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Anemia Pregnancy Guide: Delicious High Iron Prenatal Nutrient Rich Pregnancy Recipes: Get Your Proteins-Fiber-Calcium-Iron-Folic Acid-Zinc-Vitamins (A: B1: B2: B3: B6: B12: C: D: E) By Jessica Carter
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Too much overdose prenatal vitamins can be toxic in a synthetic form, so it is best obtained from a healthy diet rather than supplements. Get all your daily prenatal vitamins needs through... More > diet: NUTRIENT RDA Protein 71 mg Calcium 1,000 mg DHA 200 mg Folic acid 600 mcg Iodine 220 mcg Iron 27 mg B12 6 mcg Thiamin/B1 1.4 mg Riboflavin/B2 1.4 mg Niacin/B3 18 mg Pyridoxine/B6 1.9 mg Beta Carotene 770 mcg) Folic Acid/Folate 600 mcg Vitamin C 80 mg Vitamin D 200 IU Vitamin E 15 mg Zinc 11 mg All the recipes contain detail nutritional information about the same.This book will help you understand importance of healthy diet to make informed decisions about what you’re feeding yourself and your unborn bundle of joy!< Less
Sobriety's Secret Step By Lee Bracker
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Two doctors of Orthomolecular Medicine believed they were having some success in treating alcoholics who could not remain sober by giving them a vitamin treatment. Their studies with schizophrenics... More > as well as those that were alcoholics not responding to traditional therapeutic methods intrigued Bill Wilson. Bill Wilson believed they had discovered the “exact nature” of the allergy Dr. Silkworh had talked about. He maintained that Silkworth, when he referred to an “allergy of the body,” knew the condition was not strictly an allergy. Dr. Silkworh simply used the word in search of a new one. Bill successfully treated himself as well as 20 out of 30 recovered alcoholics with vitamin B-3, or niacin, of which he and they suffered chronic anxiety and depression. His Communications to A.A.'s Physicians in 1967 and 1968 were unanimously declined and denied access within A.A. circles by the very same people Bill appointed to make decisions; Frank Amos, Willard Richardson and LeRoy Chipman.< Less
Sobriety's Secret Step By Lee Bracker
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Two doctors of Orthomolecular Medicine believed they were having some success in treating alcoholics who could not remain sober by giving them a vitamin treatment. Their studies with schizophrenics... More > as well as those that were alcoholics not responding to traditional therapeutic methods intrigued Bill Wilson. Bill Wilson believed they had discovered the “exact nature” of the allergy Dr. Silkworh had talked about. He maintained that Silkworth, when he referred to an “allergy of the body,” knew the condition was not strictly an allergy. Dr. Silkworh simply used the word in search of a new one. Bill successfully treated himself as well as 20 out of 30 recovered alcoholics with vitamin B-3, or niacin, of which he and they suffered chronic anxiety and depression. His Communications to A.A.'s Physicians in 1967 and 1968 were unanimously declined and denied access within A.A. circles by the very same people Bill appointed to make decisions; Frank Amos, Willard Richardson and LeRoy Chipman.< Less
Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner - Easy Meals for Every Day of the Week By M Osterhoudt
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Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner! Chicken is an excellent low fat meat choice loaded with essential nutrients such as protein, vitamin B3 and vitamin B6. It helps lower cholesterol and reduces your risk... More > of heart disease and cancer. That is why chicken is a winner! Chicken doesn’t have to be boring….so look beyond that simple baked chicken and move on to all the great chicken dishes for every night of the week presented here in “Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner”. Enjoy all the recipe choices such as “Tips on Cooking Chicken”, “Chicken Casseroles”, “Crock Pot Chicken”, “Main Dish Chicken”, “Chicken Salads” and “Chicken Soups”.< Less
The Hunter's Cookbook: 101 Delicious Wild Game Recipes - Large Game - By Goce Nikolovski
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Wild or farmed, venison is always a first-rate meat choice. Free-range and pasture-fed, it has a slightly finer grain than beef. If you have only ever tasted venison in the customary red wine... More > marinade stew, you might have found it too robust – but don't be put off. Venison is very lean, so either cook it fast and high, or add extra fat to keep it moist. It has more protein than any other red meat, which means that it sates the appetite really well. It is also particularly rich in iron (moreso than beef), which prevents anaemia and is good for energy levels. It's full of B vitamins: B2 (riboflavin) and B3 (niacin), which help regulate metabolism; and vitamin B6 and B12, which may lower homocysteine build-up in the blood, thus lowering the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Thanks to all the wild and pasture food that deer eat, the small amount of fat in venison is likely to contain high levels of conjugated linoleic acid, which is thought to protect against heart disease and cancer.< Less