En Forma Y Sin Kilitos De M S

Author: Diane Pérez
Publisher: Aguilar
ISBN: 9786073149792
Size: 17.90 MB
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Un manual indispensable: te garantiza que comer rico y bien, no debe ser un sufrimiento. Un libro indispensable para cambiar tus hábitos alimenticios, mejorar tu salud, prevenir las enfermedades derivadas de la mala alimentación y mantenerte en forma. El consumo sin medida de grasas, azúcares y alimentos de bajo valor nutritivo deriva en enfermedades del corazón, diabetes y problemas como la obesidad y el sobrepeso. De allí la urgencia de renovar nuestras costumbres respecto a la comida, conocer los alimentos que nos hacen bien y disfrutar una alimentación variada, deliciosa y saludable. Para comer bien y tener una vida sana, nada mejor que la lectura de este libro que transformará tu figura, tu forma de alimentarte, ¡tu vida! La doctora Diane Pérez explica de manera clara y entretenida cómo actúan las grasas y azúcares en tu cuerpo, así como la importancia real de tomar agua y comer varias veces al día alimentos nutritivos. ¡No es un libro de dietas ni escrito para que dejes de comer!, al contrario: es una serie de consejos científicos, probados incluso por la doctora Diane. Una guía para que toda tu familia coma sanamente, aproveche las virtudes de los alimentos y evite enfermedades crónicas. En forma y sin kilitos de más es resultado de numerosas investigaciones; ofrece la Tabla de alimentos saludables para conocer con claridad sus propiedades, qué grasas benefician a tu cuerpo y una valiosa sugerencia de menú sano y sabroso para gozar tu comida, bajar de peso y disfrutar la vida.

The Encyclopedia Of Musicians And Bands On Film

Author: Melissa U. D. Goldsmith
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781442269873
Size: 11.84 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Musicians, both fictional and real, have long been subjects of cinema. From biopics of composers Beethoven and Mozart to the rise (and often fall) of imaginary bands in The Commitments and Almost Famous, music of all types has inspired hundreds of films. The Encyclopedia of Musicians and Bands on Film features the most significant productions from around the world, including straightforward biographies, rockumentaries, and even the occasional mockumentary. The wide-ranging scope of this volume allows for the inclusion of films about fictional singers and bands, with emphasis on a variety of themes: songwriter–band relationships, the rise and fall of a career, music saving the day, the promoter’s point of view, band competitions, the traveling band, and rock-based absurdity. Among the films discussed in this book are Amadeus, The Blues Brothers, The Buddy Holly Story, The Commitments, Dreamgirls, The Glenn Miller Story, A Hard Day’s Night, I’m Not There, Jailhouse Rock, A Mighty Wind, Ray, ’Round Midnight, The Runaways, School of Rock, That Thing You Do!, and Walk the Line,. With entries that span the decades and highlight a variety of music genres, The Encyclopedia of Musicians and Bands on Film is a valuable resource for moviegoers and music lovers alike, as well as scholars of both film and music.

Fast Metabolism Food Rx

Author: Haylie Pomroy
Publisher: Harmony
ISBN: 9780804141086
Size: 13.97 MB
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Want to feel great, disease-proff your body, and live at your ideal weight? Then, eat your medicine. Haylie Pomroy, celebrated nutritionist, and #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Fast Metabolism Diet, shares a food prescription for the 7 most common ways your metabolism misfires and leads to exhaustion, excess weight, and illness. With her targeted eating plans you can feed your body back to a vibrant, energetic, and thriving state. When multiple health challenges threatened the author’s life, it set her on an investigative journey that was life-changing—and lifesaving. In this book, she shares her personal story for the first time, as well as the powerful food programs she created based on the methods and philosophies that saved her life and helped her thrive. For decades now, these same food therapies have provided profound clinical results in her clinics where she’s treated thousands of others. Our bodies are always talking, communicating their needs. We just need to learn how to listen. Sometimes they whisper to us—our energy is off, we just don't feel right, we have indigestion or IBS, or our body shape is morphing in ways we don’t recognize or like. Sometimes our bodies speak up and change our biochemistry in order to get our attention, by pushing our cholesterol a little higher, making us irritable, reactive, or ‘foggy.’ At other times our bodies are screaming for help, we have become pre- or full-blown diabetic and our immune systems are confused and attacking us. Every one of these health signals hides a specific problem, and for which food, not drugs, is the answer. So, if you’re suffering from GI issues, fatigue, out of whack hormones, mood and cognition difficulties, elevated cholesterol, blood sugar control problems, or an autoimmune problem, Food Rx has the solution for you.

