Weight Loss Freestyle Cookbook: The Beginner’s Cookbook Full Of Delicious & Healthy Recipes To Reach Your Weight Loss Goals! by Alicia Mitcham

DISCOVER THE BEGINNER’S COOKBOOK FULL OF DELICIOUS & HEALTHY RECIPES TO REACH YOUR WEIGHT LOSS GOALS!It is an undisputed fact that millions of people around the globe are suffering from a myriad of health problems and issues. Much of it relates to lifestyle choices, and big part is the food that they consume. While there are plenty of diets and fads out there promoted with the aim to help people get rid of their health and fitness problems, much of them either limit or restrict what you can or cannot eat, which makes the dieting process for many people miserable and not the least motivating whatsoever. However, this doesn’t have to be the case with the recipes you will discover inside this book as it not only simple in its follow through, but it gives you the freedom to still enjoy your dishes and the meals you’d like to eat. What you are about to learn inside this book are all sorts of recipes that you can cook and enjoy for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and will help you hit your goals this year to lose weight, melt the fat away and live the lifestyle you desire.So what are you waiting for? scroll up and the click the “Buy now with 1-Click Æ” Button now!

Author: Alicia Mitcham

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Preventing Dementia by Karen Aken

Loss of brain function is a scary thing. I remember after my Father watched my Grandfather slowly lose his mind and then his life to Alzheimer’s he tried every way he could to not meet the same fate. He played a lot of Sudoku, tried to eat a healthier diet, and exercised daily. Sudoku seems to be the main exercise people go to when they fear dementia. Sudoku is great at exercising your brain, but it only exercises the brain’s mathematical functions. If you are planning on doing lots of Math during your golden years, then doing Sudoku every day is perfect for you. If you would like to ensure that all of your brain’s functions will continue to work properly, then you might want to add a wide variety of activities to improve all brain functions. The goal of this book is to change up your routine, help you start living a healthier lifestyle (if you aren’t already), and to challenge your brain with new and sometimes random activities you may not have not done since you were a kid. Also available in paperback. Visit www.wellnesswithkarenaken.com for more health tips and information.

Author: Karen Aken

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Cancer Without Walk-a-Thons by Rachel Eleah Roisman

Rachel Eleah Roisman, M.D., M.P.H., a board-certified internist and public health doctor, was 42 years old when she died. At age 39, she had been diagnosed with a rare, aggressive cancer – mesenchymal chondrosarcoma. This is the blog she wrote during those years. It’s funny, sad, and oddly inspiriting. We have left it exactly as she wrote it, without any editorial changes or corrections.

Author: Rachel Eleah Roisman

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Hair Loss Balding Cure: The Most Effective Treatments for Hair Loss and Balding: Information about the best treatments and remedies to treat hair loss and balding. by Healthy Living

Are you one of the billions of people out there suffering from Hair loss?Are you searching the Internet for remedies looking for that magic cure? You’re not alone and the research has already been done.This short and to the point E-book summarises the most effective treatments out there for hair loss and makes use of research from various sources across the Internet. Save yourself time looking and spend 5 minutes reading this book to get the key take outs of what’s out there to help you.Thanks,HealthyLivingNz

Author: Healthy Living

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Diabetes Cure: Control and Take Care of Diabetes Mellitus With the Right Treatment by Debra Lacy

