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Genre(s): Health Fitness & Dieting
The field of Evolutionary medicine has been forged from ground breaking revelations on the diet and health aspects of our stone-age ancestors. Following the dietary patterns and lifestyle of Paleolithic man is the key to good health and a life practically free of degenerative diseases.
This short book discusses the main aspects of Paleolithic nutrition, including foods permitted, the nutritional profile, therapeutic effects, lifestyle and its distinct differences from our modern day diet. It presents compelling evidence of the benefits associated with adopting a Paleo lifestyle. It promises significant health benefits in the field of therapeutic nutrition and modern medicine.
What you’ll learn in the “30 Minute Paleo Diet Expert”
*Why eating grains, legumes, and dairy may be slowly killing you
*How to lose body fat, gain muscle, and transform your body composition
*How to dramatically increase your overall health & fitness by making simple changes in your diet
*How to easily control your blood sugar and always feel full after each meal
*How to heal your gut and digestive problems by eating like our ancestors
*Naturally reduce your allergy, acne, and eczema symptoms
*How to sleep like a baby and wake up feeling rested
*Includes an easy to make 7-Day meal plan
Genre(s): Action & Adventure
Ever wondered what a hero looks like?
You’ll be surprised.
SHORT Book Description
Trapped in a small town over the summer, a lonely, middle-grade computer nerd, risks everything to make friends in the real world. As he adapts more and more to 3-dimensional people, the friendship he comes to cherish beyond all others turns out to be the one most threatening to his new-found place in the world.
LONG Book Description
In the buzzing city of New York, 12-year-old Gabriel Scott retreats from his parents’ constant arguing into a virtual world of adventure and companionship. Unfortunately, as summer comes along, his parents ship him off to Kenton Woods to stay with grandparents he hasn’t seen in years. Trapped in a world of small town life, Gabriel suddenly finds himself cut off from the only friends he ever had when he discovers that his grandparents don’t even own a computer.
After sulking in the house for a few days, his grandfather drags him outside and Gabriel takes his first steps into the real world. Gathering all his courage, he talks to Liam, their neighbors’ son, who hands him a small sheet of paper and asks for his help. From that day on, Gabriel follows Liam and his friends on a treasure hunt across town. With the entire school on their heels, they rush to solve riddle after riddle, slowly closing in on that which no one has ever found before. Along the way, Gabriel meets the head-butting twins Jack and Jordan, their dog Cat, the insane story-teller Eddie and Hannah, a young girl locked up in her room.
Hand in hand, they work to help Hannah escape and take her along on their adventure. Having spent her entire life cut off from the rest of the world, Gabriel finds a kindred spirit in the red-haired girl with the glowing eyes. But one day, a secret Hannah has been carefully hiding from the group rears its ugly head and threatens to shatter Gabriel’s new life and the place he thought he’d finally found in the world.
BILLY GRIST is comical parable about the nature of faith. It tells the story of Billy Grist, a man-child who seeks to unite humanity by building a “massive family” only to find his destiny is controlled by a higher power who has other plans for saving mankind…
Part satire, part 9-11 revenge fantasy, BILLY GRIST is narrated by The Great Numero Uno, the leader of the UIUI (Ultra-Intelligent Universe Inspectors) and an avowed misanthropist for having witnessed the evolution of mankind from plankton to our current “sorry” state. The fun begins when the Almighty One reveals His grand plan to The Great Numero Uno, forcing the microscopic egomaniac to relate the story of the world’s ultimate altruist, Billy Grist, to the very people he despises…
Billy is a mulatto born of a deaf father who is obsessed with creating the perfect fruit cocktail, and a gymnast mother who was once capable of “spiking a perfect landing” before growing a noteworthy set of breasts. Billy is also brother to a sister who emits a radiant smile that invokes Beatlemania. Unfortunately, it’s a gift soon quelled by the world’s most wicked disease, Comswalli Nervousa, which causes a wider tragedy that’s eventually capped by an email from the Great Beyond…
Abandoned by God, Billy Grist nonetheless decides to embrace life by using his incredible wealth to build a massive family that includes a broad mix of brothers and sisters. Billy plans to unite the human race, but his noble effort is soon thwarted by a brain-dead terrorist named Calvitor Septor, son of Animus Septor, the inventor of the Jewbie doll, a plush toy with detachable limbs that becomes the must have item within the Middle-Eastern nation of Aridia…
A must-read for Islamic extremists, recently compared to works of Christopher Moore, Vonnegut, and Douglas Adams, BILLY GRIST deploys humor to create a thought-provoking satire that turns sacred cows into hamburger. It’s a recommended read for those willing to embrace the ultimate truth that human beings don’t know jack s@$!! about how or why we were “created.”
Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs
As a teenager growing up in Hong Kong in the 1960′s, a young Eurasian Boy takes us through a number of his wild and mischievous adventures based on real-life experiences. A yo-yo championship, flying Chinese fighting kites while precariously perched on high-rise rooftops, a unique multi-cultural English high school called KGV, encounters with the Chinese Triads, racing motorcycles and cars, gambling in Macau casinos, crossing between Occidental and Oriental culture, University in Australia and of course that first encounter with the opposite sex (and what follows). He recounts a truly amazing litany of teenage experiences that would be foreign to most not having the opportunity to enjoy the appetizing delights of the British Colony bordering China. Tony Tebbutt opens up his inner-self to expose his emotions, joy and personal frailties as he recounts his life lessons with personal achievement, education, women and moral values. Through it all he is able to find humor in his faults and share the exuberance of his successes. An easy read and an absolute must if you enjoy good stories, coming of age or have a connection to old Hong Kong.
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