Eat Meat And Stop Jogging: ‘Common’ Advice On How To Get Fit Is Keeping You Fat And Making You Sick by Mike Sheridan

Nutrition and Fitness Expert, Mike Sheridan, uncovers everything that’s ‘wrong’ with fat loss and exercise advice in Eat Meat And Stop Jogging. Inspired by personal practice and supported by credible research, Mike discusses the flaws in the prevailing recommendations to get fit, and illustrates the negative affect on our health and body composition.

Despite conventional beliefs, Eat Meat And Stop Jogging contends that the instruction to limit red meat, restrict calories, increase fiber, run long distances, avoid saturated fat and reduce cholesterol is increasing our waistline, decreasing our lifespan, and leading to an unnecessary struggle.

Author: Mike Sheridan

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
267 reviews

The Sun Still Shines: How a Brain Tumor Helped Me See the Light by Jodi Orgill Brown

In a candid and witty memoir, Jodi recounts how her life was transformed when, as a thirty-three-year-old wife and mother, she was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Unwilling to accept her new fate, Jodi’s family searches for a doctor who will join their fight against the odds. But when the surgery that could save her life thrusts her into battle with a devastating spinal fluid leak and facial paralysis, even her own children fear her new appearance and physical failings. Jodi perseveres, even with an injured body and spirit. Interweaving the inspiring, provoking, and sometimes disturbing, Jodi reveals the hells and highs of her journey as she fights for hope and purpose—and life.

Author: Jodi Orgill Brown

Rating: Rating: 4.90 / 5
204 reviews

The Longest Day, A Travis Combs Post-Apocalyptic Thriller (First Wave Series Book 2) by JT Sawyer and Emily Nemchick

After training and leading his small band of survivors through the desert, Travis Combs just wants to get back home to his son in Denver. However, an emerging force in the mountains of Flagstaff poses a threat to his plans, and they will stop at nothing to obtain what he has. This novella is the second installment in the First Wave series. Approximately 111 pages.

JT Sawyer is the pen name for the author who makes his living teaching survival courses for the military special operations community, Department of Homeland Security, US Marshals, NTSB, FAA, and other federal agencies throughout the US. He has over 25 years of experience testing long-term survival skills in the desert, mountains, and forest. JT also served as a technical consultant for the film Into the Wild.

Author: JT Sawyer and Emily Nemchick

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
106 reviews

Everything You Need To Know About Caregiving For Parkinson’s Disease (Everything You Need To Know About Parkinson’s Disease Book 2) by Lianna Marie

Everything You Need to Know about Caring for Someone with Parkinson’s – All in One Place! This comprehensive guide answers your most important questions about caring for someone with Parkinson’s Disease. Written in easy to understand every day English, this book is the result of 25 years experience and research in living a life with Parkinson’s Disease. Filled with information, tips and helpful hints on a wide range of topics, Caregiving for Parkinson’s will help guide you through all the many stages of caregiving.Here’s some of what you’re going to discover: Discover what to expect as a caregiver. How much will it cost? How will it affect you physically? How long will your caregiving journey last? The 6 essential legal documents you’ll want to have prepared for your loved one with Parkinson’s. 7 Things you should NOT to do when caregiving. Try to avoid making these mistakes. What you should know about the common medications prescribed for Parkinson’s patients and how to help your loved one get the most out of them. 16 Tips to make sure your home is “Parkinson’s proof”. Why depression is common in people with Parkinson’s and how you can help your loved one alleviate this negative emotion. The 3 different types of hallucinations and delusions and what you can do if your loved one experiences them. How to prevent falls. (Is your loved one’s living space safe?) 29 Tips to make mealtimes and swallowing easier for your loved one, and how taking an important Red Cross course could be a life saver.How to care for your loved one if you live miles away, plus long-distance caregiving “NO’s” – you ‘ll definitely want to avoid doing these 3 things! 8 Techniques you can use in order to help your loved one manage “freezing”. You’ll learn a neat little trick discovered by accident that works very effectively. 15 Tips for helping you and your loved one get a better night’s sleep. This book isn’t just about caring for your loved one; it’s also about caring for YOU.Inside you’ll learn: How to deal with the emotional side of caregiving. What should you do when you feel overwhelmed? 23 of the most common signs of caregiver stress. 2 Main types of formal respite care and how to decide which one’s best. How to set boundaries when you have a hard time saying “no”. 7 Important strategies to help you find time for yourself. Why guilt is a normal part of caregiving and the 7 ways you can deal with it. How to cope with loneliness. The relationship between caregiving and weight gain, including 14 tips to help you lessen this unwanted “side effect”. 15 Key strategies you can use to prevent caregiver burnout. You’ll find these tips too: How to decide whether or not to move your loved one into a nursing home. How to know when your loved one should stop driving and what to do if they won’t give up their keys. What to do when no one will help you care for your loved one. Learn the special needs of a spousal caregiver. There are a few that may surprise you. 17 Tips to help you care for a loved one with both Parkinson’s and dementia. What to do if your loved one refuses Home Care. How to keep peace in your family throughout the caregiving process. 6 Tips to help you in the grieving process if your loved has dementia. Essential caregiving resources including where to find financial assistance, caregiving courses and support groups. Helpful gadgets for people with Parkinson’s. And much more… Scroll up and get your and get your copy now.

