The Keto diet has conquered Hollywood, Silicon Valley, as well as many people around the world. Celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Riana adhere to this diet. Such a diet allows you to eat fatty foods and at the same time burn fat. The keto diet guarantees weight loss without breakdowns and overeating.
The main principle of the keto diet is the practical absence of carbohydrates, a small presence of protein, and a large number of high-quality fats in all the foods you eat.
Keto slow cooker cookbook is an out-and-outer guide in the world of Keto eating. Here you will not find boring recipes. All the meals were carefully selected according to the newest keto diet trends. Keto crock pot cookbook will help you to look at the diet and cooking process from the other simple and joyfully sides. There is no need to ferret out recipes for your dinner - keto crockpot cookbook includes them all in one printing.
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Are you experiencing trouble sleeping well at night or staying asleep? Do you wake up throughout the night and feel restless in the morning?
Sleep is something that everyone should consider more than normal. Most adults today at best have an average of six or seven. When you lose sleep, your body automatically starts looking for additional calories to make up for sleep and give your body sufficient energy to get through the day. Lack of sleep also regulates the body's quantity of fat and how your appetite functions.
Your sleep pattern will have full control over your eating schedule, so if you want to lose weight, it is important that you have enough rest. No lunch try to choose protein every morning and any fruit you can even sprout during your morning travel will be enough.
Health sleep disorders are becoming more prevalent. The use of drugs can cause side effects that lead to poor sleep. And older people suffer from more sleeping medical and mental conditions. The good news ...
This eBook edition of "Meditations of Marcus Aurelius" has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices."Meditations" is a series of personal writings by Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor from second century, recording his private notes to himself and ideas on Stoic philosophy. Marcus Aurelius wrote the Meditations as a source for his own guidance and self-improvement. The Meditations is divided into 12 books that chronicle different periods of Marcus' life. A central theme to Meditations is the importance of analyzing one's judgment of self and others and the development of a cosmic perspective. The style of writing that permeates the text is one that is simplified, straightforward, and perhaps reflecting Marcus' Stoic perspective on the text.
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Would you like to learn how to master the best NLP and psychology techniques?
Do you wish to understand the effects of mental manipulation?
Are you desirous of learning hypnosis and other techniques for an effective persuasion?
If your answers to the above questions are affirmative, you have made the right choice by getting this book.
Dark Psychology is a field of study that many people are yet to understand, and a lot of them are careless when it comes to protecting themselves against who is expert in controlling the mind. It is one of the most potent forces at work in modern times as it is being used by most of the powerful influencers in the world today.
This book offers a cutting-edge explanation of some of the essential principles in the world of Dark Psychology. Each chapter explains an aspect of it in a way that is understandable for a layman with no specialist scientific knowledge. You will also be shown how you can apply the principles of Dark Psychology if you choose ...
This open access book addresses the current debate on extended working life policy by considering the influence of gender and health on the experiences of older workers. Bringing together an international team of scholars, it tackles issues as gender, health status and job/ occupational characteristics that structure the capacity and outcomes associated with working longer. The volume starts with an overview of the empirical and policy literature; continues with a discussion of the relevant theoretical perspectives; includes a section on available data and indicators; followed by 25 very concise and unique country reports that highlight the main extended working life (EWL) research findings and policy trajectories at the national level. It identifies future directions for research and addresses issues associated with effective policy-making. This volume fills an important gap in the knowledge of the consequences of EWL and it will be an invaluable source for both researchers and ...
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This open access book presents a large number of innovations in the world of operational testing. It brings together different but related areas and provides insight in their possibilities, their advantages and drawbacks. The book not only addresses improvements in the quality of educational measurement, innovations in (inter)national large scale assessments, but also several advances in psychometrics and improvements in computerized adaptive testing, and it also offers examples on the impact of new technology in assessment. Due to its nature, the book will appeal to a broad audience within the educational measurement community. It contributes to both theoretical knowledge and also pays attention to practical implementation of innovations in testing technology.
