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The "People Power" Family Superbook Book 6. The Food Kingdom 2 (Health-Super-Organic Foods, Juicing, Sprouts, Bad Foods, MSG, GMOs, Artificial Sweeteners, Sugar, Fat, Food Allergies-Illnesses, Nutrition, Caffeine, Special Diets) By Tony Kelbrat
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The food industry makes money when we eat. I make no distinction between people selling supposedly healthy foods and people selling junk food. They all want you to eat. Based on all the so-called... More > nutritionists, dietitians and other so-called health experts I've seen on TV, I feel where they all fail is that they're telling you to constantly eat. Even if you're trying to lose weight, they're telling you to keep eating. Just eat healthier meals. This is their business, to tell you to eat and what to eat and it's the food industry's business to push food on you. When everybody eats well, they're comfortable and it's good for the economy. I feel that the government, through the USDA and other agencies, also instills this incessant need for food in people. If I didn't know any better, I would say it's a conspiracy. Get people hooked on the pleasures of food. It keeps them conformist, complacent consumers and makes money for the food industry and the economy.< Less
The “People Power” Family Superbook Book 7. Smart-Simple-Happy Home (Practical-Frugal Ideas, Saving Money, Coupons, Freebies, Contests, Flea Markets, Garage Sales, Thrift Stores, Auctions, Classified Ads) By Tony Kelbrat
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I wrote this book because I can only do what I believe in. I know that materialism is good to the point of basic comfort and everything beyond that approaches evil, to take more than you need in a... More > frivolous manner with meaningless goods while you're fully aware that half of the people of the world live in poverty. Maybe I’ll help a few people along the way see that excessive consumption beyond the level of basic comfort could be the most evil and destructive force on the planet. Unless you're very lucky, you will have money problems at some point in life and your whole life could unravel with a few missed payments so take heed, don't be frivolous, don't spend foolishly, save what you don't need to spend on the essentials. If you get into credit trouble, live like a pauper and either work hard to pay all your bills or default or declare bankruptcy and destroy your credit. Stop buying frivolous stuff you don't need. Simplify your life. Get rid of a bunch of your stuff.< Less
The "People Power" Family Superbook Book 5. The Food Kingdom 1 (Recipes, Food Knowledge, Restaurants, Buy Food, Alcohol, Frugal Food, Food Banks, Food Stamps, Food Industry, Food Jobs, Entertaining, Food Tourism) By Tony Kelbrat
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Food is necessary. Food is an obsession to some people. Go to #641 at the library and you’ll find hundreds of cookbooks. Go to #611 to #613 which is the fitness and health section. There are... More > books about diet and healthy eating there. There are some general food books at #640. There is tons of free knowledge on the internet. Home economics/ thrift type living books are at #332.024 or TX326 at the library. Books about how to feed children are at #649.3 or RJ53. The U.S. Dept of Agriculture created the Food Pyramid and stuff like that. Food books at the library start at #640 and go to #642. 640. Household Stuff. 641. Food and drink. 642. Food and meal service. If you're interested in country living like gardening vegetables, etc., go to #630.2, #641.4 and #643 sections or S501 at the library.< Less
The "People Power" Family Superbook Book 2. Family Basics (The Pursuit of a Warm, Loving, Safe, Fun, Comfortable Life) By Tony Kelbrat
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The "People Power" Family Superbook contains basic information about the many areas you need to know about when running a family and a household. I deal with mostly four areas: Baby.... More > Parenting. The home as a building. Buying stuff for the home. Consumer education books are at #640.7 or TX335 at the library. Cooking books are at #641 at the library. Home economics/ thrift type living books are at #332.024 or TX326 at the library. Raising a family books are at #306.85, #646.78, #649.1 and HQ743-HQ769 at the library. There will probably be several hundred there if it's a city library. Family books in general are at #306.80-90 or HQ536. Marriage books are at #306.7 at the library. Try #362.4 at the library for books about children's disability organizations, #649.1511, HV1596 and RJ506 for books about raising disabled children. Books about problem children, children who are nonconformists are at #649.3 or RJ53 at the library. Books about breastfeeding are at #613.2, #649.33< Less
The "People Power" Family Superbook Book 1. Fertility, Pregnancy, Baby (A Family Starts With a Baby) By Tony Kelbrat
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If you're pregnant, do yourself a favor, go to the library and educate yourself, save your money and start buying things because baby will cost a lot of money, especially at the beginning. Get a list... More > of baby products from one of those baby raising books at #649 at the library. The major types of health care providers for pregnancy and childbirth are:Family doctor. Baby nurse. Certified nurse-midwife, CNM. Doula, worker who assists the mother after birth. Lactation consultant, breastfeeding counselor. Midwife, alternative way to get a baby delivered instead of using a doctor. Obstetrician-Gynecologist, OB/ GYN, an obstetrician specializes in pregnancy, a gynecologist specializes in women's health. Pediatrician, children's doctor. Volunteer breastfeeding consultants from La Leche League International. The places you can generally give birth are: Hospital. Birthing/ Maternity center. Alternative birthing center like the few around with water tanks for underwater birth.< Less
