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The Parisian Diet

Author : Jean-Michel Cohen
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France's leading nutritionist Dr. Jean-Michel Cohen pinpoints why you struglle with other weight-loss diets and shows how to achieve your ideal weight while embracing life's pleasures. The Parisian Diet is a progressive weight-loss plan that keeps you motivated through the Café, Bistro, and Gourmet phases until you reach your ideal weight. Strongly opposed to “extreme” diets and the inevitable weight gain that ensues, Dr. Cohen proposes a sensible and holistic approach that addresses the physical, psychological, and cultural factors that impact our ability to control our relationship with food. His method encourages a global change in attitude towards what we eat. Based on habits and food choices typical of the Parisian lifestyle, the simple, delicious, and satisfying menus emphasize the use of fresh ingredients and a balanced intake throughout the day. The Parisian Diet is not a fl ashin- the pan fad, it’s a new approach to food and a way to celebrate life, helping you look and feel your best.

Light French Recipes

Author : Jean-Michel Cohen
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With the help of Dr. Cohen's quick-and-easy recipes, you'll savor French meals and still fit into your jeans tomorrow. Traditional French cuisine is famous for ultra-rich, high-calorie dishes, which are off-limits to the figure-conscious dieter. In this book, Dr. Jean-Michel Cohen, an international best-selling author and nutritionist, takes one hundred classic French dishes and serves them up in health-conscious recipes that taste as good as the originals but at a fraction of the calorie count. With Dr. Cohen's simple step-by-step recipes, even beginner cooks can create delicious French meals. From the famous onion soup to cheese souffle, a Nicoise salad to boeuf bourguignon, and from crepes Suzette to a layered mille-feuille dessert, these recipes-for starters, main courses, and desserts-will impress your dinner companions and get your body beach-ready at the same time. General advice on how to lighten your own favorite recipes makes this cookbook a valuable reference for life-long healthy and enjoyable meals. The whole family (not just dieters) will relish these appealing dishes.

The Paris Diet

Author : Paul Sachet
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A four-stage program designed to adjust a dieter's metabolic rate to promote weight loss is accompanied by menus and recipes for low-calorie low-fat dishes

The Paris Bath and Beauty Book

Author : Chrissy Callahan
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Discover the secrets of French beauty and embrace the art of self-care with 40 natural recipes for homemade bath and beauty products, plus dozens of style, makeup, and fashion tips inspired by the City of Light! Featuring a Foreword by Julie Levoyer, the Beauty Director at Stylist Magazine, France Style mavens, Francophiles, and lovers of natural beauty remedies behold—the ultimate collection of beauty secrets and more than 40 homemade recipes for your new and improved beauty self-care regimen! French women have long been the pinnacles of ageless beauty and effortless style, and now the secret to looking fresher, healthier, and more flawless than ever are presented in this elegant collection. Here are just a few of the tips and remedies that author Chrissie Callahan has collected for you in this full-color guide: *45 natural beauty recipes, from brightening face masks to homemade lip balm *Style experts' French-inspired fashion tips for an en vogue look *Product recommendations and DIY deep conditioning recipes for flawless hair *Step-by-step makeup guides and instructions, from eyes to lips *Must-have accessories for timeless Parisian style *Inspired ideas for living a balanced life (the European way!) *And so much more! Stylish and sleek, The Paris Bath & Beauty Book encompasses the techniques that Parisian beauty experts have long held dear and presents a plethora of recipes and remedies for healthy hair, clear skin and shiny nails, alongside stunning illustrations and photographs.

The Neoliberal Diet

Author : Gerardo Otero
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Why are people getting fatter in the United States and beyond? Mainstream explanations argue that people simply eat too much “energy-dense” food while exercising too little. By swapping the chips and sodas for fruits and vegetables and exercising more, the problem would be solved. By contrast, The Neoliberal Diet argues that increased obesity does not result merely from individual food and lifestyle choices. Since the 1980s, the neoliberal turn in policy and practice has promoted trade liberalization and retrenchment of the welfare regime, along with continued agricultural subsidies in rich countries. Neoliberal regulation has enabled agribusiness multinationals to thrive by selling highly processed foods loaded with refined flour and sugars—a diet that originated in the United States—as well as meat. Drawing on extensive empirical data, Gerardo Otero identifies the socioeconomic and political forces that created this diet, which has been exported around the globe, often at the expense of people’s health. Otero shows how state-level actions, particularly subsidies for big farms and agribusiness, have ensured the dominance of processed foods and made healthful fresh foods inaccessible to many. Comparing agrifood performance across several nations, including the NAFTA region, and correlating food access to class inequality, he convincingly demonstrates the structural character of food production and the effect of inequality on individual food choices. Resolving the global obesity crisis, Otero concludes, lies not in blaming individuals but in creating state-level programs to reduce inequality and make healthier food accessible to all.

