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Food for the Heart

Food for the Heart

Author: Kamran Yaraei

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781607914495

Category: Religion

Page: 224

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This book is a compilation of 111 messages from Kamrans deep and extraordinary relationship with Jesus Christ. Since his transformation in 2000, Kamran spends much of his time walking and conversing with God. He has faithfully recorded these experiences in journals. Kamran has had many encounters with God. His writings are very unique and simple and will help people connect to God in a fresh way. The main themes are the condition of our hearts, passionate relationships, love beyond what we experience, and much more. These messages are very poetic in nature, coming from an elegant and sensitive heart connection with God. Kamran Yaraei is a former Shiite Muslim from Iran who had an encounter with the love of God through Jesus Christ that totally changed his life. He lives in North Carolina with his wife, Suzy. He travels and speaks throughout the nations, relating his encounters with God and encouraging people groups of all kinds. He has a powerful testimony, which includes miraculous events, and a deep love for God that is contagious. Many believe that his messages are critically important in helping the church understand the times in which we live. For more information, video bites, and to hear or read his testimony go to WWW.PROJECTCALLOUT.ORG

Food for the Heart

Food for the Heart

Author: Chah

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780861719747

Category: Religion

Page: 432

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Renowned for the beauty and simplicity of his teachings, Ajahn Chah was Thailand's best-known meditation teacher. His charisma and wisdom influenced many American and European seekers, and helped shape the American Vipassana community. This collection brings together for the first time Ajahn Chah's most powerful teachings, including those on meditation, liberation from suffering, calming the mind, enlightenment and the 'living dhamma'. Most of these talks have previously only been available in limited, private editions and the publication of Food for the Heart therefore represents a momentous occasion: the hugely increased accessibility of his words and wisdom. Western teachers such as Ram Dass and Jack Kornfield have extolled Chah's teachings for years and now readers can experience them directly in this book.

The Healthy Heart Food Counter

The Healthy Heart Food Counter

Author: Annette B. Natow

Publisher: Jo Ann Heslin

ISBN: 0743426843

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 448

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Two noted nutritionists draw on the latest research into cardiovascular health to provide helpful advice on promoting and maintaining a healthy heart through nutrition, with more than 12,500 food listings that come complete with counts for calories, sodium, fat, and cholesterol. Original.

The Good Parenting Food Guide

The Good Parenting Food Guide

Author: Jane Ogden

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118714904

Category: Psychology

Page: 208

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The Good Parenting Food Guide offers straightforward advice for how to encourage children to develop a healthy, unproblematic approach to eating. Explores key aspects of children’s eating behavior, including how children learn to like food, the role of food in their life and how habits are formed and can be changed Discusses common problems with children’s diets, including picky eating, under-eating, overeating, obesity, eating disorders and how to deal with a child who is critical of how they look Turns current research and data into practical tips Filled with practical solutions, take home points, drawings, and photos Mumsnet Blue Badge Award Winner

Food and Nutrition Economics

Food and Nutrition Economics

Author: George C. Davis

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199379125

Category: Medical

Page: 224

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Winner of the 2017 Quality of Communication Award presented by The Agricultural and Applied Economics Association As the importance of food and nutrition becomes more widely recognized by practitioners and researchers in the health sciences, one persisting gap in the knowledge base remains: what are the economic factors that influence our food and our health? Food and Nutrition Economics offers a much-needed resource for non-economists looking to understand the basic economic principles that govern our food and nutritional systems. Comprising both a quick grounding in nutrition with the fundamentals of economics and expert applications to food systems, it is a uniquely accessible and much-needed bridge between previously disparate scholarly and professional fields. This book is intended for upper level undergraduates, graduate students, and health professionals with no background in economics who recognize that economics affects much of their work. Concerned because previous encounters with economics have been hampered by math hurdles? Don't be; this book offers a specialized primer in consumer economics (including behavioral economics of food consumption), producer economics, market-level analysis, cost-effectiveness, and cost-benefit analysis, all in an accessible and conversational manner that requires nothing more than middle-school math acumen. Grounding these lessons in contemporary issues such as soft drink taxes, food prices, convenience, nutrition education programs, and the food environment, Food and Nutrition Economics is an innovative and needed entry in the rapidly expanding universe of food studies, health science, and their related fields.

