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Life Without Bread
|Author||: Christian Allen|
|Publsiher||: McGraw-Hill Education|
|Total Pages||: 258|
|Genre||: Sports & Recreation|
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Based on more than 40 years of clinical research, this illuminating book unravels the mysteries of nutrition and shows how a low-carbohydrate/high protein diet can help prevent cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity, as well as increase strength, endurance, and muscle mass.
My Life Without Bread
|Author||: Valerie Bracken|
|Total Pages||: 263|
|Genre||: Physicians (General practice)|
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"Contented patients - patients whose symptoms abate and the many who go on to achieve lasting health - are reward enough for a physician," so said a remarkable yet modest Austrian doctor who courageously championed an unorthodox treatment over half a lifetime. Who was this doctor with such grit and determination? What inspired him to develop a successful healing program with little recourse to drugs or surgery? And what was this intriguing treatment, so simple and effective, so eminently suited to the workings of our body and that stood the test of time? From being a medical scientist and inventor, the late Dr Wolfgang Lutz became a consultant in internal medicine in Ried and then in Salzburg. Turning his inventive brain to everyday medicine and concerned about the mushrooming of modern diseases that he witnessed even by the middle of the 20th century, Wolfgang Lutz explored the idea of a 'carbohydrate effect', namely the detrimental effect of an overload of sugars and starches on our health. From the late 1950s, Dr Lutz pioneered the use of low carbohydrate nutrition in the treatment of a wide range of ailments - conditions such as Crohn's disease, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, obesity, glandular disorders, gastrointestinal problems, osteoarthritis, cardiac insufficiency, high and low levels of iron and calcium in the blood, and more - with astonishing results. The diet adopted by Dr Lutz was not as drastic as some of the recent 'Paleo diets' either in the amount of carbohydrate allowed or as to the choice of food. It was simple, moderate and, except for carbohydrates, non-restrictive. Dr Lutz felt that there should be as few 'don'ts' as possible but was very strict about anything he knew would make a fundamental difference to a patient's condition. As sudden change could be stressful, he recommended that the diet was not to be rushed into but started slowly; once satisfactorily established, it was suitable for the long term.My Life without Bread offers a treasure trove of observation, information and advice borne of long clinical experience. At 90, Wolfgang Lutz looks back over his life as a clinical physician: we follow him step by step as he describes what inspired him in the first place and as he details the lessons he learned during his many years of restricting the sugar and starch intake of his patients. We learn of the benefits but also of the occasional drawbacks of this way of eating which he encountered during this time. There is a chapter on prudent implementation and in the final chapter we hear how he might answer questions often put to him by his many patients. A fascinating and important book, which challenges many current practices and debunks a few myths, My Life without Bread is an easy to read page-turner, written for the layman. An essential guide for those wishing to understand more about this controversial topic!
The Bread for Life Diet
|Author||: Olga Raz R.D.|
|Publsiher||: Harry N. Abrams|
|Total Pages||: 246|
|Genre||: Health & Fitness|
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Presents a weight-loss and maintenance program that incorporates the use of complex carbohydrates to raise serotonin levels and prevent cravings, and includes recipes for nutritious main dishes, soups, salads, and dressings.
My New Roots
|Author||: Sarah Britton|
|Publsiher||: Appetite by Random House|
|Total Pages||: 256|
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Holistic nutritionist and highly-regarded blogger Sarah Britton presents a refreshing, straight-forward approach to balancing mind, body, and spirit through a diet made up of whole foods. Sarah Britton's approach to plant-based cuisine is about satisfaction--foods that satiate on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level. Based on her knowledge of nutrition and her love of cooking, Sarah Britton crafts recipes made from organic vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, lentils, nuts, and seeds. She explains how a diet based on whole foods allows the body to regulate itself, eliminating the need to count calories. My New Roots draws on the enormous appeal of Sarah Britton's blog, which strikes the perfect balance between healthy and delicious food. She is a "whole food lover," a cook who makes simple accessible plant-based meals that are a pleasure to eat and a joy to make. This book takes its cues from the rhythms of the earth, showcasing 100 seasonal recipes. Sarah simmers thinly sliced celery root until it mimics pasta for Butternut Squash Lasagna, and whips up easy raw chocolate to make homemade chocolate-nut butter candy cups. Her recipes are not about sacrifice, deprivation, or labels--they are about enjoying delicious food that's also good for you.
