Brendan Bombaci. A Need-to-Know Basis: Secrets of Your Favorite Foods and Stimulants by Brendan Bombaci A Need-to-Know Basis: Secrets of Your Favorite Foods and Stimulants 1.
Author: Brendan Bombaci
This purely academic reference text was inspired by the somewhat dated "PDR for Herbal Medicines." There are plenty of natural medicine guides out there that target people who frequently shop at health food or specialty food markets, but this one is different. The majority of people in this world find their food at markets that carry staple food items, and so I have created a book that allows the average individual to understand far more about the foods and stimulants that they already enjoy. This guide is divided up into sections -- one for liver health, relative to detoxification, obesity, and diabetes; one regarding the foods that fight & foods that exacerbate cancers; one for the rather awesome and odd effects of herbs and spices; and one for foods which interact with or are Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (a common class of drugs prescribed for depression). These particulars focus on the most prevalent diseases of the Western world which, with study and application, you just may avoid.
Often secrets involve some kind of deviance. The most obvious example is the secrets that adolescents do not want parents, teachers, and other adults to know. Frequently these involve forms of sexual behavior and use of drugs or alcohol ...
Author: Murray Milner
In Freaks, Geeks, and Cool Kids, Second Edition, award-winning sociologist Murray Milner tries to understand why teenagers behave the way they do. The first edition drew upon two years of intensive fieldwork in one high school and 300 written interviews about high schools across the country, where he argued that consumer culture greatly impacts the way our youth relate to one another and understand themselves and society. Milner now expands on that concept with a new year of fieldwork fifteen years after he began. He has uncovered in teens a move away from consumerism and towards the cultural capital of information in a time of social media and standardized tests.
The Single Most Important Thing You Need to Know for a Long Healthy Life Flora Stay. #Sodium hydroxide : Known as lye or caustic soda is the base used to form soaps and detergents . † Saccharin : The Food and Drug Administration has ...
Author: Flora Stay
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Offering an integrative health approach, this resource covers conventional oral hygiene treatment, alternative approaches, and fake treatments. Stay also debunks myths.
Anyway , any good chemist can find out by chemical analysis what is in a secret preparation . Some people are sensitive to aspirin , or acetanilide . They should know what they are taking . The bill requires informative labeling which ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce
Considers legislation to prevent sale and false advertising of adulterated and misbranded food, drugs, and cosmetics.
Similarly, if you go out to a restaurant, you know your chances of getting food poisoning are pretty low because ... Members of the review boards do not have to be trained or certified and many keep the names of their members secret.
Author: Patrick Holford
Publisher: Hachette UK
FOOD IS BETTER MEDICINE THAN DRUGS is an important and potentially controversial book from top nutritionist Patrick Holford and leading health journalist Jerome Burne. Brilliantly researched and based on solid scientific trials and illuminating case histories, Food is Better Medicine than Drugs will revolutionise the way you think about your health and put you back in charge. The authors reveal how modern medicine has become distorted and is now, for reasons largely to do with profit and power, heavily dependent on prescription drugs. They look at common health problems (pain/arthritis, heart, depression, diabetes, memory, hormones, digestion, breathing, infections etc) and compare the effectiveness of nutrition-based approaches with today's potentially harmful commonly used medicines.
Learn How to Rise to the Occasion of Your Life Kristen Moeller. and thin. ... My concerned boyfriend lovingly fed me my favorite foods to help me grow stronger. ... There was no need to hide my alcohol and drug use.
Author: Kristen Moeller
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
What are you waiting for? Do you find yourself waiting for the right moment? The ideal relationship? The perfect job? Are you waiting for your “real” life to begin? Do think that the gifts of life are right around the corner? That one day you will arrive and everything will be okay? Do you endlessly search, yet never seem to find? Through the sharing of authentic personal stories and profound life lessons, Kristen Moeller explores our pervasive human tendency to wait for life and to look outside ourselves for answers. So we don’t try; we give up. We sell out and we forget who we are. We are afraid to succeed, afraid to fail, and afraid to say we are afraid. But as Wayne Gretzky said, “You'll always miss one-hundred percent of the shots you don't take!” Kristen Moeller's mission in life is to inspire you to get on the path, move forward and take the shot.