The “People Power Family Superbook Book 12. Build a House, Self-Sufficiency (Alternative Home-Building Ideas, Homesteading, Living Off the Land) By Tony Kelbrat
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Beyond the real estate business, there is a phenomena that exists everywhere on the planet except for the western world, that of building your own home with your own two hands. There is a subject... More > that is sometimes called homesteading where you live out in the country doing a lot of your own stuff, basically self-sufficient, living off the land. I'm interested in alternative homes (log homes, straw homes, underground homes, etc.) and alternative energy away from the grid because I house a back-to-the-woods, self-sufficiency streak within me. If you've got some money, you can hire someone to build a house for you. You can either hire an architect, get a builder to build a home based on home plans you buy, get for free or design yourself or go to any of the many companies which offer custom homes. You can find house plans everywhere, particularly in the many home type magazines out there. Go to a periodical directory at the library, get a few of the magazines in the home magazines section< Less
The “People Power Family Superbook Book 11. Home Improvement/ Home Repair (DIY, How-to, Do Handyman Things Yourself) By Tony Kelbrat
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A home improvement job generally costs a good chunk of change. If you hire someone to do it, make sure they're professionally qualified and honest. There are plenty of rip-offs out there. Just... More > watch the home repair scam TV shows where some guy goes around fixing inferior jobs by other contractors. Check the contractor out by typing his company name or personal name into the Better Business Bureau website. Write up an exact plan of what you want done. Use pictures or draw pictures if you want so others know exactly the way you want it. If you have drawing software, you can draw your house plans on a computer. Some things are not very practical to do. You can't just put a toilet anywhere because you have to hook it into the sewer pipe and put a vent in to go outside either through a wall or through the roof. You can't sacrifice function for style. Wire, pipes and stuff have to be in a certain place in the house. It's tough to move walls but it's possible. You can't move the chimney though.< Less
The “People Power” Family Superbook Book 8. Green Guide 1: Your Home (Natural Products, Cleaners, Cosmetics & Clothes, Renewable Energy, Energy Dreamers, Car Energy) By Tony Kelbrat
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I read David Suzuki's Green Guide and several other books you might find at #363.7 or #640 at the library. There is a great divide between people who care about green living and all the other people... More > who seem indoctrinated by all the glitter on TV which tells you to keep buying junk you don’t need and keep doing meaningless stuff even if we’re polluting the planet and destroying the atmosphere. I have two power cords, one for my computer and one for the devices near my bed. When I finish using each, I shut the power cord off to totally shut all that electricity off. Meanwhile I have relatives who leave their wireless modems on all the time 24/7. When Ronald Reagan took the American Presidency in 1980, he arrogantly tore the solar panels off the roof of the White House which former President Jimmy Carter put up. If people had real sense, they would have listened to Jimmy Carter. Today, every house in America could have been producing its own electricity with a few solar panels< Less
The “People Power” Family Superbook Book 10. Garden-Farm Guide (Gardening for Fun, to Grow Food, Agriculture Jobs, Farming Business) By Tony Kelbrat
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Gardening is the creation of life. Most states and some counties have agriculture departments. If you go to local government websites, they might have agricultural knowledge on them. Many people... More > start growing plants indoors then hardening them which is to take them outside for a few hours and increasing the time spent outside each day. Many books and magazines are available at your local library. Most gardening books are at #635 or SB126. 630. Agriculture. 631. Farming. 632. Plant science. 633. Field crops. 634. Orchards, small fruit, forestry. 635. Horticulture, garden crops. There is also a gardening design section at #712 to #717 or SB473 covering garden architecture, landscaping, topiary (#715), fences (#717), etc. Some periodicals are: American Horticulturist. Fine Gardening, Horticulture, National Gardening, Plants and Gardens, Organic Gardening. Some common gardening topics are as follows: African Violets, Alstroemeria, Amaryllis, Apple Trees, Artificial Plants & Rocks, Asian Vegetables,< Less
The “People Power” Family Superbook Book 9. Green Guide 2: Your Health, Earth Health (People Get Sick & Die from Chemicals & Pollution) By Tony Kelbrat
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The Natural Law of the Universe is be who you were born to be, take what you need and leave the rest. I got sick from the sulphites in lemon juice then I started getting headaches from something. ... More > I think it was aspartame in pop. I got Dr. Hulda Clark's book Cure for all Cancers and when I read it, I thought she was obsessed with being pure away from all the chemicals in industrial products but she did what nobody else has done. She catalogs almost every product in existence and tells you what's wrong with it. The modern capitalist industries will not tell you if their products contain materials that are toxic to your health. You have to learn these things for yourself then decide how dangerous all that stuff is and if it's a risk to your longevity and quality of life. For practical books about green living, try #640 or HF5413 at the library. Environmental books are at #304, #333.72-99 or S930 at the library. There may be a few at #363.700 or GE60.< Less

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