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This open access book brings together discourse on children and peace from the 15th International Symposium on the Contributions of Psychology to Peace, covering issues pertinent to children and peace and approaches to making their world safer, fairer and more sustainable. The book is divided into nine sections that examine traditional themes (social construction and deconstruction of diversity, intergenerational transitions and memories of war, and multiculturalism), as well as contemporary issues such as Europe's "migration crisis", radicalization and violent extremism, and violence in families, schools and communities. Chapters contextualize each issue within specific social ecological frameworks in order to reflect on the multiplicity of influences that affect different outcomes and to discuss how the findings can be applied in different contexts. The volume also provides solutions and hope through its focus on youth empowerment and peacebuilding programs for children and ...
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Imagine curling up on the couch with your favorite bowl piled high with a delicious frozen treat topped with fresh fruit and nutsand what's in that bowl is actually good for you! Smoothie bowls make this dream a reality.
Carissa Bonham, the writer behind the popular blog, Creative Green Living, pulls together eighty delectable recipes for smoothies so good that your kids, friends, and veggie-hating spouse will be begging for more.
If you can operate a blender, then you can make a smoothie bowl. Carissa walks you through everything you need to know to produce Instagram-worthy creations in your own kitchen. Every recipe tastes as good as it looks and fills you up, making smoothie bowls the perfect choice for any meal or midday snack.
Focusing on a variety of colorful superfoods, Carissa also discusses the nutritional benefits of these beautiful ingredients. Organized using the colors of the rainbow, flipping through these pages will leave you feel inspired and motivated to create ...
Jason Robillard has been doing ultramarathons for many years, and started advocating for barefoot running before it was cool and is considered an authority on it.
In this guide, he teaches trail-running newbies and experienced marathoners essential survival skills and tips for running long distances: how to run in snow, ice, and mud; how to cross large streams of water; what to do when you have to go number 2 on mile 30 of a 50-mile run; preparing for trouble (building a fire, surviving in the heat and cold); running in thunderstorms.
The book is written with an irreverent sense of humor and touches on topics that many running books don't get into.
Skyhorse Publishing, as well as our Sports Publishing imprint, is proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in sportsbooks about baseball, pro football, college football, pro and college basketball, hockey, or soccer, we have a book about your sport or your team.
In addition to books on popular team sports, we ...
A parent's guide to helping children with autism maximize their potential.
Over a decade ago, an autism diagnosis had confined Lori Ashley Taylor's daughter Hannah to an inaccessible world. Lori became a tireless researcher, worker, and advocate, and her dedication showed results. There can be progression and shifting on the spectrum, and Hannah has done just that -- she has emerged.
Part narrative and part practical guide, Dragonfly provides anecdotal and practical guidance for parents of children with autism spectrum disorder. The author discusses intervention strategies, therapies such as Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), and different medical tests. She explains Autism terminology like hyperresponsivesness and stimming. A classroom teacher herself, she recommends educational accommodations and supports. Busy parents can find practical tips on everything from making friends to Sensory Processing Disorder in helpful sidebars in the text. Taylor's personal experience is ...
Discover the mind-gut connection, and boost your mood with the kings of gut-healthy fermented foods -- kombucha and kimchi!
Did you know you can fight Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, MS, ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression, stress, chronic pain, and more with what you eat? The discovery of the gut-brain-axis is quickly emerging as the most exciting health concept in decades. Mounting evidence has shown that gut bacteria aren't just good for a healthy immune system or maintaining our weight -- they're also good for the brain!
In this groundbreaking book, Soki Choi takes us through the microbiotic revolution and the latest breakthroughs in gut-brain research that show how intestinal flora shapes neural development and brain biochemistry. Combining the latest science -- presented in accessible, layman terms -- with practical tips on how to eat, Choi also shares twenty of her best recipes for kombucha and kimchi, the fermented foods packed with good gut bacteria.
Follow your gut, treat food ...
As Americans have grown in size, the incidence of diabetes has increased to epidemic proportions, so that what was once an uncommon disease now seems to be everywhere. According to the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million adults and children in the United States currently suffer from diabetes -- that's 8.3 percent of the population. Gary Null teaches that we each have the power to control diabetes through nutrition and dietary regimens, exercise, mental composure, and healthy living habits. Through cutting-edge research and clear instruction, Gary Null empowers readers to take control of their health without the use of drugs.
