Eating On The Go

Author: Roxanne Edrington
ISBN: 9781619619005
File Size: 48,81 MB
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Eating-on-the-go is a healthy lifestyle habit that is important to master! As a society we've come to rely on processed, convenient and on-the-go meals. By sacrificing nutrition for ease and accessibility, we're ignoring the long-term consequences to our health. Many serious health issues are the result of poor choices made while eating-on-the-go. Some examples of these are high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes. This is a huge problem and it is found all over the world! By learning how to make better food choices, we can potentially prevent or even reverse chronic illnesses from taking control of our life! In this book, I will teach you how to eat for success. Whether you're traveling on the road, eating at restaurants, eating in airports or staying in hotels, I will guide you on how to make better choices for your health. By following these principles, you will be able to make simple changes in your eating plan to be healthy and have more energy. People who have followed these basic guidelines feel fantastic!!

Eating Healthy On The Go

Author: Kia Potts
Editor: Booktango
ISBN: 1468952498
File Size: 57,38 MB
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This is a dining nutrition guide to help you make better food decisions while on the move. This book includes health coaching tips as well as low calorie, less sodium, and low carbohydrate restaurant meal options.

Eating On The Run

Author: Evelyn Tribole
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736046084
File Size: 69,23 MB
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A national spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association and the food and nutrition editor for "Shape" magazine helps readers eat nutritiously in spite of a busy lifestyle. Tribole promotes meals that take one minute or less to fix, plus worthwhile brand name snacks, nutritional food items.

Healthy Eating On A Limited Budget Making Your Meals Go A Long Way

Author: Dueep J. Singh
Editor: Mendon Cottage Books
ISBN: 1311350721
File Size: 30,67 MB
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Healthy Eating on a Limited Budget - Making Your Meals Go a Long Way Table of Contents Introduction Spaghetti Spaghetti Bolognese Spaghetti Pie Cheese Macaroni White Sauce for Macaroni Cheese Sauce Baked Potato Eggs Welsh Rabbit Healthy Hamburgers Homemade Burger Patties Chicken Burgers Rice – The Filling Mainstay of Half the World Chicken Risotto Kedgeree Fish Kedgeree Tip for Perfectly Cooked Rice Pease Pudding with Sausages Traditional Spaghetti Sauce Conclusion Authors Bio Publisher Introduction Once upon a time, mankind was more bothered about survival of the fittest, and to fill his stomach than to wonder about devising a meal fit for a king. But as living conditions improved and man got access to more and more foodstuffs, eating habits changed. Also, half of the finest dishes in the world, at that time and which is still a part of fine eating gourmet cuisine repertoire were made by cooks, for their masters, who were discriminating and wealthy eaters. So they could afford exotic and exquisite very expensive dishes, brought to them from all four corners of the earth. Nevertheless, a majority of the populace even then had to make do with cooking dishes, which were able to make a little go a long way. Let’s take the example of Italy – especially Rome – in ancient times. You can imagine that this practice took place sometime, somewhere all over the world, in all civilizations from the beginning of time. The people who were wealthy enough took the best pieces of meat, especially the choicest and juiciest portions for their meals every day. The ordinary working populace had to make do with what was left over. So any enterprising Italian mother cooking a meal for a large hungry family with just a few pieces of meat used her creativity and inventiveness to make a dish fit for an Emperor. No doubt, this creative activity was done by mothers all over the world, millenniums ago, using all the ingredients they had at hand.

Mindful Eating On The Go

Author: Jan Chozen Bays
Editor: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 0834841827
File Size: 37,14 MB
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A compact, carry-along collection of meditative eating practices to use wherever you happen to be. Eating should be a source of joy—not a cause of angst, stress, or calorie-counting. Jan Chozen Bays’s 2009 edition of Mindful Eating demonstrated the timeliness of that message in a world where our relationship with food is often negatively charged to the point where eating disorders are epidemic. Her approach ties together the latest science with Buddhist mindfulness techniques (she’s an MD as well as a Zen teacher) in a way that’s brought amazing results to folks who had no idea eating could be such a fulfilling and fun activity. With this little book, Jan now makes mindful eating even more accessible, providing simple exercises you can use anywhere in a small format you can keep in your pocket or purse to pull out for inspiration wherever you might be—any time you want to find a way to reconnect with eating as one of life’s great joys.