Author: Lianna Marie

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
30 reviews

Prevention: The Most Important Treatment of Heart Disease: A Companion Guide: Using Diet and Exercise to Reduce Your Risk of a Heart Attack, Angioplasty, or Bypass Surgery by Gregg Yamada

With so many excellent books about cardiac prevention already available, why is heart disease still the number one killer of men and women?

Despite dozens of proven diet and exercise programs available, why are most people overweight?

Why aren’t we doing a better job of preventing heart disease?

We know what to do, but why aren’t we following through?

What are we doing wrong?

In Prevention: The Most Important Treatment of Heart Disease, a Companion Guide, cardiologist Dr. Gregg Yamada provides answers to these questions and shared a novel perspective, using diet and exercise, that may help you reduce your risk of heart disease.

Prevention (lowering blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar; losing weight through diet and exercise) must be viewed as an actual treatment of heart disease, no different from medications, a heart bypass, or an angioplasty. In other words, controlling your blood pressure and lowering your cholesterol (prevention) is just as important as having an angioplasty (treatment). Losing weight and controlling your diabetes (prevention) is equally as important as bypass surgery (treatment).

Prevention is the most important treatment of heart disease.

Author: Gregg Yamada

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
21 reviews

Fibromyalgia: The Fibromyalgia Guide to Overcome Pain and Suffering to Live a Happier Life by Richard Hill

Effective Strategies For Managing, Living And Being Pain Free Once And For All From Fibromyalgia!!!!
Suffering from Pain all over your body and it never seems to quit! Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that affects about 6 million Americans. With Fibromyalgia, you often feel exhausted and hurt all over. The worst part of Fibromyalgia is that your doctor may not find anything wrong with you even after multiple lab tests. Fibromyalgia is usually misunderstood and misdiagnosed. Do you constantly ask yourself “Is It Going To Get Worse?”
With Fibromyalgia Guide, you will learn everything you’ve always wanted to know about Fibromyalgia. This book is to help all those who suffer with Fibromyalgia to regain their health and live a pain free life. You will discover the signs and symptoms behind this chronic condition. The types of treatment methods for relieving the pain caused by Fibromyalgia. Lifestyle choices that you can make to effectively move towards recovery. Most importantly, this book guides you every step of the way to help you to say good riddance to Fibromyalgia.
Fibromyalgia Guide includes …
What is FibromyalgiaLearn The Signs And Symptoms of FibromyalgiaDiagnosing FibromyalgiaNatural And Medical Treatment Methods for FibromyalgiaHow to Manage FibromyalgiaLifestyle Changes Towards Health ImprovementCommon Mistakes To Avoid With FibromyalgiaAnd So Much More!
Take action today and get relief from Fibromyalgia NOW!! Download this book for a limited time discount of only $0.99

Author: Richard Hill

Rating: Rating: 4.00 / 5
23 reviews

Eat Meat And Stop Jogging: ‘Common’ Advice On How To Get Fit Is Keeping You Fat And Making You Sick by Mike Sheridan

Nutrition and Fitness Expert, Mike Sheridan, uncovers everything that’s ‘wrong’ with fat loss and exercise advice in Eat Meat And Stop Jogging. Inspired by personal practice and supported by credible research, Mike discusses the flaws in the prevailing recommendations to get fit, and illustrates the negative affect on our health and body composition.

