eBook: Miscellaneous Book Subjects

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  • Sale! The Cancer Survivor's Guide
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    The Cancer Survivors Guide: Foods That Help You Fight Back

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    • PDF eBook: 256 pages
    • Author: Dr. Neal Barnard
    • Published: August 25, 2017

    The links between diet and cancer are nothing short of dramatic. Researchers have been investigating how food choices can help prevent cancer and, when cancer has been diagnosed, how nutrition can improve survival. This updated edition contains the latest food values, as well as breaking scientific research.
    Neal Barnard, MD, explains how foods influence hormones that can fuel cancer growth and how changing to a low-fat, plant-based diet can be beneficial to anyone diagnosed with cancer. Susan Levin presents the latest scientific research, including the effects of diets high in animal protein on rates of colon cancer and the relationship of soy foods to breast cancer. It also includes new information on the effects of diets high in animal protein on rates of colon cancer and the relationship of soy foods to breast cancer.
    Dietitian Jennifer Reilly provides over 130 delicious, low-fat, plant-based recipes will be beneficial and satisfying to anyone diagnosed with cancer and their families.

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    The North Shaolin Monastery – History, Culture and Reincarnation

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    • PDF eBook: 186 pages
    • Author: Shi Long
    • Published by Gregory Brundage, 2013

    This book contains material never-before-revealed and is a fascinating read.

    The story is long and relatively complex. There are many sources of the history of the North Shàolín that sometimes contradict, merge, and later contradict again. So much of the history was lost when the parent Shàolín Temple on Song Mountain was burned in 1928 during the Era of the Warlords, and then again when the North Shàolín Monastery (and everything else on Panshan) was burned by the Japanese in 1942. So much was lost, yet what is astonishing is that so much survived.

    In this book, I try to look at each aspect of the creation, growth, abandonment, destruction, and rebirth of the North Shàolín Temple from different perspectives to give the reader a broad
    viewpoint of the converging histories involved. In this book, I also examine some of the constituent arts and sciences that were and are woven through the ethos of the Shàolín, like Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tea Ceremony, and even evolutionary trends resulting in the need for martial arts in history and today.

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