Kitchen Cures

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ISBN: 9780143188896
Release Date: 2013-08-20
Number of pages: 320
Author: Peggy Kotsopoulos
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Kitchen Cures in PDF and EPUB In Kitchen Cures, television personality and holistic nutritionist Peggy Kotsopoulos shows you how to alleviate common health conditions with a diet that’s rich in flavour and nutrient-dense whole foods. Whether you have low energy or excess belly fat that you just can’t lose, are suffering from conditions triggered by inflammation or countless other health issues, Kitchen Cures is a unique resource that makes the simple connection between food and how you look and feel.


Vitamania

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ISBN: 9780698192218
Release Date: 2015-02-24
Number of pages: 336
Author: Catherine Price
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Vitamania in PDF and EPUB "A hidden, many-faceted, and urgent story." --Booklist, *STARRED* Most of us know nothing about vitamins. What’s more, what we think we know is harming both our personal nutrition and our national health. By focusing on vitamins at the expense of everything else, we’ve become blind to the bigger picture: despite our belief that vitamins are an absolute good—and the more of them, the better—vitamins are actually small and surprisingly mysterious pieces of a much larger nutritional puzzle. In Vitamania, award-winning journalist Catherine Price offers a lucid and lively journey through our cherished yet misguided beliefs about vitamins, and reveals a straightforward, blessedly anxiety-free path to enjoyable eating and good health. When vitamins were discovered a mere century ago, they changed the destiny of the human species by preventing and curing many terrifying diseases. Yet it wasn’t long before vitamins spread from labs of scientists into the realm of food marketers and began to take on a life of their own. By the end of the Second World War, vitamins were available in forms never before seen in nature—vitamin gum, vitamin doughnuts, even vitamin beer—and their success showed food manufacturers that adding synthetic vitamins to otherwise nutritionally empty products could convince consumers that they were healthy. The era of “vitamania,” as one 1940s journalist called it, had begun. Though we’ve gained much from our embrace of vitamins, what we’ve lost is a crucial sense of perspective. Vitamins may be essential to our lives, but they are not the only important substances in food. By buying into a century of hype and advertising, we have accepted the false idea that particular dietary chemicals can be used as shortcuts to health—whether they be antioxidants or omega-3s or, yes, vitamins. And it’s our vitamin-inspired desire for effortless shortcuts that created today’s dietary supplement industry, a veritable Wild West of overpromising “miracle” substances that can be legally sold without any proof that they are effective or safe. For the countless individuals seeking to maximize their health and who consider vitamins to be the keys to well-being, Price’s Vitamania will be a game-changing look into the roots of America’s ongoing nutritional confusion. Her travels to vitamin manufacturers and food laboratories and military testing kitchens—along with her deep dive into the history of nutritional science— provide a witty and dynamic narrative arc that binds Vitamania together. The result is a page-turning exploration of the history, science, hype, and future of nutrition. And her ultimate message is both inspiring and straightforward: given all that we don’t know about vitamins and nutrition, the best way to decide what to eat is to stop obsessing and simply embrace this uncertainty head-on. By exposing our extraordinary psychological rela¬tionship with vitamins and challenging us to question our beliefs, Vitamania won’t just change the way we think about vitamins. It will change the way we think about food. From the Hardcover edition.


The Founding Foodies

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ISBN: 1402258992
Release Date: 2010-11-01
Number of pages: 336
Author: Dave DeWitt
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

Download and read online The Founding Foodies in PDF and EPUB Who Were the Original Foodies? Beyond their legacy as revolutionaries and politicians, the Founding Fathers of America were first and foremost a group of farmers. Passionate about the land and the bounty it produced, their love of food and the art of eating created what would ultimately become America's diverse food culture. Like many of today's foodies, the Founding Fathers were ardent supporters of sustainable farming and ranching, exotic imported foods, brewing, distilling, and wine appreciation. Washington, Jefferson, and Franklin penned original recipes, encouraged local production of beer and wine, and shared their delight in food with friends and fellow politicians. In The Founding Foodies, food writer Dave DeWitt entertainingly describes how some of America's most famous colonial leaders not only established America's political destiny, but also revolutionized the very foods we eat. Features over thirty authentic colonial recipes, including: Thomas Jefferson's ice cream A recipe for beer by George Washington Martha Washington's fruitcake Medford rum punch Terrapin soup


Camp 4

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ISBN: 9781594852824
Release Date: 2013-01-31
Number of pages: 256
Author: Steve Roper
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books

