Eating on the Run ... By Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD
Work, social, and family commitments often make it difficult to fit tasty and healthy food choices into your diet. In Eating on the Run, Evelyn Tribole solves your dieting dilemma using her proven expertise concerning all foods, savory and sweet.
Divided into four parts for easy reference, Eating on the Run presents the latest and best information on the following issues:
-Smart food choices for you and your family
-Eating options for managing weight
-Strategies for speedy grocery shopping—including sample shopping lists
-Healthful eating away from home, whether at work, at a restaurant, in your car, or at the airport
-Nutritional values for common fast foods
-Eating and ordering ethnic cuisine
-Dietary decisions relative to hypertension, high cholesterol, and heart disease
-Diets and supplements, with advice on today's most popular programs, including liquid meal replacements and high-protein diets such as the Atkins and Zone diets
-Easy meal preparation, including recipes and tips
Evelyn Tribole is the nation's leading nutritionist for busy people who want to remain healthy and trim. A former nutritional adviser for “Good Morning America” and the American Dietetic Association, she's been a columnist for SHAPE and has written several books on nutrition. She also juggles work, family, and frequent speaking engagements—so she knows firsthand just how hectic life can get. Her experience and strategies will help you avoid flavorless, fast-fried choices and eat great while on the go.
Why Diets often Fail for People on the Go
What About Convenience Diets or Liquid Diets?
The Life Span of a Diet
Changing What Triggers You to Eat
Vending Machine Roulette
...and much, much more!
It has the calorie count and information on Brand Name Frozen foods as well as our favorite Fast Food places.
Best part is the simple make ahead HEALTHY meals as well as a weeks worth of menus. This is an easy reference guide laid out in plain language.
The Back Pain Book: A Self Help Guide for Daily Relief of Neck and Back Pain ... By Mike Hage, MS, PT
A physical therapist tells how to relieve back and neck pain, of which 70 million Americans suffer. Your movement and posture may be the source - or the cure - for neck and low back pain. Mike Hage shows you how to analyze your patterns of standing, bending, breathing - even thinking. Learn to adjust these patterns in every move you make, from getting out of bed and choosing the right shoes to talking on the phone and getting to work. Take control of your pain and participate in your own rehabilitation by reprogramming your body to move correctly.
It has fabulous illustrations, easy to follow instructions and great exercises. The book answers what, why, how often, how long, and how much. The book is organized in such a way that you can turn to specific areas that you need to work on, and blank pages in the back to take notes on your improvements.
As stated in the book: Becoming more active in your pursuit of comfort and your ability to function means gaining greater control over your pain and the effect it has on you.