Food for Fitness

Food for Fitness

Author: Anita Bean

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781408104163

Category: Medical

Page: 208

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Food for Fitness is the bible for anyone who is serious about their sport, health and fitness. This new edition has seen a complete overhaul of the book - radically improving the design and adding lots of new material. The book is now in full colour and contains lots of engaging fact boxes and top tips from leading sportspeople and athletes, as well as high quality photography. In terms of content, the book is divided into three sections: Exercise and nutrition - seven chapters offering detailed guidance on a range of subjects from eating for competition to superfoods. Meal plans - guidance on how too design your perfect meal plan, plus ready-made plans for a range of sports and calorie intakes. Recipes - over 50 recipes for drinks, snacks, main meals and much more.

Homeless Older Populations

Homeless Older Populations

Author: Diane Chau

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826170163

Category: Social Science

Page: 304

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Offers proven strategies for advancing the care of the homeless elderly Filled with key insights and field-tested knowledge, this is a concise, hands-on guide to how interdisciplinary team strategies can advance the care of older homeless adults. The book encompasses research evidence, education-based initiatives, and systems thinking, and describes how to implement promising health care outlooks for diverse elderly populations in a variety of localities. Chapters address the many challenges to caring for homeless individuals by integrating a team vision for adopting transformation and geriatrics health care workforce education. The book provides an overview of population demographics and trends and discusses specific medical/psychological care challenges including the spread of infectious diseases. It covers the delivery of care to homeless patients, complex ethical and legal issues, housing, social economics, family disruption and abuse, end-of-life considerations, and political and policy challenges. With abundant case studies and discussions about successes and failures in homeless geriatric health care, the book provides a framework for the joint efforts of social worker, nurse, mental health professional, physician, and other health care professionals to provide optimal care for older homeless populations. Key Features: Presents the most current resources, evidence, and developments for interdisciplinary care of older homeless populations Written by an interprofessional health care workforce with abundant clinical and academic experience in the field Focuses on implementing, developing, and adopting health care strategies to provide for care of the frail homeless elderly Includes case studies and discussions of successes and failures Addresses challenges, barriers, resolutions, and opportunities for homeless geriatric care

Sex and the Heart

Sex and the Heart

Author: Christopher P. Steidle

Publisher: Addicus Books

ISBN: 9781940495538

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 237

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Analyzing a dysfunction that affects nearly half of all men in the United States between the ages of 40 and 70, this study presents the most current information on erectile dysfunction (ED). Confronting the all-too-popular conception that ED is an isolated problem, this overview reveals that erectile dysfunction can in fact be a symptom of underlying cardiovascular disease. Based on 20 years of medical experience, this investigation explains the importance of a proper evaluation, depending on specific symptoms. Ideal treatments are also covered, including Viagra, Levitra, Cialis, penile injections and implants, testosterone gels, intraurethral medications, vacuum pumps, and constriction rings.

Kinn's The Medical Assistant - E-Book

Kinn's The Medical Assistant - E-Book

Author: Deborah B. Proctor

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323292894

Category: Medical

Page: 1379

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The most comprehensive medical assisting resource available, Kinn's The Medical Assistant, 11th Edition provides unparalleled coverage of the practical, real-world administrative and clinical skills essential to your success in health care. Kinn's 11th Edition combines current, reliable content with innovative support tools to deliver an engaging learning experience and help you confidently prepare for today's competitive job market. Study more effectively with detailed Learning Objectives, Vocabulary terms and definitions, and Connections icons that link important concepts in the text to corresponding exercises and activities throughout the companion Evolve Resources website and Study Guide & Procedure Checklist Manual. Apply what you learn to realistic administrative and clinical situations through an Applied Learning Approach that integrates case studies at the beginning and end of each chapter. Master key skills and clinical procedures through step-by-step instructions and full-color illustrations that clarify techniques. Confidently meet national medical assisting standards with clearly identified objectives and competencies incorporated throughout the text. Sharpen your analytical skills and test your understanding of key concepts with critical thinking exercises. Understand the importance of patient privacy with the information highlighted in helpful HIPAA boxes. Demonstrate your proficiency to potential employers with an interactive portfolio builder on the companion Evolve Resources website. Familiarize yourself with the latest administrative office trends and issues including the Electronic Health Record. Confidently prepare for certification exams with online practice exams and an online appendix that mirrors the exam outlines and provides fast, efficient access to related content. Enhance your value to employers with an essential understanding of emerging disciplines and growing specialty areas. Find information quickly and easily with newly reorganized chapter content and charting examples. Reinforce your understanding through medical terminology audio pronunciations, Archie animations, Medisoft practice management software exercises, chapter quizzes, review activities, and more on a completely revised companion Evolve Resources website.