Download and read online Camp 4 in PDF and EPUB * Includes stories of such greats as Royal Robbins, Yvon Chouinard, Allen Steck, and Warren Harding * Captures the raucous, outrageous, innovative spirit of climbing in Yosemie during this period * Portrays the advances in equipment and style that revolutionized big-wall climbing In the 1960's, California's Yosemite Valley was the center of the rock-climbing universe. Young nonconformists -- many of them the finest rock climbers in the world -- channeled their energy toward the largely untouched walls and cracks. Soon climbers from around the globe were coming to Camp 4 -- gathering spot for the creators of the Golden Age of Yosemite climbing -- to see what all the fuss was about. Climber and author Steve Roper spent most of 10 years living in the Yosemite Valley with its intriguing inhabitants. Camp 4 is his take on the era's top climbers and the influences behind their achievements. The text is full of stories both hilarious and revealing about the likes of bolt-disdaining Royal Robbins; fun-loving, big-wall expert Warren Harding; free-climber Frank Sacherer; multi-talented Chuck Pratt; master craftsman Yvon Chouinard; and ill-fated Mark Powell. Roper also tips his hat to the elder statesmen of the 1930s and 1940s who pioneered early, important climbs in the valley. Camp 4 looks at the most significant climbs, and the most riveting controversies of a legendary era. With more than 50 fascinating historical photographs, most never before published, Camp 4 is the definitive history of Yosemite climbing during this period.


Christianity Matters

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ISBN: 0692804552
Release Date: 2016-11-28
Number of pages: 272
Author: David Maloof
Publisher:

Download and read online Christianity Matters in PDF and EPUB In Christianity Matters, David Maloof provides a survey of the trends that moved civilization forward, placing the work of history's great individual Christian peace and justice activists who followed the pure message of the Beatitudes and inspired those trends into context. "A hopeful account of how faithful Christians have contributed to a better world ... clear evidence that one person can make a difference ... a challenge to each of us to live what we claim to believe." -- Marie Dennis, Co-President of Pax Christi International "David Maloof's Christianity Matters is a thoughtful, compelling analysis of the impact of Christ's life on humanity, told through the actions of those inspired by Jesus ... a great read." -- Jay Sullivan, Author of Raising Gentle Men: Lives at the Orphanage Edge "A lovely book and an accurate one." -- Professor Rodney Stark, Baylor University Distinguished Professor of the Social Sciences, Author of The Rise of Christianity Dave Maloof has over the years distinguished himself as one of America's leading international lawyers, as an award winning investigative reporter seen on public television, as an Adjunct Professor, and as a powerful international peace activist pressing for human rights reforms and peace in the Middle East.


Easy Campfire Cooking

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ISBN: 1565237242
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 127
Author: Peg Couch
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated

Download and read online Easy Campfire Cooking in PDF and EPUB Great recipes for a camping trip or a backyard bonfire! Includes grilling tips and family-fun activities.


Clean Gut

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ISBN: 9780062075895
Release Date: 2013-04-30
Number of pages: 256
Author: Alejandro Junger
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online Clean Gut in PDF and EPUB In Clean Gut, Alejandro Junger, M.D, New York Times bestselling author of Clean and creator of the world-famous Clean Program, delivers a complete toolkit for reversing disease and sustaining life-long health. All of today’s most-diagnosed ailments can be traced back to an injured and irritated gut. The gut is an intricate and powerful system, naturally designed to protect and heal the body every moment of every day And yet for far too many of us, this remarkable system is in disrepair, which leads to all kinds of health problems—from extra pounds, aches and pains, allergies, mood swings, and lack of libido, to heart disease, cancer, autoimmune disorders, insomnia, and depression. But we no longer have to be sick to get healthy. In this groundbreaking program, Alejandro Junger, M.D. explains how instead of treating the symptoms as they arise, we can preemptively attack disease before it takes root in the gut. No matter your current state of health, you will benefit from this program: Clean Gut will help you put an end to everyday ailments, reverse chronic disease, and achieve true, long-lasting health.


The Pun Also Rises

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ISBN: 9781101513866
Release Date: 2011-04-14
Number of pages: 240
Author: John Pollack
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online The Pun Also Rises in PDF and EPUB A former word pun champion's funny, erudite, and provocative exploration of puns, the people who make them, and this derided wordplay's remarkable impact on history. The pun is commonly dismissed as the lowest form of wit, and punsters are often unpopular for their obsessive wordplay. But such attitudes are relatively recent developments. In The Pun Also Rises, John Pollack-a former World Pun Champion and presidential speechwriter for Bill Clinton-explains why such wordplay is significant: It both revolutionized language and played a pivotal role in making the modern world possible. Skillfully weaving together stories and evidence from history, brain science, pop culture, literature, anthropology, and humor, The Pun Also Rises is an authoritative yet playful exploration of a practice that is common, in one form or another, to virtually every language on earth. At once entertaining and educational, this engaging book answers fundamental questions: Just what is a pun, and why do people make them? How did punning impact the development of human language, and how did that drive creativity and progress? And why, after centuries of decline, does the pun still matter? Watch a Video