Go Organic Eating The Organic Way

Author: Dr. George Rapitis, Chef Nutritionist
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 149186804X
File Size: 50,97 MB
Format: PDF
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Do you wonder if eating organic labeled food is better for you? . Worried about eating too many processed foods and how they are harm you? Research is now showing that people who include more organic foods tend to enjoy longevity. In this book, George Rapitis shows how foods labeled organic contains powerful flavonoids that can help promote longevity. This book is an excellent guide to help you eat the organic and live a healthier lifestyle. Go Organic: Eating the Organic way is now available on Amazon in paperback and kindle.

Eating As I Go

Author: Doris Friedensohn
Editor: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 9780813191645
File Size: 55,18 MB
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What do we learn from eating? About ourselves? Others? In this unique memoir of a life shaped by the pleasures of the table, Doris Friedensohn uses eating as an occasion for inquiry. Munching on quesadillas and kimchi in her suburban New Jersey neighborhood, she reflects on her exploration of food over fifty years and across four continents. Relishing couscous in Tunisia and khachapuri in the Republic of Georgia, she explores the ways strangers come together and maintain their differences through food. As a young woman, Friedensohn was determined not to be a provincial American. Chinese, French, Mexican, and Mediterranean cuisines beckoned to her like mysterious suitors. She responded, pursuing suckling pig, snails, baba ghanoush, tripe, jellyfish, and anything with rosemary or cumin. Each rendezvous with an unfamiliar food was a celebration of cosmopolitan living. Friedensohn's memories range from Thanksgiving at a Middle Eastern restaurant to the taste of fried grasshoppers in Oaxaca. Her wry dramas of the dining room, restaurant, market, and kitchen ripple with tensions -- political, religious, psychological, and spiritual. Eating as I Go is one woman's distinctive mélange of memoir, traveler's tale, and cultural commentary.

Eating On The Street

Author: David Schaafsma
Editor: University of Pittsburgh Pre
ISBN: 9780822971634
File Size: 13,96 MB
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During a field trip in Detroit on a summer day in 1989, a group of African American fifth-, sixth-, and seventh-graders talked, laughed, and ate snacks as they walked. Later, in the teacher’s lounge, Jeanetta, an African American teacher chided the teachers, black and white, for not correcting poor black students for “eating on the street,” something she saw as stereotypical behavior that stigmatized students. These thirty children from Detroit’s Cass Corridor neighborhood were enrolled in the Dewey Center Community Writing Project. Taught by seven teachers from the University of Michigan and the Detroit public schools, the program guided students to explore, to interpret, and to write about their community. According to David Schaafsma, one of the teachers, the “eating on the street” controversy is emblematic of how cultural values and cultural differences affect education in American schools today. From this incident Schaafsma has written a powerful and compelling book about the struggle of teaching literacy in a racially divided society and the importance of story and storytelling in the educational process. At the core of this book is the idea of storytelling as an interactive experience for both the teller and listener. Schaafsma begins by telling his own version of the “eating on the street” conflict. He describes the history of the writing program and offers rich samples of the students’ writing about their lives in a troubled neighborhood. After the summer program, Schaafsma interviewed all the teachers about their own version of events, their personal histories, and their work as educators. Eating on the Street presents all of these layered stories - by Schaafsma, his collegues, and the students - to illustrate how talking across multiple perspectives can enrich the learning process and the community-building process outside the classroom as well. These accounts have strong implications for multicultural education today. They will interest teachers, educational experts, administrators, and researchers. Uniting theory and practice, Eating on the Street is on the cutting edge of pioneering work in educational research.

The Diet Cure

Author: Julia Ross
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101604042
File Size: 46,57 MB
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More than 100,000 copies later, this breakthrough program is more effective than ever— substantially revised and updated to include the author's latest clinical research. For the more than 160 million overweight Americans, dieting is a failure. Based on more than twenty years of proven clinical results, The Diet Cure's revolutionary approach curbs food cravings and restores the brain's mood and appetite chemistry in twenty-four hours. Beginning with her 8-Step Quick Symptom Questionnaire, celebrated nutritional psychotherapist Julia Ross helps readers identify their unique underlying biochemical imbalances and provides targeted strategies to correct those imbalances using nutritional supplements to jump-start the dietary overhaul. Readers then create their own safe, easy-to-follow plan to end low-calorie dieting and food obsessions for good. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Sensible Eating

Author: C. Patricia Leacock-Ballish, BHA, RN, CMCN
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 1449093094
File Size: 38,27 MB
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Sensible Eating, Why You Need to Master Your Food Choices and Take Control was written to guide and assist people with their eating habits and their food choices.

