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Are You Eating Something Green

Author : Ryan Sias
ISBN : 160905010X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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GREENIE LIKES TO EAT: red strawberries, green peas, yellow peppers, purple plums, and orange carrots! What color foods do you like to eat? Meet Greenie, a new mealtime mascot for young diners everywhere. With 36 full-color placemats, Greenie helps little eaters choose from a rainbow of different fruits and vegetables. It's a fun way for kids to learn colors and what foods are delicious and nutritious. On the back of each placemat, the food is drawn in black line for coloring.

Nutrition And Health In The Bible

Author : Kathleen O'Bannon
ISBN : 9781418587413
Genre : Religion
File Size : 67. 84 MB
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Discover the World's Most Proven Health Plan You want to be healthy, but all those diet fads have left you hungry for something more. There's one Plan for healthy living that's guaranteed to satisfy and that's God's plan! With The Smart Guide to the Bible: Nutrition and Health in the Bible you'll get all your needs met: mind, body, and soul. You'll be amazed at the complete information the Bible contains about nutrition, health, exercise, weight loss, food, cooking, fasting, and remedies. And, of course, it all aligns with the latest in scientific research. No surprise there; after all, God designed the human body and knows what's best to keep it healthy! Get started on the world's most proven health plan today! Be Smart About: Weight Loss Eating to Combat Disease Exercise Fasting Biblical Diets Bible-based Recipes & Remedies Healthy Living for Your Family And More!

The Green Knight

Author : Iris Murdoch
ISBN : 9781101501641
Genre : Fiction
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Full of suspense, humor, and symbolism, this magnificently crafted and magical novel replays biblical and medieval themes in contemporary London. An attempt by the sharp, feral, and uncommonly intelligent Lucas Graffe to murder his sensual and charismatic half-brother Clement is interrupted by a stranger—whom Lucas strikes and leaves for dead. When the stranger mysteriously reappears, with specific demands for reparation, the Graffes’ circle of idiosyncratic family and friends is disrupted—for the demands are bizarre, intrusive, and ultimately fatal.

Exploring Your Dreams

Author : Ruth Snowden
ISBN : 9781848034976
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 70. 91 MB
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Use this dream handbook to decode hidden aspects of your psyche, as well as to inspire you to grow and achieve personal goals Dreams are an integral part of who we are and carry valuable messages. They can reveal our true selves, unmasking our fears, hostilities, hidden talents and desires. Enabling us to explore and learn from hidden aspects of the psyche, dreams can teach you a lot about yourself and others, helping you with problems and guiding you throughout your life. This book gives advice and guidance on exploring and interpreting your dreams, and using them for personal and creative development. It includes: * The place of dreams in human culture. * How to prepare for, and how to record your dreams. * Dream analysis, including common dream types and the strange but powerful world of symbolism. * Advanced dream exploration, including joining a dream group and working with others.

Visiting Mr Green

Author : Jeff Baron
ISBN : 0822216817
Genre : Drama
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THE STORY: Mr. Green, an elderly, retired dry cleaner, wanders into New York traffic and is almost hit by a car driven by Ross Gardiner, a 29-year-old corporate executive. The young man is given a community service of helping the recent widower onc

Be The Change You Want To See In The World

Author : Julie Fisher-McGarry
ISBN : 1573242977
Genre : Nature
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In Be the Change You Want to See in the World, Julie Fisher-McGarry speaks to the burgeoning eco-conscious-consumer market on how to dwell well on a daily basis. Organized by month, she includes tips on living green, where to purchase organic and fair-trade products, how to unplug from the grid, supporting local economies, and nourishing the earth and creating a sustainable lifestyle.

What In God S Name Are You Eating

Author : Andrew Francis
ISBN : 9780718843465
Genre : Religion
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How you eat affects the planet - and everyone else on it. What you eat might literally cost the earth. It also has implications for your health, for the grower or producer, and for the way you think about the world. What in God's Name Are You Eating? faces what many of us choose to ignore in the Western world: we, as adults, have allowed a childlike innocence to mask the real cost of the environment in which we are cocooned, while thousands elsewhere find themselves drought-stricken and starving. 'What in God's name are they not eating?' 'Enough' is the simple answer and we are part of the reason why. The price of 'life', as we know it, is high. To those of us who have 'life', there is a moral imperative to enable others to share it rather than suppress them. With its advocacy of a globally responsibly discipleship, What in God's Name Are You Eating? enables us to see how the world's peoples can have life and a long future. While the reflection is rooted in radical Mennonite Christianity, the challenge is to those of faith - and those of none.

The Green Halo

Author : Erazim Kohak
ISBN : 9780812697568
Genre : Philosophy
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The Green Halo is a highly readable introduction to the vast field of contemporary ecological thought. It is a basic education in environmental philosophy and a welcome propadeutic for understanding the most crucial problem facing humankind in the coming century: How can humans live on this earth so that they do not destroy the preconditions for their own existence?

The Essential Green You

Author : Deirdre Imus
ISBN : 9781416564744
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 43. 50 MB
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An essential guide to detoxifying your lifestyle and your body, inside and out, from expert and activist Deirdre Imus In The Essential Green You!, the third volume in the New York Times bestselling Green This! series, Deirdre Imus shares tips on how to "green" the way you take care of yourself, whether with the food you eat or the clothes you wear, or the cosmetics, toiletries, and hair products you use every single day. Deirdre provides detailed, practical advice that includes: - How to find everything from organic groceries to nontoxic personal care items - Toxic ingredients to avoid in the products you use every day - Where to find clothes that are both environment-friendly and fashionable - Healthy alternatives to commonly used medications - How to make better eating habits a priority and live more consciously Living organically doesn't require a drastic overhaul and it doesn't have to be complicated or expensive -- Deirdre Imus shows how easy and important it is for women to "buy green, eat green, and be green."

Code Green

Author : Dana Beth Weinberg
ISBN : 9780801464911
Genre : Medical
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We are on the verge of the nation's worst nursing shortage in history. Dedicated nurses are leaving hospitals in droves, and there are not enough new recruits to the profession to meet demand. Even hospitals that were once very highly regarded for the quality of their nursing care, such as Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, now struggle to fill vacant positions. What happened? Dana Beth Weinberg argues that hospital restructuring in the 1990s is to blame. In their attempts to retain profit margins or even just to stay afloat, hospitals adopted a common set of practices to cut costs and increase revenues. Many strategies squeezed greater productivity out of nurses and other hospital workers. Nurses' workloads increased to the point that even the most skilled nurses questioned whether they could provide minimal, safe care to patients. As hospitals hemorrhaged money, it seemed that no one—not hospital administrators, not doctors—felt they could afford to listen to nurses. Through a careful look at the effects of the restructuring strategies chosen and implemented by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the author examines management's efforts to balance service and survival. By showing the effects of hospital restructuring on nurses' ability to plan, evaluate, and deliver excellent care, Weinberg provides a stinging indictment of standard industry practices that underestimate the contribution nurses make both to hospitals and to patient care.

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