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Free for All Cooking

by Jules Shepard

Millions of people suffer from adverse reactions to food. Whether a food allergy, intolerance, or an autoimmune condition like celiac disease, the jury is in: More and more people are sensitive to something in their diets. Now, parents can rejoice-no longer do they need to prepare different meals for different family members based on individual food sensitivities. InFree For All Cooking, gluten-free cooking expert Jules E. Dowler Shepard offers 125 easy and uncompromisingly delicious recipes that are free of major allergen ingredients, including gluten, dairy, nuts, soy, eggs, and more. Full of kid-friendly meals and desserts plus money-saving strategies,Free For All Cookingis an ideal resource for every kitchen.

No More Dirty Looks

by Siobhan O'Connor Alexandra Spunt

It started with a harmless quest for perfect wash-and-go hair. Every girl wants it, and Siobhan O'Connor and Alexandra Spunt finally found it in a fancy salon treatment. They were thrilled-until they discovered that the magic ingredient was formaldehyde. Shocked, O'Connor and Spunt left no bottle unturned. If it went on their body (and thus, was absorbed into their skin and bloodstream), they researched it. As it turns out, many of those unpronounceable ingredients in your self-tanner and leave-in conditioner are not regulated and the "natural" on your face wash doesn't mean what you think it does. Now, with the help of top scientists, dermatologists, and makeup artists, the authors share their compelling findings and the easy way to detoxify your beauty regimen. No More Dirty Looksalso reveals the safest, most effective products on the market and time-tested home recipes. Finally, you don't need to sacrifice health for beauty-because coming clean is the best look yet.

Will Write for Food: The Complete Guide to Writing Cookbooks, Blogs, Reviews, Memoir, and More

by Dianne Jacob

Fully revised and updated to include the latest information on food blogging--cookbook author and food writer Dianne Jacob's soup-to-nuts guide for the aspiring food writer

The 30-Minute Vegan's Taste of the East

by Mark Reinfeld Jennifer Murray

Noted vegans and vegetarians love Mark Reinfeld and Jennifer Murray's food. Food Network host and author Ellie Krieger lauds their recipes as "delicious, exciting, healthful, [and] accessible for everyone," while Deborah Madison notes their "appealing recipes, good information about food and cooking in general [and] surprisingly realistic approaches to thirty-minute cooking. " Now, Reinfeld and Murray turn their skillets to the East, featuring over 150 vegan versions of favorite cuisine from India, Thailand, China, and Japan. Taste of the Eastalso offers inspired animal-free recipes from Indonesia, Nepal, Vietnam, Korea, Tibet, Iran, and Afghanistan.

How We Age

by Marc Agronin

In the tradition of Atul Gawande and Sherwin Nuland, Marc Agronin writes luminously and unforgettably of life as he sees it as a doctor. His beat is a nursing home in Miami that some would dismiss as "God's waiting room. " Nothing in the young doctor's medical training had quite prepared him for what he was to discover there. As Agronin first learned from ninety-eight-year-old Esther and, later, from countless others, the true scales of aging aren't one-sided-you can't list the problems without also tallying the hopes and promises. Drawing on moving personal experiences and in-depth interviews with pioneers in the field, Agronin conjures a spellbinding look at what aging means today-how our bodies and brains age, and the very way we understand aging.

The Preemie Primer

by Jennifer Gunter

Having a premature baby-a baby born before the thirty-seventh week of pregnancy- can be a crash course in both medicine and health economics, not just in parenting. Parents face complex information, difficult decisions, and overwhelming grief and worry-with challenges that often extend well beyond those early days and weeks. As an ob/gyn, Dr. Jennifer Gunter has delivered hundreds of premature babies, but as a mother of preemie triplets, she also understands the heartbreak and challenges of prematurity. The Preemie Primeris a comprehensive resource, covering topics from delivery, hospitalization, and preemie development to parenting multiples, handling health issues, and finding special-needs programs. Compassionate, engaging, and medically grounded,The Preemie Primeris the first book on prematurity to combine the insight of a doctor with the experience of a mom.

