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Here again is the extraordinary bestselling book that taught America the social and personal significance of a new way of eating-- one that remains a complete guide for eating well in the 90s. Featuring: simple rules for a healthy diet; a streamlined, easy-to-use format; delicious food combinations of protein-rich meals without meat; hundreds of wonderful recipes, and much more.
Galaxy reading books are a wonderful collection of fiction, non-fiction, poetry and plays to capture the interest of every child, helping to develop a life-long love of reading. The children in this book pick different fruits to make a delicious and healthy picnic: apples, pears, strawberries and raspberries. A great introduction to understanding where our food comes from for very young learners. Reading age: 4-5
A companion volume to the bestselling Yoga Pretzels, this innovative product combines yoga poses, activities and ideas to inspire children to have fun, stay healthy and grow more aware of how to care for themselves and our planet.
Proper and healthy diet has become one of the most important problems of modern man. In the modern family in which both parents work, because of the lifestyle and habits, women and men are not able to devote the time that would be necessary for a healthy daily diet. We, who are lucky enough to have grown up with mothers and grandmothers who were not employed, we know the value of a meal prepared with care and dedication. Man's health, creativity, efficiency and mood are directly connected with our daily diet. Proper and healthy diet helps the individual to cope more easily with life's difficulties and helps to protect ourselves from many physical and mental illnesses. Healthy diet in the family is necessary for regular physical and mental development of children. This article will help everyone, especially those who want to change something in their life and diet, and will allow them to find, select and very easy to apply some of the principles, recipes and products.
The human species faces a new threat to its health--perhaps to its survival. Our burgeoning numbers, the spread of technology, and our conspicuous consumption are overloading Earth's capacity to replenish and repair itself. Taking a unique perspective, Planetary Overload forcefully points out the consequences to human health of ongoing degradation of Earth's ecosystems. In a broad-based, accessible analysis, A.J. McMichael examines current ecological disruptions--land degradation, ozone depletion, temperature increases, and loss of genetic diversity through the extinction of species, among others--and compellingly demonstrates their potentially disastrous results, including food shortages, new and intensified disease patterns, rising seas, mass refugee problems, and cancers, blindness, and immune suppression from increased ultraviolet radiation. While other books on the subject analyze only the environmental impact of these problems, McMichael takes his analysis to an entirely new and disturbing extreme: he relates each of these insidious processes back to its ultimate impact on human health. He thoroughly considers these problems--and their scientific uncertainties--within a broad evolutionary, biological, social, and economic context. He also explores the underlying problems contributing to environmental breakdown, especially the relations between the world's rich and poor. This eloquent and alarming book will be of intense interest to environmentalists, public health professionals, policy makers, environmental studies and human ecology scholars, and anyone wishing a lucid, rational assessment of today's pressing ecological concerns. A. J. McMichael is the chair of the Australian Government's Environmental Health Committee and the co-author of The LS Factor: Lifestyle and Health (Penguin, 1987).
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