Ancestral Diets and Nutrition

Ancestral Diets and Nutrition

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Author: Christopher Cumo

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000176094

Category: Medical

Page: 488

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Ancestral Diets and Nutrition supplies dietary advice based on the study of prehuman and human populations worldwide over the last two million years. This thorough, accessible book uses prehistory and history as a laboratory for testing the health effects of various foods. It examines all food groups by drawing evidence from skeletons and their teeth, middens, and coprolites along with written records where they exist to determine peoples’ health and diet. Fully illustrated and grounded in extensive research, this book enhances knowledge about diet, nutrition, and health. It appeals to practitioners in medicine, nutrition, anthropology, biology, chemistry, economics, and history, and those seeking a clear explanation of what humans have eaten across the ages and what we should eat now. Features: Sixteen chapters examine fat, sweeteners, grains, roots and tubers, fruits, vegetables, and animal and plant sources of protein. Integrates information about diet, nutrition, and health from ancient, medieval, modern and current sources, drawing from the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Provides comprehensive coverage based on the study of several hundred sources and the provision of over 2,000 footnotes. Presents practical information to help shape readers’ next meal through recommendations of what to eat and what to avoid.
Categories: Medical

The Atlas of Reds and Blues

The Atlas of Reds and Blues

Weekly trips to the neurologist and neuro-ophthalmologist for the coming six months plotted like graph theory on the wall calendar ... “Commentary from the peanut gallery, no.” “Withdrawal, yes.” “I'm hardly the peanut.

Author: Devi Laskar

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780708899311

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

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'A powerfully written novel' Nikesh Shukla, Guardian 'It takes place in a morning; it covers a lifetime' Booklist starred review The Atlas of Reds and Blues opens with a woman lying bleeding on her driveway, shot by police. The woman has moved her family to the wealthy suburbs, but once there was is met with the same questions: Where are you from? No, where are you really from? The American-born daughter of Bengali immigrant parents, her truthful answer, here, is never enough. The morning that opens The Atlas of Red and Blues is the morning that the woman's simmering anger breaks through. During a baseless and prejudice-driven police raid on her house, she finally refuses to be calm, complacent, polite. As she lies bleeding on her driveway, her life flashing before her eyes, she struggles to make sense of her past and decipher her present - how did she end up here?
Categories: Fiction

The Real Play Revolution

The Real Play Revolution

Write it on the calendar in bright colours: you could make a calendar on a whiteboard (although the temptation to rub out and scribble a ... Or use an old-fashioned wall calendar. ... synchronized eating of a spoonful of peanut butter.

Author: Ash Perrin

Publisher: Watkins

ISBN: 9781786782625

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 299

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For parents, teachers, and anyone in childcare: A highly original, inspiring guide to the power of play and how to use it—from the founder of the Flying Seagull Project In a world of technology, product marketing, and unending messaging, there is a need to liberate the imagination, re-sow the seeds of creativity—and start a Real Play revolution! Real Play needs no expertise, qualifications, or equipment beyond what can be found about the house—just a genuine interaction between grown-ups and children. Accessible, engaging, and fun, this book offers techniques and play ideas developed by Ash Perrin through his work at the Flying Seagull Project, making a passionate case for the importance of play in children’s lives. The Real Play Revolution is a treasure trove of fantastic, unexpected, and effective play ideas, from step-by-step activities such as: • Kids Comedy Corner: tell jokes together as a family • Home-Made TV: make your own TV—then watch it! • Circus Skills Workshop: hoola-hoop, juggling balls, spinning plates, etc. Plus, there are easy methods for fixing bad moods—in both kids and adults! • One-Minute Madness Miracle: the first one to get nowhere wins. • Turkey Head Grump Crown: who can continue to feel annoying with a turkey on their head? All suggestions can be adapted to work with one child to a whole classroom. Featuring fun line drawings to clarify step-by-steps, The Real Play Revolution is a practical, much-needed guide to help grown-ups share silliness, laughter, and fun with kids.
Categories: Family & Relationships

In the Red

In the Red

“Mommy!” Jesse came bouncing into the kitchen, his wispy bangs bouncing with him. “Hey, Peanut Butter,” she said. Her son ran to a counter drawer, pulled out a Sharpie, and stepped onto the stool just under the hanging wall calendar; ...

Author: Dina Santorelli

Publisher: eLuna Media LLC

ISBN: 9780997719185

Category: Fiction

Page: 487

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When Kirk Stryker, a respected certified public accountant, is brutally murdered in his office in the Long Island village of Gardenia, all eyes are on rival Marty Benning, the handsome newcomer whose high-tech firm has been stealing Stryker's business and attention. Muriel Adams, a middle-aged mom who has given up on love, falls head over heels for the charming yet enigmatic Benning, despite the warnings of friends and family, and when Benning is arrested for Stryker's murder, she is the only one to believe in his innocence. Is Muriel blinded by love? Or is Benning playing her for a fool? In the Red is an emotionally charged contemporary thriller that follows the police investigation, media coverage, and political and economic fallout surrounding this high-profile crime, and, ultimately, uncovers a dark underbelly that reveals the dangerous places the heart can lead.
Categories: Fiction

The Diviners

The Diviners

and a quart pail of peanut butter. On one wall there is a calendar from two years back, with a colour picture of spruce trees at Galloping Mountain, black against a setting sun, and on another wall Jesus with a Bleeding Heart, ...