The Low GI Handbook

by Jennie Brand-Miller

The ultimate GI reference The most significant dietary finding of the last 25 years, the glycemic index (GI) is an easy-to-understand measure of how food affects blood glucose levels and has revolutionised the way we eat. This fifth edition of Australia s original New York Times bestseller is the one-stop classic resource for anyone who wants to discover the benefits of adopting a healthy low GI lifestyle and will help you: Lose weight and keep it off Improve diabetes management Reduce the risk of heart disease Improve blood cholesterol levels Manage the symptoms of PCOS Boost your fertility Reduce hunger and stay full for longer Prolong physical endurance Prevent obesity Increase your body s sensitivity to insulin.

The Get Healthy, Go Vegan Cookbook

by Robyn Webb Neal Barnard

InDr. Neal Barnard's Get Healthy, Go Vegan Cookbook, the country's leading diabetes team weighs in on America's hottest dietary trend. The cookbook is based on a landmark two-year study conducted by Dr. Barnard, which showed that a vegan diet more effectively controls type 2 diabetes. In fact, it's also beneficial for weight loss, the reversal of heart disease, and the improvement of many other conditions. Dr. Barnard and nutritionist Robyn Webb now offer easy, delicious meals to improve your health. Featuring 125 flavorful recipes, readers will find all-occasion dishes that use familiar ingredients and require minimal effort. All recipes are free of animal products, low in fat, and contain a low-to-moderate glycemic index. Barnard and Webb explain how diet changes can have such dramatic health effects and provide simple ways to get started. With convenient menus, scientifically proven advice, and inspiring stories from real people who have used Barnard's recommendations to turn their health around, there's no better cookbook to help you eat well and feel great.

Neurodiversity

by Thomas Armstrong

Neurodiversity: a new term that changes the way we think about neurological disorders. Neurodiversity: the right word at the right time to account for recent evidence from brain science, evolutionary psychology, and other fields suggesting that we pay close attention to the bright spots of promise and possibility appearing in people who are "differently wired. " Celebrated educator and psychologist Thomas Armstrong offers a revolutionary, inspiring guide, illuminating critical information such as:

Longevity Diet

by Brian M. Delaney Lisa Walford

At last, here's a book that synthesizes the increasingly popular CR (Calorie Restriction) diet for the layperson. CR is not a diet primarily about weight loss, although readers will lose weight. CR is about eating highly nutritious foods to extend your healthy years. Here's the concept: eat fewer calories and choose foods more carefully. This will reallocate how your metabolism uses its resources to convert food into energy; in other words, what goes in will be used more efficiently. You will feel better and function better-and the big bonus: the CR diet slows aging. CR lengthens the periods of youth and middle age and substantially reduces the risk of virtually all the diseases of aging. Brian Delaney and Lisa Walford, two longtime CR practitioners, will take you on a handheld stroll through the process, including an introduction to CR, how to do it, some of the key issues in the current dialogue, and the skinny on superfoods.

Sheepish

by Catherine Friend

What do you do when you love your farm . . . but it doesn't love you? After fifteen years of farming, Catherine Friend is tired. After all, while shepherding is one of the oldest professions, it's not getting any easier. The number of sheep in America has fallen by 90 percent in the last ninety years. But just as Catherine thinks it's time to hang up her shepherd's crook, she discovers that sheep might be too valuable to give up. What ensues is a funny, thoughtful romp through the history of our woolly friends, why small farms are important, and how each one of us--and the planet--would benefit from being very sheepish, indeed.