Sacred Medicine Cupboard

Author: Anni Daulter
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781623170691
Size: 18.20 MB
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An inspirational guide for holistic family wellness, Sacred Medicine Cupboard presents seasonal insights, practical knowledge, recipes, projects, and journal prompts for a sacred medicine practice—broken down into 36 chapters. Beautifully designed, with an abundance of full-color photographs, this book cultivates skills and tools for readers navigating an increasingly complicated world. Organized by topic of the week, such as Awakening, Blossom, Spicy, Glow, and Rest, Sacred Medicine Cupboard provides a treasury of tools—from medicinal teas and elixirs to sacred practices to creative projects—to nurture and rejuvenate the entire family, along with journaling spaces at the end of each section to write, reflect, and develop a way of life rooted in peace and natural health. Anni Daulter has teamed up with Jessica Booth and Jessica Smithson, who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the narrative. They share a commitment to encouraging mothers to practice their own skills, listen to their innate knowing, and explore redefining what health and wellbeing mean for their family. The practical tips and creative ideas presented here put readers back in touch with simple time-tested practices that bring wholeness and wellbeing out of the cupboard. Medicine, they show, can be a well-timed hug, a reassuring hand, or a thoughtfully prepared meal. Echoing the core tenets of the Sacred Living Movement, this book reveals the power and insight we possess when our body, mind, and soul communicate in harmony.

How Gender Shapes The World

Author: Distinguished Professor and Director of the Language and Culture Research Centre Alexandra Y Aikhenvald
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198723752
Size: 12.40 MB
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This is a book about the multi-faceted notion of gender. Gender differences form the basis for family life, patterns of socialization, distribution of tasks, and spheres of responsibilities. The way gender is articulated shapes the world of individuals, and of the societies they live in. Gender has three faces: Linguistic Gender-the original sense of 'gender'-is a feature of many languages and reflects the division of nouns into grammatical classes or genders (feminine, masculine, neuter, and so on); Natural Gender, or sex, refers to the division of animates into males and females; and Social Gender reflects the social implications and norms of being a man or a woman (or perhaps something else). Women and men may talk and behave differently, depending on conventions within the societies they live in, and their role in language maintenance can also vary. The book focuses on how gender in its many guises is reflected in human languages, how it features in myths and metaphors, and the role it plays in human cognition. Examples are drawn from all over the world, with a special focus on Aikhenvald's extensive fieldwork in Amazonia and New Guinea.

Reverse Gut Diseases Naturally

Author: Michelle Honda
Publisher: Hatherleigh Press
ISBN: 9781578265978
Size: 18.60 MB
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The Long-Awaited Resource for Those Seeking to Reverse Gut Disease—Naturally. More than 50 million Americans struggle with gut diseases like Crohn’s disease and colitis. With traditional medicine offering little in the way of lasting, low-risk solutions, more patients are turning to the world of natural medicine. With Reverse Gut Diseases Naturally, learn to work with your body to achieve safe and sustainable results that will let you reclaim your life and your independence. Reverse Gut Diseases Naturally contains step by step, do-it-yourself instructions to help you reverse gut disorders and restore health. Complete with healing remedies, dietary regimens, and protocols for every stage of healing and maintenance, Reverse Gut Diseases Naturally also includes the most effective dietary programs proven to help treat gut dysbiosis and other intestinal ailments. Featuring alternative solutions to potentially harmful prescription drugs, as well as safe food choices and a guide to herbal medicine, Reverse Gut Diseases Naturally helps you regain your sense of health and wellbeing. Touching on every aspect of gut disease, including: risk factors and common causes of gut disease; supporting your body and its glandular health; holistic approaches to treating gut disease, and much more, Reverse Gut Diseases Naturally is the all-in-one resource for those looking to find something that really works. Reverse Gut Diseases Naturally covers a multitude of topics, including: • A complete dietary program for gut wellness, including a Quick Start Program • Natural substitutes for popular over-the-counter and prescription medications • The current issue of antibiotic use and overuse, and its role in gut disease • Detailed case histories demonstrating the effectiveness of natural methods each step of the way • How best to prepare herbal remedies and supplements for a variety of uses ...and many more! Diseases of the gut can be among the most limiting and life-altering conditions possible. Don’t just settle for keeping your symptoms under control—reverse your gut disease, the natural way! From the Trade Paperback edition.

Dime Qu Comes Y Te Dir Qu Sientes Think Skinny Feel Fit Spanish Edition

Author: Alejandro Chabán
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781501140532
Size: 14.87 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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¿Quieres bajar de peso? Primero pierde tu peso emocional. Alejandro Chabán tenía sobrepeso de niño, sufrió de anorexia y bulimia de adolescente y trató desesperadamente de tener un cuerpo saludable. Luego de haber probado diferentes dietas y ejercicios, y a pesar de haber bajado de peso, él descubrió que en su mente seguía siendo gordo, aunque su cuerpo se veía diferente. Estos sentimientos lo llevaron a desarrollar técnicas para aceptar y transformar al gordito que todos llevamos dentro y, en 2012, a fundar Yes You Can!®, un programa que ha ayudado a miles de personas a establecer un estilo de vida saludable con sabor latino. En Dime qué comes y te diré qué sientes, Alejandro comparte los siete pasos esenciales que lo ayudaron a cambiar sus pensamientos y transformar su cuerpo. Inspirado en anécdotas personales y testimonios, Alejandro explica en detalle qué significa tener sobrepeso emocional, cómo se conectan el bienestar físico con las emociones y cómo identificar mejor los obstáculos emocionales que sobrecargan la mente y el cuerpo. Estos pasos, basados en técnicas prácticas de pensamiento positivo, meditación, aceptación y compromiso, te ayudarán a llevar una vida más feliz y saludable. Ahora por fin podrás cuidarte de la manera que mereces.