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An apple a day doesn't just keep the doctor away, it can also improve memory. From eating the right foods to knowing the right exercises, becoming smarter isn't always about textbooks and tests. With this practical, interactive guide, you can amp up your IQ in no time! Filled with 365 tips and tricks to better the brain, you'll learn that: Gingko Biloba increases blood flow to the brain learning a new language improves brain function classical music will help your problem-solving abilities sitting up straight doesn't just elevate your body, it improves your thinking process taking a brisk walk builds a better connection between brain cells eating at least one cup of blueberries a day reduces the effects of Alzheimer's disease or dementia and other brain boosting facts! This book is all that's needed for smarter living#151;starting now.
The new USDA Food Pyramid guidelines recommend 60-90 minutes of exercise per day. Are you getting all the exercise you need? The Everything Easy Fitness, 2nd Edition features a new, simple approach to fitness you can use to tone up, lose weight, and look and feel great! Written by a noted fitness writer who is also a certified yoga instructor, personal trainer, and group exercise instructor, this easy-to-use guide motivates you to burn more calories and fat during workouts and eat for health and fitness. Includes: 10 walking programs from beginner to advanced; 10 easy resistance programs to build strength and burn fat; Yoga and Pilates exercise plans; Swimming, biking, and stretching programs for exercisers of all levels. Being fit is easier than you think. All it requires is moving more, and moving with a purpose. And it's a lot of fun, too! Completely updated and revised, The Everything Easy Fitness Book, 2nd Edition is your guide to getting fit for life, the easy way!
The new USDA Food Pyramid guidelines recommend 60-90 minutes of exercise per day. Are you getting all the exercise you need?
As busy parents who are fast approaching your baby's twelve-month milestone, you need a helpful manual to guide your baby through developmental milestones like walking, talking, and engaging with others. The Everything Guide to Raising a One-Year-Old offers sound advice on getting through the next exciting-and challenging-year of your child's life.This all-new guide helps you transition smoothly from the baby years into the toddler years with expert advice that shows you how to:Encourage physical and emotional developments, such as walking and communicating needsAddress day-to-day issues including toothbrushing, bedtime routines, and mealtime choicesDeal with tantrums and developmental delaysChoose childcare providers like daycare and babysittersGet your child to sleepSet the stage for potty training, provide nutrition, and ensure safetyWritten by a pediatrician and a Mom, The Everything Guide to Raising a One-Year-Old is full of practical and informative advice that will ensure that you and your little one enjoy a safe, healthy, and happy 12 to 24 months!
Written by a pediatrician and a mom, The Everything Guide to Raising a One-Year-Old is full of practical and informative advice that will ensure that you and your little one enjoy a safe, healthy, and happy 12 to 24 months!
If you are a parent fast approaching your baby's 24-month mark, then you know you have a lot to look forward to. You baby isn't a docile infant anymore, and The Everything Guide to Raising a Two-Year-Old is there to help you every wobbly step of the way! Written by a pediatrician and a mom, this all-inclusive guide shows you the ins and outs of your child's second year of life in an easy, accessible way. Highlights include: Potty training; Your very mobile toddler; Babysitters and day care; Surviving the "terrible twos". Filled with useful information on these topics, plus extensive sections on the physical and emotional development of your toddler, The Everything Guide to Raising a Two-Year Old is every parent's handbook! Dr. Brian Orr is a pediatrician who has practiced medicine for more than twenty-two years. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics. Since 2002, Dr. Orr has developed and facilitated parenting workshops on managing toddler and teen behaviors. Donna Raskin is a long-time health and fitness writer and the mother of a little boy. Donna has been the senior fitness editor of Shape magazine and the deputy editor of Fit magazine.
Written by a pediatrician and a mom, this all-inclusive guide shows you the ins and outs of your child's second year of life in an easy, accessible way.
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