Viva Vegan!

by Terry Hope Romero

As coauthor of the phenomenally successful cookbooksVeganomiconandVegan Cupcakes Take Over the World, Terry Hope Romero has long been one of the most popular vegan chefs around. Now, in her first solo cookbook, Romero opens the world of Latin flavor to vegans and foodies alike. Viva Vegan!expands the palates of anyone looking for a way to add fresh, seasonal ingredients and authentic spice to their meals without relying on animal products. A proud Venezuelan-American, Romero's enthusiasm for her culture shines through every recipe. Viva Vegan!covers every aspect of Latin cooking across the Americas: refreshing bebidas (drinks), vibrant ensaladas, hearty empanadas, nourishing stews, and one-dish wonders. Learn the basics-how to make the perfect tamale, salsa to complement any dish, and beans from scratch-plus special treats like flan, churros, and more. Complete with gorgeous color photos,Viva Vegan!is the ultimate guide to authentic and inspired new Latin cuisine.

The Winner's Brain

by Jeff Brown Mark Fenske

Success has more to do with such traits as self-awareness, motivation, focus, emotional balance, memory, and adaptability than IQ, life circumstances or luck, argue cognitive-behavioral psychologist Brown (Harvard Medical School) and neuroscientist Fenske (U. of Guelph, Ontario). Following an overview of the brain and the history of neuroscience, they present eight traits of 'winner's brains' and strategies for cultivating these. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

So You're Going To Be a Dad

by Peter Downey

For the first-time dad, useful and practical information about pregnancy, childbirth, and baby care, including: what to say--and what not to say--when you hear the news; taking care of moms-to-be; what childbirth feels like; crying, diapers, and bathtime; and baby-proofing the home.

10 Days to a Less Defiant Child

by Jeffrey Bernstein

Occasional clashes between parents and children are not uncommon, but when defiant behavior - such as tantrums, resistance to chores, and negativity - becomes chronic, it can cause big problems within the family. In 10 Days to a Less Defiant Child, child and family psychologist Dr. Jeff Bernstein has developed a ground-breaking 10-day program to help parents gain back control over their defiant child or teen. This powerful and exceptionally reader-friendly guide explains what causes defiance in kids, why it's so destructive to the family, and shows parents step-by-step how they can end the behavior. Simple-to-follow and extremely effective, 10 Days to a Less Defiant Child will bring much-needed relief to the millions of frustrated parents out there living with defiant children.

Vegan with a Vengeance

by Isa Moskowitz

In Vegan with a Vengeance, Isa Chandra Moskowitz, host of the community access vegan cooking show The Post Punk Kitchen, brings the do-it-yourself, community-driven ethos of punk rock into the kitchen. Her cooking philosophy embraces being kind to animals (all recipes are completely animal-product free) and your wallet-while being creative and having fun in the process. She emphasizes staying clear of corporate brand-name foods, and says that cooking should be an innovative, experimental, and completely real experience. This one-of-a-kind cookbook offers 125 recipes for all meals of the day, from stuffed mushrooms to tofu pizza, gingerbread cupcakes to pasta with "alfreda sauce," and is full of tips and tricks on how to keep your diet vegan, inexpensive, and liberated.

I Love Female Orgasm

by Dorian Solot Marshall Miller

Whether you're celebrating your thousandth female orgasm, searching for your first, or cheering on your girlfriend or wife, women and men across the country agree:I Love Female Orgasm!I Love Female Orgasmis crammed with everything you want to know about the big O, including: How to have an orgasm during intercourse-and why most women don't Directions on finding your way to the G-spot Detailed advice on how to have your first orgasm Advice for better oral sex Tips on surfing waves of multiple orgasms (even if you usually have just one) The truth about female ejaculation (yes, it exists!) Answers to your questions about vibrators, sex toys, piercings, and more The real deal on orgasms for lesbian, bisexual, and queer women An entire chapter for men on how to turn her on and get her off, plus tips for partners in every chapter Solot and Miller have spoken to thousands of men and women and surveyed thousands more about their experiences with female orgasm. Here they share all that they've learned--plus give you a sneak peek behind bedroom doors as women and men share their favorite moves, mistakes to avoid, and best "oh, yeah!" moments.

