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Food Fight

Author : Paloma Martinez-Cruz
ISBN : 9780816536061
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 61.46 MB
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"This book is a fiery critique on cultural appropriation rampant in today's culinary marketplace"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Social Science

Ending The Food Fight

Author : David Ludwig
ISBN : 9780547347417
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 42.4 MB
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In a world dominated by fast food and fake food, establishing healthy eating habits in children is one of the greatest concerns for parents -- and potentially one of the greatest challenges. Fortunately, the renowned physician Dr. David Ludwig developed a proven lifestyle plan that has benefited thousands of families. Here he shares his nine-week program, offering the tools -- including tasty recipes, motivational tips, and activities -- that can help families prevent the kitchen table from becoming a battleground.
Category: Health & Fitness

Winning The Food Fight

Author : Steve Willis
ISBN : 9781441226143
Genre : Religion
File Size : 26.40 MB
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Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver brought his mini-series, Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, to Huntington, West Virginia, "the fattest city in America." But long before the small town was on the chef's radar, one pastor had already begun to pray for Huntington's spiritual and physical transformation. Winning the Food Fight is pastor Steve Willis' insider look at the divine timing of Jamie Oliver's visit and a backstage pass to the events that are changing the heart and health of an all-American city. Readers will encounter the stories of real people who have made the connection between spiritual wellness and physical health, and be inspired to begin their own journey toward God-honoring transformation using Pastor Steve's practical, biblical plan.
Category: Religion

Memoirs Of A Fool

Author : David Renner
ISBN : 1467825220
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 58.57 MB
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MEMOIRS OF A FOOL: Volume One is highly unique. It highlights the failures of the memoirist, David Renner, rather than his successes. And as such, it strikes a chord of familiarity in all of us. From the President of the United States on down, the life of each of us is dominated by failures, many of which begin as successes. For every triumph in life there is a corresponding defeat, something we might note before we rush in, fools, to our next grand venture. Renner doesn’t rush into anything. He chronicles the inevitable setbacks in his life with a steady, stoic humor. To him, existence was summed up by the Firesign Theatre in 1971, when they released their signature album, I Think We’re All Bozos on This Bus. With this thought as his anchor, Renner neither soars with his successes nor collapses with his failures. He simply glides or stumbles through his paces as the lead actor in a comedy. There are serious moments in Renner’s story, which he traces back to Transylvania in Hungary, the birthplace of his parents. There is a dark family secret that he doesn’t learn until, at seventeen, he’s ready to go out into the world. There is his service in Air Force Intelligence inside Communist territory at the height of the Cold War. There is the surreal sight of Detroit, where he is living in 1967, on fire during the riots there. There are the strange days in the streets during the Democratic Convention in Chicago in 1968. And there is the decade-long drug addiction and the pain of lost love. But in this working-class saga the light moments outweigh the heavy ones, and ultimately Renner’s self-deprecating sense of humor brings him success in one important respect, as a human being.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Food Fight

Author : Julie L. Lautenschlager
ISBN : 0786426705
Genre : Education
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"This book studies the contentious history of the American lunch, and explains how divergent forces have carved out overlapping territories in the contest to influence America's eating habits. Early chapters explore the shift from agrarianism to industrialization and the pursuant lunch revolution, and cover early reform efforts to improve lunch in schools and workplaces"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Education

Television Guide

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ISBN : IND:30000107432365
Genre : Television programs
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Category: Television programs

The Good Fight That Didn T End

Author : Henry Perkins Goddard
ISBN : 1570037728
Genre : History
File Size : 72.69 MB
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The letters, journals, and newspaper writings of Henry Perkins Goddard (18421916) of Norwich, Connecticut, provide much firsthand detail about the passions and principles of a divided nation during the Civil War and Reconstruction as witnessed by a scrupulous soldier and scribe eager to capture the bitter realities of his time. The Good Fight That Didnt End includes Goddards accounts of combat in the battles of Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Gettysburg, his travels across the war-torn South after the war, and his encounters and friendships with well-known historical and literary figures of the era, including Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, George McClellan, Ambrose Burnside, Joseph Hooker, George Armstrong Custer, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Mark Twain. In his friendships with prominent former Confederates and high-ranking officials in both the North and the South, Goddard places himself at a nexus of efforts toward national reconciliation, carefully recording the temper of the changing times.
Category: History

Fighting Back With Fat

Author : Eric H. Kossoff, MD
ISBN : 9781617051449
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Written by two mothers who have children on the Ketogenic diet, Fighting Back with Fat provides essential information to educate parents on the diets, as well as gives advice to parents to navigate the emotional minefields that often come with attempting these diets. Common stress factors such as fear of failure, hyperresponsibility, dealing effectively with a child's non-compliance, and educating non-supportive relatives, friends and peers, are all addressed in heart-to-heart frankness from mothers who have covered the territory personally. The authors include first-person accounts of the successes and trails of other families as well as a rare glimpse of what kids think of the diets, in their own words. The book closes with the KetoCalculator 101, with tips and advice from the Charlie Foundation's Beth Zupec-Kania, RD, CD, the Keto Calculator's creator and a recipe section offering simple, delicious recipes organized by age group, each with "Keto Bites," fun food facts or practical advice that correspond to each recipe.
Category: Health & Fitness