Controlling and Managing DiabetesDiabetes is considered as a debilitating disease that affects millions of people all over the world. Diabetes mellitus may occur as an autoimmune disease that affects the beta cells in the pancreas or it might occur as a lifestyle disease. This disease is often associated with many types of diseases such as cardiovascular anomalies, high blood pressure and obesity. It is important to take note that diabetes is a complex disease with complex signs, symptoms and complications. Having said this, controlling and managing diabetes is a challenging task that requires dedication from the patient, his or her immediate family members and healthcare team.Despite the complexity of the disease, patients suffering diabetes can still manage their condition well as long as they know how to deal with their disease. This is where this book comes in.With this book, you will be able to learn about the following:Understand the overview of diabetes mellitus. Chapter 1 discusses how important the role of insulin is to homeostasis and the lack thereof can lead to the onset of the disease. This chapter also discusses care management for pre-diabetic patients.Chapter 2 discusses the types of control and management practices involved in treating diabetes. A section in this chapter is dedicated to medical intervention that diabetic patients need to take. The medical intervention includes medication, insulin therapy and bariatric surgery. Meanwhile, another section on Chapter 2 focuses on lifestyle modification which includes dietary guidelines and exercise regimen for diabetic patients.Lastly, chapter 3 gives a short discussion on how to manage the complications of diabetic patients.Let this book serve as your guide on managing and controlling your blood sugar. Living with diabetes may be inconvenient but this does not mean that you should accept your limitations.With this book, you will learn how to handle your disease so that you can live a normal life despite your special condition.

Author: Debra Lacy

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Healthy Gut: How to Restore Gut Balance, Boost Metabolism, and Heal Your Gut by Grace Bell

Gut Flora Health
Do you struggle with bloating, constipation, or anxiety? Are you dealing with a chronic intestinal infection? Get the help you need from Healthy Gut: How to Restore Gut Balance, Boost Metabolism, and Heal Your Gut.

The typical human has 100 trillion microorganisms living in his or her gut. Recent studies have shown that these microbes, primarily bacteria, play a vital role in promoting and protecting physical and mental health. They can help your body stave off infections, expedite natural toxin removal processes and facilitate the breakdown of complex carbohydrates.

However, not all gut bacteria are good for the body. There are both good and bad bacteria that fight for space in your digestive tract. When the balance of these organisms is disrupted, a variety of health issues can occur, including obesity, anxiety, intestinal distress and depression.

This book will give you the latest information on how gut balance can be restored. By reading this book you’ll learn:
• Why the gut is commonly referred to as the body’s second brain
• What gut flora is and what causes imbalance in gut flora
• The symptoms and harmful effects of gut dysbiosis

You will also discover:
• How to choose the right foods for restoring gut balance
• What probiotics, prebiotics and fermented food are and how these help
• Healthy strategies for improving the health of your gut

Once your gut health improves, you’ll start seeing impressive changes in your overall well-being. Physically, you’ll have more energy and lose weight. Mentally, you’ll be less prone to depression and anxiety.

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Author: Grace Bell

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Heart Attack and Its Management: A Book on Cardiac Emergency by Paolo Jose de Luna

Chest pain is nothing new since it’s a common complaint made by various people. It can come from a sudden bout of fullness after a heavy meal, but it can also come from trauma or from a respiratory disease like pneumonia. But when chest pain settles in that’s excruciating and unbearable, along with difficulty of breathing and an extreme case of sweating, then you know there’s something wrong here.
Heart attack or myocardial infarction, as it is termed in the healthcare setting, is a condition wherein the heart doesn’t get a sufficient amount of oxygen to support its consistent function. This is often due to the constriction of the coronary arteries, the tiny arteries that provide blood supply to the heart muscles, or a clog in the coronary arteries. When this happens, the heart doesn’t get its supply of oxygen and the heart muscles can get damaged. It only takes a few minutes for the heart to survive without oxygen and in about a mere 3-5 minutes, the heart can get sustain damage called “ischemia”.
The heart can only go for so long without oxygen. Oftentimes, those who sustain a prolonged heart attack or myocardial infarction are left with irreversible cardiac damage that may show as signs and symptoms like easy fatigability, abnormal heart rhythms, a faster or slower heart rate, and a radiating chest pain. With these alarming signs and symptoms, going to the emergency room is important and that time for medical interventions should not be delayed.
A heart attack is not that difficult to identify as a crushing and excruciating chest pain that is often described as a vise gripping the heart or as an elephant sitting down on one’s chest. However, there are some cases of heart attacks that may be undetected or not even felt by the person having the heart attack. These “silent” heart attacks are considered deadlier since they can display no obvious signs and symptoms, but still continue causing extensive damage to the heart by delaying medical intervention. A great deal of knowledge, skill, and care is required when it comes to dealing with heart attacks, but composure is also a key factor when it comes to handling a heart attack.
In this book, we’ll be talking about heart attacks or myocardial infarctions, everything about it, including the signs and symptoms of heart attacks, the diagnostic tests used to identify a myocardial infarction, the management for a heart attack, and even the emergency management and the things you should if you see someone having a heart attack or experience a heart attack yourself.
Are you ready to challenge yourself and tackle one of the greatest medical emergencies in the world? Sit back and read on to know more about Heart Attack and its Management.

