Die Breinchirurg Se Dieet

Author: Dr. Adriaan Liebenberg
Publisher: Random House Struik
ISBN: 0143531360
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Die Breinchirurg Se Dieet from the Author: Dr. Adriaan Liebenberg. In ’n mark wat oorspoel is met kitsoplossings vir gewigsverlies en idees vir ’n gesonde leefstyl, bring dr. Adriaan Liebenberg, internasionaal gerekende breinchrirurg, ’n maklike, veilige en gesonde alternatief: span jou brein in en skud daardie ekstra ponde permanent af. Nadat hy sy lewe lank vet – en ongelukkig – was, het dr. Liebenberg sy professionele kennis gebruik om uit te werk watter kossoorte sy breinchemie so sou aanpas dat dit sy metabolisme sal versnel en sy houding teenoor kos verander. Dit het gewerk. Hy het 70 kg verloor en handhaaf sy nuwe gewig al vir byna drie jaar lank. Die breinchirurg se dieet vertel dr. Liebenberg se inspirerende verhaal in eenvoudige, reguit taal. Dié gids wys hoe ons ons breinkrag kan gebruik om ons eetgewoontes aan te pas op ’n natuurlike manier. Dit bemagtig mens met kennis oor kossoorte wat jou maer en gesond hou, en sit stap-vir-stap uiteen hoe jy beheer oor jou welstand kan neem sonder om staat te maak op modediëte of eetlusdempers. Dié sakpasboekie verskaf volledige inligting oor die energiewaardes van kossoorte en bevat heerlike maaltydplanne wat help met gewigsverlies sonder lyding en skuldgevoelens.

The Brain Surgeon S Diet

Author: Willem Adriaan Liebenberg
Publisher: Vesuvius Books Limited
ISBN: 9780620474689
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The Brain Surgeon S Diet from the Author: Willem Adriaan Liebenberg. A neurosurgeon pioneers a lifestyle change that is based on modulation of thebrain's hormonal balance of eating behavior.

Recognising Postnatal Depression

Author: Andrea Taub-Da Costa
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0143529625
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Recognising Postnatal Depression from the Author: Andrea Taub-Da Costa. The journey to motherhood is sometimes clouded with unrealistic expectations and society's unfair judgement of any woman who isn't immediately blissfully happy with her new baby. Giving birth is a major life adjustment and rite of passage for all mothers. This book is for anyone who is struggling or has struggled on that journey, who may be grappling with confusion, anxiety, fear or anger. It offers hope, support and comfort and a clear path out of what may feel like a bewildering or overwhelming situation. Postnatal depression affects around 30 per cent of mothers, but partners, children, extended family, friends and colleagues all feel its ripple effect, and many mothers do not know, or do not wish to acknowledge, that this misunderstood illness can be treated just like any other. Written by a medical doctor, a clinical psychologist and their patient, a writer, each author contributes her own personal experience and expertise in the area of postnatal depression to an open and enlightening discussion of just what this illness is, how to recognise it and ways to achieve recovery of body, mind and spirit. They call on health care professionals and society at large to respond timeously, knowledgeably and with empathy to what is, for many mothers, a medical emergency. Women from different walks of life agreed to share with the authors, and now with the reader, their tough yet transformational experiences of postnatal depression, offering hope and encouragement and revealing the power of healing through openness and the telling of their stories.

Dr Adriaan

Author: Louis Couperus
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
ISBN: 9780554987743
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Dr Adriaan from the Author: Louis Couperus. This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

Recipes For Love And Murder

Author: Sally Andrew
Publisher: Canongate Books
ISBN: 1782116478
Size: 22.53 MB
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Recipes For Love And Murder from the Author: Sally Andrew. 'Vivid, amusing and immensely enjoyable . . . A triumph' Alexander McCall Smith Meet Tannie Maria: the loveable writer of recipes in her local paper, the Klein Karoo Gazette. One Sunday morning, as Maria stirs apricot jam, she hears her editor Harriet on the stoep. What Maria doesn't realise is that Harriet is about to deliver a whole basketful of challenges and the first ingredient in two new recipes - recipes for love and murder. A delicious blend of intrigue, milk tart and friendship, join Tannie Maria in her first investigation. Consider your appetite whetted for a whole new series of mysteries . . .