Did you know that ginseng and aloe vera help to normalize blood glucose levels? Have you considered how vaccines may be contributing to the rise in diabetes among children? No More Diabetes offers surprising information that could save your life, along with practical advice for becoming the healthiest version of yourself. In addition, readers will find ...
As the number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders grows each year, new discoveries and controversies arise. Andrew Wakefield explores many of these in his thorough investigation of the recent trial case of the Arizona 5," which destroyed an Arizona family. Two parents, with five children on the spectrum, were accused of Munchausen syndrome by proxya rare form of child abuseand were ganged up on by physicians, child protective services, and the courts, who alleged that the parents fabricated medical symptoms in all five children. However, Wakefield now presents ample evidence that was disregarded and that would have proven the parents' innocence.
Families affected by autism suffer great hardship and prejudice, particularly as they navigate the uncertain waters of diagnosis, treatment, and education. The shocking story of the Arizona 5 family delves into the tremendous challenges some parents have to face, especially if their views on how to treat the syndrome ...
A Gentle Introduction to the World's Hottest Food Trend
Whether you're a committed vegan or just curious about this increasingly popular diet which has so many health and environmental benefits, Holly will take you on a mouthwatering journey while converting to a plant-based diet. Going Vegan includes over one hundred delicious, everyday recipes, as well as practical advice on how and when to change your diet, food swaps, eating out, and shopping economically for plant-based foods.
From juices and smoothies that range from the pure and green Reset Juice to the indulgent and creamy Raw Chocolate Heaven; to quick and creative ideas for lunch, such as Cauliflower and Squash Bisque, Roast Veg Buddha Bowl and a Vegan Club Sandwich; hearty, filling main meals, including variations on much-loved staples like Vegan Meatballs, Shepherdless Pie and Lemony Mac and Cheese; and incredibly tasty desserts, Going Vegan dispels any myths that a plant-based diet is too restrictive or difficult to ...
Six moving profiles reveal the complex realities behind gun violence in the United States. These are the stories of the shooters.
In South Carolina, a young man embarks on a life of crime that culminates in a drug-related shooting and decades in prison; in Chicago, an off-duty police officer engages in a shootout with a murderous gunman, saving a fellow patrolman; in rural Tennessee, a troubled teenager shoots her abusive father in his sleep. The Trigger recounts the dramatic life stories of six individuals who have shot someone in America.
In 2017, over 15,000 were killed and over 31,000 were injured by gunfire. Faced with these desensitizing statistics, one easily forgets that each incident is perpetrated by a living, feeling human being who has walked a unique path. The causes and consequences of these violent acts are often far more complicated than one might expect.
Author Daniel J. Patinkin exhaustively interviewed each of six shooters about their life experiences and about ...
This extensively updated and revised edition of In Vitro Fertilization: The A.R.T. of Making Babies addresses the key issues and concerns of infertile couples. Written by one of the top in vitro specialists in the country, this book discusses in plain language everything couples need to know about IVF. From how to locate and choose the best IVF programs to what to expect as you go through the process, this book will prepare couples for the complex and emotional IVF journey. Included here are:
Conditions that negatively affect fertility, such as sexually transmitted diseases, endometriosis, ectopic pregnancy, and immune system conditions
Surrogate motherhood, egg donation, and other third-party parenting options
Detailed discussion of ovulation and the influence of age on egg quality
Ethics in fertility technology, including the recent controversies over cloning
This book provides extensive technical guidance to couples who are considering in vitro fertilization, allowing ...
The Environmental and Genetic Causes of Autism delves deep into the full body of past and current research to reveal how genetic predispositions and environmental factors can combine to produce the conditions autism and autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
To make this groundbreaking volume, Dr. James Lyons-Weiler combed through the past fifty years of published research on autism, exploring subjects such as genetic variation, mechanisms of neurotoxicity of metals and pesticides, and the central and combined roles of each in causing autism.
