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Lower Your High Blood Pressure Naturally

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This book Lower Your High Blood Pressure Naturally, Without a Prescription is of interest to anyone with a tendency to high blood pressure and would like to keep their Hypertension under control without resorting to medications. The information on herbs, supplements, diet, physical activity, and more in this easy-to-follow book can help you lower your blood pressure so that you can decrease your risk of heart attack and stroke. The non-pharmaceutical treatment of this important risk factor for heart disease is contained in this well-written, laconic book making it a must-read for every person suffering from or treating high blood pressure. High blood pressure is deadly. In America, 1 in 3 people have high blood pressure. Around the world, hypertension remains a leading cause of numerous chronic illnesses. Despite many realizing that controlling hypertension is an important part of healthy living, not many people actually understand hypertension. However, there is great news. When it comes to getting high blood pressure under control and lowering blood pressure naturally, the alternative methods explained in this book are many! If you or somebody you know struggles with controlling high blood pressure, it's time to get informed NOW. Lack of effective hypertension treatment leads to poor general health, reduced heart health, increased risk of heart attack, higher likelihood of stroke, kidney failure, sexual dysfunction, sleep disorders--and premature death. Basically, controlling hypertension can be a matter of life and death. And before attacking that silent killer through drugs, we should all consider the many natural blood pressure solutions. There are numerous natural, effective, drug-free treatments for this silent killer covered in this book. So, why wait? Stop high blood pressure naturally. Read "Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally Without a Prescription." Get the book now!


Nostalgia, Naturally

RRP $49.95

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The impetus behind my book is simple. As the title implies, the word 'nostalgia' is a longing for the past, a longing for a simpler way of life. Since we, as humans, long for things that have been either lost or in disrepair, nostalgia remains a hollow term with diminished returns. But, I suggest that these desires for simplicity have a didactic purpose that transcends the very fabric of our society: nostalgia helps remind us of what we still have in the now and encourages us to cherish those entities that are easily taken for granted. How does one begin to derive this simplicity from a society steeped in the complexities of technological advancement? In order to answer this question, I suggest that we go back to our primitive upbringings in nature's womb. Here, the naturally sculpted 'womb' serves as the vehicle for caring and compassion, a place where life draws upon the nourishment Mother Nature affords. If we are to confront the world's problems and become part of the solution, we must do so in a spirit of the moment, out of a love for listening and the goodness of hope and humanity. Book includes 50 poems, 28 B and W pictures and 7 chapters covering: .spiders, butterflies, bees and ants .birds, moose and squirrels .trees, streams, rain and the sun .catching a cold, sleeping, winter and the week .death and artists and criteques about progress and this planet .


The Culturally Inclusive Educator

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The Culturally Inclusive Educator asks educators to consider what they can do differently to create a welcoming, inclusive, and exciting environment for the 21st century. Based on the author's national research and consulting work, this book examines the discrepancy between the current educational cultural climate and the need for educators and their institutions to prepare for a growing multicultural population. It asks what constitutes effective preparation, and provides guidance on overcoming personal and institutional challenges to cultural inclusiveness (stereotype threats, microaggressions, colorblindness/identity-blindness, implicit bias, among others). Samuels begins with the challenges facing the higher education community and then offers 8 transformative steps to help build cultural inclusiveness that any educator teaching any subject can utilize to increase their effectiveness. Culturally inclusive leadership is highlighted as the model for educators and institutions to embrace to become successful in today's world.


Build A Window Stained Glass Coloring Book--fairy World

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These 16 stained glass illustrations portray scenes from an enchanted forest, where frolicking sprites dance and play musical instruments, relax on toadstools, ride a chariot drawn by butterflies, and engage in other whimsical activities. Each image can be assembled into one of four 15 x 21 posters. Place the finished posters over windows to create vivid stained glass effects.


The Strength Of Being Morally Clean

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From the introductory.

I WISH in this address to make a plea for sound and sober life. I base this plea on two facts: to be clean is to be strong ; no one can secure happiness without earning it.

Among the inalienable rights of man - as our fathers have taught us - are these three: "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." So long as man is alive and free, he will, in one way or another, seek that which gives him pleasure, hence life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are in essence the same. But the pursuit of happiness is an art in itself. To seek it is not necessarily to find it, and failure may destroy both liberty and life. Of some phases of this pursuit I wish to speak to-day. My message is an old one. If by good chance some part of it is true, this truth is as old as life itself. And if it be true, it is a message that needs to be repeated many times to each generation of men.

It is one of the laws of life that each acquisition has its cost. No organism can exercise power without yielding up part of its substance. The physiological law of transfer of energy is the basis of human success and happiness. There is no action without expenditure of energy, and if energy be not expended, the power to generate it is lost.

This law shows itself in a thousand ways in the life of man. The arm which is not used becomes palsied. The wealth which comes by chance weakens and destroys. The good which is unused turns to evil. The charity which asks no effort "cannot relieve the misery she creates." The religion which another man would give us we cannot take as a gift. There is no Christliness without endeavour. The truth which another man has won from nature or from life is not our truth until we have lived it. Only that becomes real or helpful to any man which has cost the sweat of his brow, the effort of his brain, or the anguish of his soul. He who would be wise must daily earn his wisdom. The parable of the talents is the expression of this law, for he who adds not effort to power soon loses the power he had. The responsibility for effort rests with the individual. This need is the meaning of individuality, and by it each must work out his own salvation, with fear and trembling it may be sometimes, and all times with perseverance and patience.



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