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If you want to have a great life you must be healthy first. TAKE ACTION NOW! buy this book and start your journey to optimal health with these easy juicing recipes prepared in the Ninja Blender. Your body is sure to thank you!!!NEW!! Over 100 Nutribullet & Ninja Juicing Recipes Millions of people die every day all over the world because they aren't aware of the damage they are doing to their bodies. Its no secret that because many of us have such busy lifestyles that it causes us to think "convenience" over health when it comes to eating. If you have diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, feel tired all the time or you are overweight like i was then you must do something right now to reverse these debilitating conditions because your body is telling you "I'M DYING. There is absolutely no better way to start your journey to optimal health then juicing. I can't even begin to tell you how beneficial juicing is to your health, you just have to try it to believe it. Juicing helps you consumer more fruits and vegetables in one sitting than you probably will care to consume in a week, I know it did for me. Juicing has helped me shed tons of weight, get clearer skin, lower my cholesterol, lower my blood pressure and obtain massive energy. If you want to be successful at anything in life, if you want to get rid of excess weight, if you want to get that guy or girl of your dreams than it all starts with how you feel and being healthy is critical in achieving this and all the things you want in life. 10 years ago I was 50 pounds over weight, divorced and just down right depressed until I saw an infomercial on the Ninja Blender in the middle of the night. I was amazed at how easy it was to stick large pieces of fruits and vegetables into the blender and then moments later you had a delicious healthy life saving drink. TAKE ACTION NOW FOR YOUR HEALTH!
"Yoga Weight Loss: A Complete Guide on Yoga for Beginners" helps the reader to get a full understanding of what yoga really is about. The reader gets to learn the history of yoga, what yoga is and how it can be beneficial for the body. The author himself was a skeptic but admits to changing his mind after being to try yoga for himself. He encourages all of his reader to do the same. It is a great guide for the newbie to the practice of yoga.
There is no need to go for surgery for weight loss. There are certain techniques and procedures which provide quicker results than surgery. The author has given comprehensive and quick weight loss program which also permanent. There is no need for dieting.Just stick to some of the instructions of the book and enjoy a real life without fat.
I have done a lot of research, reading and studying over the last forty years into the matter of Dieting. Through my own experience with dieting and thus spanning the 6 decades of changes in ideas, beliefs and expertise, I thought that it would be interesting to find out just how long human beings have been concerned with body shape. To my surprise I found that body image has been in human awareness for 10,000 years. Starting with the finds of statuettes from Paleolithic times, depicting a well-rounded female image, we can see that being plump and firm was important in the days of the hunter gatherer to sustain people through times of famine. It was also seen as a sign of being fertile. In the last 10,000 years our diet has changed out of all proportion to the hunter gatherer days, but our bodies have not evolved along with it. The body still acts as if it is expecting a famine, and when we diet it will hold onto every last gram of fat, in order to preserve itself. As we come into the agricultural age and on into the early days of the Europeans it becomes clear that humans have started to take steps to lose the fat. I have looked at how food in general has evolved from different corners of our planet, and along with these changes it is not surprising that the more we came away from eating natural, real, unadulterated food, the more we found it necessary to find ways to combat putting on weight. Yet here in the 21st Century ideas abound with different opinions, diets and scientific research. Some of them pretty sound, some of them ridiculous. From taking pills, to drinking tea. From leaving out essential nutrients to eating far too much of any particular nutrient. But the only thing we know for sure that works when watching our health and weight, is to eat real food, organic where possible and watching our portions. The second most important thing to bear in mind is that the idea of being skinny must stop. Once we learn to eat what nature designed us to and getting our portions right to suit the individual, our body will find the right weight naturally, we will be as healthy as possible. It is obvious to me from the research, study and writing for this book and from my own experience in life of being a chronic dieter for over forty years, that being a healthy weight, with a moderate amount of fat, is the way to go! I have covered the last 100 years of the book, in decades and it is interesting to see that it is in this time span that we have turned to ever more faddy and often dangerous ways, to be not just slender, but skinny. It is an anomaly that although we have this mindset we have reached epidemic levels of obesity. Whether you are in a professional capacity, researcher or someone who thinks that dieting to lose weight is something new to this century, you will find the history of how we reached here with food, interesting and revealing.
This book is the Winner of the OSCLG Outstanding Book Award The loss of a desired pregnancy or the inability to experience pregnancy are intensely personal phenomena; these losses are also, in our culture at least, extremely private. Communicating Pregnancy Loss is a collection of first-person narratives about the experience of pregnancy loss. Although there is no shortage of books that help prospective parents cope with an unintended pregnancy loss or 'survive' infertility, most of these books are authored by physicians or therapists and address pregnancy loss through the language of guidance. This book is different. It is the first of its kind because the contributors (primarily communication scholars but also healthcare personnel and other scholars from the social sciences) tell their story of loss in their own words, offering a diverse collection of narratives that span experience and identity. The authors employ various feminist theories, narrative theories, and performance theories as well as other well-known communication theories and concepts. The book's narrative approach to writing about and thereby understanding pregnancy loss offers readers a method for changing the way pregnancy loss is understood personally, culturally, and politically.
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