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A house is a family?s refuge, yet the air in the average American home is up to ten times more polluted than air just outside. This shocking statistic highlights an inescapable truth of modern life: our homes have become unhealthy places! With The Everything Guide to a Healthy Home, readers will uncover the hidden dangers of their house, and learn how to neutralize the toxins, radiation, and chemicals that threaten the average house. The book includes: ? Instant fi x checklists that will immediately make the house a safer place ? Information on applying these principles to cars, workplaces, and even schools ? Foods that fi ght back against cancer and toxin exposure Whether readers make every fi x or just a targeted few, the decisive steps in The Everything Guide to a Healthy Home will result in a safer, more comfortable, and more livable home for readers and their families. AUTHOR: Lisa Stockwell is a writer and editor with a background in healthy and sustainable home design. She was editor-in-chief of Homeowner?s Resource, a San Francisco-based home improvement magazine, and, over six years, steered the magazine?s focus to eco-friendly and healthy living. She has written feature articles on healthy lifestyles and the environment for various organizations and publications. SELLING POINTS: ? Includes home fix prioritization checklists that are ranked on the projected health impact of making the fix, rather than the timeline associated with it. ? Includes activities designed to teach your children about the principles of a healthy home, and what they can do to protect themselves while they are away from the house ? The idea of the ?healthy home? free from toxins and other dangers is rapidly becoming a mainstream phenomenon. In the month of April alone, this idea of the healthy home has been featured on Oprah and CNN ? Everything home and garden titles have sold more than 350,000 copies!
The book encourages an understanding of heart disease, who is most at risk, and highlights the importance of healthy eating as a preventative measure against this disease. It provides 83 delicious, accessible recipes specifically designed to lower cholesterol. Meal ideas are packed with fruits and salads, lean meats and oily fish, nuts and low-fat dairy produce. Cooking for a Healthy Heart also includes ideas for special occasions, such as celebration meals, meals for one and quick and healthy snacks.
Table of Contents Prelude Celiac Disease Chapter # 1: Overview Chapter # 2: Symptoms Chapter # 3: Diagnostics Gluten-Free Diet Chapter # 1: Intro Chapter # 2: Going Gluten-Free Chapter # 3: What to Eat? Main Dishes Chapter # 1: Baked Omelet Pie Chapter # 2: Barbecued Beef Chapter # 3: Stuffed Peppers Chapter # 4: Lamb Chops Chapter # 5: Mexican Style Meat Desserts Chapter # 1: Zucchini Bread Chapter # 2: Flourless Chocolate Cake Chapter # 3: Peanut Butter Cookies Conclusion References Author Bio Publisher Prelude The Celiac disease is a disorder that is not unheard of. People who suffer from this disorder are prone to stomach damage if they consume foods containing gluten. A gluten-free diet specifically targets these people and is thus a diet that excludes foods containing gluten. When consumed, gluten causes inflammation in the small intestine that leads to other signs and symptoms. In order to prevent and bring these signs under check, gluten must be avoided. Any person, unless of course an experienced medical practitioner, cannot build his/her own diet out of scratch, even though the diet's name is pretty much self-explanatory. This is where this book comes in; it relieves you of any doubt about the causes of the problems the diet deals with, to its recipes, so you would have complete knowledge when you shift to the non-gluten regimen. Moreover, the diet is also applicable to people with non-celiac gluten sensitivity which will be explained later. Note that people with non-celiac gluten sensitivity may or may not benefit from a gluten-free diet, but for sufferers of celiac disease, a gluten-free meal plan is a necessity rather than a suggestion. Switching to the diet can itself be a big step as it will pretty much involve you to substitute each gluten component of your diet with something new. But with courage, faith, and guidance in the right direction, it is not that difficult to accomplish this goal. Read on and find out more!
Biddy is still struggling to help nephew Tom make Hartley House a financial success. When Boris - their Polish handyman/butler - suggests they put in a swimming pool, Biddy reluctantly agrees. But the pool is not quite the attraction they had hoped - and so on Tom's suggestion, Biddy hires Aurora Feverfew, an expert in Anger Management. The course is an instant success, bringing to Hartley House a succession of problematic guests, some of whom prove so impossible finally Biddy herself ends up resolving to join them on the course......
Get Fit, Healthy and Stay That Way 40+ Don't be afraid of asking for help when you're looking to improve your weight, fitness, or recover from some form of debilitating lifestyle condition, especially when you're 40+. Where you haven't completed any exercise in a while, this book is a great tool to help you understand the simple steps required for starting a fitness plan - and, most importantly, how to get started. I will not make false promises of magic fat loss or meteoric fitness gains. Rather, I'll help you understand how each part of your lifestyle can be adjusted to help you achieve those changes necessary for good, long term, sustainable improvement. Your age is irrelevant. Male or female doesn't matter. What is essential is your commitment to get fit, healthy and stay that way as you age. Your benefits: Improve your weight Have more energy Reduced risk of heart disease and cancer Enjoy a more invigorating lifestyle The book is divided into a logical step-by-step approach which, when followed, will support you to ensure your changes are organised - and how they interact with each other in a way that helps you achieve success. Actions: Start with an honest assessment of your current health and fitness Record your measurements and fitness tests Set goals which you can measure Decide on an exercise plan and find out which exercises are best for you Review your diet and nutrition to understand what changes will help you If you are overweight and have been inactive for any period of time your risk of developing heart or kidney problems, diabetes and cancers, is considerably higher than it should be according to The World Health Organisation WHO and the NHS. In this book I am going to show you how your exercise activity helps you to take control or your lifestyle and benefit from improved health and fitness. I want to see you being able to run around with the kids, feel better about your body and enjoy a new energy for life. This can be achieved if you trust yourself. If you struggle you can tell me about it. We can share your unique experience and I can help you succeed as I offer follow up advice or training programmes online if you need additional support.
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