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Climbing the Mountain: The Companion for Your Cancer Journey is a user’s guide to the cancer experience. In it, the authors present a narrative of a cancer patient who used preparation (research), practice (exercise and activity), and a variety of social supports to live well within the parameters that cancer imposes. Climbing the Mountain considers how the scope and texture of preparation, practice, and social support changes along cancer’s trail. Accordingly, they consider how to cope with the stresses and strains of diagnosis, first treatment, short-term remission, second treatment, long-term remission, and palliative care.
Complete Calisthenics is the most detailed and comprehensive bodyweight exercise manual available on the market today. It is for anyone; male or female, beginner or advanced who is interested in building complete strength and taking their workouts and themselves to the next level.
In Diastasis Recti: The Whole Body Solution to Abdominal Weakness and Separation, biomechanist Katy Bowman explains the larger picture when it comes to Diastasis Recti including body alignment; frequency of movement; the effects of all-day forces, like intra-abdominal pressure; and why a few exercises simply aren’t enough for long-term success. You need to learn a new way to move for an improved set of core muscles.
Because the abdominals are connected directly and indirectly to every other part of the body, Diastasis Recti lays out a whole-body corrective program to address the factors that overloaded the core in the first place.
Digestive Health with Real Food: A Practical Guide to an Anti-Inflammatory, Low-Irritant, Nutrient Dense Diet for Ibs & Other Digestive Issues is a beautifully illustrated full color practical guide to an anti-inflammatory, low irritant, nutrient dense, diet for people wrestling with digestive health issues.
Unlike narrow diets that tell you what to eat and what not to eat, the protocol presented in Digestive Health with REAL Food, 2nd Edition, Updated and Expanded explains why certain foods are problematic for some people, and how to determine if they are problematic for you. Personalization is critical in tackling digestive issues from as many angles as possible, and this book will help you discover, and build, the optimal diet for you.
Do You Have Prostate Cancer? A Compact Guide to Diagnosis and Health provides leading-edge information about the latest tests, procedures, and technologies that knowledgeable doctors are using to tell the difference between common prostate problems like an enlarged prostate or a prostate infection and more serious conditions like prostate cancer. This 128-page book is a medical picture book for adults with just the right mix of pictures and paragraphs.
Don’t Just Sit There explains why swapping one static position for another isn’t taking a big enough look at the problem, and provides corrective exercise and lifestyle solutions to help you safely and effectively transition away from the conventional office set-up allowing you to reap the enormous benefits of moving more throughout the day while getting your work done.
A compelling story from an emergency/trauma/critical care nurse’s perspective of her own struggle to regain health after 40 years of being misdiagnosed as many different things including a red head instead of being diagnosed correctly with celiac disease after a scary 4 year plummet into multisystem organ failure.