Eat Move Sleep

Author: Tom Rath
Editor: Missionday, LLC
ISBN: 193971401X
File Size: 50,62 MB
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Once in a while, a book comes along that changes how you think, feel, and act every day. In Eat Move Sleep, #1 New York Times bestselling author Tom Rath delivers a book that will improve your health for years to come. While Tom’s bestsellers on strengths and well-being have already inspired more than 5 million people in the last decade, Eat Move Sleep reveals his greatest passion and expertise. Quietly managing a serious illness for more than 20 years, Tom has assembled a wide range of information on the impact of eating, moving, and sleeping. Written in his classic conversational style, Eat Move Sleep features the most proven and practical ideas from his research. This remarkably quick read offers advice that is comprehensive yet simple and often counterintuitive but always credible. Eat Move Sleep will help you make good decisions automatic — in all three of these interconnected areas. With every bite you take, you will make better choices. You will move a lot more than you do today. And you will sleep better than you have in years. More than a book, Eat Move Sleep is a new way to live.

The Menopause Diet

Author: Theresa Cheung
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448147018
File Size: 80,13 MB
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No women can escape the menopause. Its symptoms often include weight gain, fatigue, hot flushes, mood swings, poor concentration, low libido and joint pain. Research shows that healthy eating, combined with regular exercise and weight management, is one of the best ways of controlling these symptoms. Based on the latest scientific research, studies of the world's healthiest women, real life stories and expert advice, Theresa Cheung, co-author of the bestselling The PCOS Diet Book, offers a groundbreaking plan for nutritional self-help. This practical book explains how to use diet as a powerful self-help tool to: - Beat symptoms and balance hormones with simple eating plans - Protect against osteoporosis, heart disease and cancer - Manage weight naturally - Boost libido - Lose weight and slow down the ageing process

Eating Free

Author: Manuel Villacorta
Editor: Health Communications, Inc.
ISBN: 0757316352
File Size: 22,55 MB
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Introduces a diet centered around controlling the hormone ghrelin, defying such popular weight loss myths that constantly exercising and eliminating carbs from the diet are necessary to losing weight.

The Reality Diet

Author: Steven Schnur, MD
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101215760
File Size: 76,28 MB
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Developed by Dr. Steven A. Schnur, founder of the largest cardiology practice in south Florida, this breakthrough program is the only diet that keeps the fat off forever. Not a low-carb, low-fat, or high protein diet plan, The Reality Diet is rich with delicious foods from all food groups and high in one key fat-fighting ingredient—fiber. Fiber not only stops hunger, but it also significantly lowers the risk of heart disease, colon cancer, and a host of other conditions. By following The Reality Diet you will: - learn and apply the 2:90 Rule-the key to choosing nutritious carbs with the right fiber content - enjoy mouthwatering meals using more than 200 quick, easy recipes designed by a top recipe developer and a registered dietician - eat all the foods you love and have been told to avoid—pasta, rice, waffles, potatoes, bananas, watermelon, corn-on-the-cob - lose 2 pounds a week and 30 pounds in 3 months - learn proven strategies for maintaining your weight loss—for life Flexible and forgiving, this program is for real people living in the real world. With eight weeks of Action plan menus for men and women, tips for eating in restaurants, as well as an effective exercise program, The Reality Diet is both a comprehensive weight-loss plan and a blueprint for lifelong health.

The Hot Belly Diet

Author: Suhas G. Kshirsagar
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476734828
File Size: 28,52 MB
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From an internationally recognized physician who combines Eastern and Western medicine, a groundbreaking diet and total body health plan centered on digestive balance and metabolic transformation. The complaints that Dr. Suhas hears on a daily basis, from high body weight, low energy, and poor sleep, to headaches, unexplained congestion, and depression, all have a surprising common denominator: a weak digestive “fire.” Drawing on traditional Indian practices and principles, The Hot Belly Diet shows you how to optimize your digestive powers to foster rapid weight loss and vibrant health. At the core of this three-phase diet that makes lunch the most important meal of the day is a dish called khichadi (pronounced kitch-a-de)—a completely nutritious but incredibly easy-to-make meal that helps clear out your “ama,” or the digestive sludge that antagonizes weight loss, provokes hormonal imbalances, and ultimately triggers inflammation—the root cause of virtually all disease. This unique book also explains what foods are incompatible (milk and eggs, for example), why the sensation of hunger is essential, and how to time your meals throughout the day to avoid snacking. The Hot Belly Diet changes your relationship with food to make healthy eating—and living—effortless. Whether you’re suffering from a chronic condition, looking to prevent future illness, or just want to feel your best every day, The Hot Belly Diet will re-establish your body’s natural balance, creating a thinner, healthier, and happier you.

