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Always Hungry

Author : Summary Reads
ISBN : 1523615761
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Always Hungry? Conquer Cravings, Retain Your Fat Cells, and Lose Weight Permanently by David Ludwig | Summary & Key Takeaways - NOT ORIGINAL BOOK Always Hungry challenges the centuries old methods for healthy eating and weight loss. If you have ever been frustrated by failure after failure to count calories, this approach is for you. You will discover Dr. Ludwig's approach allows calories to work for you. Not all calories are created equal and Dr. Ludwig goes into detail of how he has scientifically discovered this fact. Through a series of three phases the Always Hungry eating plan allows the dieter to kick the cravings that always sabotage the best diet plans on the market. This is not a two week diet trip that you will jump off at first trouble, rather, this is a three phase life journey that will enhance your life and free you from eating foods (even food thought to be good like low-fat foods) that hold your body hostage. Inside this SUMMARY READS Summary & Highlights of Always Hungry: Summary of Each Chapter Key Takeaways (Action Items) BONUS: Free Report about The Tidiest and Messiest Places on Earth - http://sixfigureteen.com/messy.

Healing Our World

Author : Mary J. Ruwart
ISBN : UOM:39015029566422
Genre : Libertarianism
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HEALING OUR WORLD: THE OTHER PIECE OF THE PUZZLE integrates our Judeo-Christian heritage with the personal self-responsibility of the Aquarian Age & the political self-responsibility of the worldwide libertarian movement. Step, by step, in easy-to-understand prose, Dr. Ruwart demonstrates that the health care crisis, environmental destruction, & the plight of the poor are caused, not by selfish others, but by our attempts to control them through ineffective government intervention. In trying to control others, we find ourselves controlled by special interest groups who are empowered by our naivete. Readers of HEALING OUR WORLD can no longer be fooled, however, since they come away with an enlightened view of how the political world really works. The practice of non-aggression (honoring our neighbor's choice & righting our wrongs) creates a win-win world. The author, a biomedical researcher who has been called the "conscience of the Libertarian Party," uses quotes from well-known philosophers & sages, humorous cartoons, & plain common sense to show that universal harmony & abundance are well within our grasp. Historical examples illustrate the effectiveness of non-aggression in the most stringent testing ground of all-the real world. To order: SunStar Press, P.O. Box 342, Kalamazoo, MI 49005-0342. Telephone: 616-375-7410.

The Collapse Of Parenting

Author : Leonard Sax
ISBN : 9780465073849
Genre : Family & Relationships
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In The Collapse of Parenting, physician, psychologist, and internationally acclaimed author Leonard Sax presents data documenting a dramatic decline in the achievement and psychological health of American children. Sax argues that rising levels of obesity, depression, and anxiety among young people—as well as the explosion in prescribing psychiatric medications to kids—can all be traced to parents letting their kids call the shots. Many parents are afraid of seeming too dictatorial and end up abdicating their authority rather than taking a stand with their own children. If kids refuse to eat anything green and demand pizza instead, some parents give in, inadvertently raising children who are more likely to become obese. If children are given smartphones and allowed to spend the bulk of their free time texting, playing video games, and surfing the Internet, they become increasingly reliant on peers and the media for guidance on how to live, rather than getting such guidance at home. And if they won't sit still in class or listen to adults, they're often prescribed medication, a quick fix that actually undermines their self-control. In short, Sax argues, parents are failing to prioritize the parent-child relationship and are allowing a child-peer dynamic to take precedence. The result is children who have no absolute standard of right and wrong, who lack discipline, and who look to their peers and the Internet for direction, instead of looking to their parents. But there is hope. Sax shows how parents can help their kids by reasserting their authority—by limiting time with screens, by encouraging better habits at the dinner table and at bedtime, and by teaching humility and perspective. Drawing on more than twenty-five years of experience as a family physician and psychologist, along with hundreds of interviews with children, parents, and teachers across the United States and around the world, Sax offers a blueprint parents can use to refresh and renew their relationships with their children to help their children thrive in an increasingly complicated world.

A Short History Of Nearly Everything

Author : Bill Bryson
ISBN : 9781409095484
Genre : Science
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Bill Bryson describes himself as a reluctant traveller, but even when he stays safely at home he can't contain his curiosity about the world around him. A Short History of Nearly Everything is his quest to understand everything that has happened from the Big Bang to the rise of civilization - how we got from there, being nothing at all, to here, being us. Bill Bryson's challenge is to take subjects that normally bore the pants off most of us, like geology, chemistry and particle physics, and see if there isn't some way to render them comprehensible to people who have never thought they could be interested in science. The ultimate eye-opening journey through time and space, A Short History of Nearly Everything is the biggest-selling popular science book of the 21st century, and reveals the world in a way most of us have never seen it before.

