In this book, Full Plate Less Weight, Ray Kelly turns into your personal trainer. With decades of experience transforming the lives of thousands of people, including training and coaching two winning contestants on hit TV show, The Biggest Loser, Ray Kelly brings you his guide to becoming fit and healthy. Full Plate Less Weight is filled with exercise programs, healthy eating plans and more. With all this and recipe extracts contributed by celebrity chef and health advocate, Michael Moore, this book is your go-to to change their health for the better.
Health and wellness advocate Kris Abbey’s new book is not just a diet book—it’s better defined as a way of life. It shows you how you can lose weight and stay healthy while eating a variety of delicious foods. It’s not a quick fad, but an entire lifestyle. The book is filled with lifestyle tips and recipes that are about the simple philosophies of eating foods that have had little or no human intervention. This is a way of eating that is designed to nourish you for both good health and longevity.
This book has a unique collection of photographs from five cities of the world—London, Tokyo, Milan, New York and Sydney. This is the first sartorial stylebook specifically for men from photographer and fashion enthusiast Giuseppe Santamaria. The collection showcases the styles of the modern man. Starting from his blog called ‘Men in this Town’ in 2010, which quickly got a large following, the photographs have now been collected into this book. Santamaria has an eye for the regular man on the street and what his sense of dress says about him.
Mothers Who Murder by Dr Xanthé Mallett Mothers Who Murder: And infamous miscarriages of justice examines high-profile horrific cases: ones where Australian mothers have been accused and convicted of murdering their own children, as well as infamous miscarriages of justice.
When your lovable daughter turns into a teenager, it’s hard to believe that she is just another typical teenage girl, facing the many ups and downs of a teenager living in the moment of now. You know that the day she becomes a teenager that almost instantly everything is about to change. No longer is she playing with Barbie dolls and asking you to place pretty, white flowers in her pigtails. Instead, she is in high school with a completely different group of friends, asking to go to sleepovers and parties, seeking independence and freedom from her parents. The sudden change makes you wonder what’s really going on, what she is becoming and who she will be years from now.