R duire au silence 100 maladies avec le r gime Seignalet
De nombreuses personnes (du fait d’une porosité de l’intestin grêle) développent une sensibilité à certains aliments, la plus répandue étant la sensibilité au gluten (donc au blé) et au lait. Ces aliments déclenchent une réaction du système immunitaire qui peut conduire à des maladies très diverses. Ces maladies sont (mal) traitées par des médicaments, alors qu’un simple changement alimentaire peut les réduire au silence ! Le Dr Jean Seignalet fut le premier à montrer qu’une alimentation sans gluten et sans lait pouvait réduire au silence la polyarthrite rhumatoïde, la spondylarthrite ankylosante, la sclérose en plaques, le psoriasis, l’eczéma, l’asthme, la rhinite chronique, la colite, la maladie de Crohn et bien d’autres... On parle de rémission et non de guérison car reprendre ses habitudes alimentaires réactive la maladie en quelques jours à peine. Le but de ce livre de vulgarisation est de démontrer le bienfondé des travaux du Dr Jean Seignalet et d’aider les personnes à prendre leur santé en main grâce à des conseils en diététique et en compléments alimentaires.
The Familiarity of Strangers
Taking a new approach to the study of cross-cultural trade, this book blends archival research with historical narrative and economic analysis to understand how the Sephardic Jews of Livorno, Tuscany, traded in regions near and far in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Francesca Trivellato tests assumptions about ethnic and religious trading diasporas and networks of exchange and trust. Her extensive research in international archives--including a vast cache of merchants' letters written between 1704 and 1746--reveals a more nuanced view of the business relations between Jews and non-Jews across the Mediterranean, Atlantic Europe, and the Indian Ocean than ever before. The book argues that cross-cultural trade was predicated on and generated familiarity among strangers, but could coexist easily with religious prejudice. It analyzes instances in which business cooperation among coreligionists and between strangers relied on language, customary norms, and social networks more than the progressive rise of state and legal institutions.
Composing the Citizen
"Jann Pasler's remarkable "Composing the Citizen "reaches well beyond what any book concerned with music in society has ever attempted. Concentrating on France of the Third Republic, from the 1870s through the early 1900s, she demonstrates convincingly how music--whether new, old, popular, or elite, whether performed at institutions of state (such as the Opera), the Folies Bergere, concert halls, or the zoo--helped to redefine what it meant to be French under evolving political circumstances. Equally adept in the languages of history, sociology, political science, reception history, and music analysis, Pasler establishes music's cultural significance and implicitly illuminates the role it can still play in countries like the United States."--Philip Gossett, The University of Chicago and University of Rome, La Sapienza ""Composing the Citizen" offers nothing less than a new paradigm for the study of musical cultures. Rather than forcing French music into the moulds developed for the Austro-German canon, Pasler simply studies the social uses of music in fin-de-siecle France. Her painstaking archival research allows her to present an astonishingly detailed account of musical practices, tastes, and activities; new names and genres come to the fore to engage in a variety of dynamic artistic scenes most of us never knew--or only thought we did by virtue of having read Proust. A masterwork of a scholar at the very peak of her career."--Susan McClary, MacArthur Fellow 1995 and author of "Georges Bizet: Carmen" and "Modal Subjectivities: Self-Fashioning in the Italian Madgrigal" "Utilite publique: a common-sense republican notion of sweeping consequence. In this greatly anticipated volume Jann Pasler uses it as touchstone, showing how and why musical life so mattered in Third-Republic France: layer after layer of it, in a journey that takes us past the Opera and Conservatoire to the pops concerts, department stores, the zoo, the world's fairs, the overseas colonies. Companionable as a well-worn Baedeker, seductive as Roger Shattuck's The Banquet Years, this exquisitely styled and paced achievement is also a compelling read."--D. Kern Holoman, author of "Berlioz" and "The Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire, 1828-1967"
Je mange ce qui me r ussit
Vous souffrez de maux de ventre ou de fréquentes migraines. Vous êtes l’objet de fatigue chronique, d’affections ORL à répétition que les traitements de la médecine classique n’ont pu soulager. Vous sentez que certains aliments, le blé, les produits laitiers, l’oeuf, l’amande, la vanille, le kiwi ou la tomate... ne vous réussissent pas. Ne cherchez plus : vous êtes sans doute victime d’une intolé¬rance alimentaire – une hypersensibilité à bas bruit, due à un intestin anormalement perméable. Dans Je mange ce qui me réussit, le Dr Mussi vous guide pour repérer et comprendre les signes qui doivent vous alerter, pour savoir quand effectuer le test d’intolérance et en décrypter les résultats. MANGER PERSONNALISÉ Toutes les clés pour retrouver la santé : quel régime spécifique adopter et pendant combien de temps ? Que penser du « sans gluten » ? Comment sélectionner les meilleurs aliments tout en évitant ceux qui vous nuisent ? Etc. UN GUIDE INDISPENSABLE De nombreux témoignages de patients, des foires aux questions, des encadrés, des adresses pratiques... Le Dr ROGER MUSSI, spécialiste de la nutrition, a personnellement diagnostiqué et traité les intolérances alimentaires de près d’un millier de patients.
