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Health, Diet & Parenting
by Richard David Feinman￼The World Turned Upside Down is the story of nutrition, biochemistry and metabolism — how you process the food that you eat —as well as the practical application of science to daily life. Written from the perspective of a distinguished biochemist, The World Turned Upside Down challenges the fear-mongers: Chapter 8 Sugar, fructose and fructophobia explains that sugar is a food, not a poison, but it is a carbohydrate. Chapter 9 gives a perspective on Saturated fat. On your plate or in your 0blood... more
by Mary RossA fun, rhyming, character building, thoughts filled journey, aiding in the development of positive thinking patterns. It is a time-tested, scientifically proven principle of life that we become what we think. Positive thinking helps kids succeed above the curve in all areas of life. If your thoughts stink your life will too! Happy kids make happy parents!
by Ray Anthony JamesVeggie Rhapsody: I want you in my Lunch! uses a rhythmic story and whimsical characters to build vital subconscious links between a child's mind and the importance of healthy eating. The crunch and munch refrain gets children humming the book and creates positive links to eating vegetables.
by Dr. Terry Lynch
by Jack C. WestmanThe Cancer Solution: Taking Charge of Your Life with Cancer offers a usable handbook for cancer for both patients and health care professionals. Dr. Westman's personal experience with cancer led him to extensively research the current state of cancer care. He found strategies and techniques outside of the mainstream cancer field that have shown promising results. His book empowers patients to take control of their life with cancer and to advocate for improving cancer research and treatment.
by Gabriel AgboThis book is about how to receive divine healing. Can God still heal? Yes! Can we live in good and perfect health today? Yes! Our God is the same yesterday, today and forevermore. Expect your healing as you read. Here, you will read some incredible testimonies that will instantly increase your faith in God and His unlimited ability and wiliness to intervene even in worst situations. For example, God still cures incurable and terminal diseases. He still raises the dead. Have you read about a ma... more
by Dr. John Sloan, MDEveryone seems to believe that diet influence health: trans-fat plugs your arteries, we are threatened by an epidemic of obesity and diabetes caused by too much junk food, salt is a silent killer, raw, coarse grains cleanse the bowels and prevent cancer. But where did such ideas come from? The average person likely believes that these ideas – which are widely held and often repeated by medical experts, media pundits and popular culture – have been proven by medical science. Not so fast.... more
by Damon DyeUnrecognized and devastating – gambling addiction affects two million Americans but even more hidden are the loved ones that become innocent victims. “Know When to Hold ‘Em: A guide for spouses of problem gamblers” is a resource specifically written with the spouse in mind and is focused on healing techniques for loved ones and the couple. Problem gambling is a treatable but traumatic addiction that has a significant impact beyond the gambler. The deception, loss of security, and perceived ho... more
by Kevin HaselhorstVeteran emergency physician Kevin Haselhorst advocates for dying with dignity through personal empowerment and spiritual awareness in his thought-provoking book of wishes that inspires and guides advance care planning.
by Getty Israel, MPHWhen Poor Was Healthy challenges the conventional belief that drug medications and invasive therapies are necessary to treat chronic diseases that often can be prevented and reversed through simple but effective healthy lifestyle changes. It contends that individuals of all socioeconomic levels can make modest behavioral changes to improve their health. Then it guides the reader through the process.
by Mari J. HahnFinally a book about gut health that doesn’t make you give up your favorite foods: Gut Guide 101: Three Weeks to Better Digestion & Increased Energy. Don’t mistake Gut Guide 101 for a diet or weightloss program. This 21 day program will help to heal your gut and make you feel better than you have in years. You may already know that 70% of your immune system is in your gut. With Gut Guide 101, you’ll learn about the gut’s crucial role in keeping you healthy – from boosting immunity and absorb... more
by Lisa Bates
Barbies in the Horse Bin ~ Living Better with Organized Children
The single biggest mistake that parents make when teaching their children organizational skills is this: It is EASIER to do things yourself! You know this, I know this yet we cannot seem to stop doing it. You as the adult, do things faster, more efficiently, better and with less mess. Additionally, if you do it yourself, you do not have to listen to complaining, backtalk, sighing,... more
by Christopher A. MichaelsHaving a baby is a true undertaking. You can’t just survive it, you have to be a part of it - especially if you’re married or plan on being an active father. If you try to skate by and let momma make the decisions, or care for the kiddo, you’re already on her shit-list. Being an active father starts by being involved in the decision making process every step of the way. Poop Flies at 35 m.p.h. isn't another "survival guide;" but a participation guide for how dads can be involved in every step of... more
by Shipra PrakashLife is good - except when crazy stuff get to us. Here are 45 of them - which are based on truth, and have actually happened. For example - how forgetting your ID, like a driver's license, can lead to your arrest. Or how that sandwich you bought can have an insect in it. Ugh.
by Steve PetrouA woman's epic journey and quest for salvation on the road to motherhood. The journey of trying to fall pregnant, then the various IVF tries accompanied with the scares and heartaches of pregnancy and giving birth. Mother and baby fighting for their lives in different hospitals. It is a story of pain , despair and hope.
by Harry FloydIn 'Panic,' author Harry Floyd shares his own struggle with anxiety in an effort to guide others who suffer with this often debilitating condition. Among other topics, 'Panic' discusses anticipation and its role in anxiety, how to react when anxiety strikes, understanding the life cycle of a panic attack, trying new habits to combat the condition, trusting oneself, and how openness can make a difference.