Paris in Modern Times

Author : Casey Harison
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Drawing upon a vast body of historical scholarship, Casey Harison's Paris in Modern Times provides the first detailed academic history of Paris in the modern age. Chronologically surveying Paris's history from the Old Regime of the late-18th century through to the present day, this book explores the social, economic, political and cultural developments that come together to tell the story of this iconic city. Each chapter has an introduction and illuminating 'sidebars' that touch upon the ways in which Parisian history has intersected with wider changes in France and beyond. The text, which also includes a wealth of images, maps, and a further reading section, takes the opportunity to place Paris and its history in a broader French, Atlantic and global historical context in order to cover an essential aspect of what has been such an important city the world over. Paris in Modern Times is vital reading for anyone seeking to know more about the history of Paris or the history of France since the French Revolution.

Blowback

Author : Brad Thor
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A weapon designed to decimate the Roman Empire has just become the No.1 threat to the United States. Caught live on Al Jazeera in an off-the-books operation, Scot Harvath's career has been terminated. But when the tide in the War on Terror suddenly turns against the US, the president has no choice but to secretly enlist the help of the man the administration has just fired. Ducking a congressional subpoena, Harvath travels to the Mediterranean, where he learns of a shadowy organization that has been combing the earth for decades in search of the ultimate weapon to use against the USA and her allies. Now, after three summers of record-breaking heat across Europe, one steadily melting Alpine glacier has given up an ancient secret - one with the potential to thrust civilization back into the Dark Ages. From Cyprus, London and Paris, to Italy, Switzerland and Saudi Arabia, Harvath must race against the clock to stop one of the greatest evils ever to face the western world. Look out for the adrenaline-fuelled new Brad Thor novel, Code of Conduct, published in July 2015!

The Health Exhibition Literature Health in diet

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Good Health

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The Savant and the State

Author : Robert Fox
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There has been a tendency to view science in nineteenth-century France as the exclusive territory of the nation’s leading academic centers and the powerful Paris-based administrators who controlled them. Ministries and the great savants and institutions of the capital seem to have defined the field, while historians have ignored or glossed over traditions on the periphery of science. In The Savant and the State, Robert Fox charts new historiographical territory by synthesizing the practices and thought of state-sanctioned scientists and those of independent communities of savants and commentators with very different political, religious, and cultural priorities. Fox provides a comprehensive history of the public face of French science from the Bourbon Restoration to the outbreak of the Great War. Following the Enlightenment, many different interests competed to define the role of science and technology in French society. Political and religious conservatives tended to blame the scientific community for upsetting traditional values and, implicitly, delivering France into the hands of revolutionary extremists and Napoleonic bureaucrats. Scientists, for their part, embraced the belief that observation and experimentation offered the surest way to the knowledge and wisdom on which the welfare of society depended. This debate, Fox argues, became a contest for the hearts and minds of the French citizenry.

Health in diet

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Virginia Medical Journal

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The New York Journal of Medicine

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The Peninsular and Independent Medical Journal Devoted to Medicine Surgery and Pharmacy V 1 2 April 1858 March 1860

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Peninsular and Independent Medical Journal Devoted to Medicine Surgery and Pharmacy

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The Potato

Author : Larry Zuckerman
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The Potato tells the story of how a humble vegetable, once regarded as trash food, had as revolutionary an impact on Western history as the railroad or the automobile. Using Ireland, England, France, and the United States as examples, Larry Zuckerman shows how daily life from the 1770s until World War I would have been unrecognizable-perhaps impossible-without the potato, which functioned as fast food, famine insurance, fuel and labor saver, budget stretcher, and bank loan, as well as delicacy. Drawing on personal diaries, contemporaneous newspaper accounts, and other primary sources, this is popular social history at its liveliest and most illuminating.

A Manual of Diet in Health and Disease

Author : Thomas King Chambers
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The Medical Times and Gazette

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The Health Exhibition Literature Health in diet pt 3

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Domestic medicine surgery and materia medica with directions for the diet and management of the sick room etc

Author : Francis Gurney SMITH
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