Mars and Venus on a Date
Will I Ever Find My Soul Mate? Whether you are recently separated, divorced, or you have been in the singles scene for longer than you want, this insightful guide will help you navigate the dating maze and find that special person you've been waiting for. By discussing the differences between men and women, Mars and Venus on a Date provides singles with: A thorough understanding of the five stages of dating -- attraction, uncertainty, exclusivity, intimacy, and engagement How to know what kind of person is right for you Answers to burning questions such as why don't men call, or why do some women stay single? The best places to meet your soul mate And advice on creating a loving and mutually fulfilling relationship Filled with practical guidelines, inventive techniques, and witty insight, Mars and Venus on a Date will help single men and women explore the world of dating, understand how to make good choices, and discover the secret to finding a soul mate.
I Give You My Body
Bestselling author Diana Gabaldon divulges the writing secrets behind the sex scenes in her wildly popular Outlander novels. “Ask me to your bed,” he said. “I shall come to ye.” In this revealing compendium, acclaimed writer Diana Gabaldon shares her invaluable lessons for creating an immersive reading experience, from evoking a mood to using the power of emotions to communicate physical intimacy. You’ll learn the difference between gratuitous sex and genuine encounters that move the story forward, and how to handle less-than-savory acts that nevertheless serve a narrative purpose. Gabaldon also notes that sex can be conveyed instead of described. With such tips as “The Rule of Three” for involving the senses, handy lists of naughty euphemisms (with instructions for use), and Gabaldon’s own examples from the Outlander novels, “I Give You My Body . . .” is a master class in writing to draw readers in and keep them riveted to the page.
The Wahls Protocol
After progressive multiple sclerosis landed Dr Wahls in a tilt/recline wheelchair, she exhaustively researched autoimmune disease and brain biology, and embraced the concepts of functional medicine. Determined to overcome her initial dismal diagnosis,, she made a choice to rely on food as her medicine and begun using paleo concepts as guidelines for her unique, nutrient rich plan. As her broken biochemistry began to fix itself, Dr Wahls soon retained full mobility and left her wheel chair behind for good. Dr Wahls transformation was nothing short of miraculous, and she knew these treatments could be life-changing for anyone struggling with an autoimmune condition. Now, Dr Wahls shares her pioneering research along with three levels of nutrient-rich diets that can help you reverse the debilitating symptoms of your disease. The Wahls Protocol gave Dr Wahls her life back. Give it the chance to restore yours.
God ll Cut You Down
An unlikely journalist, a murder case in Mississippi, and a fascinating literary true crime story in the style of Jon Ronson, for fans of "Serial." A notorious white supremacist named Richard Barrett was brutally murdered in Mississippi in 2010 by a young black man named Vincent McGee. At first the murder seemed a twist on old Deep South race crimes. But then new revelations and complications came to light. Maybe it was a dispute over money rather than race—or, maybe and intriguingly, over sex. John Safran, a young white Jewish Australian documentarian, had been in Mississippi and interviewed Barrett for a film on race. When he learned of Barrett’s murder, he returned to find out what happened and became caught up in the twists and turns of the case. During his time in Mississippi, Safran got deeper and deeper into this gothic southern world, becoming entwined in the lives of those connected with the murder—white separatist frenemies, black lawyers, police investigators, oddball neighbors, the stunned families, even the killer himself. And the more he talked with them, the less simple the crime—and the people involved—seemed to be. In the end, he discovered how profoundly and indelibly complex the truth about someone’s life—and death—can be. This is a brilliant, haunting, hilarious, unsettling story about race, money, sex, and power in the modern American South from an outsider’s point of view.
Women in the Days of Cathedrals
Regine Pernoud has addressed herself to the study of many questions about the status of women in the Middle Ages and presents her surprising answers in this captivating work. Here one learns that the most ancient treatise on education in France was written by a woman; and medicine was practiced regularly by women in the thirteenth century; that in the twelfth century the Order of Fontevraud gathered both monks and religious sisters under the authority of an abbess. This is a systematic study that provides a multitude of concrete examples. No aspect of feminine activity in the course of the medieval periods is neglected: administration of property, professions and commerce, the intellectual life, even politics; writers, educators, sovereigns, and those who enlivened the royal courts. Moreover, the author draws from the history of law and the history of events and social customs to sketch something never before attempted, an outline of the evolution of the power of women. This is a classic work without reference to which any inquiry into the questions addressed here must remain incomplete.
Island of Point Nemo
Two storiesone a grandiose adventure-mystery, the other a tale of erotic exploitshumorously intertwine in a French e-reader factory."