Lyons-Weiler provides a major overview of all aspects of the condition of autism, reviews changes in diagnoses and treatments, and explains how genetic information can be used to tailor effective treatments, and sometimes reversals, of the symptoms. He also presents practical forward-looking suggestions on how to design future studies to facilitate the discovery of biomarkers for autism risk and how to classify the full range of autism spectrum ...
Better Brain Food: Eat to Cheat Dementia and Cognitive Decline
The increase of the average lifespan is a triumph of modern medicine. On average, we can expect to live 10 or 20 years longer than our grandparents' generation. These extra years are a wonderful bonus, but also impose unprecedented challenges to our bodies and brains. Recent scientific investigations have uncovered foods and ingredients that can help protect brain cells from damage by oxidation and inflammation and keep the systems that support them working as well as possible.
In Better Brain Food, dietitian Ngaire Hobbins, an international authority on nutrition for aged care, presents a compelling argument that the food you eat can make a big difference to your quality of life as you age. Included in the book is the science behind these food choices and an assortment of recipes for categories such as:
• Power meals
• Fast salads
• Snacks and drinks
• Fruit and sweet things
• And more!
Ask Your Gynecologist was written for all of the women who cannot find the information they need to answer their questions about their bodies. Drs. Thornton and Schramm examine the most commonly asked questions and give valuable insight and advice about everything related to gynecology, including pap smears, the menstrual cycle, family planning, infections and disorders, pregnancy, and surgery. Each chapter is divided into questions so readers can look up specific issues quickly. Examples inspired by real women's situations are also included so readers can see that all of their questions are valid and worth asking. Advice on how to choose a gynecologist, when to make an appointment, and how to ensure that daughters visit a doctor is also included, as well as a full glossary and index.
When American saxophonist and social activist Fred Ho was diagnosed with stage 3b colo-rectal cancer in 2006 he underwent immediate surgery to remove the tumor and began preparing for chemotherapy. Within days his friends mobilized to arrange grocery deliveries, transport, companionship, and housekeeping dutiesthey called themselves Warriors for Fred."
Fred chose to write his astonishing cancer memoir as a diary, acknowledging that all the greatest warriors from Sun Tzu to swordsman Murasashi to Bruce Lee wrote daily diaries because warfare against a most formidable enemy will be won, ultimately, on the philosophical level. With incredibly detailed entries Fred talks frankly about his battlehis meticulous research, his various treatments, his successes, and his failures. Together, he and his loved ones discuss plans for future artistic projects: a new opera on Antony and Cleopatra, a project with a native Alaskan totem carver, and an underwater ballet for synchronized swimmers. ...
Written by a yoga student and teacher, For The Love Of Food And Yoga: A Celebration Of Mindful Eating And Being is a visually rich exploration of how the inner awareness we develop on our yoga mats fuels our bodies, minds and overall states of well-being, which subsequently impacts our lifestyles and food experiences. This book is comprised of 100 YogiBites"a collection of time-tested yoga teachingspaired with 100 original, soul-satiating recipes that are vegetarian, vegan, or raw. A handful of the playful and thoughtful recipes that will encourage us to eat, feel and live well include:
So Hum... Mus,
Hatha Hot and Sour Soup
Bird of Paradise Pina Colada
Delightfully Silly Snow Cones
The book's forward is written by David Swenson, recognized today as one of the world's foremost practitioners and instructors of Ashtanga Yoga.
"Christine has done the impossible! The Right Fit Formula is a diet/nutrition/fitness book that is personalized, informative, witty, insightful, and practical." -- Dr. David Schechter, Top Doctors "Ten Years" Award for Sports Medicine
For decades, people have chosen diets based on what worked for someone else -- some celebrity they admire, a coworker, or friend.
Diet and fitness expert Christine Lusita has been there. As she points out, "All my life I'd been hearing about workouts and diets that were supposed to be good for me. But each time I 'failed,' I felt as if I was the problem. I knew something had to change, and it wasn't about finding the next gimmick. It was about finding what worked for me."
