Free parenting and families Kindle books for 28 Apr 13

PCOS Diet Secrets (A Simple Step By Step Guide To Losing Weight With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)

by Jenny Wright

Do you think you might have PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)?

Have you gained weight because of your condition?

Do you desperately want to get in to better shape, but the things you’ve tried so far just haven’t worked?

Well, there’s a reason why you’ve not had success if you’ve tried dieting before… you’ve been doing it wrong!

It is possible to manage your symptoms AND lose weight if you have PCOS, but you do need to follow a very definite plan of action… consistently.

‘PCOS Diet Secrets – A Simple Step By Step Guide To Beating The Symptoms Of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome’ is quite simply an eating plan based around 4 key concepts.

Yes, you do need to exercise and stay active in order to get the best results, but this book deals purely with the changes you can make to your diet.

Carbohydrates and the way your body deals with them plays a massive role in controlling the symptoms of PCOS. Losing the fat stores that your body readily stock piles after eating starchy foods is the real foundation that this book is built upon.

Don’t worry though, this book isn’t written for academics, it isn’t a complicated book to follow, it’s written in a clear and easy to understand way, that gives you tips and techniques you can start using right now.

The culmination of the book is a 3 day detox and a complete 7 day meal plan for you to follow. But if you decide to create your own eating plan, each element of the diet is explained so you can choose the parts that you’d like to follow that best fit your own lifestyle.

But please take note… YOU WILL NEED TO CHANGE in order to get results.

Written by personal trainer and weight loss expert Jenny Wright, ‘PCOS Diet Secrets’ is a concise, information packed book that offers you an effective solution to losing weight if you suffer from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.Here’s what you’ll discover inside…

  • How to lose weight with PCOS
  • Which foods to eat and why
  • Which foods you need to avoid at all costs
  • How to instantly send your energy levels SKYROCKETING!
  • How to feel better about yourself and gain back your confidence
  • A simple way of eating to beat mood swings
  • How to stop comfort eating and banish food cravings for good

Ultimately the best way of controlling the symptoms of PCOS, getting in to great shape, improving fertility, having a flat tummy, firmer thighs and more energy is by eating a specific diet tailored to dealing with the effects of the condition. ‘PCOS Diet Secrets’ is perfect for this.

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Help Me Read Better – The Busy Parent’s guide to accelerating their children’s passion for reading

by Michael Johnson

“It is not enough to simply teach children to read; we have to give them something worth reading. Something that will stretch their imaginations–something that will help them make sense of their own lives and encourage them to reach out toward people whose lives are quite different from their own.”
-Katherine Patterson

It is well known that reading is an essential skill in your child’s developmental learning. This book covers how as a supportive parent to best develop your child’s love for reading for life. This well researched book goes into the stages of reading development and techniques you can use to encourage your child and foster a positive attitude towards their reading development.
The topics include:
* Reading by age group. What you can do even when your child is only 6 months old.
* How to start young
* How to make reading a family affair
* How to incentivise reading
* