Improve Your Health With Minerals
Third Child Press (Jan 8, 2013)
Improve Your Health With Minerals – This book will help you see how important minerals are to the body, and in helping it function correctly for better health. It will also tell you what can happen if you have a mineral deficiency. Just like vitamins, minerals helps your body grow, develop, and stay healthy. The body uses minerals to perform many different functions – from building strong bones to transmitting nerve impulses, or helping to maintain a normal heartbeat. Minerals serve many purposes. If the body is not receiving even one mineral that it needs, the end result could be a chain reaction affecting your health.
Fracking: America’s Alternative Energy Revolution
Safe Harbor international Publishing (December 28, 2012)
Award winning author John Graves tells the story of the process, the people and the communities involved in the hydraulic fracturing of the deep rock.
Learn of the science, the politics and the economics of fracking. Make your own decisions on the benefits and challenges of this New American revolution.
Fracking is the process of opening the deep rock beneath our feet with a combination of salt water under pressure combined with a small amount of chemicals. This new appplied technology is generating a wealth of opportunity for the nation:
-reduced greenhouse gas emissions: 450M tons reduction since 2005
-increased employment: 1.7M new jobs, with 3M more by 2035
-increased wealth for landowners and shareholders: $1T and counting
-increased state and federal tax revenues: $85B in 2012, with $1.2T by 2035.
The Unlikely Candidate: An Amazing Journey of A Heart Transplant Patient
Kelvin Smith (October 7, 2012)
This is an inspirational memoir about a young man’s battle against an unlikely foe; his debilitating heart. Kelvin takes the reader on a trek from a young healthy athlete to that of a man waiting on death’s door praying for a miracle. Along the way, he encounters a multitude of cardiac exasperating factors that continuously almost kill him. Finally, having to concede to the inevitable, his life is saved by an angel he would never get to meet.
My Voice, My Choice: A Practical Guide to Writing a Meaningful Healthcare Directive
Anne Elizabeth Denny
Written by MyCare Directives founder Anne Denny, the book My Voice, My Choice offers individuals and families an approachable and meaningful process for exploring and communicating end-of-life healthcare preferences.
- Why healthcare directives are important to individuals and their loved ones
- What should be included in thorough and legal healthcare directives
- Tools and a process to ensure the resulting directive is complete, executed, accessible when needed, and appropriately communicated
The Fractured Life of 3743: A Journey to Redemption
Beaver’s Pond Press
The life of 3743 is a journey, beginning with tragedy, addiction and culminating in redemption born out of desperation.
Rob Cabitto’s story of his fractured life being redeemed is a powerful and cautionary tale of how a life can go horribly wrong. When Rob was five, he was put up for adoption because of the severe addictions of his parents. As is often the case, these early hardships helped to make the man who he is today. Rob tells what it was like to live untethered to any spiritual, tribal or social belief system—and the consequences associated with an amoral lifestyle. He describes exactly what it was like to be homeless, penniless and jobless, with nowhere to go but down. However, what he believed to be his bottom was only a temporary stopping point. He had yet to fall further, and for many years, lived in the abyss of a life without meaning or direction.
This story is about overcoming immense obstacles as a child, the bad choices he made as a young adult and into adulthood, and the resilience of the human spirit. A Fractured Life Redeemed is insightful, captivating and has a universal message for all those who have been hopeless or lost—and that message is hope…
Then I Am Strong: Moving From My Mother’s Daughter to God’s Child
Meg Blaine Corrigan
Then I Am Strong: Moving from My Mother’s Daughter to God’s Child is for any readers who have experienced challenges and disappointments in their lives and want to be counted as survivors and thrivers, not victims. This book is an insightful, humorous, and courageous look at the life of one girl growing up in a profoundly volatile family. The story chronicles Meg Corrigan’s existence with her alcoholic mother, her codependent father, and her over-responsible sister, as they move through their lives in the shadow of the bottle. Corrigan describes the lack of permanency of her military family, her unstable childhood with her mother’s addiction, and the anxiety of having no one in her world that she could count on. Anger and depression haunted her as a young adult.
Weight-Loss Apocalypse: Emotional Eating Rehab Through the HCG Protocol
Robin Phipps Woodall
“This book was written to start a new conversation about how Dr. Simeons’ protocol has relevance, not only as a hormonal therapy, but as a means to end our national eating disorder. Instead of continuing to apply the protocol as a short-term diet, it shoulder be discussed as a real solution –a tool to end irrational eating for emotional fulfillment. This country is dealing with a crisis: an addiction to eating emotionally, and the obvious result is the overwhelming increase in obesity.
Think about the number of people in our culture who eat without hunger. When you observe our nation’s behavior with food, it’s very clear that fat isn’t what we should be obsessed about, and weight shouldn’t be the target of the problem. We need a genuine desire to eat less, one that isn’t dependent on weight loss as a reward. This requires each of us to be accountable for our own emotions, and find happiness in life not centrally stimulated by food.
Just Tell Her to Stop: Family Stories of Eating Disorders
Infinite Hope Publishing
Interviewing dozens of families, Becky Henry filled her book Just Tell Her to Stop: Family Stories of Eating Disorders with personal accounts that not only educate about eating disorders but provide help to those impacted by these deadly illnesses. Families are saying, “This book helped me feel less alone.” See more reviews here http://www.justtellhertostop.com/testimonials.html Need information on eating disorders for your health sciences required reading list for your students? This will give them the tools they need to recognized eating disorders and refer people to proper care.
My Enemy, My Beloved
North Star Press
St. Cloud, MN
“My Enemy, My Beloved,” the historical fiction novel by Karl Vanghen, explores the life of a young German POW during WW2 who lands in the US Midwest at the height of hatred and discrimination only to find hope and the meaning of love. The power and authenticity of this historical fiction novel will astound you.
Awaken Your “Mother Spirit”