GIVE YOUR BABY THE BEST START IN LIFE In my years of experience, I have developed a holistic way of assisting couples with their pregnancies. My treatments and advice combine Eastern and Western medical knowledge as well as traditional and complementary health techniques. With this in mind, I have formulated an 'A to Z' with solutions for common pregnancy complaints and some fundamental pregnancy and childbirth information. This book will help you make informed choices, allowing you to play an active role in your pregnancy and labour. It is packed with wonderful self-help advice, is easy to use, and is a vital resource for both pregnant women and their caregivers. Proceeds from this book are going towards financing a clinic for pregnant mothers and young babies in rural South Africa. This will create a place where rural women can receive essential advice and support for healthier pregnancies and safer childbirth.
Quirky Girl's TEN POINT PLAN for a HEALTHY LIFESTYLE EVERY PERSON IS DIFFERENT EVERYONE STARTS FROM WHERE THEY ARE NOW YOUR LIFESTYLE CHANGES ARE TAILORED PERSONALLY FOR YOU The biggest challenge with most conventional 'diets' is boredom. The same old boring 'diet' foods - always feeling on the edge of hunger - can't eat this - shouldn't eat that. Not allowed to drink alcohol - red wine is more fattening than white wine - beer is full of calories - dry cider is better for you than sweet cider. Says who? Not me. We've heard it all before - it didn't work then and it never will work. No food or drink is banned on the Ten Point Plan. You learn to eat the food you love in the quantities that suit the person you wish to become. If you eat properly balanced meals which suit the lifestyle you live, you will never feel hungry and resort to 'yo-yo' dieting of bingeing and starving. BELIEVE IN YURSELF.
Transform your life in 2015 with the help of this healthy diet journal. Tracking nutrition can really help you maintain a healthy weight and stay on track throughout the New Year and beyond! Being aware of what you are eating can also help you identify nutritional deficiencies that may be present. Track your water intake as well as your fruit and vegetable consumption, exercise and more! The interior contents of the journal feature a fill-in-the-blank design to guide you along your journal. Fill in your weight, goals, feelings and other pertinent information as you take steps to transform your life. You'll see a section specifically for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks along with sections to track protein, carbs, fats and calories. As you scroll down to the next page you'll see a section for Fitness. Feel free to track your workouts and reps and take notes as you see fit. The next section focuses on mindset. There is space to write down how you feel each day. Certain foods can affect your mood and you'll also be able to identify the foods and activities that make you feel the most content if you fill in this section. (Jumbo 8 x 11 size) Designed for people who want more room to write down their fitness and health goals, needs and more! There is plenty of space for tracking calories, fat, carbs, protein and more. Of course, you can just track calories. BONUS: 20+ bonus pages of graphing paper is found at the end of this journal for graphs, mini dream boards, lists, art or anything you would like to add to this journal.
Carol Leonard had been a midwife for over 30 years when she experienced a little "blip" in her career and wandered off in a completely unexpected direction. This book is a screamingly funny account of one woman's postmenopausal experience of being in Beauty School. "Outrageous and whip-smart."
Using a sociological, historical, and psychological approach, this work offers a multidisciplinary perspective and fills the research gap about the Harlem community and urban black life during the Jazz Age and the Great Depression. This book proposes that Harlem was an intricate domain of competing ideologies, needs, and interests wherein there were many cross-cutting forms of power and exclusion. Such competition placed the community at the intersection of complicated power relations in which local, citywide and nationwide power, policies, and commitments overlapped. Changing economic circumstances that characterized the interwar period combined with the shifting municipal politics including community reliance on government support and the political strength of medical societies that left Harlem residents politically and economically circumscribed in their efforts to build and fortify institutions focused on maintaining community wellness. In this larger circumscription, citywide, statewide, and nationwide politics made health for black people a politicized affair during the early twentieth century. This work further reveals that in conjunction with the political economy of race, health was a major issue of debate that residents of Harlem could enter into despite systematic efforts by politicians and medical professionals to simultaneously limit residents' political agency and regulate health services and institutions in New York City. Such fissures and cracks within the political structure allowed for community engagement and empowerment. This study provides for a more comprehensive understanding of the connections among black morbidity, mortality, health-care delivery, and black political engagement in Harlem, New York, and aims to expand the historical understanding of race and politics, as well as the lived experiences of black people in New York City in the early twentieth century. As a scholarly work in the field of African American urban history, Building a Healthy Black Harlem is accessible to upper-division undergraduate and graduate students in courses in post-1865 United States history, African American history, and urban history. It also possesses the insight and rigor for specialists in the field of New York City history and African American urban history.
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