The Meaty Truth

Author: Shushana Castle
Editor: Skyhorse
ISBN: 1632200449
Size: 15,40 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The Meaty Truth is an eye-opening look at the massive problems caused by the American population’s food supply. Water, meat, and milk and other dairy products are filled with toxins, antibiotics, untested growth hormones, ammonia, and animal pus and manure. The current conditions of the food production industry must drastically improve, and until they do, it is absolutely vital to monitor what you eat. Castle and Goodman take a hard-hitting look at what America is putting into its food, the negative effects this has on the world, and the best ways to make healthy, informed decisions about eating. As the antibiotic age ends, the rise of pandemic diseases is approaching. Approximately half of the illnesses that claim American lives today are related to what we eat, and our health-care system is focused on treating the sick, not preventing illnesses from occurring. To fix our health problems, to continue feeding the world’s ever-growing population, and to save our planet from ecological destruction, we can no longer avoid making changes to how American meat and dairy are produced. This guide is easy to read, applicable to anyone’s lifestyle, and impossible to put down.

This Crazy Vegan Life

Author: Christina Pirello
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1440643237
Size: 15,52 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Read Christina Pirello's posts on the Penguin Blog. A manifesto on being vegan and living healthfully from the award-winning host of public television’s Christina Cooks, Naturally! Being vegan is not only about a plant- based diet. It means taking a whole new look at health, fitness, lifestyle choices, and the world. Christina Pirello not only advocates the development of animal-free alternatives for the benefit of humans, animals, and the environment, but also promotes their impact on wellness. Beyond the value of eating whole, and organic foods, Pirello explores a host of subjects from nutrition and fitness to education and emotional well-being as she helps readers take control of their lives and achieve their personal goals, whether they want to lose weight, regain health and vitality, or simply look and feel better. Featuring a 28-day nutrition and fitness plan, This Crazy Vegan Life also includes sample menus and more than 100 delicious and easy-to-prepare low-glycemic, phyto-nutrient-rich, high-fiber, wellbalanced vegan recipes that emphasize good carbs and good fat.

Blood Relations

Author: Michelle McGriff
Editor: Urban Books
ISBN: 1601626568
Size: 12,80 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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International bounty hunter Ovan Dominguez is hot on the trail of a genius mad scientist who believes he is furthering his research by committing the most heinous of crimes. His next target is a blood relation. Moorman University Dean Rashawn Ams and Professor Chance Davis have a strong bond built on love and admiration. They are also united by a haunting secret involving their son Reggie's biological father. Recovering sex addict Juanita Davis desperately wants her ex-husband, Chance Davis, back. Yearning for his touch again, Juanita is not above using their son, Junior, to accomplish that. What do all of these people have in common? They are all on a mad man's hit list!

Educational Dimensions Of School Lunch

Author: Suzanne Rice
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319725173
Size: 20,23 MB
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School lunch is often regarded as a necessary but inconvenient distraction from the real work of education. Lunch, in this view, is about providing students the nourishment they need in order to attend to academic content and the tests that assess whether content has been learned. In contrast, the central purpose of this collection is to examine school lunch as an educational phenomenon in its own right. Contributing authors—drawing from a variety of disciplinary traditions, including philosophy, sociology, and anthropology—examine school lunch policies and practices, social and cultural aspects of food and eating, and the relation among school food, the environment, and human and non-human animal well-being. The volume also addresses how school lunch might be more widely conceptualized and practiced as an educational undertaking.

The Hunt For Faith

Author: Steve Chapman
Editor: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736974253
Size: 17,66 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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An Outdoorsman's Guide to Seeking God God's great outdoors is the perfect place to seek out His truths and to enjoy the beautiful world He created for you. Join outdoorsman and bestselling author Steve Chapman as he shares from some of his many hunting and fishing adventures and the spiritual lessons he's learned along the way. Each devotion features an engaging story, a key Scripture verse, a takeaway you can apply to your own spiritual life, and a prayer to help you make a deeper connection with God. Hit the mark on your hunt for faith with these inspiring and insightful devotions.

The Truth About Teaching

Author: Coleen Armstrong
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470563953
Size: 15,74 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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A beautiful gift book that offers encouragement, comfort, and inspiration for new (and veteran) teachers This beautifully designed book is a celebration of the joys and challenges of the teaching life. Author and veteran educator Coleen Armstrong is a wise, witty, and caring mentor. Her words of encouragement will resonate with new teachers, with students in teacher education schools, and with veteran teachers who wish to remember that they are not alone in an often lonely profession. From lesson plans to large classes; salaries to student engagement; germs to geometry-learning (or remembering) to love both the highs and lows of the profession has never been easier, or more fun. Contains a wealth of wise, humorous, and practical advice for all teachers Includes over 150 tips, suggestions, and ideas Co-published with Inspiring Teachers, a teacher-created organization

Flint S Truth

Author: Richard S. Wheeler
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595339417
Size: 17,20 MB
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Sam Flint, a courageous editor of a weekly newspaper, fights to defend the helpless, the persecuted, and the humble--no matter the consequences to himself. In Oro Blanco, site of the richest gold strike in the New Mexico Territory, there are secrets galore--and men who would kill to keep it that way.

The Essentials Of Religious Education

Author: Charles William Heathcote
Size: 14,14 MB
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Author: Charles R. Swindoll
Editor: Insight for Living
ISBN: 9780849985942
Size: 17,30 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Read: 353

In this first of a four-volume study on Luke's gospel, you'll meet the God of the Universe who came in human flesh--healing the sick, comforting the hurting, guiding those who are without direction, and touching the untouchable.

The World Tilting Gospel

Author: Dan Phillips
Editor: Kregel Publications
ISBN: 0825489318
Size: 20,11 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 405

The first generation of Christians were not popular. They were ridiculed, persecuted, yet according to Acts 17:6–7, they “turned the world upside down.” As a result, their message was communicated louder and clearer than any message before or since. Even with today’s social medias, big-name celebrities, and shiny evangelism techniques that add glitz and glamour to the gospel, today’s Christians fail to communicate as effectively as the first followers of Christ. Simply put, the early church turned the world upside down, but today’s church has been turned upside down by the world.