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Lose weight with taste 1 once and for all! By Patricia Lepetit
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No food taboo, ‭ ‬ you can eat chocolate every day and lose weight, ‭ ‬ you can make a difference, ‭ ‬ but no matter how ‭ ‬ .. Lose weight by... More > depriving themselves to resume after ‭? ‬ What interest (I've done it for years ...) ‭! Nothing to be weighed, I believe that a person knows how to measure food she puts in her her plate! It's not like in Dukan ‭ (‬ with him more fruits, ‭ ‬ no chocolate, ‭ ‬ not ‭ PLEASURE room) ‬ to destroy health life ‭! Learn to dare to eat after all the hardships imposed for years by absurd schemes. No stabilization phase, it is done progressively. When you want you can !< Less
Maigrir avec goût 1 bonne fois pour toutes ! Livret By Patricia Lepetit
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Pas d'aliment tabou,‭ ‬on peut manger du chocolat tous les jours et perdre du poids,‭ ‬on peut faire un écart,‭ ‬mais pas n'importe comment‭... More > ‬.. Perdre du poids en se privant pour reprendre après‭ ? ‬Quel intérêt (je l’ai fait pendant des années...)‭ ! Rien à peser, j'estime qu'une personne sait doser les aliments qu'elle met dans son son assiette ! On n'est pas comme chez Dukan‭ ( ‬avec lui plus de fruits,‭ ‬pas de chocolat,‭ ‬pas de PLAISIR à manger‭) ‬à se détruire la santé à vie‭ ! Réapprendre à oser manger après toutes les privations imposées pendant des années par des régimes absurdes. Pas de phase de stabilisation, ça se fait au fur et à mesure. Quand on veut on peut !< Less
Masonic Ritual and Monitor By Malcom Duncan
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M. Ducan’s Masonic ritual and monitor (1866) consists of the description of the rituals of seven degrees; the first three symbolic degrees of the Ancient York Rite. This monitor is part of a... More > series of texts published in the 19th century. It was partly based on the merging of sections of several rituals used at the time. Duncan’s work, like D. Sickel’s The General Ahiman Rezon, was never adopted by any regular jurisdiction. On this topic, see J. Stevens’ Chips from a rough ashlar 'knocked off' by the gavel of common sense. It is however an important work in the study of the Royal Arch system and in comparative history. Additionally, the emerging field using visual materials as historical sources (a model for studying freemasonry across space and time) benefits from the large selections of illustrations (over 100), along with those found in the work of J. Blanchard. ISBN-13: 978-1-944175-66-5.< Less