Category Archives: nonfiction

Low Sugar, So Simple by Elviira Krebber

There are two approaches to dealing with the sugar problem right now: find substitutions like Stevia (as with this cookbook) or detox and go clean without any kind of sugar substitutes. Right now, research seems to be indicating that even … Continue reading

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The Complete Photo Guide to Soap Making by David Fisher

It would be difficult to find fault with this very thorough and cleanly presented resource for everything soapmaking. The author presents the craft in a very non-fussy way, with simple photographs and layout to make sure that the information is … Continue reading

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Unofficial Guide To Walt Disney World by Bob Sehlinger

This book is pretty much a one-stop planning assistant; it contains everything you need to make the right choices when planning your Walt Disney World Vacation. Unlike the sponsored guides like Birnbaums, the authors are given free reign to give … Continue reading

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The Diet Detox by Brooke Alpert

Alpert’s The Diet Detox contains most of the findings about diet and nutrition that we come to expect: avoid sugars, avoid carbs, get away from processed foods, eat smarter. In addition, there are exercises and lifestyle changes such as not … Continue reading

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Food: What the Heck Should I Eat by Mark Hymen

The subtitle of the book is surprisingly accurate rather than flippant: this is a book that takes all we know about the various food groups and updates our knowledge. It turns over a lot of misconceptions about what is healthy … Continue reading

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Perhaps the best subtitle for Plane Crash is the science of Aviation Disasters. Because unlike most books on the subject, this one is highly technical. To his credit, the author does attempt to explain all the mathematical formulae and phsyics … Continue reading

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Atkins Eat Right, Not Less by Colette Heimowitz

Atkins’ Nutritional’s Colette Heimowitz has updated their diet regime to put more of an emphasis on hidden sugar avoidance to combine with the ‘low card’ regime that made Dr. Atkins famous. The book is beautifully laid out – from full … Continue reading

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