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How to Eat a Failure Sandwich

Author : Phil Burks
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"How do you eat an elephant?" the old joke goes. Answer? "One bite at a time." How do you get through failure and pain? It's the same way you eat an elephant or a New York deli sandwich-one bite, one day at a time. These raw stories of what went wrong on Phil's way to success serve as a reminder not to rush your way through the sloppy parts of life. They'll challenge you to slow down and learn all you can from the whole messy process. When life serves up a Failure Sandwich, do you refuse to take a bite? Insist this is not what you ordered? It's never what you want, but failure and disappointment happen to everyone. This book shows how to tuck your napkin under your chin, take a big bite, and start making your way through it all the way to the end.

Eating Well with Kidney Failure

Author : Helena Jackson
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If you have kidney failure, you need to adapt and change what you eat. But, as this practical and exciting book shows, you don’t need to go on a crash diet, or to deny yourself the foods you love – you just need to adapt your favourite recipes with kidney-friendly foods. You can eat well, enjoy your food, and give your body the nutrition it needs. This brilliant book provides a clear guide to eating well with kidney failure, as well as a collection of more than fifty delicious recipes to show you how it all works in practice. The recipes have been analysed for their nutritional content and are coded to help you choose most appropriate dishes for your individual requirements. The authors, all dietitians specialising in kidney failure, have more than 20 years experience and are passionate about helping you to enjoy your mealtimes, giving you: - Plenty of hints and tips to help you eat in a healthy and enjoyable way. - Advice on choosing meals, showing you step-by-step what to look for in takeaways and pre-packaged foods - Over 50 delicious and attractive recipes, from quick snacks to special occasion meals - Practical advice to help you to adapt your favourite dishes in a kidney-friendly way

Culinary Fictions

Author : Anita Mannur
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An exploration of how and why food matters in the culture and literature of the South Asian diaspora.

Let s Do Lunch

Author : Roger Troy Wilson
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With this Revised and Updated Edition of Let’s Do Lunch, you eat until full in all the food groups, including all you want of unprocessed starchy carbs, the sweetest fresh fruits and fruit smoothies, lean red meat, corn thins, cheese, healthy fats, veggies, whole-grain cereals and crispbreads, dark brown and wild rice, snacks, dressings, condiments, and sauces. But because these foods stabilize your blood sugar, your body forces you to become less and less hungry with each passing day. Thus, you begin to eat less and less, consume fewer and fewer calories, and lose all the weight you want. In Let’s Do Lunch, Roger Troy reveals: Eat until full whenever you are hungry, no matter how often that is and no matter how many calories you consume (even if you start by eating 10,000 calories a day)–thus eliminating your hunger cravings. Your body can’t tell the difference between starchy carbs, so when you eat the Let’s Do Lunch starchy carbs, it eliminates your cravings for the fattening starchy carbs. Your body can’t tell the difference between sugars, so when you eat the sweetest fresh fruits and fruit smoothies, it eliminates your cravings for all the foods made with fattening sugar in them. If you want to read about and talk with other Let’s Do Lunch dieters, go to www.letsdolunch.com and click on “message boards.” Once you do, you’ll want to get started on this program right away.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Young School Failures

Author : Helen Thompson Woolley
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Eat More Better

Author : Dan Pashman
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The creator of the Sporkful, shares tips and techniques for getting the best flavor from every food and provides the answers to some of life's most important gastronomical questions, including "Is an open-faced sandwich actually a sandwich?"

The Healthcare Innovator s Workbook

Author : Adam Ward
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This book gives the reader an inside look at creating a new healthcare service using practical examples and scenarios one would face if doing it themselves. This workbook is a follow-up to the recently published, Lean Design in Healthcare and offers a tactical version of the principles provided in the book. It parses the dialogue out into detailed reasons for the Lean Design in Healthcare’s position and principles. This workbook contains examples and many exercises for the reader to complete to begin their own innovation journey. Lean Design in Healthcare chronicles the journey of a fictitious healthcare delivery organization using the Simpler Design System principles based on Lean methodologies. While the characters and actual story is fictitious, it is based on the journey many healthcare systems and clients have taken, the issues they have faced, and the successes and failures they’ve had. This workbook takes the initial story further and includes leadership quotes and best practices to support the dialogue introduced in the first book. Exercises will be custom designed to match the story flow and provides practical information that readers can immediately apply in their work. Each chapter will start with an introduction and contain 10 exercises per chapter. Tools include those gleaned from actual application of Lean Product Development, Agile, Design for Six Sigma, and Design Thinking Principles.

Asian American Studies After Critical Mass

Author : Kent A. Ono
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Asian American Studies After Critical Massis a dynamiccollection that showcases the most exciting scholarship in thefield from a critical and cultural studies perspective. Comprisedof ten original essays written by a group of scholars at thevanguard of the discipline, this collection takes on a range oftopics and concerns, including Asian American film and popularculture; Asian Americans at the dawn of the twenty-first century;globalization and transnational citizenship; and queer AsianAmerica. Addressing some of the most exciting issues and ideas inAsian American studies, this book strikes a bold new path for thefield. This book can be used in conjunction with the BlackwellCompanion to Asian American Studies.

Starved

Author : Anne McTiernan
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"Failure to thrive" is not a phrase in this doctor's vocabulary. At the age of four, Anne McTiernan is left by her mother at a boarding school. Overcome by sadness from the neglect she experiences there, Anne emotionally and physically starves. A doctor, appalled by her excessive weight loss, forces Anne’s mother to bring her home, but she is still not safe. Set in working-class, Irish-American Boston of the 1950s–1960s, Anne transitions from a malnourished state to obesity to obsessive dieting. Without love and support from her family, Anne decides she must take full responsibility for her own life during her last eighteen months as a minor. Today as a doctor and researcher, Anne has helped thousands of women improve their relationship with food—but this is not their story. Starved is the gripping tale of how Anne used hard work, undaunted intelligence, and persistence to turn the adversity she encountered as a child into a strength and set of skills that would later help her meet the demands of her career. ANNE McTIERNAN, MD, PhD, conducts research on the effects of diet, exercise, and weight loss on cancer and health. Currently, she is a professor at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the University of Washington Schools of Public Health and Medicine in Seattle, Washington.

Concept of Time

Author : R. Teichmann
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The Concept of Time deals with tense and tenselessness; periods and instants; the measurement of time; time, change and causation. The author attempts to show how considerations in the philosophy of logic and language are needed to settle many of the issues here. For example, the debate about tenselessness turns out to hinge largely on whether a genuinely tense-free language is conceivable; and the possibility of time without change is grounded in what makes duration-statements have the sense they do.