Not Without A Fight

Author: Helen Zille
Publisher: Random House Struik
ISBN: 1776090438
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Not Without A Fight from the Author: Helen Zille. Helen Zille’s long-awaited autobiography is one of the most fascinating political stories of our time. Zille takes the reader back to her humble family origins, her struggle with anorexia as a young woman, her early career as a journalist for the Rand Daily Mail, and her involvement with the End Conscription Campaign and the Black Sash. She documents her early days in the Democratic Party and the Democratic Alliance, at a time when the party was locked in a no-holds-barred factional conflict. And she chronicles the intense political battles to become mayor of Cape Town, leader of the DA and premier of the Western Cape, in the face of dirty tricks from the ANC and infighting within her own party. This is a story about political intrigue and treachery, floor-crossing and unlikely coalitions, phone tapping and intimidation, false criminal charges and judicial commissions. It documents Zille’s courageous fight against corruption and state capture and her efforts to realign politics and entrench accountability. And it describes a mother’s battle to raise children in the pressured world of South African politics. This book is as frank, honest and unflinching as Helen Zille herself, and will appeal to anyone interested in the story of South African politics over the past fifty years.

Hunger Eats A Man

Author: Nkosinathi Sithole
Publisher: Random House Struik
ISBN: 0143531441
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Hunger Eats A Man from the Author: Nkosinathi Sithole. When Father Gumede, known as Priest, loses his job as a farmhand, he realises he can’t afford to love his neighbour as he does himself. Despondent and enraged, Priest cuts off all ties to the church and politics, determined to make a living – at whatever cost. It will take a strange story written by his son Sandile – a comical, terrifying and prophetic tale in which the downtrodden rise up to march on the wealth of a neighbouring suburb – to show Priest the hope and humanity inherent in the human spirit. Beautifully poetic, funny and highly relevant, Nkosinathi Sithole’s debut novel highlights the ongoing plight of many rural South Africans and the power of a community working together to bring about change.

The Last Road Trip

Author: Gareth Crocker
Publisher: Random House Struik
ISBN: 0143531573
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The Last Road Trip from the Author: Gareth Crocker. Following the poignant death of a man they barely knew, four friends decide to make the most of what’s left of their lives. Abandoning the humdrum routine of life at their retirement estate, they embark on a thousand-mile road trip that will take them from the furthest corner of the Kruger Park to the blazing stars of Sutherland for the biggest adventure of their lives and one last hurrah together. Along the way, they rediscover things about themselves that they thought had long since been lost. Above all, they discover that it’s never too late to start living. Gareth Crocker’s latest novel is all heart and page-turning glory.

A Thousand Tales Of Johannesburg

Author: Harry Kalmer
Publisher: Random House Struik
ISBN: 1485903629
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A Thousand Tales Of Johannesburg from the Author: Harry Kalmer. A Thousand Tales of Johannesburg is Harry Kalmer’s spellbinding ode to Johannesburg and its people. This is the story of Sara, who poses stiffly for a photo with her four children at Turffontein concentration camp in 1901, and of Abraham, who paints the street names on Johannesburg’s kerbs. It is the tale of their grandson Zweig, a young architect who has to leave Johannesburg when he falls in love with the wrong person, and of Marceline, a Congolese mother who flees to the city only to be caught up in a wave of xenophobic violence. Spanning more than a hundred years, A Thousand Tales of Johannesburg is a novel that documents and probes the lives of the inhabitants of this incomparable African city – the exiled, those returning from exile, and those who never left.

The Scattering

Author: Lauri Kubuitsile
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781485903079
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The Scattering from the Author: Lauri Kubuitsile. At the turn of the twentieth century, colonial wars were being waged across southern Africa. "The Scattering" tells the story of Tjipuka, the daughter of a Herero chief, whose life is shattered during the brutal Herero wars.Fed up with the German occupation of their land, the Herero people had staged an uprising that led to extermination orders from a German general: kill every Herero man, and spare neither woman nor child. Having survived the massacre at Ohamakari, Tjipuka flees into the desert with her child. Her husband is presumed dead. From the desolate no-man's-land of the desert to the death camps on Shark Island and the border of Bechuanaland, Tjipuka has to find the courage - and the will - to survive. Meanwhile, in the Transvaal, 25-year-old Riëtte is forced into marriage with her brutish neighbor. When he is taken captive and their farm is set ablaze - part of the British scorched-earth policy - she and his daughters are herded into a concentration camp."The Scattering" follows two women's journeys through history as they wrestle with betrayal, loyalty, hope and the struggle to survive.