Despite conventional beliefs, Eat Meat And Stop Jogging contends that the instruction to limit red meat, restrict calories, increase fiber, run long distances, avoid saturated fat and reduce cholesterol is increasing our waistline, decreasing our lifespan, and leading to an unnecessary struggle.

Author: Mike Sheridan

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
264 reviews

Gluten Free – A Lifestyle Guide for Gluten-free Living: Gluten free guide to the Gluten Free lifestyle, celiac disease and the Gluten free diet by Jake Hargis

Gluten Free – A Lifestyle Guide for Gluten-free Living is the title of my new book about going gluten-free.
When you have read the book, you will
– have a good understanding of what gluten is
– know how the gluten-free diet is changing the health landscape for so many people
– be able to decide whether Gluten-free is a lifestyle you want to follow.

I have written the book in straight-forward layman’s terms so as to be reader-friendly and easy to understand by anyone, especially by sufferers. All my health and lifestyle books are in this style – my readers seem to like it that way.
In summary, in my book you will learn about
– the basics about gluten and the benefits of going gluten-free
– how to eat gluten-free and still get delicious meals
– managing a gluten-free lifestyle – at home and eating out
– celiac disease and gluten intolerance
– gluten-free and weight-loss.

In the last chapter of Gluten Free – A Lifestyle Guide for Gluten-free Living (so that you can have a summary of everything in my book) I have created three check-lists that isolate the key points about going Gluten-free.

Finally – to help you get started with eating gluten-free meals – there is a complimentary bonus chapter that you can download. This is called “Seven-day Gluten-free Recipe Plan”. It is a collection of 21 Gluten-free recipes that are easy and fast to prepare. There are seven recipes in each of three meal categories – so you can enjoy a different gluten-free meal three times a day, every day, for a whole week.

Come to think of it………….the gluten-free lifestyle benefits your health whether your body is intolerant of gluten or not. So whether by choice or necessity, living gluten-free really is a win-win situation.

So………..seems to me that a copy of Gluten Free – A Lifestyle Guide for Gluten-free Living is just what you need to get to grips with going gluten-free……Get yours today.

Author: Jake Hargis

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
38 reviews

Betty & Veronica (The Escape Collection) by Elena Aitken

In sickness and in health…that’s what best friends are for, right?When Addison announces she has breast cancer, her best friend Rori knows she’ll do whatever it takes to see her through it. Because after all, what’s Betty without her Veronica?***Please note, this is a short story, not a full length work of fiction.***~The Escape Collection~Unwind and let the world fade away while you escape with a good book.Single Titles For You To Enjoy:* Nothing Stays In Vegas* Drawing Free* Composing Myself* Sugar Crash* Betty & Veronica -Short Story

Author: Elena Aitken

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
85 reviews

Raising happy and healthy children with diabetes: A GUIDE FOR PARENTS AND DELICIOUS RECIPES FOR YOUR CHILD AND THE WHOLE FAMILY by Elizabeth Ambrose

The diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes affects not only your child but the whole family. You can raise a happy and healthy child by ensuring that your child has the right support team, a diabetes plan suitable for the child and management of the blood sugar levels.
This book provides you with a guide about having the right team, keeping track of blood sugar, what to expect and having the right diabetes plan that includes exercise, an eating healthy guideline and meal plans , as well as, delicious recipes for your child and the whole family.
Your child does not need special food. This book includes:
7 Breakfast recipes
7 Snack recipes
7 Lunch recipes
7 Dinner recipes
7 Dessert recipes and
7 drink recipes to enjoy!
Nutritional information is also included in all recipes.

Scroll up and grab your copy.

Author: Elizabeth Ambrose

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
6 reviews