First Meals

Author: Annabel Karmel
Editor: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
ISBN: 9780756603656
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Featuring more than two hundred delicious and healthful recipes, offers sensible advice, time-saving tips, and nutritional guidelines as it explains how to introduce healthy food to the youngest members of the family.

Baby And Toddler Meals For Dummies

Author: Dawn Simmons
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118052853
Size: 11,87 MB
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Includes tips for feeding picky eaters and kids with allergies Understand your child's nutritional needs and prepare fast, tasty meals Babies and toddlers need good nutrition to grow and thrive, and this essential, timesaving guide makes it easy to feed your child right. It explains exactly what foods you should introduce at what ages -- and shows you how to prepare fresh, home-cooked baby and toddler meals that beat anything you can get from a jar or box. Discover how to * Save money and expand your baby-food budget * Dish up healthy, well-balanced meals * Introduce new foods at the right time * Serve foods with high kid-appeal * Have fun cooking with your child

First Meals Food Diary

Author: Annabel Karmel
Editor: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
ISBN: 9780756639785
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A parent's guide to weaning and planning nutritious meals for young children offers helpful suggestions on how to provide tasty and healthful meals that youngsters will enjoy, with helpful tip boxes, fill-in sections, nutritional information, meal plans for each stage in a baby's development, and eighty recipes for purées and finger foods.

First Meals And More

Author: Annabel Karmel
Editor: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
ISBN: 9780756642846
Size: 18,69 MB
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Offers sensible advice, time-saving tips, fifty recipes, and nutritional guidelines as it explains how to introduce healthy food to the youngest members of the family.

Baby And Toddler Meals For Dummies Mini Edition

Author: Dawn Simmons
Editor: John Wiley and Sons
ISBN: 1118042530
Size: 20,32 MB
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Understand your child's needs and prepare fast, tasty meals Babies and toddlers need good nutrition to grow and thrive, and this handy, timesaving guide makes it easy to feed your child right. It explains what foods you should introduce and shows you how to prepare fresh, home-cooked baby and toddler meals that beat anything you can get from a jar. Open the book and find: Over two dozen recipes — from breakfast to dinner What eating habits to expect from your child, at every stage How to dish up healthy, well-balanced meals The best foods with high kid-appeal

A Manual Containing Directions For Sowing Transplanting And Raising Of The Mulberry Tree

Author: Edward P. Roberts
Editor:
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Pharmacology For The Primary Care Provider E Book

Author: Marilyn Winterton Edmunds
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323063160
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Written by and for nurse practitioners, this practical textbook focuses on what primary care providers need to learn and practice drug therapy. With an overall emphasis on patient teaching and health promotion, you will learn how to provide effective patient teaching about medications and how to gain patient compliance. Drug coverage focuses on “key drugs rather than “prototype drugs, so you can find important information about the most commonly used drugs rather than the first drug in each class. You will also find discussions on the legal and professional issues unique to nurse practitioners and other primary care providers. The 3rd edition also features an expanded emphasis on established clinical practice guidelines and evidence-based practice, plus two new chapters that cover drugs for ADHD and drugs for dementia. UNIQUE! Written specifically for nurse practitioners with an overall emphasis on patient teaching and health promotion. UNIQUE! Covers specific topics such as prescriptive authority, role implementation, and writing prescriptions. Presents comprehensive coverage of the drugs most commonly prescribed in – and the issues most relevant to – primary care practice. UNIQUE! Identifies the Top 200 drugs in chapter openers with a special icon and covers them in-depth to familiarize you with the most important, need-to-know drug information. Uses a consistent heading scheme for each prototype drug discussion to make it easier to learn and understand key concepts. Includes an introductory chapter on “Design and Implementation of Patient Education that highlights content on patient teaching and compliance. Includes specific “Patient Education sections in each drug chapter. Provides extensive coverage of drug therapy for special populations to alert you to special considerations based on age, pregnancy, race and other factors. A separate chapter on “Complementary and Alternative Therapies discusses the available complementary and alternative modalities, including detailed information on actions, uses, and interactions of commonly used herbs. Drug Overview tables at the beginning of each chapter outline the classifications of drugs discussed and provide a handy reference of drug classes and subclasses, generic names, and trade names. Clinical Alerts highlight essential information that primary care providers must remember in order to avoid serious problems, including cautions for prescribing, information about drug interactions, or warnings about particularly ominous adverse effects. An entire unit covers drugs for health promotion to introduce you to drugs commonly seen in outpatient primary care settings and to prepare you for practice in a society increasingly focused on health promotion and disease prevention. Includes separate chapters on Immunizations and Biologicals, Weight Management, Smoking Cessation, Vitamins and Minerals, Over-the-Counter Medications, and Complementary and Alternative Therapies.

Life Is Meals

Author: James Salter
Editor: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447254945
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From the award-winning author James Salter and his wife, Kay - amateur chefs and terrific hosts - here is a lively, beautifully illustrated food lover's companion. With an entry for each day of the year, Life Is Meals takes us from a Twelfth Night cake in January to a champagne dinner on New Year's Eve. This is a book rich with culinary wisdom, history, recipes, literary pleasures, and the authors' own stories of their triumphs - and catastrophes - in the kitchen. Entries include: The menu on the Titanic on the fatal night The seductiveness of a velvety Brie or the perfect martini How to decide whom to invite to a dinner party - and whom not to The greatest dinner ever given at the White House Where in Paris Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter had French onion soup at 4:00 a.m. How to cope with acts of god and man-made disasters in the kitchen Sophisticated, practical, opinionated and indispensable, Life Is Meals is a tribute to the glory of food and drink, and the joy of sharing them with others.

Subversive Meals

Author: R. Alan Streett
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1621897567
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Subversive Meals examines the Lord's Supper within the sociopolitical context of first-century Roman domination, and concludes that it was an anti-imperial praxis. Although the Christian communal meal looked much like a typical Roman banquet in structure, with a deipnon and a symposion, it was essentially different. The Roman meal supported the empire's ideology, honored Caesar and the gods, reinforced stratification among the masses, and upheld Rome's right to rule the world. The Christian meal, on the other hand, included hymns that extolled Jesus as Lord, prophecies that challenged Rome's ideological claims, and letters--read aloud--that promoted egalitarianism and instructed believers on how to live according to kingdom of God principles. Hence, the Christian banquet was an act of nonviolent resistance, or what James C. Scott calls a hidden transcript.

Summer Mastitis

Author: G. Thomas
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400933738
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This Community meeting has been organised, since over the past 15 years in different countries of Western Europe including Scandinavia, a lot of research has been directed to the summer mastitis problem. Summer mastitis in cattle is a well known disease which, because of its abruptness and the difficulties concerned in defining the predisposing factors and the pathogens involved, is hard to control. Moreover, as it is anticipated that in the transmission of the bacteria one or more dipterans are involved, the complexity in defining the disease and hence co-ordinating our scientific knowledge in relation to practical control was stimulus enough for this workshop to be organised. Our aims can be summarised in the following goals: 1. Exchange of information in the practical, technical and scientific field in order to stimulate a co-ordinated research approach at a time in which the cattle husbandry sector is under great economical stress. 2. Inform research workers from countries where the disease is or seems to be, not endemic, on aspects that might be of interest for them in the approach of comparable problems. 3. To draw up conclusions and recommendations with regard to future research activities in order to avoid needless duplication of effort.