End Your Carb Confusion
|Author||: Eric Westman,Amy Berger|
|Publsiher||: Victory Belt Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 240|
|Genre||: Health & Fitness|
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Move from carb confusion to carb confidence! Overwhelmed by the avalanche of information out there about diets and health? Tired of spending time and money following complicated and expensive plans and protocols that don’t deliver the results you want? Would a strict ketogenic diet be best for you? But what if you can’t imagine life without fruit or bread? Why won’t someone just make all this diet stuff simple? They have! Eric Westman, MD, has over twenty years of experience as an internal medicine doctor and obesity medicine specialist. He’s helped patients at his Keto Medicine Clinic at Duke University lose over 26,000 pounds and reverse conditions like type 2 diabetes, PCOS, high blood pressure, and more. In End Your Carb Confusion, he shares his time-tested and science-backed strategy with YOU! If you’ve spent years doing “all the right things” but you’re still dealing with excess weight, diabetes, heartburn, joint pain, fatigue, skin problems, or other issues, End Your Carb Confusion is the GPS you need to help you navigate your way from frustrated and disappointed to empowered and successful. Find the level of carbohydrate intake that’s right for you now, and then learn how to switch gears to a higher- or lower-carb diet when the time is right. Dr. Westman gives you the information you need to start reclaiming your health today—no complicated and confusing scientific gobbledygook, only exactly what you need to understand how you got to where you are (hint—it’s not your fault!) and, more important, how to get to where you want to be. You shouldn’t need a PhD, a private chef, and a million dollars to lose weight and get healthy. The simple, straightforward plan laid out in End Your Carb Confusion fits into any lifestyle, whether you shop at an organic co-op or a discount chain and will help you reach your goals whether you prefer gourmet meals or fast food. No matter where you’re starting from, End Your Carb Confusion can lead you to your destination—a renewed body, mind, and spirit.
The Tassajara Bread Book
|Author||: Edward Espe Brown|
|Publsiher||: Shambhala Publications|
|Total Pages||: 192|
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The Tassajara Bread Book has been a favorite among renowned chefs and novice bakers alike for more than thirty years. In this deluxe edition, the same gentle, clear instructions and wonderful recipes are presented in a new paperback format with an updated interior design and full-color photos of the breads. Deborah Madison, author of Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone, says, "This little book has long been a guide for those who want to bake but don’t know where to begin, as well as for those who want to go beyond and discover not just recipes, but bread making itself."
Bread and Wine
|Author||: Shauna Niequist|
|Total Pages||: 288|
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Join New York Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist as she offers an enchanting mix of funny and vulnerable storytelling in this collection of recipes and essays about the surprising and sacred things that happen when people gather around the table. Bread & Wine is a literary feast about the moments and meals that bring us together. With beautiful and evocative writing, Shauna celebrates the sweet and savory moments that happen when family and friends sit down together. She invites us to see how God teaches and feeds us even as we nourish the people around us, and she explores the ways that hunger, loneliness, and restlessness lead us back to the table again. Part cookbook and part spiritual memoir, Bread & Wine sheds light on: How sharing food together mirrors the way we share our hearts with each other—and with God What it means to follow a God who reveals His presence in breaking bread and passing a cup What happens when we come together, slow down, open our homes, look into one another’s faces, and listen to one another’s stories A satisfying read for heart and body, you’ll want to keep Bread & Wine close at hand all year round. Recreate the meals that come to life in each essay with recipes for any occasion, from Goat Cheese Biscuits and Bacon-Wrapped Dates to Mango Chicken Curry and Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Toffee. For anyone who has found themselves swapping stories over plates of pasta, sharing takeout on the couch, laughing over a burnt recipe, and lingering a little longer for one more bite, this book is for you.
Butter Honey Pig Bread
|Author||: Francesca Ekwuyasi|
|Publsiher||: arsenal pulp press|
|Total Pages||: 278|
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Finalist, Lambda Literary Award, Governor General's Literary Award, and Amazon Canada First Novel Award; Longlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize Spanning three continents, Butter Honey Pig Bread tells the interconnected stories of three Nigerian women: Kambirinachi and her twin daughters, Kehinde and Taiye. Kambirinachi believes that she is an Ogbanje, or an Abiku, a non-human spirit that plagues a family with misfortune by being born and then dying in childhood to cause a human mother misery. She has made the unnatural choice of staying alive to love her human family but lives in fear of the consequences of her decision. Kambirinachi and her two daughters become estranged from one another because of a trauma that Kehinde experiences in childhood, which leads her to move away and cut off all contact. She ultimately finds her path as an artist and seeks to raise a family of her own, despite her fear that she won’t be a good mother. Meanwhile, Taiye is plagued by guilt for what her sister suffered and also runs away, attempting to fill the void of that lost relationship with casual flings with women. She eventually discovers a way out of her stifling loneliness through a passion for food and cooking. But now, after more than a decade of living apart, Taiye and Kehinde have returned home to Lagos. It is here that the three women must face each other and address the wounds of the past if they are to reconcile and move forward. For readers of African diasporic authors such as Teju Cole and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Butter Honey Pig Bread is a story of choices and their consequences, of motherhood, of the malleable line between the spirit and the mind, of finding new homes and mending old ones, of voracious appetites, of queer love, of friendship, faith, and above all, family. This publication meets the EPUB Accessibility requirements and it also meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG-AA). It is screen-reader friendly and is accessible to persons with disabilities. A Simple book with few images, which is defined with accessible structural markup. This book contains various accessibility features such as alternative text for images, table of contents, page-list, landmark, reading order and semantic structure.