Give Me All Your Love ~ Jamie Willetts (Original) + Thank You!
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Author Paul Willetts Interview The Look Of Love UK Premiere
Author Paul Willetts Interview The Look Of Love UK Premiere.
In need of good books/novels for 20 year old female? I have read and loved the Harry Potter Series, Twilight Series, Vampire Academy Series, Water for Elephants, The Lovely Bones etc.. I’m open to pretty much anything like these books but I’m trying to start opening up to more types of genres. In particular a little more adult/college age novels are preferred I look forward to hearing any possible suggestions!
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Paths of Glory- Jeffrey ArcherThe Last Promise- Richard Paul EvansDanger Zone- Shirley PalmerNot A Sparrow Falls- Linda NicholsStreet Boys- Lorenzo CarcaterraRainsong- Phyllis A. WhitneyDaughter of the Stars- Phyllis A. WhitneyThe Complaint of the Dove- Hannah MarchThe Thirteenth Tale- Diane SetterfieldThe Stormy Petrel-Mary Stewart Wuthering Heights-Emily BronteThe wedding Dress-Virginia Ellis The Prisoners of September- Leon GarfieldNative Son-Richard Wright Pride & Prejudice-Jane Austen Jane Eyre-Charlotte Bronte Frankenstein-Mary Shelley Cry, The Beloved Country- Alan PatonA Week in Winter-Marcia WillettThe Fifth Ring-Mitchell GrahamThe Emerald Cavern-Mitchell GrahamThe Ancient Legacy-Mitchell GrahamSahara-Clive CusslerHope these help. – Cass
Try the vampire chronicles by Ann Rice. Start with interview with a vampire, by the time you finish “the vampire Lestat” you’ll be hooked.
Sookie Stackhouse novels – Harris*Bastard out of Carolina – Allison*On Beauty – SmithThe Hours – CunninghamYear of Wonder – Brooks*V for Vendetta – MooreNineteen Eighty-Four – Orwell*Fahrenheit 451 – BradburyBridget Jones Diary – Fielding* = Books that were assigned in some of my college lit classes
The main chracters are teens, but the themes are college level.Blades and Dangerous Days, both by J. William Turner. Realistic fiction in the first-person about Australian teens in several tense, dramatic, life and death situations set in many parts of Australia, plus California and England, and dealing with teenage, adult and social themes. The plot of each novel unfolds as a series of four-books-in-one in hardcover. These two series of sub-books are also available singly on Kindle under their individual names, Street Kid, High Country, California Dreaming, Aftermath, Storm Ridge, Paddle Hard, Outback Heroes, and Enemies Within. Also try Fat To Fast by same author on Kindle and other e-reader devices via Smashwords.More info in Yahoo web and other book/author searches.
Does soymilk stunt growth in children? I’m vegan so I try to encourage my sister to feed her four year old son vegan-friendly foods. He loves chocolate soymilk (which I always buy for him when he comes to my house), but now his dad has forbidden him from drinking it because he thinks it decreases testosterone levels, increases estrogen levels and will stunt my newphew’s growth. Is this true?
No. Soybeans contain the isoflavones genistein and daidzein, types of phytoestrogen, that are considered by some dietitians and physicians to be useful in the prevention of cancer. The Chinese and Japanese drink soy juice as a stable food. Do you think they have a population problem? Only if you eat an excess-and I mean a lot- of nonfermented soy juice/milk will there be probably some hormonal effect. But, studies have shown that if it does happen, it is minor. Isoflavones supplementation has no effect on sperm concentration, count or motility, and show no changes in testicular or ejaculate volume. Soy juice used after a fermentation process, lowers the high phytoestrogens content found in the raw plant. And there’s no reputable study saying soybeans can stunt growth.All the propaganda and just pure lies that the husband read in some article was probably funded by dairy industry.According to Dr. Willett, who has done many studies and reviewed the research on this topic, there are many reasons to pass up milk, including:1. Milk doesn’t reduce fractures.(i) Contrary to popular belief, eating dairy products has never been shown to reduce fracture risk. In fact, according to the Nurses’ Health Study dairy may increase risk of fractures by 50 percent!2. Less dairy, better bones. Countries with lowest rates of dairy and calcium consumption (like those in Africa and Asia) have the lowest rates of osteoporosis.3. Calcium isn’t as bone-protective as we thought.(ii) Studies of calcium supplementation have shown no benefit in reducing fracture risk. Vitamin D appears to be much more important than calcium in preventing fractures.4. Calcium may raise cancer risk. Research shows that higher intakes of both calcium and dairy products may increase a man’s risk of prostate cancer by 30 to 50 percent.(iii) Plus, dairy consumption increases the body’s level of insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) — a known cancer promoter.5. Calcium has benefits that dairy doesn’t. Calcium supplements, but not dairy products, may reduce the risk of colon cancer.(iv)6. Not everyone can stomach dairy.(v) About 75 percent of the world’s population is genetically unable to properly digest milk and other dairy products — a problem called lactose intolerance.Based on such findings, Dr. Willet has come to some important conclusions:• Everybody needs calcium — but probably not as much as our government’s recommended daily allowance (RDA) and calcium from diet, including greens and beans is better utilized by the body with less risk than calcium supplements.• Calcium probably doesn’t prevent broken bones. Few people in this country are likely to reduce their fracture risk by getting more calcium.• Men may not want to take calcium supplements. Supplements of calcium and vitamin D may be reasonable for women.• Dairy may be unhealthy. Advocating dairy consumption may have negative effects on health.If all that isn’t enough to swear you off milk, there are a few other scientific findings worth noting. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently asked the UDSA to look into the scientific basis of the claims made in the “milk mustache” ads. Their panel of scientists stated the truth clearly:• Milk doesn’t benefit sports performance.• There’s no evidence that dairy is good for your bones or prevents osteoporosis — in fact, the animal protein it contains may help cause bone loss!• Dairy is linked to prostate cancer.• It’s full of saturated fat and is linked to heart disease.• Dairy causes digestive problems for the 75 percent of people with lactose intolerance.• Dairy aggravates irritable bowel syndrome.Simply put, the FTC asked the dairy industry, “Got Proof?” — and the answer was NO!Plus, dairy may contribute to even more health problems, like:• Allergies (vi)• Sinus problems• Ear infections• Type 1 diabetes (vii)• Chronic constipation (viii)• Anemia (in children)• Get your calcium from food. These include dark green leafy vegetables, sesame tahini, sea vegetables, and sardines or salmon with the bones.Remember, dairy is not crucial for good health. I encourage you to go dairy-free and see what it does for you. huffingtonpost.com/dr-mark-hyman/dairy-free-dairy-6-reason_b_558876.html?view=print