The Gut Makeover

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ISBN: 9781784297732
Release Date: 2015-12-31
Number of pages: 256
Author: Jeannette Hyde
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online The Gut Makeover in PDF and EPUB 'LIFE-CHANGING. THE MOST PRACTICAL GUT GUIDE.' Dr Rangan Chatterjee of BBC1's Doctor in the House Transform your body with this 4-week health plan for a healthier mind and body. This is more than another fad diet. This is a lifestyle you'll want to adopt for life. Revolutionary new science has shown that the state of our gut is central to our weight, health, immune system and mood. Packed with easy-to-follow advice, the latest science, meal plans and delicious recipes, The Gut Makeover is a radical new approach to eating and living. The Gut Makeover is the only book you'll need to control your weight, improve your skin, sleep better, lift your spirits, and strengthen your immune system for good. 'I dropped a dress size. I feel mentally clearer, far less emotional, have got rid of an ongoing chest infection and sleep better on a regular basis than I have in months. So much so that a few months later I'm still eating according to the plan, which doesn't feel like a hassle at all.' The Times


Bulletin of the Taylor Society

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ISBN: UOM:39015057290093
Release Date: 1922
Number of pages:
Author: Taylor Society
Publisher:

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The Food Prescription for Better Health a Cardiologist s Proven Method to Reverse Heart Disease Diabetes Obesity and Other Chronic Illnesses Naturally

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ISBN: 0983128715
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 189
Author: Baxter D. Montgomery
Publisher:

Download and read online The Food Prescription for Better Health a Cardiologist s Proven Method to Reverse Heart Disease Diabetes Obesity and Other Chronic Illnesses Naturally in PDF and EPUB Are you or a loved one suffering from high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease or some other chronic condition? If so, this book may just change your life. Did you know that many ailments considered incurable can be effectively treated through nutrition? Dr. Baxter Montgomery, an experienced cardiologist and expert in nutrition, has the proof in The Food Prescription for Better Health. Filled with sound scientific facts and easy to follow guidelines, this book will help you revolutionize your health. Book Features: Outlines the poor health condition of Americans Provides a detailed description of how the body works Tells the real story of what healthy food is, dispelling many myths Describes how proper nutrition is important for optimal health Provides a step-by-step approach to reverse your health problems using nutrition Shows scientific evidence for the efficacy of the program


Reversing Human Aging

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ISBN: 0688153844
Release Date: 1997-06-01
Number of pages: 160
Author: Michael Fossel
Publisher: Quill

Download and read online Reversing Human Aging in PDF and EPUB Explains the effects of aging on the human body and describes groundbreaking medical advances in age reversal, citing their potential cures for cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's, and stroke


The Food Explorer

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ISBN: 9781101990605
Release Date: 2018-02-20
Number of pages: 400
Author: Daniel Stone
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online The Food Explorer in PDF and EPUB The true adventures of David Fairchild, a late-nineteenth-century food explorer who traveled the globe and introduced diverse crops like avocados, mangoes, seedless grapes--and thousands more--to the American plate In the nineteenth century, American meals were about subsistence, not enjoyment. But as a new century approached, appetites broadened, and David Fairchild, a young botanist with an insatiable lust to explore and experience the world, set out in search of foods that would enrich the American farmer and enchant the American eater. Kale from Croatia, mangoes from India, and hops from Bavaria. Peaches from China, avocados from Chile, and pomegranates from Malta. Fairchild's finds weren't just limited to food: From Egypt he sent back a variety of cotton that revolutionized an industry, and via Japan he introduced the cherry blossom tree, forever brightening America's capital. Along the way, he was arrested, caught diseases, and bargained with island tribes. But his culinary ambition came during a formative era, and through him, America transformed into the most diverse food system ever created.


Fast Food Nation

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ISBN: 9780547750330
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 362
Author: Eric Schlosser
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Download and read online Fast Food Nation in PDF and EPUB Explores the homogenization of American culture and the impact of the fast food industry on modern-day health, economy, politics, popular culture, entertainment, and food production.


The Third Plate

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ISBN: 9780698163751
Release Date: 2014-05-20
Number of pages: 496
Author: Dan Barber
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online The Third Plate in PDF and EPUB “Not since Michael Pollan has such a powerful storyteller emerged to reform American food.” —The Washington Post Today’s optimistic farm-to-table food culture has a dark secret: the local food movement has failed to change how we eat. It has also offered a false promise for the future of food. In his visionary New York Times–bestselling book, chef Dan Barber, recently showcased on Netflix’s Chef’s Table, offers a radical new way of thinking about food that will heal the land and taste good, too. Looking to the detrimental cooking of our past, and the misguided dining of our present, Barber points to a future “third plate”: a new form of American eating where good farming and good food intersect. Barber’s The Third Plate charts a bright path forward for eaters and chefs alike, daring everyone to imagine a future for our national cuisine that is as sustainable as it is delicious. From the Trade Paperback edition.