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The Carbohydrate Addict S Gram Counter

Author : Richard F. Heller
ISBN : 0451177177
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 73. 19 MB
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The authors of The Carbohydrate Addict's Diet provide information on calorie, fat, and carbohydrate counts of 2,700 brand name and generic foods; vegetarian and non-dairy alternatives; and healthy heart food choices. Original.

The Stress Eating Cure

Author : Rachael F. Heller
ISBN : 9781605290676
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 38. 99 MB
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" Drs. Rachael and Richard Heller turned the diet world upside down with the spectacular success of the Carbohydrate Addict's books. The Stress-Eating Cure marshals 10 years of cutting-edge research to reveal that carb addiction was just the tip of the iceberg. Drs. Hellers offer a struggle-free solution to stress eating, for life. You'll: Discover that stress eating is a not a matter of willpower, it's a matter of biology Experience the power of a big balanced breakfast to restore stress hormones to ideal levels Enjoy the foods you love every day without counting, measuring, or limiting portions Break free of cravings and hunger in 3 days Lose weight without stalling at weight-loss plateaus The Step-By-Step Plan and the Quick-Start Plan make it easy to get hormones back in balance. More than 50 satisfying Comfort Food and Balancing Food recipes get you started on their way to struggle-free weight loss for life. "

Healthy Selfishness

Author : Richard Ferdinand Heller
ISBN : 0696229609
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 78. 37 MB
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Introduces a plan for a better, healthier lifestyle that calls for a "healthy selfishness" that can be applied to such areas of life as friends, family, weight control, money, and work, and that emphasizes a proper balance in every aspect of life.

Marketing

Author : Michael R. Solomon
ISBN : 0273727788
Genre : Marketing
File Size : 65. 1 MB
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Imagine you are Jamie Mitchell, chief squeezer at Innocent, the biggest smoothie brand in the UK and an entrepreneurial phenomenon. Things are going well but you must reward the commitment and passion of your customers. You need an idea that reinforces all their expectations of the brand; it's got to be natural, friendly and ethical. Your options are *Continue with the Innocent Fruitstock music festival that you launched four years ago *Stage a smaller scale family-friendly village fete instead *Do nothing for a year and invest in a bigger event next time What would you do? Each chapter is an explosion of ideas, introducing you to a dilemma faced by a real-life marketeer at an eclectic range of companies including Arsenal football club, Hilton Hotels and Electrolux. You'll hear from marketing academics and students, as well as practitioners and experts from other disciplines, explain what decision they would have made in the same situation, before you find out how it worked out.This new and innovative approach will throw you into the exciting decision-making process and help you to understand all the key theories and metrics underpinning the discipline, whilst vividly bringing both the principles and practice of marketing to life.

Action

Author : Amy Rose Spiegel
ISBN : 1455534498
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 28. 40 MB
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With whip-smart prose, reminiscent of Roxane Gay and Meghan Daum, ACTION interweaves Spiegel's own sexual autobiography with loving advice on one-night stands, relationships, and everything in between. ACTION is a book about sex that people won't feel embarrassed about owning. There are absolutely zero provocatively shaped fruit on the cover, for one. In ACTION, Amy Rose Spiegel exhorts you to trust yourself and be respectful of others--and to have the best possible time doing the things you search for on the Internet, except in reality. The book covers consent, safety, group sex, gender, and the best breakfast to make for a one-night stand. Spiegel also includes dissections of threesomes, how to pick people up without being a skeezer, celibacy as a display of autonomy, and, of course, how to clean your room in 10 minutes if a devastatingly lovely side-piece is about to stop by. All told, ACTION totally doesn't think it's weird that you want to try that thing together. In fact, ACTION is very into it.

The Will To Improve

Author : Tania Murray Li
ISBN : 9780822389781
Genre : Social Science
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The Will to Improve is a remarkable account of development in action. Focusing on attempts to improve landscapes and livelihoods in Indonesia, Tania Murray Li carefully exposes the practices that enable experts to diagnose problems and devise interventions, and the agency of people whose conduct is targeted for reform. Deftly integrating theory, ethnography, and history, she illuminates the work of colonial officials and missionaries; specialists in agriculture, hygiene, and credit; and political activists with their own schemes for guiding villagers toward better ways of life. She examines donor-funded initiatives that seek to integrate conservation with development through the participation of communities, and a one-billion-dollar program designed by the World Bank to optimize the social capital of villagers, inculcate new habits of competition and choice, and remake society from the bottom up. Demonstrating that the “will to improve” has a long and troubled history, Li identifies enduring continuities from the colonial period to the present. She explores the tools experts have used to set the conditions for reform—tools that combine the reshaping of desires with applications of force. Attending in detail to the highlands of Sulawesi, she shows how a series of interventions entangled with one another and tracks their results, ranging from wealth to famine, from compliance to political mobilization, and from new solidarities to oppositional identities and violent attack. The Will to Improve is an engaging read—conceptually innovative, empirically rich, and alive with the actions and reflections of the targets of improvement, people with their own critical analyses of the problems that beset them.

Positively 4th Street

Author : David Hajdu
ISBN : 0312680694
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 66. 81 MB
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Tenth Anniversary Edition The story of how four young bohemians on the make - Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Mimi Baez, and Richard Farina - converged in Greenwich Village, fell into love, and invented a sound and a style that are one of the most lasting legacies of the 1960s When Bob Dylan, age twenty-five, wrecked his motorcycle on the side of a road near Woodstock in 1966 and dropped out of the public eye, he was recognized as a genius, a youth idol, and the authentic voice of the counterculture: and Greenwich Village, where he first made his mark as a protest singer with an acid wit and a barbwire throat, was unquestionably the center of youth culture. So embedded are Dylan and the Village in the legend of the Sixties--one of the most powerful legends we have these days--that it is easy to forget how it all came about. In Positively Fourth Street, David Hajdu, whose 1995 biography of jazz composer Billy Strayhorn was the best and most popular music book in many seasons, tells the story of the emergence of folk music from cult practice to popular and enduring art form as the story of a colorful foursome: not only Dylan but his part-time lover Joan Baez - the first voice of the new generation; her sister Mimi - beautiful, haunted, and an artist in her own right; and her husband Richard Farina, a comic novelist (Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up To Me) who invented the worldliwise bohemian persona that Dylan adopted--some say stole--and made as his own. The story begins in the plain Baez split-level house in a Boston suburb, moves to the Cambridge folk scene, Cornell University (where Farina ran with Thomas Pynchon), and the University of Minnesota (where Robert Zimmerman christened himself Bob Dylan and swapped his electric guitar for an acoustic and a harmonica rack) before the four protagonists converge in New York. Based on extensive new interviews and full of surprising revelations, Positively Fourth Street is that rare book with a new story to tell about the 1960s. It is, in a sense, a book about the Sixties before they were the Sixties--about how the decade and all that it is now associated with it were created in a fit of collective inspiration, with an energy and creativity that David Hajdu captures on the page as if for the first time.

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