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Avocado is one of the most versatile, healthy, yet enigmatic fruits in the world. A native fruit of the Americas, it has been eaten for thousands of years, and is now one of the most popular fruits of California. This cookbook represents the many versatile ways you can prepare avocado, ranging from the savory, to breakfast smoothies, and even the surprising addition of avocado-desserts. It takes a level of skill to master the avocado, and perhaps this cookbook will help you. More than other fruits, it takes timing to ensure your avocado tastes good, as they are a fruit that is easy to become over-ripened. Further, the consistency greatly changes the style of recipes, whether it's chunky or turned into guacamole. Health benefits of the avocado are varied, and include many omega fatty acids that can help ensure the health of your heart. Waking up to an avocado smoothie is also one of the best ways to be ready for the day with plenty of energy. Available on Kindle, paperback, or direct to your web browser. Come join me for your avocado-adventures!
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Jacqui Morrell is a registered dietitian with over 25 years' experience in heart health.
A business book for "doers." For people who "get things done" rather than talk about it. If you wanted proof that "good things come in small packages," this is it. In a little over a 100 pages, successful small business coach and mentor Roland Hanekroot shares the secret ingredients that combine to create thriving small businesses. Every page holds a gem and Roland's no-nonsense approach makes it easy to add the secret ingredients one by one, so that you, too, will soon start to Raise a Healthy Bouncy Business.
A sudoku puzzle is a logic puzzle which is solved using logic and reasoning. Though the number of squares in the grid may vary, a standard Sudoku puzzle is a 9x9 grid divided into nine 3x3 blocks in which some of the numbers are given. The object of the puzzle is to fill in the rest of the grid using only the numbers 1 through 9 so that no number repeats in any block, row or column. The difficulty is determined by how many and which numbers are given and where they are placed in the grid and can range from very easy to extremely challenging.
...an outstanding overview of public health, neatly traversing complex theoretical fields and developing a fascinating account of the moral significance of modern public health and its rituals...the book truly breaks new ground in allowing us to think through the complexities and paradoxes of public health as it acts at one time to free and protect the individual and at others to tend towards a moral absolutism of control. Kevin White, Australian National University, Canberra ...the text is impressive, in terms of the amount of material brought together and the accessibility afforded to potential readers. Mike Bury, Royal Holloway, University of London In contemporary manifestations of public health rituals and events, people are being increasingly united around what they hold in common-their material being and humanity. As a cult of humanity, public health provides a moral force in society that replaces 'traditional' religions in times of great diversity or heterogeneity of peoples, activities and desires. This is in contrast to public health's foundation in science, particularly the science of epidemiology. The rigid rules of 'scientific evidence' used to determine the cause of illness and disease can work against the most vulnerable in society by putting sectors of the population, such as underrepresented workers, at a disadvantage. This study focuses on this tension between traditional science and the changing vision articulated within public health (and across many disciplines) that calls for a collective response to uncontrolled capitalism and unremitting globalization, and to the way in which health inequalities and their association with social inequalities provides a political rhetoric that calls for a new redistributive social programme. Drawing on decades of research, the author argues that public health is both a cult and a science of contemporary society. Kevin Dew is Professor of Sociology in the School of Social and Cultural Studies at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. In 2007 he was awarded the inaugural scholarship award from the Sociological Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand for contributions to New Zealand sociology.
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