What if you take the long way home without eating lunch or a snack? Maybe you would be thinner if you just ignored the carbohydrate cravings. Surprisingly, the answer for people with Metabolism B is no. The Beast Within The human body ...
Author: Diane Kress
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Health & Fitness
Do you notice weight gain around your middle that just won't budge? Are you unable to lose weight on your past tried-and-true diets? Do friends and coworkers eat more than you do but weigh less? Do you have difficulty sleeping and wake up exhausted in the morning? Do you crave bread, pasta, chips, and sweets and go overboard eating them? There is a reason that some people can eat all they want and never seem to gain a pound while others count every calorie, exercise, and can't lose an ounce. If you answered "yes" to any of the questions above, you may be one of the millions of people -- an estimated 60% of dieters -- who have Metabolism B. This inherited hormonal imbalance causes your body to overprocess carbohydrate foods into excess body fat. As someone who personally struggled with Met B, registered dietitian Diane Kress knows the frustration of diets that won't work. In The Metabolism Miracle, she shares her scientifically based three-step solution that corrects hormonal imbalance, stabilizes blood sugar, and reprograms your metabolism to increase your energy and melt away fat. Now this life-changing guide is completely revised to be even easier to follow, with: The latest research on carbohydrates and metabolism and the science behind why other diets stop working for those with Metabolism B Updated food lists for each step and information on new products and ingredients 100 recipes, including 50 brand-new dishes Inspiring real-life success stories from people just like you Thousands of people have reached and maintained their desired weight and enjoy improved health and wellness with this revolutionary program. Now it's your turn to live and enjoy the Metabolism Miracle lifestyle.
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Author: Claude McKay
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
McKay's account of his long odyssey from Jamaica to Harlem and then on to France, Britain, North Africa, Russia, and finally back to America. As well as depicting his own experiences, the author describes his encounters with such notable personalities as Charlie Chaplin, George Bernard Shaw, H. G. Wells, Leon Trotsky, W. E. B. Du Bois, Isadora Duncan, Paul Robeson, and Sinclair Lewis.
His books for young people include To Be a Slave (New York: Dial Press, 1968) and The Long Journey Home: Stories from Black History (New York: Dial Press, 1993). Among other tales, he presented those of “Uncle Remus,” originally ...
Author: Rachel Kranz
Publisher: Infobase Holdings, Inc
For centuries, African Americans have made important contributions to American culture. From Crispus Attucks, whose death marked the start of the Revolutionary War, to Oprah Winfrey, perhaps the most recognizable and influential TV personality today, black men and women have played an integral part in American history. This greatly expanded and updated edition of our best-selling volume, The Biographical Dictionary of Black Americans, Revised Edition profiles more than 250 of America's important, influential, and fascinating black figures, past and present—in all fields, including the arts, entertainment, politics, science, sports, the military, literature, education, the media, religion, and many more.
New York : First Vintage Books Edition , 1986 . Greene , Bertram Hawthorne . Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor . Revised Edition . Winston - Salem , N.C .: John F. Blair , 1981 . Horstman , Judith . " The Southwick Jog .
Author: Henry C. Lind
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
The Long Road for Home is primarily based on a collection of over fifty letters written by the editor's great uncle, William W. Lind, while he served as a private in the Twenty-seventh Massachusetts Regiment of Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. It is also based on a somewhat smaller collection of letters written by three other enlisted men of the same regiment, including two brothers and a friend of William's, and by various friends and relatives of the soldiers. The four soldiers were all young farmboys, and William and his friend were Scottish immigrants. In early 1862, the Twenty-seventh Regiment was involved in the Burnside Expedition, which resulted in the capture of Roanoke Island and New Berne, North Carolina. Between late 1862 and 1864, the regiment took part in picket duty and various skirmishes, expeditions, scouting missions, battles at Drewry's Bluff and Cold Harbor, and the Siege of Petersburg. William and one of the brother soldiers were wounded, the other brother was mortally wounded and died as a prisoner of war, and William's friend deserted. The Twenty-seventh Regiment lost, in total during service, 12 officers and 389 enlisted men to injury and disease. The main focus of this book is to give some insight into the personal thoughts, worries, moods, sufferings, and problems of common soldiers of limited education, who at a young age volunteered to serve their country in order to put the letters in proper perspective, the soldiers' correspondence is interspersed with some of the Twenty-seventh Regiment's history and chronology, as well as with some of the war's general history. Comments have also been added at the end of a number of letters to explain more fully, clarify, or in some cases correct, references made by the soldiers. But the letters are generally left to speak for themselves. Some of them describe the horrors of battle, many contain the usual gripes about army life, others relate unsavory incidents not found in the official reports, and a couple tell of how rival pickets called an informal truce and fraternized. Generally speaking, however, the letters to some extent reflect a kind of honest patriotism and loyalty. The Long Road for Home contains maps of the battlefields involved, a few illustrations - including a photograph of Private Lind in uniform - and a glossary of phonetic spelling compiled from the letters.
Originally entitled “On Our Way Home,” “Two of Us” juxtaposes the idea of literally returning home with the grand sweep of memories. With a gentle, vaguely country and western acoustic guitar part on Paul's Martin D-28, ...
Author: Kenneth Womack
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
In Long and Winding Roads: The Evolving Artistry of the Beatles, Revised Edition, Kenneth Womack brings the band's story vividly to life-from their salad days as a Liverpool Skiffle group and their apprenticeship in the nightclubs and mean streets of Hamburg through their early triumphs at the legendary Cavern Club and the massive onslaught of Beatlemania itself. By mapping the group's development as an artistic fusion, Womack traces the Beatles' creative arc from their first, primitive recordings through Abbey Road and the twilight of their career. In this revised edition, Womack addresses new insights in Beatles-related scholarship since the original publication of Long and Winding Roads, along with hundreds of the group's outtakes released in the intervening years. The updated edition also affords attention to the Beatles' musical debt to Rhythm and Blues, as well as to key recent discoveries that vastly shift our understanding of formative events in the band's timeless story.