The New Glucose Revolution Shopper's Guide to GI Values 2008

by Kaye Foster-Powell Jennie Brand-Miller

Fully updated to include the latest GI Values and G symbol program participants for 2008! the GI tables - the comprehensive lists of foods and their GI values - are the key to unlocking the fantastic health benefits of a low GI diet. This fully revised edition includes all the very latest GI values in an easy-to-use format. As well as the GI values, the tables include comments to help you select the right foods for a well-rounded, healthy diet. Symbols indicate those foods which are 'star performers' - possessing a low GI and providing you with the best overall nutritional value. If you've ever asked 'What is the GI value of. . . '' then this is the book for you. This handy pocket-size guide also makes shopping easy with helpful hints for navigating the supermarket aisles and grocery lists to help you choose the right low GI foods. There's also a guide to the best low GI foods when eating out. This is the best place to go for GI values. the GI values are brought to you from the Sydney University Glycemic Index Research Service (SUGiRs) which is at the forefront of glycemic index testing.

One Year to an Organized Life

by Regina Leeds

For nearly twenty years, Regina Leeds - named Best Organizer by Los Angeles magazine - has helped even the most organizationally challenged. Now, with this week-by-week, month-by-month plan to forever streamline all aspects of your life, Regina helps you break down tasks and build routines over time so that life becomes simple, not overwhelming. An organized life enables you to have more time, less aggravation, better health, and to get more done. This essential bible is the only book you need to get organized - and stay that way! Book jacket.

The Colic Chronicles

by Tara Kompare

Roughly one out of five babies in the U. S. suffers from colic, and a mom can feel desperate for answers when her infant wails nonstop. The Colic Chronicles offers sweet comfort that she's not alone, not losing her mind, and not a bad mother-on the contrary, she should win an award! As a mom who survived the colic wars, author Tara Kompare dishes out tried-and-true tips, from how to quell the desire to tackle mommy "know-it-alls" in the checkout line; to mom self-care (e. g. showering and eating in peace); to trying a host of colic-calming strategies. With short, breezy chapters-easy to read during baby's blessed, rare snoozes-this book brims with humor and vital information, sure to be a lifesaver for countless mothers.

The Compassionate Carnivore: Or, How to Keep Animals Happy, Save Old MacDonald's Farm, Reduce Your Hoofprint, and Still Eat Meat

by Catherine Friend

For most of her life, Catherine Friend was a carnivore who preferred not to consider where the meat on her plate came from-beef didn't have a face, chicken didn't have a personality, and pork certainly shouldn't have feelings. But Friend's attitude began to change after she and her partner bought a farm and began raising sheep for meat. Friend's ensuing odyssey through the world of livestock and farming is a journey that offers critical insights-for omnivores and herbivores alike-into how our meat is raised, how we buy it and from whom, and why change is desirable and possible. From a distressing lesson about her favorite Minnesota State Fair food (pork-chop-on-a-stick) to the surprising gratitude that came from eating an animal she'd raised and loved, Friend takes us on a wild and woolly ride through her small farm (with several brief detours into life on factory farms), along the way raising questions such as: What are the differences between factory, conventional, sustainable, and organic farms, and more importantly, why do we need to understand those differences? What do all those labels-from organic to local to grass fed and pasture raised-really mean? If you're buying from a small farmer, what are the key questions to ask? How do you find that small farmer, and what's the best way to help her help you? In the same witty and warm style that characterized her memoirHit by a Farm, Friend uses her perspective as a sustainable farmer and carnivore to consider meat animals' quality of life-while still supporting the choice to eat meat. Regardless of whether you eat meat once a day, once a week, or once a year, your perspective of what goes on your plate-and in your mouth-will never be the same.

