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Janella's Wholefood Kitchen

Janella's Wholefood Kitchen

  • Author: Janella Purcell
  • Publisher: Allen & Unwin
  • ISBN: 1743310986
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 219
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Easy, enticing and lick-your-fingers delicious recipes using nothing but whole foods - those as close to the way nature created them as possible - from Gourmand-awarded nutritionist, naturopath and cook, Janella Purcell.

Janelle's Wholefood Kitchen

Janelle's Wholefood Kitchen

Good Health Starts in Your Kitchen

  • Author: Janella Purcell
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781743369791
  • Category: Cooking (Natural foods)
  • Page: 224
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Here, Gourmand-awarded nutritionist, naturopath, and cook Janella Purcell shares 130 delicious and easy wholefood recipes, each clearly marked as vegetarian, vegan, raw, dairy free or gluten free.

Janella's Super Natural Foods

Janella's Super Natural Foods

Over 150 delicious recipes for sustained wellbeing

  • Author: Janella Purcell
  • Publisher: Allen & Unwin
  • ISBN: 1743319010
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 224
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Superfoods. Food as medicine. Supergrains. Fermented foods. Wholefoods. Keep it simple. In Janella's Super Natural Foods every recipe will help you to achieve better health and beauty. With over 150 delicious recipes for healthy breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts, snacks, drinks and sauces, Janella uses wholefoods to satisfy everyone. A dynamic mix of superfoods and a good old-fashioned plant-based diet, Janella's philosophy of using food as medicine is simple and easy to follow. Many of the recipes have been influenced by Janella's travels to Italy, Japan, India, the Middle East and South East Asia - healthy food has never been so tantalising nor so easy to create in your kitchen. Clearly marked throughout with symbols for gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free, raw, soy-free, nut-free or grain-free, each recipe also contains alternative ingredient suggestions to please all your friends and family. As a talented naturopath, nutritionist, wellness coach, herbalist and environmentalist, Janella Purcell is eager to share her wealth of knowledge and experience. Her passion for cooking and keeping things simple means that staying healthy has never been easier.

Janella Purcell's Elixir

Janella Purcell's Elixir

How to use food as medicine

  • Author: Janella Purcell
  • Publisher: Allen & Unwin
  • ISBN: 1743434987
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Page: 352
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To reap the most out of your life, invest time and thought into your health. And enjoy every moment of it. Janella Purcell knows that the food you eat affects your mind and spirit as well as your physical body. In this invaluable book she shares her expertise in food, health and nutrition, and shows you how to care for yourself naturally, using food as medicine at home. Entertaining, practical and comprehensive, this revised edition of Elixir covers a wide variety of subjects and information, ranging from suggestions for healthy ageing and why you should use organic produce to tips for those suffering from headache, fatigue, immunity problems, fertility issues and digestive complaints. Janella Purcell's Elixir introduces you to what Eastern philosophy has been practising for thousands of years - the interconnectedness of the body, mind and spirit and how this affects your state of mind, health and personality. Shortlisted for The World Food Media Awards in the category of Best Health Nutrition Book, Elixir is a book to use, keep and treasure.

Into the Mouths of Babes

Into the Mouths of Babes

A whole foods nutrition guide to feeding your infants and toddlers

  • Author: Susan Tate
  • Publisher: BalboaPress
  • ISBN: 1452573352
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Page: 254
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“Into the Mouths of Babes is a fabulous book—full of absolutely everything needed to provide babies with the nutritional foundation to set the stage for a lifetime of health and well-being.” ~ Christiane Northrup, MD Ob/Gyn physician and author of the New York Times bestsellers: Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause “Into the Mouths of Babes sets the highest standard for books on how to nourish our little ones. Susan elegantly weaves together all the practical details that parents need to know to feed a child in the best possible way: kitchen set-up, recipes, shopping, nutritional insights, food allergies, and much more. But this book will provide you with more than just great nutrition strategies. It teaches parents how to raise a child who’s healthy in body, mind, heart, and soul.” ~MARC DAVID Author of Nourishing Wisdom and The Slow Down Diet “Reading this book is like having a loving godmother in your kitchen, holding your hand while you learn to deeply enjoy feeding your family. Her non-judgmental and holistic approach to healthy cooking empowers parents to embrace this adventure, with a food mill in one hand and a spice jar filled with Love in the other.” ~KATE SHORT LINDSAY Holistic Health Coach and Mother “Love beams from every page as Susan Tate so eloquently combines the science of nutrition and the essence of a joy-filled life. This will be the book I gift to all the families I work with as a holistic birth doula.” ~DONETTE MORRIS Mother, Yoga Therapist, and Holistic Birth Doula “As a first time mother-to-be and nutritional novice, I feel well prepared to feed my baby having read Into the Mouths of Babes. Susan Tate’s philosophy of serving whole foods mixed with ‘sacred nutrients’ like Love and Respect empowers me to tap my inner wisdom for guidance on what to eat and how to eat.” ~GRETCHEN MUSGROVE Expectant Mother

Creating Social Value

Creating Social Value

A Guide for Leaders and Change Makers

  • Author: Cheryl Kiser,Deborah Leipziger,J. Janelle Shubert
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 1351276263
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 179
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There is a new business landscape, where companies are increasingly being judged on their ability to generate _social value_. But there is no off-the-shelf solution for the leaders and change makers in this new domain. Creating social value is a journey, and each company must chart its own path through uncertain and complex terrain. We invite you to discover how the entrepreneurial leaders profiled in this book have become trailblazers, using strategy and innovation to generate profits and social value simultaneously.Creating Social Value provides insights into the motivations and preoccupations of groundbreaking entrepreneurial leaders as they look to activate change not just within their companies, but also in their sectors, value chains and even through co-creating partnerships with their competitors. Such change requires fundamentally new styles of leadership and business design where companies seek to be generative rather than extractive.This book also bears witness to the emergence of new language to describe these innovative concepts. Working with and sharing ideas with social entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs inside, the authors became aware of the building blocks of a new lexicon with the power to inspire and positively influence the culture of an organization. Many of the leaders included in this book have driven change by harnessing the power of language to reroute their company’s direction.For example, The Campbell Soup Company has created _destination goals_ to describe the long-term vision of the company to nourish its customers, employees and neighbours. Roshan has worked on _nation building_, creating physical infrastructure in Afghanistan, a country decimated by war. UPS has worked to understand its impact on the planet, building a _materiality matrix_ of the issues that matter to its stakeholders, while working to create a culture that fosters social innovation and seeks to understand _constructive dissatisfaction_. Ford is redefining its mission, imagining a different future in which it provides _mobility solutions_, rather than only manufacturing cars. Ford is working with Toyota to co-create technologies to combat climate change.This book sets out a manifesto for Social Value Creation, which is defined as a strategy that combines a unique set of corporate assets (including innovation capacities, marketing skills, managerial acumen, employee engagement, scale) in collaboration with the assets of other sectors and firms to co-create breakthrough solutions to complex economic, social and environmental issues that impact the sustainability of both business and society. Social innovation differs from corporate responsibility in two significant ways: it is strategic and it leverages a wide range of corporate assets and core competencies.Creating Social Value has been designed as a manual for change. It will be essential reading for business students, entrepreneurs and all of those wishing to effect positive, generative change in larger organizations.