In North America, 64% of adults and 25% of children are overweight or obese. We are bombarded by food; it is everywhere we turn. People with Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) are an untapped expertise in combatting this problem. People with this genetic disorder gain approximately 20-30% more weight on 50% less calories, and are driven to eat. The traditional approach to this syndrome was to lock up all food, and control, restrict, and supervise all activity. While people with PWS were kept alive, they had no quality of life. Today, there are leaders within the PWS community who are taking cutting-edge approaches to combating both health and quality of life issues. Their secrets are revealed within this book. "In 1999 the World Bank asked 60,000 people living on less than a dollar a day to identify the biggest hurdle to their advancement. It wasn't food, shelter or health care. It was access to a voice." www.videovolunteers.org In 2007 Albertans with Prader-Willi syndrome and their families were interviewed and they made the same plea. Prader-Willi syndrome is a genetic condition with a complex presentation of characteristics including a body chemistry that is a poor compliment to a pronounced food desire. However, the people interviewed did not ask for a new diet, or rehabilitation strategies. They asked that people listen. By empowering persons with Prader-Willi syndrome and their families to tell their stories, A Recipe For Success gives a voice to those who have been unheard, and inspires the people who fi ght for them. This book is a must read for anyone seeking; a cutting-edge approach to societal health and wellness; an answer to weight maintenance for themselves or someone they love, and/or; a means of supporting persons with disabling conditions such as Prader-Willi syndrome and beyond to achieve meaningful, healthy lives. This book explores health and wellness, with an emphasis on food drive, as well as disability culture, through the voices of self-advocates with PWS and families. It should be read by: . Parents of all children (disabled and not) who want to instill positive, healthy food practices. . Adults who have attempted diets and still not lost the weight. Adults who are seeking an alternate approach. . Doctors and other medical professionals who seek continuing education. . Teachers who are negotiating the balance between organic and teachable conditions. . Self-advocates with disabling conditions who want to explore their own personal voice through the voices of others experiencing stigma and oppression. . Family members of persons with disabling conditions who want to affirm their experiences and interpretations and learn how to navigate the systems. . Government administrators who want to inform their funding allocation. . Extended family, friends, and the public-at-large who want to understand disability and reexamine their attitudes. . Human service workers who want to know how best to support persons with disabling conditions and how to listen to families. . Anyone who wants to know about Prader-Willi Syndrome.
Why Mason Jar Salad Recipes? Well, why not? Although mason jars salad recipes are fast becoming a household name, not because it is just another fad diet but because it is quite easy to prepare. Nowadays, people are more inclined to choose healthy options and for most of us, although we want to eat healthily sometimes we are easily persuaded to cheat because of the effort of preparing healthy meals-aside from the cost of organic food. But, with Mason Jar Salad recipes, you can prepare your food in advance-as much as 5 days ahead. So, what does this mean to people living a fast paced life? This means that busy people can pick a day in one week to prepare all the needed salad in a jar meal they would need within a week. For example, if you are living alone or with your husband, you can basically prepare 10 salad meals (breakfast/lunch and dinner) x 2 (for hubby and you) a total of 20 salad jar recipes. Prepare it in one day, including grocery and packing of the salad in a jar which basically takes around 5 hours in all and you are free to do your thing the rest of the week. Just grab a jar and you have healthy food on your hands. If you buy the vegetables in bulk you are saving more money because you can ensure that all the vegetables and fruits you buy will be used within your Mason jar salad recipe. Plus, you can reuse extra dressing from last week's recipe into this week's crop of salad jars. And most of all, this book contains no less than 50 different and amazing Mason jar salad recipes to keep your palate fully satisfied-say good bye to the same food over and over again. And most of all, feel free to substitute the veggies used to make it even more interesting!"
What Will You Find Inside?This eBook contains 50 Vegan Paleo Recipes. It will help you cook Vegan-Paleo dishes for your everyday meal. The people who are looking for a healthy solution to their diet plans will find this eBook very beneficial. So what if you are vegan? You can still follow a Paleo diet because it involves vegetables that are full of rich in nutrients that will keep you healthy as ever. All the recipes are strictly Vegan mixed with a Paleo diet routine.
You will find the following things in this eBook:
1. Introduction to Vegan-Paleo Diet
2. Variety of food that can be enjoyed in a Vegan-Paleo Diet
3. The benefits of following this diet
4. Strictly Vegan-Paleo recipes
5. Breakfast Recipes
6. Lunch Recipes
7. Dinner Recipes
8. Dessert RecipesThis report will help you learn about Vegan-Paleo recipes. By the end of this eBook, I promise you will be able to make Vegan-Paleo Recipes in every meal of the day. These recipes will be nutrient and protein rich that will surely provide you with proper nourishment.
Here again is the extraordinary bestselling book that taught America the social and personal significance of a new way of eating-- one that remains a complete guide for eating well in the 90s. Featuring: simple rules for a healthy diet; a streamlined, easy-to-use format; delicious food combinations of protein-rich meals without meat; hundreds of wonderful recipes, and much more.
Cheesecakes are usually heavy and rich. There are those who cannot take the fat or the high sugar content. Hence, this book. It comes to the rescue of those who want the taste without the calories.
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