Livwise

Author: Olivia Newton-John
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762783583
Size: 51.21 MB
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Healthy, imaginative, delicious, and well-balanced recipes from the kitchens of Grammy-Award-winning artist, Olivia Newton-John.

Livwise Cookbook

Author: Olivia Newton-John
Publisher: Lyons Press
ISBN: 9780762792993
Size: 17.90 MB
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Simple, easy recipes for a healthy, happy, balanced lifestyle from celebrity singer and breast cancer advocate Olivia Newton-John.

From Cancer To Wellness

Author: Kristine S. Matheson
Publisher: BalboaPress
ISBN: 1452543798
Size: 31.73 MB
Format: PDF
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The ultimate guide to surviving cancer, this handbook is packed with information about diet, supplements, attitudes, the best personal-care products to use, and why. This book has done the hard work for you. It is positive and holistic, and explains the importance of nurturing the whole body, mind, and soul back into wellness. Contains: a step-by-step twenty-eight-day simple self-help nutritional program, over fifty tasty, easy recipes, and important lifestyle guidelines. “Kristine Matheson is one of the most positive and courageous women I have ever known. Diagnosed with a stage-four terminal melanoma in 2005, she refused conventional therapy. She gathered all the information available on natural health and nutrition and then designed her own path to wellness. Her victory has become an inspiration to thousands of cancer sufferers around the world through her enthusiastic public seminars and her motivating book. “Many people, when faced with a crisis similar to Kristine's 2005 death sentence give up, break down, or retreat into themselves. Kristine did none of these. She courageously challenged herself to learn more about health and then share her knowledge with the world. She has helped many discouraged victims move forward and take control of their own health, then triumph without the use of drugs or radiation. Her book contains a wealth of information which details her experiences and research during her personal journey to health.” —Gary Martin, ND

Science And The City

Author: Laurie Winkless
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472913221
Size: 43.13 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Cities are a big deal. More people now live in them than don't, and with a growing world population, the urban jungle is only going to get busier in the coming decades. But how often do we stop to think about what makes our cities work? Cities are built using some of the most creative and revolutionary science and engineering ideas – from steel structures that scrape the sky to glass cables that help us communicate at the speed of light – but most of us are too busy to notice. Science and the City is your guidebook to that hidden world, helping you to uncover some of the remarkable technologies that keep the world's great metropolises moving. Laurie Winkless takes us around cities in six continents to find out how they're dealing with the challenges of feeding, housing, powering and connecting more people than ever before. In this book, you'll meet urban pioneers from history, along with today's experts in everything from roads to time, and you will uncover the vital role science has played in shaping the city around you. But more than that, by exploring cutting-edge research from labs across the world, you'll build your own vision of the megacity of tomorrow, based on science fact rather than science fiction. Science and the City is the perfect read for anyone curious about the world they live in.