Le curcuma est traditionnellement connu pour ses fantastiques propriétés digestives (adieu gaz, ballonnement, colite !) et anti-inflammatoires et, depuis peu, anticancer et anti-alzheimer. Mais ses bienfaits sont en réalité innombrables. Pas étonnant que les médecines indiennes et chinoises l’utilisent depuis des siècles… Savoureuse, exotique et gourmande, cette épice trouve facilement sa place dans une cuisine simple, légère et riche en fruits et légumes. Dans ce livre, découvrez : Les 10 meilleures raisons d’adopter le curcuma : anticancer et anticholestérol, belle peau, apaise les douleurs digestives et les rhumatismes… Les meilleurs aliments magiques pour accompagner cette épice, renforcer nos défenses naturelles et faciliter le transit : poivre, poulet, saumon, lentilles, potiron… De nombreuses astuces pour la consommer au quotidien. Et bien sûr, 100 recettes magiques au curcuma faciles et gourmandes de l’entrée au dessert ! Soupe de lentilles corail, brochettes de poulet façon tandoori, risotto aux champignons, mi-cuit au chocolat, verrine de pêches… Toutes les astuces pour glisser du curcuma dans vos plats !
Michelin s local map series with its high level of road detail is ideal for exploring the villages, towns and back roads of France. Bike paths and nature trails are indicated for outdoor fun, while suggested driving tours highlight the must-see sights of each area. Inset town maps help with navigation in and around urban areas. Clear, precise cartography with symbols conveying important travel information plus a legend in English allow travelers to quickly find their way."
Author: Marc Thiessen
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
The speechwriter for George W. Bush presents interviews and sensitive details about the terrorist acts prevented due to enhanced interrogation methods, and describes how those efforts are hampered by Barack Obama's administration.
Dressing for Altitude
Author: Dennis R. Jenkins
Publisher: Government Printing Office
The 2015 USP Dietary Supplements Compendium (DSC) has been significantly updated and expanded into a two-volume set. The new DSC features are 75 new dietary supplement monographs--nearly 500 in all--from USP 38-NF 33 through the First Supplement; 27 new General Chapters; More than 175 excipient monographs; Over 200 Food Chemicals Codex (FCC) monographs; More than 40 new and revised DSC admission evaluations and Includes over 150 added pages of color plates and illustrations.
It is estimated that as many as 34 million people grew up in alcoholic homes. But what about the rest of us? What about families that had no alcoholism, but did have perfectionism, workaholism, compulsive overeating, intimacy problems, depression, problems in expressing feelings, plus all the other personality traits that can produce a family system much like an alcoholic one? Countless millions of us struggle with these kinds of dysfunctions every day, and until very recently we struggled alone. Pulling together both theory and clinical practice, John and Linda Friel provide a readable explanation of what happened to us and how we can rectify it.
When Listening Comes Alive
Author: Paul Madaule
Publisher: Norval, Ont. : Moulin Publishing
Describes the Tomatis method to improve listening skills at different stages of human development and for disorders such as dyslexia.
Author: Reparata Mazzola, Sonny Gibson
Provides a shocking inside look at the operations of the Mafia and the inner workings of the American prison system and describes the personal reformation of a ruthless criminal
Erich Von Manstein
Author: Benoit Lemay
A selection of the Military Book Club To many close students of World War II, von Manstein is already considered to be the greatest commander of the war, if not the entire 20th century. He devised the plan that conquered France in 1940, thence led an infantry corps in that campaign; at the head of a panzer corps he reached the gates of Leningrad in 1941, then took command of 11th Army and conquered Sevastopol and the Crimea. After destroying another Soviet army in the north, he was given command of the ad hoc Army Group Don to retrieve the German calamity at Stalingrad, whereupon he launched a counteroffensive that, against all odds, restored the German front. Afterward he commanded Army Group South, nearly crushing the Soviets at Kursk, and then skillfully resisted their relentless attacks, as he traded territory for coherence in the East. Though an undoubtedly brilliant military leader—whose achievements, considering the forces at his disposal, cast those of Patton, Rommel, MacArthur, and Montgomery in the pale—surprisingly little is known about Manstein himself, save for his own memoir and the accolades of his contemporaries. In this book we finally have a full portrait of the man, including his campaigns, and an analysis of what precisely kept a genius such as Manstein harnessed to such a dark cause. A great military figure, but a man who lacked a razor-sharp political sense, Manstein was very much representative of the Germano-Prussian military caste of his time. Though Hitler was uneasy about the influence he had gained throughout the German Army, Manstein ultimately declined to join any clandestine plots against his Führer, believing they would simply cause chaos, the one thing he abhorred. Even though he constantly opposed Hitler on operational details, he considered it a point of loyalty to simply stand with the German state, in whatever form. It is thus through Manstein foremost that the attitudes of other high-ranking officers who fought during the Second World War, particularly on the Eastern Front, can be illuminated. Manstein sought only to serve Germany and was a military man, not a politician. Though not bereft of personal opinions, his primary allegiances were, first, to Deutschland, and second, to the soldiers under his command, who had been committed against an enemy many times their strength. With his grasp of strategy, tactics, and combined arms technology, he proved more than worthy of their confidence. This book is a must-read for all those who wish to understand Germany’s primary effort in World War II, as well as its greatest commander.