Doctors

Author : Sherwin B. Nuland
ISBN : 9780307807892
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From the author of How We Die, the extraordinary story of the development of modern medicine, told through the lives of the physician-scientists who paved the way. How does medical science advance? Popular historians would have us believe that a few heroic individuals, possessing superhuman talents, lead an unselfish quest to better the human condition. But as renowned Yale surgeon and medical historian Sherwin B. Nuland shows in this brilliant collection of linked life portraits, the theory bears little resemblance to the truth. Through the centuries, the men and women who have shaped the world of medicine have been not only very human, but also very much the products of their own times and places. Presenting compelling studies of great medical innovators and pioneers, Doctors gives us a fascinating history of modern medicine. Ranging from the legendary Father of Medicine, Hippocrates, to Andreas Vesalius, whose Renaissance masterwork on anatomy offered invaluable new insight into the human body, to Helen Taussig, founder of pediatric cardiology and co-inventor of the original "blue baby" operation, here is a volume filled with the spirit of ideas and the thrill of discovery.

Dieting Makes You Fat

Author : Geoffrey Cannon
ISBN : 075351687X
Genre : Food habits
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The explosive, authoritative and practical answer to the multi-billion-dollar dieting industry, Dieting Makes You Fat explains: Why dieting is a disaster Why the world is getting fat How we can all get into shape The dieting industry is booming, yet so is obesity. Internationally acclaimed author Geoffrey Cannon argues that, far from being the solution to overweight and obesity, dieting is actually part of the problem. For anyone wanting to lose weight, the worst thing they can do is restrict energy from food and drink, because dieting makes you fat. Geoffrey Cannon explains the science and the global politics that are making the world fatter. Including the Seven Golden Rules for lifelong good health and wellbeing, Dieting Makes You Fat now updated in paperback is perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy delicious food without the fear of getting fat.

Getting Religion

Author : Kenneth L. Woodward
ISBN : 9781101907405
Genre : History
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"In this thoughtful book, Ken Woodward offers us a memorable portrait of the past seven decades of American life and culture. From Reinhold Niebuhr to Billy Graham, from Abraham Heschel to the Dali Lama, from George W. Bush to Hillary Clinton, Woodward captures the personalities and charts the philosophical trends that have shaped the way we live now." –Jon Meacham, author of Destiny and Power Impeccably researched, thought-challenging and leavened by wit, Getting Religion, the highly-anticipated new book from Kenneth L. Woodward, is ideal perfect for readers looking to understand how religion came to be a contentious element in 21st century public life. Here the award-winning author blends memoir (especially of the postwar era) with copious reporting and shrewd historical analysis to tell the story of how American religion, culture and politics influenced each other in the second half of the 20th century. There are few people writing today who could tell this important story with such authority and insight. A scholar as well as one of the nation’s most respected journalists, Woodward served as Newsweek’s religion editor for nearly forty years, reporting from five continents and contributing over 700 articles, including nearly 100 cover stories, on a wide range of social issues, ideas and movements. Beginning with a bold reassessment of the Fifties, Woodward’s narrative weaves through Civil Rights era and the movements that followed in its wake: the anti-Vietnam movement; Liberation theology in Latin America; the rise of Evangelicalism and decline of mainline Protestantism; women’s liberation and Bible; the turn to Asian spirituality; the transformation of the family and emergence of religious cults; and the embrace of righteous politics by both the Republican and Democratic Parties. Along the way, Woodward provides riveting portraits of many of the era’s major figures: preachers like Billy Graham and Jerry Falwell; politicians Mario Cuomo and Hillary Clinton; movement leaders Daniel Berrigan, Abraham Joshua Heschel, and Richard John Neuhaus; influential thinkers ranging from Erik Erikson to Elizabeth Kubler-Ross; feminist theologians Rosemary Reuther and Elizabeth Schussler-Fiorenza; and est impresario Werner Erhardt; plus the author’s long time friend, the Dalai Lama. For readers interested in how religion, economics, family life and politics influence each other, Woodward introduces fresh a fresh vocabulary of terms such as “embedded religion,” “movement religion” and “entrepreneurial religion” to illuminate the interweaving of the secular and sacred in American public life. This is one of those rare books that changes the way Americans think about belief, behavior and belonging.

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