Baby And Toddler Learning Fun

by Sally Goldberg

It's never too early to share the joy of learning with a child! Sally Goldberg gives parents the tools to provide such rewarding experiences in an organized, fun way with this special book. Here are more than fifty entertaining activities to enjoy with very young children, with instructions for making the toys needed for play. Baby and Toddler Learning Fun also provides smart tips for enriching the home environment in other ways for baby's learning. As children grow, the activities can be easily adapted so they remain as much fun for a toddler as for an infant. It's quick and inexpensive to make the toys out of the stuff infants and toddlers already enjoy looking at or handling-plastic containers, stiff paper, brightly colored scraps of material, and other household items. This hands-on book not only helps parents teach babies important concepts about colors, shapes, letters, and numbers, but also brings parent and child closer through engaging playtimes. The activities aren't to be used as drills but rather as part of dynamic play that parent and child will enjoy. Charts help parents keep track of concepts as they are introduced. The activities are equally appropriate for children with learning delays.

Locker Room Diaries

by Leslie Goldman

I wish my thighs were smaller. "If only I could lose ten pounds. " A wake-up call for any woman who has engaged in the "if only" wishing game,Locker Room Diariesuses the unique lens of the locker room to reveal what, exactly, goes into "shaping" not just a woman's body but her body image. The locker room can be a wondrous retreat, a place to toss aside the worries of the day, but it is also where our flaws become most apparent-and where most of us can't help but wonder how we "measure up. " Often dressed in no more than a towel, Leslie Goldman spent five years talking with women of all shapes and sizes about their body image, from taut twenty-somethings to heavyset seniors. Why is it, she asks, that almost no one seems satisfied with her physique? From compulsive workouts to daily dates with the scale, from bikini waxes to body fat measurements, American women are swept up in a constant quest for the "perfect" body. Thankfully, more than one woman reveals how she halted her cycle of self-loathing and learned to like her bodyas is. Blending expert opinion with wonderfully intimate, often laugh-outloud, confidences,Locker Room Diarieswill inspire anyone who knows the highs of exercise to leave the lows of self-esteem behind-and, most especially, once and for all, to step off that scale!

The Guy's Guide to Surviving Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the First Year of Fatherhood

by Michael Crider

In high school, Michael Crider was the jokester, the drummer in a band, the Howie Mandel impersonator. Fast-forward ten years and the funny man has married and become the family man. The Guy's Guide to Surviving Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the First Year of Fatherhood-Crider's candid, down-to-earth account of his transformation-proves that even without much sleep, he has kept his sense of humor completely intact. From the moment he hears the unexpected news that the pregnancy test is positive to the end of his son's first year of life, Michael Crider is awed, anxious, and all-too-human. In between these milestones, he endures the aches and pains of his wife's pregnancy (which had a clear impact on his own bodily comfort), swallows his pride when bunny wallpaper replaces his beloved Budweiser mirror, has a short and only partially-appreciated stint as her labor coach on the Big Day, and experiences every one of his son's "firsts" as though they were his own. Honest, informative, hilarious, and heartwarming,The Guy's Guide to Surviving Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the First Year of Fatherhoodis a must-read for all new parents.

Dreaming in Libro

by Louise Bernikow

A woman meets an amber-eyed, sixty-pound boxer in a city park and falls in love. Their first year honeymoon was a discovery of each other's idiosyncrasies-morning dog or evening dog? Television watcher or reader? Then life settles into routine and the once rebelliously high-spirited, independent woman and her bilingual comedian of a dog realize that they're "happily stuck with each other. " In this witty, sharp memoir, Louise Bernikow charts eight years with Libro the boxer as they travel through Manhattan. . . and that thing called Life. From book tours to beach houses, from Libro's training as pet therapist after 9/11 to his escapades on the campaign trail, Louise plays "Jack" to Libro's "Jackie. " But as Louise all too soon discovers, the stray she rescued is domesticating her. A book about a modern family of two, about joy and grief, and realizing that the life you've made (even if it doesn't include a wedding ring) is more than enough,Dreaming in Librowill bring a wagging tail to any reader.

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