Best diet books of all time
The extracts for this book have been selected from the writings and talks of the mother. Most of the chapters begin with a series of short written statements arranged under the first title. The titles which follow are generally longer passages taken from talks; a few are from essays and messages.
More free books Healing Foods : A Step-by-step Guide – Denise Mortimore
An introduction to the healing properties of food. The book outlines the essential foods to maintain optimum general health and provides a guide to the foods which are linked to helping with specific problems. It explains how to prepare foods without diminishing the essential nutritional content. The "Nutshell Nutrition" series provides introductions to healthy eating programmes in a […] Daily Reflections on Addiction, Yoga, and Getting Well – Rolf Gates
Deeply personal essays and daily prompts for self-reflection while healing from addiction and walking the road of recovery from the author of Meditations from the Mat and Meditations on Intention and Being. Rolf Gates has walked the walk of the 12-step method of recovery successfully and continues to do so by integrating the practices of yoga with modern addiction treatment […] Beat Fatigue With Yoga : The Simple Step-By-Step Way to Restore Energy – Fiona Agombar
Yoga can help combat feelings of tiredness or even chronic fatigue. A completely integrated system for healing and wellbeing, it is the ideal, gentle way to address and even remove the causes of exhaustion. "Beat Fatigue With Yoga" is designed to help with all levels of fatiguefrom general tiredness to long-term exhaustion. This new edition includes two new chapters looking at the […] Robert Crayhon’s Nutrition Made Simple : A Comprehensive Guide to the Latest Findings in Optimal Nutrition – Robert Crayhon
Nutrition is a complicated subject. This book, divided into 40 short chapters, makes it simple. An outstanding compilation of nutrition information. I consider it to be one of the seminal books in nutrition.--Brian Leibovitz, Ph.D., editor of Journal of Optimal Nutrition.
Author: Robert Crayhon
Pages: 274 pages
Size: 14.34 Mb Xian Jia Baduanjin Qigong : For Beginners and Advanced Practitioners – Othmar Vigl
This book is a short introduction to Xian Jia Baduanjin qigong. It explains in short what qigong is, how to practice in a diligent way and what to look out for in an instructor. The last chapter explains the various exercises of this particular style of qigong. All exercises described in this book are suitable for beginners. More advanced practitioners of qigong will find these […] Deeper Dimension Of Yoga : Theory and Practice – PhD Georg Feuerstein
Here is a comprehensive survey of the full breadth and depth of the 5,000-year-old Yoga tradition, emphasizing its potent philosophy and spiritual vision. Georg Feuerstein demonstrates that Yoga is much more than a system of physical exercises--it is a profound path of self-transformation that encompasses a range of teachings, practices, and sacred texts that can help us cultivate […] The Woman’s Book Of Yoga And Health – Patricia Walden
The Woman's Book of Yoga and Health is the first comprehensive book about women's health issues and how to treat them with yoga. The authors offer a complete yoga program for general health as well as pose sequences that address specific health problems--all in the Iyengar tradition, which targets health needs more than other forms of yoga. For example, in the first part of the […] Annual Editions: Nutrition – Janet M Colson
The Annual Editions series is designed to provide convenient inexpensive access to a wide range of current articles from some of the most respected magazines, newspapers and journals published today. Annual Editions are updated on a regular basis through a continuous monitoring of over 300 periodical sources. The articles selected are authored by prominent scholars, researchers, and […]
Best diet books of all time