Touch a Chinaman for Luck
Author: Bing Chen Ren Ching
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This book is a reflection on what is was like to grow up in a traditional Chinese family in Malaya and Singapore in the l930's and 1940's and the cultural differences between that environment and life in Australia after moving there in 1954 for further education and employment, especially as Australia had then the White Australia policy, and was not the multicultural society it is today. It also comments on life and experiences working as an Australian Trade Commissioner in China in the 1980's and early 1990's when the People Republic of China began to open up to the West . His knowledge of the Chinese language and of the differences between Chinese and Australian cultures allowed him to have a more intimate insight into the so-called inscrutable Chinese thinking.
"A resource for teachers and parents interested in Montessori education and Dr. Maria Montessori's observations on child development. Discusses Montessori education and its viability in the 21st century. Explains the basic elements of child development through the lens of Montessori philosophy and neuroscientific findings"-- Provided by publisher.
Hearing Equals Behavior
Author: Guy Bérard, Sally Brockett
Publisher: Shire Press (Northshire Bookstore)
Hearing Equals Behavior: Updated and Expanded provides the reader current information on the impact of Berard AIT on sensory modulation and behavior, as well as the affect of Berard AIT on the auditory and visual system. The Berard method of AIT is regarded as the most effective approach available for enhanced listening skills, language, learning, and sound tolerance. Pre- and post-test data is included to demonstrate the types of improvements that may be observed after this 10-day retraining program. This book will enable readers to understand how listening and learning can "switch on" when the auditory system is rebalanced and functioning effectively.
A modern-day 'Cancer Sherlock Holmes', Jane discovered that a cancer-starving diet, powerful supplements and a handful of old, forgotten, low-toxicity drugs, when taken together, acted synergistically, magnifying each of their anti-cancer effects many times. Like magic, her terminal cancer just melted away. In this truly ground-breaking book, Jane takes us through her remarkable, heart-breaking journey, and the medical discoveries she made on the way. Using herself as a human guinea pig, she worked out the best drugs and supplements to starve her own cancer in an easy-to-follow 'Metro Map'. She has expanded this route map to show which fuel pipelines you need to block for every type of cancer, so you too can create your own cancer-starving cocktail. Tragically many simple old drugs have been overlooked in the race for the latest patentable 'game changers'. Is the answer already out there? Jane believes it is. Bit by bit she has pieced the puzzle together, demystified its complexity, and produced a simple protocol. This book will answer all the burning questions you face when you begin to explore complementary cancer care. Which 'off-label' drugs and supplements should you take? Should you try the ketogenic diet? Should you fast? Is fat safe? How much and when should you exercise? Jane explains why each patient needs a personalised approach and, importantly, how to work this out. This book, part Erin Brockovich, part Dallas Buyers Club, is a compelling story of resilience and determination in the face of impossible odds. If you or a loved one has cancer, you absolutely must read this book. Even if you have been told that nothing more can be done, Jane will show you this is almost certainly not true.
Le Viandier de Taillevent
Author: Guillaume Tirel
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Brilliant, witty, perceptive essays about fly-fishing, the natural world, and life in general by the acknowledged master of fishing writers. Death, Taxes, and Leaky Waders collects forty of John Gierach’s finest essays on fishing from six of his books. Like all his writing, these essays are seasoned by a keen sense of observation and a deep knowledge and love of fishing lore, leavened by a wonderfully wry sense of humor. Gierach often begins with an observation that soon leads to something below the surface, which he finds and successfully lands. As Gierach says, writing is a lot like fishing. This is the first anthology of John Gierach’s work, a collection that is sure to delight both die-hard fans and new readers alike. To enter Gierach’s world is to experience the daily wonder, challenge, and occasional absurdity of the fishing life—from such rituals as the preparation of camp coffee (for best results, serve in a tin cup) to the random, revelatory surprises, such as the flashing beauty of a grayling leaping out of the water. Whether he’s catching fish or musing on the ones that got away, Gierach is always entertaining and enlightening, writing with his own inimitable blend of grace and style, passion and wit.