Author: Margaret Laurence

Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd

ISBN: 9781788548748

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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Morag Gunn is a writer in her mid-forties who lives in a riverside farm in East Ontario. Her eighteen-year-old daughter is suffering from a profound loneliness that she is struggling to understand, causing Morag to contemplate her own past. Through a series of flashbacks she reviews the painful and exhilarating moments from her earlier life: her childhood on the social margins of the small prairie town of Manawaka; her escape from a demeaning marriage into writing fiction; and her travels to England, Scotland and finally back to Canada, where she faces her most difficult challenge – the necessity to understand, and let go of, the daughter she loves. First published in 1974, The Diviners is an evocative, moving exploration of one woman's search for identity.
Categories: Fiction

STATE OF GRACE

STATE OF GRACE

I hadn't noticed the cardboard boxes stacked against the wall, underneath the cloth calendar. My stomach growled with hunger as I opened the ... While snacking on peanut butter and crackers, we talked about our plan for the next day.

Author: M. Lauryl Lewis

Publisher: M. Lauryl Lewis

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 204

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Living on Mt. Rainier, Gus and Zoe are faced with a tough decision; stay and face starvation, or leave and face the dead that wait lower in elevation. The group will encounter new dangers and struggle to find themselves and each other again. The dead are more ruthless than ever, and the living more desperate. Natural disasters, a new threat from the dead, and tragic losses will either break Zoe and Gus apart or drive them closer together. Book six of the Grace Series.
Categories: Fiction

Lee Smith

Lee Smith

Significant items in Something in the Wind identify strands of a college girl's life in 1966–1967—hoisting boxes on moving-in day and posting a Peanuts calendar and “all the dead corsages” on the dormitory wall (Smith, 1971, 124).

Author: Mary Ellen Snodgrass

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476636665

Category: Social Science

Page: 202

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“Gives users insight into the major events in Lee’s life and how they shaped her work…provides its target audience with the tools necessary for approaching and understanding this important American author…recommended”—ARBA “Excellent series of Literary Companions”—Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine This literary companion surveys the works of Lee Smith, a Southern author lauded for her autobiographical familiarity with Appalachian settings and characters. Her dialogue captures the distinct voices of mountain people and their perceptions of local and world events, ranging from the Civil War to ecology and modernization. Mental and physical disability and the Southern cultural norm of including the disabled as both family and community members are recurring themes in Smith’s writing. An A to Z arrangement of entries incorporates specific titles, and themes such as belonging, healing and death, humor, parenting and religion.
Categories: Social Science

Concluding Family Lessons

Concluding Family Lessons

first, so I handed her the 'Countdown Calendar” (which was a small chalkboard) and a piece of chalk, then said to her, “Now, ... directed her to our calendar, which was hanging on the wall; she began counting off the days.

Author: Steven H. Propp

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781532085765

Category: Fiction

Page: 486

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In the final installment of a quadrilogy, Steven Propp once again invites others to spend a few moments with his family to not only appreciate the difficulties of being young, but also realize the crucial importance of family values, learning together, and loving each other unconditionally—especially in today’s ever-changing times. It’s been five years and the Propps’ six grandchildren are still going to school, playing sports and cheerleading, taking nature walks, playing card games, eagerly awaiting the release of blockbuster movies, and asking for help with homework. Now as they move onto middle and high school and even college, there are also new experiences that include learning how to drive, visiting a farmer’s market, listening to classical music, and even dealing with mice in the house! The questions they pose to their grandparents are becoming more complex, even controversial, as they ask about Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights movement, the Vietnam War, IQ tests, illegal drugs, the dangers of smoking and vaping, protests by prominent athletes, and the issues of race, ethnicity, genetics, and multiculturalism. Concluding Family Lessons completes the insightful journey into the lives of six grandchildren and their grandparents as they face challenging issues together.
Categories: Fiction

Quadruplets Make Six

Quadruplets Make Six

Whoever came up with that idea needed to be buried alive with crushed peanut powder. The lid of the trash can popped up ... I took my calendar off the wall and flipped it back a couple of months, trying to see what color was missing.

Author: Nicole Elliot

Publisher: Nicole Elliot

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page:

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Always a bridesmaid...until now. But my past is standing in our way. We can’t be together until all our secrets come out. And I have to tell her the truth. Because she’s having my baby. The fourth in a steamy series from USA Today Bestselling Author, Nicole Elliot. Each book is a standalone with no cliffhanger. You're going to love these new daddies! free romance, contemporary romance, billionaire romance, single dad romance, nanny romance, teacher romance, multiples, twins, triplets, secret baby romance, family drama romance, alpha male romance, doctor romance, new adult romance, second chance romance, hero romance, forbidden love, romance series, small town romance series
Categories: Fiction

The Lying House

The Lying House

He opened the ceramic jar with the peanut butter cookies she'd made then went to the fridge for milk. Crunching on a cookie, he read notes written in Jenn's neat script on the calendar pinned to the wall next to the fridge door.

Author: Rick Mofina

Publisher: MIRA

ISBN: 9781488051425

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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There’s only one way to bury a secret… Lisa Taylor had friends, family and a job she loved back in Cleveland. But when her husband, Jeff, lands the promotion of a lifetime, she gives it all up to stand by him. Their whirlwind move to Miami feels like an adventure, their idyllic new neighborhood the perfect place to start a family. But their dreams are shattered when a stranger breaks into their house, holding a knife to Lisa’s throat before Jeff can chase him off. Suddenly, every sacrifice Lisa made is like a loss she’ll never recover from. But Jeff makes it clear there’s too much at stake to return to Ohio. Isolated and afraid, Lisa becomes a hostage in her own home. She can’t shake the feeling she’s being watched. And with the man she married growing increasingly unrecognizable, she’s starting to wonder whether their hasty move was to pursue a better life—or escape a chilling past that won’t be outrun. “Edge-of-your-seat thrilling.” —Louise Penny, #1 New York Times bestselling author, on Last Seen “Don’t miss Search for Her, the newest thrill-ride from Rick Mofina!”
Categories: Fiction