Baba s Kitchen Medicines

Baba s Kitchen Medicines
Author: Michael Mucz
Publsiher: University of Alberta
Total Pages: 293
Release: 2012-09-01
Genre: History
ISBN: 9780888646811

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Michael Mucz's prolonged primary research into Ukrainian-Canadian folk history culminates in Baba's Kitchen Medicines. This book bursts with the cultural memory of pioneering folk from Canada's prairieland. From fever to frostbite, this incomparable compendium of tinctures, poultices, salves, decoctions, infusions, plasters, and tonics will fascinate and often mortify readers from all walks of life. The comprehensiveness of Mucz's research and interviews framed with deftly painted historical, cultural, and botanical backgrounds guarantee that this chapter of the Canadian story will continue to be told for generations to come. It is a deep, charming, and often moving work of intricate anthropology that will stir scholar and non-specialist alike.

Kitchen Medicine

Kitchen Medicine
Author: Julie Bruton-Seal,Matthew Seal
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages: 257
Release: 2011-11-29
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9780762777365

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In Kitchen Medicine the authors describe the wealth of healing and emergency remedies that sit unused and idle in the kitchen. Superb illustrations adorn a lively text. The ingredients are all easily found in the kitchen although in some cases they are exotic in origin (just think of tea, coffee and chocolate).

Kitchen Medicine

Kitchen Medicine
Author: Debi Lewis
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages: 189
Release: 2022-03-15
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9781538156667

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"When her daughter is prescribed diet after diet by doctors who label her "failure to thrive," Debi Lewis wrestles with her own attitudes about food and cooking, emerging triumphant, spatula in hand. In Kitchen Medicine, parents of picky eaters and caregivers of all kinds will find a kindred spirit"--

Baba s Kitchen Medicines

Baba s Kitchen Medicines
Author: Michael Mucz
Publsiher: University of Alberta
Total Pages: 297
Release: 2022-08-29
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781772126532

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Michael Mucz's prolonged primary research into Ukrainian-Canadian folk history culminates in Baba's Kitchen Medicines. This book bursts with the cultural memory of pioneering folk from Canada's prairieland. From fever to frostbite, this incomparable compendium of tinctures, poultices, salves, decoctions, infusions, plasters, and tonics will fascinate and often mortify readers from all walks of life. The comprehensiveness of Mucz's research and interviews framed with deftly painted historical, cultural, and botanical backgrounds guarantee that this chapter of the Canadian story will continue to be told for generations to come. It is a deep, charming, and often moving work of intricate anthropology that will stir scholar and non-specialist alike.

ChefMD s Big Book of Culinary Medicine

ChefMD s Big Book of Culinary Medicine
Author: John La Puma,Rebecca Powell Marx
Publsiher: Harmony
Total Pages: 322
Release: 2009
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9780307394637

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Integrating nutritional science with culinary expertise, a physician explains how to prevent disease, shed pounds, and promote overall health by using foods that tempt the palate while promoting the body's immunity.

The Doctor s Kitchen

The Doctor s Kitchen
Author: Rupy Aujla
Publsiher: HarperThorsons
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2017-12-18
Genre: Cooking (Natural foods)
ISBN: 0008239339

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'I'm just a straight-talking NHS doctor lending my unbiased opinion on healthy eating and showing everybody how to get phenomenal ingredients on their plates everyday.' Dr Rupy Aujla's first cookbook, The Doctor's Kitchen, is the go-to book to help you kick unhealthy faddy diets for good. In the book, Rupy, explains the principles of healthy living in a fun and relatable way with over 100 vibrant, tasty recipes steeped in medical science which are easy and inexpensive to make. The impact of lifestyle on illness has never been higher on the national agenda and Rupy believes that what we choose to put on our plates is the most important health intervention we can make. The Doctor's Kitchen stands out from the crowd by using medical knowledge to create the recipes. Rupy advocates Plates over Pills every time and he is living proof that what you eat can shift medical outcomes as he overhauled his own heart condition by addressing his diet and creating his own delicious food that he now shares in this book. Infused with flavours from around the world, this tasty selection of everyday meals makes healthy eating an absolute pleasure.

The Home Chef S Kitchen Medical Emergency Guide

The Home Chef   S Kitchen Medical Emergency Guide
Author: Jack Sholl
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 129
Release: 2013-02-07
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781477288641

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WARNING: HOME CHEF AT WORK! Fine dining at home with family and friends is one of lifes true pleasures, yet the kitchen can be a dangerous place. Fire, electricity, heat, scalding hot water, smoke, sharp knives and culinary gizmos and gadgets all present dangers that would not go unnoticed in any environment other than the kitchen. Combined with wine and alcohol, its no wonder that accidental kitchen fires are the #1 source of home fires and fire injuries, with cuts, burns, bruises and choking incidents the leading reasons for hospital emergency room visits. The Home Chefs Emergency Medical Guide is a useful kitchen companion for every home chef, whether he or she is toiling over a sizzling saut pan, wielding a razor-sharp Japanese chopping knife or blowtorching a crme brle. While not a substitute for professional medical treatment, this is a first-line guide to prevention and emergency care amid the mayhem that often occurs preparing a fine meal at home. Jack Sholl is a science and medical writer. Illustrations: Jamie Cooper Editorial direction: Veronica Rodriguez

Trauma as Medicine

Trauma as Medicine
Author: Sarah Salter Kelly
Publsiher: FriesenPress
Total Pages: 204
Release: 2021-05-14
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN: 9781525597718

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In Trauma as Medicine, Sarah Salter Kelly shares her experience of her mother’s kidnapping and brutal homicide as an inspiring example of how to distill trauma into medicine on a personal level. Chapter by chapter, she invites the reader to take their own journey of healing. Sarah’s story takes us beyond the realm of personal healing and into the collective, as she seeks to understand her mother’s murderer. This leads her to the First Nations reserve of his ancestors and real-life immersion in the history of colonization in Canada, systemic racism, and white privilege. Offering ceremonies, journaling, and exercises, Sarah leads you into the discomfort of your own suffering to be with it, determine for yourself what you need, and discover the tools to proceed towards wholeness. Areas of focus include: Connecting with your own helping spirits, guides, and ancestors Altered states, including Ayahuasca Setting healthy boundaries Tending to the victim self Tuning in to feelings Facing fear and building a strong intuition Metabolising trauma: digesting and composting the waste, assimilating the gifts Ceremonies to face a perpetrator and contemplate forgiveness Collective healing