In this second edition of the bestselling title from the acclaimed Nutrition Society Textbook series, Public Health Nutrition has been extensively revised to ensure that it reflects the latest evidence-based knowledge and research. Ground-breaking and comprehensive in both its scope and approach, Public Health Nutrition has been fully updated by an expert editorial team to cover the most recent changes in the field. Continue reading “Public Health Nutrition By Judith Buttriss”
Blood Letters tells the astonishing tale of Lin Zhao, a poet and journalist arrested by the authorities in 1960 and executed eight years later, at the height of the Cultural Revolution. The only Chinese citizen known to have openly and steadfastly opposed communism under Mao, she rooted her dissent in her Christian faith–and expressed it in long, prophetic writings done in her own blood, and at times on her clothes and on cloth torn from her bedsheets. Continue reading “Blood Letters by Lian Xi”
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The video presentation above shows you some unique and rare methods to get rid of herpes naturally in as little as 14 days! This is based on proven techniques used by herpes sufferers without the use of pills and other medication that don’t work. Herpes Secret will also boost your energy and health dramatically and improve the quality of your life. Continue reading “How to Get Rid of Herpes Symptoms Naturally”
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When the Philadelphia Eagles’ starting quarterback went down with a torn ACL in week 14 of the 2017 NFL season, many fans―and commentators―assumed the Eagles’ season was over.
The Grateful Dead rose to greatness under the inspired leadership of guitarist Jerry Garcia, but the band very nearly died along with him. When Garcia passed away suddenly in August of 1995, the remaining band members experienced full crises of confidence and identity. So long defined by Garcia’s vision for the group, the surviving “Core Four,” as they came to be called, were reduced to conflicting agendas, strained relationships, Continue reading “Fare Thee Well by Joel Selvin”
While growing older is inevitable, many of the troubles we associate with aging–including dementia, disability, and an increased dependence on others–are not. The choices we make now can help us to maintain our vitality, a sharp mind, and our independence as we age Continue reading “The Aging Brain Timothy Jennings”
Steve Siebold spent 13-years behind the scenes of this controversial company studying the inner-workings, its true purpose and the leaders that drive it. Siebold conducted 107-interviews with field leaders, failed associates, employees, former employees, product providers, competitors, and industry critics and experts. Before considering this opportunity, arm yourself with the facts! Continue reading “The Truth About World Financial Group”
The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia Deluxe Edition honors the game that started it all by recreating the original gold cartridge as faithfully as possible. The book comes with a black polypropylene sleeve, lined with velvet flocking, and a scale instruction booklet with fun, theme-appropriate material inside Continue reading “The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia Deluxe Edition”
Finn and Layla are young, in love, and on vacation. They’re driving along the highway when Finn decides to stop at a service station to use the restroom. He hops out of the car, locks the doors behind him, and goes inside. When he returns Layla is gone―never to be seen again. That is the story Finn told to the police. But it is not the whole story. Continue reading “Bring Me Back by B. A. Paris”
Sol and Liz are a couple on the cusp. He’s a professional cyclist in the Tour de France, a workhorse but not yet a star. She’s a geneticist on the brink of a major discovery, either that or a loss of funding. They’ve just welcomed their first child into the world, and their bright future lies just before them—if only they can reach out and grab it. Continue reading “We Begin Our Ascent by Joe Mungo Reed”
Cats love catnip. Whether it’s eating it, playing with it, or rolling around in it, catnip turns our domestic feline friends into hilarious balls of activity. Carefree and unconstrained, they are free to be silly, exceptionally playful, and downright gnarly. Continue reading “Cats on Catnip by Andrew Marttila”
On a cold January day in 2017, nearly two months before due date, Nile hippopotamus Bibi gave her keepers at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden a big (little) surprise – a tiny newborn hippo, no bigger than a football. The first premature hippo born and raised in captivity, baby Fiona was an underdog from the start: she couldn’t nurse, she couldn’t stay hydrated, and she wasn’t thriving. Continue reading “Saving Fiona by Thane Maynard”
From Derek Hunter—one of the most entertaining political writers today—comes an insightful, alarming look at how progressives have taken over academia, pop culture, and journalism in order to declare everything liberal great, and everything great, liberal.
Progressives love to attack conservatives as anti-science, wallowing in fake news, and culturally backwards. But who are the real denialists here? Continue reading “Outrage Inc by Derek Hunter”