Some years ago I was stricken by misfortune while abroad, and for my family and me, it was a long way home. On the office wall above the desk where I composed this edition is a framed and autographed poster for a "Jan Reid Rescue ...
Author: Jan Reid
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Musical magic hit Austin, Texas, in the early 1970s. At now-legendary venues such as Threadgill's, Vulcan Gas Company, and the Armadillo World Headquarters, a host of country, rock-and-roll, blues, and folk musicians came together and created a sound and a scene that Jan Reid vividly detailed in his 1974 book, The Improbable Rise of Redneck Rock. The breadth of talent still astounds—Willie Nelson, Janis Joplin, Jerry Jeff Walker, Doug Sahm, Delbert McClinton, Michael Martin Murphey, Willis Alan Ramsey, Kinky Friedman, Steve Fromholz, Bobby Bridger, Billy Joe Shaver, Marcia Ball, and Townes Van Zandt. Reid's book even inspired the nationally popular and long-running PBS series Austin City Limits, which focused attention on the trends that fed the music scene—progressive country, country rock, western swing, blues, and bluegrass among them. In this new edition, Jan Reid revitalizes his classic look at the Austin music scene. He has substantially reworked the early chapters to include musicians and musical currents from other parts of Texas that significantly contributed to the delightful convergence of popular cultures in Austin. Four new chapters and an epilogue show how the creative burst of the seventies directly spawned a new generation of talents who carry on the tradition—Lyle Lovett, Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Robert Earl Keen, Steve Earle, Jimmy LaFave, Kelly Willis, Joe Ely, Bruce and Charlie Robison, and The Dixie Chicks.
known as the “Long Walk" home. The poem first appeared in the limited-edition collection Boundaries and has been slightly revised for this volume. “Letter from Yi Cheung.” Known as the “Ellis Island of the West,” Angel Island served as ...
Author: Richard Blanco
Publisher: Beacon Press
A timely and moving collection from the renowned inaugural poet on issues facing our country and people—immigration, gun violence, racism, LGBTQ issues, and more. Through an oracular yet intimate and accessible voice, Richard Blanco addresses the complexities and contradictions of our nationhood and the unresolved sociopolitical matters that affect us all. Blanco digs deep into the very marrow of our nation through poems that interrogate our past and present, grieve our injustices, and note our flaws, but also remember to celebrate our ideals and cling to our hopes. Charged with the utopian idea that no single narrative is more important than another, this book asserts that America could and ought someday to be a country where all narratives converge into one, a country we can all be proud to love and where we can all truly thrive. The poems form a mosaic of seemingly varied topics: the Pulse nightclub massacre; an unexpected encounter on a visit to Cuba; the forced exile of 8,500 Navajos in 1868; a lynching in Alabama; the arrival of a young Chinese woman at Angel Island in 1938; the incarceration of a gifted writer; and the poet’s abiding love for his partner, who he is finally allowed to wed as a gay man. But despite each poem’s unique concern or occasion, all are fundamentally struggling with the overwhelming question of how to love this country.
We live in a culture of collective fear over climate change and mass migration, and we experience increasing intense personal anxiety and despair. How might the Bible’s themes of homecoming and homemaking address our physical, emotional, and spiritual displacement? This collection of essays honors the academic and community work of Brian J. Walsh upon his retirement as Campus Minister at the University of Toronto Christian Reformed Campus Ministry. The collection is a stunning mosaic at once academic and personal—representing the many elements of Brian's life as pastor, theologian, professor, farmer, mentor, and friend. In an age when “home” feels physically and spiritually elusive for so many, this volume reawakens our imaginations to the foundational biblical themes of homecoming and homemaking. Academic, pastoral, personal, and timely, this volume honors Brian’s career and equips readers to engage the fear and anxiety of our age with the hope of the gospel.
Let's Take the Long Way Home: A Memoir of Friendship. New York: Random House, 2010. Corcoran, Barbara. Shark Tales: How I Turned a $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business. New York: Portfolio/Penguin; Revised edition, 2011.
Author: Victoria Costello
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Helps readers write memoirs, personal essays, and life stories of every length and type.
He was a long way away but as close as he could afford to be because of the nearby surf. As quickly as possible we got aboard the boat, threw off our gear, secured everything and then prepared for a pounding ride home.
Author: James Woodford
Publisher: Pan Australia
The real Great Barrier Reef is not just a single clown fish or a colony of branching stag horn coral. It is not simply the crystal clear water, cocktails and beautiful bodies of the tourist ads. Nor is it just the stage for murders, mishaps, shipwrecks, shark attacks, crocodile death rolls or gropers that swallow men's heads whole and only sometimes spit them back out. The real Great Barrier Reef is a living thing - a 2300-kilometre-long, untamed organism, made up of trillions of animals. It is the magnificent and terrifying home to the wild things of nightmares and hallucinations. James Woodford wanted to understand the real reef in all its complexity and along its entire, extraordinary length. For a year he worked and dived with marine biologists, exploring it from the coral outpost of Lord Howe Island in the south to the crocodile-haunted waters at the reef's northern boundary in Cape York. The Great Barrier Reef is a thrilling study of the reef - of its beauty, mystery and terror as it faces its greatest threat, rising sea temperatures that stem from global warming. Part science, part history, part travel and wholly adventurous, Woodford's book is as captivating, grand and magical as the reef itself.