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The Long Life Plan

Author : Faye James
ISBN : 1760790273
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Reset yourself with deliciously healthy recipes, tips, tools and tricks to regain confidence, self- steem and energy. Faye James' inspired healthy living plan not only gets your groove back but also gives you more time to do all the things you really want to do. @ Nutritiously balanced recipes. @ Easy to follow exercise plans to increase strength and flexibility. @ 30 minute Yoga flow routines. @ 30 minute Pilates mat workouts that can be done before and after work. @ Beauty tips to help fight ageing and maintain a youthful glow. @ Recipes for beauty tonics, beauty lotions, masks, bath soaks and how to make creams at home.

The Long Life

Author : Helen Small
ISBN : 9780191615573
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Long Life invites the reader to range widely from the writings of Plato through to recent philosophical work by Derek Parfit, Bernard Williams, and others, and from Shakespeare's King Lear through works by Thomas Mann, Balzac, Dickens, Beckett, Stevie Smith, Philip Larkin, to more recent writing by Saul Bellow, Philip Roth, and J. M. Coetzee. Helen Small argues that if we want to understand old age, we have to think more fundamentally about what it means to be a person, to have a life, to have (or lead) a good life, to be part of a just society. What did Plato mean when he suggested that old age was the best place from which to practice philosophy - or Thomas Mann when he defined old age as the best time to be a writer - and were they right? If we think, as Aristotle did, that a good life requires the active pursuit of virtue, how will our view of later life be affected? If we think that lives and persons are unified, much as stories are said to be unified, how will our thinking about old age differ from that of someone who thinks that lives and/or persons can be strongly discontinuous? In a just society, what constitutes a fair distribution of limited resources between the young and the old? How, if at all, should recent developments in the theory of evolutionary senescence alter our thinking about what it means to grow old? This is a groundbreaking book, deep as well as broad, and likely to alter the way in which we talk about one of the great social concerns of our time - the growing numbers of those living to be old, and the growing proportion of the old to the young.
Category: Literary Criticism

Long Life Health Plan

Author : Reader's Digest (Australia)
ISBN : 1922085790
Genre : Aging
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The Life Plan Diet

Author : Jeffry S. Life
ISBN : 9781476743585
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Feel younger even as you grow older! From New York Times bestselling author Dr. Life, this heart-healthy diet plan will help men aged fifty and older lose weight, boost their energy, and build strong bodies and minds. Lose the Belly Fat, Become Heart-Healthy, and Look and Feel Years Younger For most men, having six-pack abs seems like an impossible goal. But look no further than Dr. Jeffry Life, who transformed himself from an overweight fifty-nine-year-old with low sex drive, sky-high cholesterol levels, and borderline diabetes into the picture of health. Best of all, he’s been able to maintain his physique for more than fifteen years. His journey has inspired thousands of men across the country. Now it’s your turn to follow his path toward total wellness. The bestselling author of The Life Plan and the popular face of anti-aging medicine has one simple message: Any man can lose significant amounts of weight and keep those pounds off permanently. Well-defined abs are the hallmark of good health, and The Life Plan Diet will show you how to lose the belly fat so that you can not only find your six-pack, but more important, lower your risk of heart disease, step off the blood-sugar roller coaster, and ignite your sex life. This groundbreaking diet book offers a four-tiered approach to losing weight without strenuous exercise. It features: • a jump-start diet that puts men on the right track with quick results • a basic health diet that optimizes blood sugar levels by eating plenty of the right foods all day long • a fat-burning diet that powers through weight loss plateaus to let you continue to lose weight week after week • a heart-health diet for men who want to lose weight and reverse heart disease This simple program doesn’t require expensive equipment or difficult recipes with hard-to-find ingredients. Instead, it focuses on teaching men over fifty how to increase metabolism and shed real pounds. Packed with easy everyday menus and rules for eating out, tips for enhancing muscle mass and bone strength, foods that naturally increase testosterone levels and growth hormone, and good food habits for optimizing brain function, The Life Plan Diet is a proven and wildly successful method to help men over fifty lose weight and remain vital.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Long Life Of Evangeline

Author : Ron McFarland
ISBN : 9780786457243
Genre : Literary Criticism
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“Ye who believe in affection that hopes, and endures, and is patient, Ye who believe in the beauty and strength of woman’s devotion, List to the mournful tradition still sung by the pines of the forest; List to a Tale of Love in Acadie, home of the happy.” Generations of readers have now accepted the call of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow to join his heroine Evangeline in her search for Gabriel, the lover she was separated from during the expulsion of the Acadians from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. This critical history of the book-length poem describes its reception in the weeks and months that followed the 1847 release, explains its continued popularity down through the years, and offers insights on its interpretation and relevance today.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Long Life Ration Packet Llrp

Author : Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Military Nutrition Research
ISBN : NAP:16897
Genre : Food
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Fasting For Health And Long Life

Author : Hereward Carrington
ISBN : 0787301566
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Discovering The Life Plan

Author : Ann Merivale
ISBN : 9781846948213
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This book shows how our lives have a Planand how we can discover what we are here for. It should be of interest to spiritually-minded people of all ages, being based partly on my own experience of life (which includes bringing up a family of three and enjoying grandmotherhood), and partly on my years of working as a Deep Memory Process therapist.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Social Acceleration

Author : Hartmut Rosa
ISBN : 9780231519885
Genre : Philosophy
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Hartmut Rosa advances an account of the temporal structure of society from the perspective of critical theory. He identifies three categories of change in the tempo of modern social life: technological acceleration, evident in transportation, communication, and production; the acceleration of social change, reflected in cultural knowledge, social institutions, and personal relationships; and acceleration in the pace of life, which happens despite the expectation that technological change should increase an individual's free time. According to Rosa, both the structural and cultural aspects of our institutions and practices are marked by the "shrinking of the present," a decreasing time period during which expectations based on past experience reliably match the future. When this phenomenon combines with technological acceleration and the increasing pace of life, time seems to flow ever faster, making our relationships to each other and the world fluid and problematic. It is as if we are standing on "slipping slopes," a steep social terrain that is itself in motion and in turn demands faster lives and technology. As Rosa deftly shows, this self-reinforcing feedback loop fundamentally determines the character of modern life.
Category: Philosophy