Author: Paolo Jose de Luna

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Superfoods Breakfasts: Over 40 Quick & Easy Gluten Free Low Cholesterol Whole Foods Recipes full of Antioxidants & Phytochemicals (Natural Weight Loss Transformation Book 30) by Don Orwell

How Can You Go Wrong With Superfoods-Only Diet?
FACT:Way too many of us live in a state of poor health, lethargy and moderate obesity. We live with headaches, back pain, inflammation, arthritis, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, skin problems, insomnia and cancer – they’re all the byproducts of modern western diet, based on processed food. Superfoods are foods and the medicine and they can help with all these symptoms!!

Superfoods Breakfasts book contains 40+ breakfast recipes created with 100% Superfoods ingredients. This 150+ pages long book contains recipes for:
• Superfoods Breakfasts
• Bonus chapter: Superfoods Condiments
• Bonus chapter: Superfoods Appetizers

Most of the meals can be prepared in under 15 minutes. Each recipe combines Superfoods ingredients that deliver astonishing amounts of antioxidants, essential fatty acids (like omega-3), minerals, vitamins, and more.

“Our Food Should Be Our Medicine And Our Medicine Should Be Our Food.” – Hippocrates 460 – 370 BC
The best thing about Superfoods Diet is that it will keep your appetite and cravings under control and it will balance your hormones. It’s nearly impossible to lose fat if your hormones are out of balance. Superfoods Diet works because it’s return to the type of food your body naturally craves and was designed for. Whole foods Superfoods is the food humans consumed for literally millions of years. Superfoods are nutritionally dense foods that are widely available and which offer tremendous dietary and healing potential. Superfoods diet forbids processed foods, hybridized foods, gluten foods and high glycemic foods. There is nothing super in any of the processed foods or today’s hybridized wheat, corn, soy or potatoes. Processed food is the main reason why people suffer from inflammations and why their hormones are out of balance.Superfoods Diet is the only diet that doesn’t restrict any major type of food. If features:
• Healthy Fats: Olive Oil, Nuts, Seeds, Coconut Oil, Avocado
• Proteins: Salmon, Beans, Organic Chicken, Grass-Fed Beef, Pork Tenderloin, Lentils
• Non-gluten Carbs: Fruits, Vegetables, Oats, Brown Rice, Quinoa, Buckwheat
• Simple non-processed Dairy: Greek Yogurt, Farmer’s Cheese, Goat Cheese
• Antioxidants: Garlic, Ginger, Turmeric, Cacaa, Cinnamon, Berries

Superfoods are basically nutrients packed foods especially beneficial for health and well-being. After eating these superior sources of anti-oxidants and essential nutrients for only a week or two you will:
• Start losing weight and boost energy
• Get rid of sugar or junk food cravings
• Lower your blood sugar and stabilize your insulin level
• Detox your body from years of eating processed foods
• Lower your blood pressure and your cholesterol
• Fix your hormone imbalance and boost immunity
• Increase your stamina and libido
• Get rid of inflammations in your body

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Author: Don Orwell

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