Beating Your Eating Disorder

Author: Glenn Waller
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139490893
File Size: 66,61 MB
Format: PDF
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Do you or does someone you know, suffer from an eating disorder such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or a less typical set of symptoms? The most effective, evidence-based treatment for adults with eating disorders is cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). This book presents a highly effective self-help CBT programme for all eating disorders, in an accessible format. It teaches skills to sufferers and carers alike. This book is relevant to any sufferer, if: • You are not yet sure about whether to seek help • You are not sure where to find help • Your family doctor or others recommend that you try a self-help approach • You are waiting for therapy with a clinician, and want to get the best possible start to beating your eating disorder

The 400 Calorie Fix Dining Guide

Author: Liz Vaccariello
Editor: Rodale Books
ISBN: 162336647X
File Size: 29,59 MB
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The latest scientific research shows that the most straightforward way to lose weight--controlling calories--is consistently the most successful. The 400 Calorie Fix Dining Guide makes it easy: Take control wherever you go with this dining companion. Chock-full of easy and insightful tips, this guide keeps you on track while you browse your options at a restaurant, buffet, bar, or other fun locale. In the 400 Calorie Fix Dining Guide, you'll find: Best 400 Calorie Meals at the diner, movies, ballpark, and more At-a-glance portion guides using the 400 Calorie Lens Mix-and-match foods to build your own 400-calorie meals No matter where you go, there's a 400 Calorie Fix to slim and satisfy you!

Petit Appetit Eat Drink And Be Merry

Author: Lisa Barnes
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101024666
File Size: 30,80 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Delicious organic recipes from an award-winning organic-foods cookbook author and nutrition expert. As kids get older, parents get busier, and they all need simple, creative, healthy ideas and recipes for school lunches, snacks, drinks and the seemingly endless round of parties, playdates, and special occasions. This all-new collection of recipes from Petit Appetit is just what they need. These nutritious, organic, and easy-to-prepare snacks, drinks, and celebration foods are the perfect alternative to processed store-bought items laden with high fructose corn syrup, trans fats, additives, and preservatives. Chef and mother Lisa Barnes' simple, delicious recipes enable parents to think outside the bag (of processed chips, crackers, and cookies) and learn how to create new family favorites with healthy, organic ingredients. Petit Appetit: Eat, Drink, and Be Merry features: Expert advice, tips, and stories Nutritional, dietary, and allergy information throughout Best methods for packing and storage More than 150 recipes

Grandma S Budget Tips Tips And Techniques For Healthy Eating Within A Limited Budget

Author: Dueep J. Singh
Editor: Mendon Cottage Books
ISBN: 1310557357
File Size: 53,58 MB
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Table of Contents Introduction Shopping Tips Impulse Buying Packaging Check out Your Market Specials First Plan Your Weekly Meals Ahead Get Your List Ready Once Is More Than Enough Go Shopping on a Full Stomach! Go shopping Alone Clipping Coupons Comparison-shopping Should You Pay the Prices on the Label? Get Your Money Back Know Where to Shop for What Ethnic Neighborhoods Supermarkets Organic Markets Roadside Stands Food Cooperatives Miscellaneous Spots Buy by the Unit Thinking Big Fresh – Much Cheaper Than Frozen or Packaged What to Buy at the Grocery Store Beware of Convenience Foods Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction Grandma lived in a time when frugal living was the norm of the day. In fact, he knew how to stretch a dollar so that it squeaked. That is why her recipes were old-time recipes, which were made up of simple, good quality ingredients such as milk, vegetables and meat, as well as butter whenever available. Combined correctly these fundamental ingredients did not need exotic, expensive and rare spices which only would hide the nuances of their own good and healthy flavors. Going back to budget cooking – which does not compromise on health and quality, but still allows you to put plenty of food on your table – you need some common sense tips and techniques which have been in use by budget conscious homemakers, down the ages, for millenniums.

Eating In The Light Of The Moon

Author: Anita Johnston
Editor: Gurze Books
ISBN: 9780936077604
File Size: 17,73 MB
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Teaches women to free themselves from eating disorders by finding the metaphors hidden in their own life stories