Over the years, we have been repeating the same eating mistakes that our parents made. This is the reason why the prevalence of diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, and arthritis is increasing in the population over time.
In Eat to Prevent and Control Disease, research scientist and registered state pharmacist La Fonceur will tell you how foods that work with the same mechanism as medicines can naturally prevent and control disease. How can you build your body in such a way that you do not need medications even in your 40s, 50s, 60s, or 70s? How can you prevent disease even if you have a family history of that disease? How can you control chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, and many others?
Archibald “Arch” Stan was a local cop in Midian, Tennessee that was good at his job. Lafayette Hendricks is a drifter, a broken-down hitchhiker blown through Midian on the prevailing winds. When Arch catches him in a fight on the town square, though, things start to get weird, fast, because the guy he’s fighting doesn’t die when he gets shot.
Pretty soon, Arch’s whole life is turned upside down by Hendricks’s revelation that there’s a secret world operating under the one he’s been living in his whole life – one filled with demons, chaos, and unspeakable evils.
16 contemporary romance books all put together in one bundle by Sierra Rose.
1. The Billionaire’s Fake Girlfriend
2. Seduced By My Billionaire Boss
4. The Boss’s Son
5. My Despicable Ex
6. The Edge of Tomorrow
7. Accidently Married to the Billionaire
8. The Expedition
9. The World War Sisters
Inglourious Basterds: A Screenplay (paid link)
Get an insider’s oral history of the World’s most iconic comedy club, featuring exclusive interviews with today’s most hilarious stars recalling their time on stage (and off) at the Improv.
In 1963, 30-year-old Budd Friedman—who had recently quit his job as a Boston advertising executive and returned to New York to become a theatrical producer—opened a coffee house for Broadway performers called the Improvisation. Later shortened to the Improv, its first seedy West 44th Street location initially attracted the likes of Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli, Albert Finney, and Jason Robards, as well as a couple of then-unknowns named Dustin Hoffman and Bette Midler.
You’re sabotaging your own success – and Larry Winget can prove it!
You think you know what you want in life. You’ve tried to achieve those things. But if you still don’t have them, the culprit may be closer than you think. In this perspective-altering book, the world-renowned Pitbull of Personal Development(tm), Larry Winget, exposes the things you are doing right now to unknowingly prevent your own success in the most important areas of your life: business, family, health, parenting, money, and more – and offers you his self-proven action plan for change. You’ll learn
The only five success rules you’ll ever need.
How to eliminate stress once and for all.
The 10 ways you’re sabotaging yourself right now.
Surprising ways to get more done at home and at work.
The bad-habit-breaking trick that will change your life instantly.
Simple steps to making fast improvements in your finances.