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Few decisions in life are as important as choosing what we fuel our bodies with several times a day. Choosing a healthy dietary regimen is made much more difficult because of the seemingly conflicting and confusing dietary advice available to consumers. My promise to you? Offer a simple, effective, easy to follow solution to this dilemma. To identify the best eating plan on the planet, one needs to start with a clean slate and follow the lead of science. It's also imperative to understand that no single plan is best for everyone, and it must take into account individual and genetically predetermined differences. Years of full-time, dedicated scientific research and 33 years of experience has led to discovering the "common denominator" in successfully eating for health, wellness, and longevity. The shared trait is a diet steeped in body-familiar, nutrient-dense foods. It's just as important to avoid foods that are incongruous with our dietary past, especially foods that are genetically altered, processed, or contain preservatives. The "solution" is the Healthy Dynamic Living (HDL) Nutrition Plan. The HDL Nutrition Plan is not just another diet, rather a nutrition based lifestyle designed to promote healthy aging and ultimate wellness. The advice in this guide doesn't rely solely on Paleolithic principles for its lifestyle-management recommendations. It blends healthy eating practices from successful modern cultures and cutting-edge science to create a truly comprehensive nutrition "how-to" manual.
Are you tired of trying to lose weight by dieting? Frustrated with all the complicated calorie-counting methods of trimming down? "A Healthy Approach to a Happier You" takes all the nonsense out of losing weight and is full of fun, easy, and common sense ideas of how a real-life person can successfully lose weight. The simple do's and don'ts will give you ample suggestions to implement right away so that you can become a healthier and happier you!
Every year, health organizations bombard consumers with what they cant eatsalt, sugar, and fat are some of the usual suspects. But what about what we can eat? Readers will enjoy a welcome shift in perspective as they learn the tasty, healthy foods they should be eating, including vegetables, dairy, and even cocoa! With full-color photographs and easy-to-follow recipes, readers will devour information about the health properties of carrots, the inventive ways to use yogurt, and perhaps even the tenacity needed to bake bread. Fact boxes offer even more tasty tidbits to ready readers for lunch!
The management of organizational behavior is a critically important source of competitive advantage in today's organizations. Every organization's members share a constellation of skills, abilities, and motivations that differentiates it from every other firm. To gain advantage, managers must be able to capitalize on these individual differences as jobs are designed, teams are formed, work is structured, and change is facilitated. This textbook, now in its second edition, provides its readers with the knowledge required to succeed as managers under these circumstances.
In this book, John Wagner and John Hollenbeck make the key connection between theory and practice to help students excel as managers charged with the task of securing competitive advantage. They present students with a variety of helpful learning tools, including:
The ideal book for undergraduate and graduate students of organizational behavior,Organizational Behavior: Securing Competitive Advantage is written to motivate exceptional student performance and contribute to their lasting managerial success.
It's a startling reality that more American children are victims-and perpetrators-of violence than those of any other developed country. Yet unlike the other nations, the United States has yet to ratify the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Compelling, readable, and interdisciplinary, A Child's Right to a Healthy Environment provides an abundance of skilled observation, important findings, and keen insights to place children's well-being in the vanguard of human rights concerns, both in the United States and globally.
Within this volume, authors examine the impediments to the crucial goals of justice, safety, dignity, well-being, and meaning in children's lives, factors as varied as socioeconomic stressors, alienated, disengaged parents, and corrosive moral lessons from the media. The complex role of religious institutions in promoting and, in many cases, curtailing children's rights is analyzed, as are international efforts by advocates and policymakers to address major threats to children's development, including:
A Child's Right to a Healthy Environment is a powerful call to action for researchers and professionals in developmental, clinical child, school, and educational psychology as well as psychiatry, pediatrics, social work, general and special education, sociology, and other fields tasked with improving children's lives.
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