In this highly-relatable and easy-to-follow guide, Christine shows you how to achieve YOUR version of personal success. Having battled for years with endless dieting, Christine has created a unique, individualized weight-loss transformation system for people exactly ...
Iris Grace is a beautiful little girl who, from a very young age, barely communicated, avoided social interaction with other people, and rarely smiled. From both before her diagnosis of autism and after, she seemed trapped in her own world, unable to connect with those around her.
One day, her mother brought home a Maine Coon kitten for Iris, even though cats aren't typically thought of as therapy pets. Thula, named after one of Iris's favorite African lullabies and meaning peace" in Zulu, immediately bonded with Iris. Thula knew right away how to assuage Iris when she became overstimulated; when to intervene when Iris became overwhelmed; and how to provide distraction when Iris started heading toward a meltdown. Whether exploring, playing, sleeping, or taking a bath with Iris or accompanying the family on a bike ride, Thula became so much more than a therapy cat. With Thula's safe companionship, Iris began to talk and interact with her family.
This heartwarming story is ...
From running legend Tom Derderian comes a comprehensive look at one of the most storied and celebrated athletic events in the nation, the Boston Marathon.
For more than 110 years, the race has been regarded as one of the world's great racing traditions. From the narrow starting line on Main Street, through the Screams Tunnel, past the coeds of Wellesley, and up the infamous Heartbreak Hill, Derderian chronicles the unforgettable passions, triumphs, and pitfalls of every race in the marathon's storied history. The book also includes interviews and race recaps from marathoning greats such as Bill Rodgers, Joan Benoit Samuelson, Meb Keflezighi, Uta Pippig, Alberto Salazar, Frank Shorter, Kara Goucher, Ryan Hall, Desiree Davila, Geoffrey Mutai, Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot, and dozens more.
Complete with more than one hundred photographs and results from every year, Boston Marathon belongs on the shelf of every runner.
Human beings have always been cruel, savage, and murderous. Is that all about to change?
Human history can be seen as a catalog of coldhearted murders, mindless blood feuds, appalling massacres, and devastating wars. Creatively and intellectually, there is no other species that has ever come close to equaling humanity's achievements, but neither is any other species as suicidally prone to internecine conflict. We are the only species on the planet whose ingrained habit of conflict and perpetual warfare constitutes the chief threat to our own survival.
In An End to Murder, the Wilsons assess whether human beings are in reality as cruel and violent as is generally believed. The book explores the possibility that humankind is on the verge of a fundamental change: that we are about to become truly civilized. Covering a wide-reaching history of violence from the first hominids to the twenty-first century, the book touches on key moments of change while also indicating where things have ...
Are you afraid you might succumb to bird flu? Worried that a life of poverty awaits you in old age? Concerned that you might not be having as much sex as the French? Anxious that our planet is under threat from climate change or a collision with an asteroid? If any, or all, of these things worry you, you're not alone. Anxiety is a part of modern life. But why? We're living longer, safer, and healthier lives than at any time in human history. So what is there to worry about?
In this witty and revealing book, Simon Briscoe and Hugh Aldersey-Williams strip away the hysteria that surrounds over forty of today's most common scare stories, from overpopulation and murder rates to fish shortages and obesity levels, and show the extraordinary extent to which statistics are manipulated or misrepresented by vested interests and the media, eager to exploit our fears. And most importantly they offer a toolkit for skepticismways of helping readers sort out what really is worth panicking about ...
The coronavirus is spreading rapidly. It keeps the world's population in suspense. Politics reacts. Democratic freedoms are being restricted. People are insecure and worried. Fear spreads. The world holds its breath and is partly paralyzed.
This informative book, written by a experienced physician, aims to help counteract a catastrophe. It shedding light on the challenges and provides the information so urgently needed. Data and facts, clear hygienic and medical instructions for action about the best practice and for hygiene and infection prevention as well as very concrete help can bring the reader safely through this pandemic and through every epidemic.
This helpful guide is for everyone in every situation - whether infected or not, whether with pre-existing conditions or healthy. This book gives advice for working and private life, whether young or old, medical and hygienic layperson or professional... It shows how everyone should behave at the moment and in the future and what ...