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The Doctor's Kidney Diets

* Winner of the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Health TitleIn the United States alone, 26 million adults have chronic kidney disease (CKD), and experts project that over half the country may develop CKD due to rising rates of disorders such as diabetes. While nephrologists can monitor kidney function and treat patients with medications, they can’t always offer the nutritional guidance ...

What You Must Know About Food and Supplements for Optimal Vision Care

As children, we were told to eat our carrots if we wanted good eyesight. Carrots contain beta-carotene, which the body can convert into vitamin A—a necessary nutrient for optimal vision. For most of us, that’s were our knowledge of vitamins and eye health stops. Over the last twenty years, many studies have demonstrated that certain foods and natural supplements can play a major role in the ...

The Thrill of Krill

For over three decades, medical researchers have been extolling the many health benefits of a fatty acid called omega-3. Within omega-3 are three essential fatty acids: EPA, DHA, and ALA. These substances are called “essential” because they are absolutely necessary for the proper function of the body. And the range of tasks they perform is truly staggering: They protect against heart attacks, ...

Quantum Economics

In view of the recent meltdown of the economy that gave rise to the great recession, it is pretty obvious that the current economic systems are not working. But economists have a clue about which way to go about modifying the existing models. The two political parties of America are bogged down into a locked-horn position between two existing and decidedly ineffective economic modalities: ...

Big Yoga For Less Stress

Whether it’s relationships, work, politics, or life in general, we seem to be surrounded by things and people that give us stress. We wake up with it, carry it around with us, and even take it to bed. We know we’re stressed because we experience the telltale symptoms—tension headaches, nervousness, exhaustion, high blood pressure, and lowered immunity. We may try to ignore these symptoms or even ...

Embracing an Icon

Bernard Villemont’s poster art can be seen everywhere—in galleries, museums, and poster shops throughout the world. Whether promoting Perrier, Bally shoes, or Orangina, his artwork has translated advertising messages into memorable images. Yet, as familiar as these posters may be, his body of work stretches over five decades and includes film posters, public service posters, and more. Here, for ...

Smoothies for Kidney Health

Smoothies for Kidney Health is a very special recipe book. It is expertly put together by a kidney donor, who is a registered nurse, and her mom, the recipient of her kidney. Together, they have taken their knowledge and experience to create a resource for all those suffering from chronic kidney disease (CKD). By explaining how kidney function is impacted by the foods we eat, they offer a simple ...

Reclaim the Magic

Our true magnificence is our internal power. Open up to ourgreater identity and go beyond our programmed boundaries. We are more than just human! We came to earth with the ability to create with our thoughts. We’ve just forgotten how. This book is here to remind us. Reclaim the Magic will evoke a consciousness shift and an awakening within you to manifest your heart’s true desires. This book ...

The Acid-Alkaline Lifestyle

The human body is a truly magnificent creation. And because of its ability to regulate, balance, repair, and protect itself, the latest scientific research shows that each of us has the capacity to function well for at least one hundred and twenty years.  So why do most of us only make it to our seventies? Why are so many of us afflicted with degenerative diseases?  And why are the diseases that ...

Viet Man

* Winner of the Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) Gold Medal for Best Literary FictionViet Man is about the transformation of a young man who enlisted in the Navy during the Viet Nam War, was trained as a hospital corpsman, was transferred into the Marine Corps, then sent to Viet Nam where he joined the elite First Recon.It is a first person narrative of alternating episodes experienced ...

Ki-Asana Zen

Few feelings are more debilitating than fear. It may seem that fear comes from the outside, but it is always brought under control from within. Ki-Asana Zen is a practice dedicated to the restoration of resiliency and spontaneity to the mind. The resilient mind springs back from adversity. The spontaneous mind does not harbor fear because it does not cling to thought patterns of any kind. Such a ...

Finding Robert

Diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiance disorder,and pervasive developmental disorder in the early 1990s, Robert Stevens was anexceptionally intelligent child who could not function in a mainstream environment.Being the “problem child” of every play group, sports league, and extracurricular activityhe joined, Robert had no friends, no internal means of ...

After Woodstock

During the summer of ’69, Elliot Tiber (April 15, 1935–August 3, 2016) helped start the gay liberation movement and saved the Woodstock Festival from cancellation. But some of the best and most significant events of Tiber’s life did not happen until After Woodstock.In this third volume of his memoirs, following the critically acclaimed Palm Trees on the Hudson and his breakout bestseller Taking ...

The Strange Case of Dr. Doyle

In the spring of 1905, members of an exclusive club of crime enthusiasts known as Our Society were taken on a guided excursion through Whitechapel, one of London’s most notorious districts, by Dr. Frederick Gordon Brown, the chief police surgeon for the City of London. But this was no ordinary sightseeing tour. The focus of the outing was Jack the Ripper’s reputed murder sites, and among the ...

Missing Persons

“An unpretentious, tactical, and sure-footed examination of the events that shaped his own life.” --Jay Parini, author of the best-selling historical novel, The Last Station Bruce Piasecki’s book on business strategy Doing More With Less: the New Way to Wealth, was an immediate success, becoming a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestseller. Indeed, Doing More With Less is not ...