.
50 Fitness Tips You Wish You Knew: The Best Quick and Easy Ways to Increase Motivation, Lose Weight, Get In Shape, and Stay Healby Derek Doepker50 Fitness Tips You Wish You Knew is collection of the best tips and strategies developed from over nine years of research and experimentation for hacking the mind and body for more motivation, better health, and a leaner body - which can be done without needing a lot of time, money, or willpower. These tips aren't the usual tips you'll find in the "everyday" health and fitness books that often rehash the same old common sense advice we've heard a million times before. Instead, it comes fro... more
by Danielle Brooks
Good Decisions…Most of the Time is an adventure into the foundations of nutrition and the inner workings of your body, where even the smallest change can bring about a dramatic shift in how you look and feel. From the psychology of food to nutritional nuggets, Good Decisions will guide you down your own hallway of life, increase your ability to self-govern effectively around food, and teach you how to be in tune with your body and what it needs.
What You Will Learn:... more
by BookLogix PublishingHow well do you understand what defines your health? Can you wake up one morning and make the decision to go purchase good health? Where would you go? Can you tell Santa Claus that you want him to bring you the gift of good health for Christmas? The federal government and health insurance companies want us to believe that having “health care” can make you healthy. They have presented health care as a means to your health, but it has turned out to be a con job to take over each American’s access ... more
by Bridget Swinney MS, RD
by John PatrickIt’s not disease, dollars, or doctors standing in the way of safe and affordable healthcare. A new health attitude for patients, providers, payers, and policymakers is the solution.
by Eva van LoonThe author decided to take her dead thyroid for a third opinion--with surprising results and the discovery of deep connection with the ailments that today plague so many. That exercise of patient autonomy gave her a new lease on life and a once-more normal thyroid, without a single drug or side effect.
by Lorna Stremcha
*Lose the Baggage, Lose the Weight a woman-to-woman recipe for life Revised Edition is the updated version of Lose the Baggage, Lose the Weight a-woman-to-woman recipe for life. In full disclosure, most the book is the same.
Have you struggled with weight issues for most of your life, and you’re not sure why?
In Lose the Baggage, Lose the Weight, Lorna Stremcha teaches women how to improve their well-being through the P.I.E.S. way of life: physical, i... more
by marie knoetigThe Body Within poses a strong argument to help us understand that we all have the ability to heal ourselves. The case studies in the book help the reader understand where true healing comes from. The case studies also teach the reader how the everyday choices we make not only serve us now but also define the direction our aging is taking right up to the moment of death.. The tone of the book is Chaos breeds Chaos,Balance Breeds Peace.
by Ronit PlotnikLearning disabilities and ADHD belong to a group of difficulties that pose many hardships to children and adolescents in various areas. These problems are heightened especially when children and adolescents are required to adjust to social and learning environments. Even though they are not always overtly visible, these difficulties may cause unique mental and emotional states in children and adolescents, since emotional and behavioral development is closely linked to mental development. ... more
by Debra E. RossAs publisher of KidsOutAndAbout.com since 2001, Debra Ross's mission has been to help parents become their child’s tour guide to this great adventure called life--and to enjoy the trip right along with them. SEASONS AND REASONS is a compilation of Ross's parenting philosophy and advice for cultivating a child's thrill of lifelong learning and discovery. In this book of essays with accompanying photos, Ross offers inspiration and humor as well as concrete strategies for dealing with parenting ... more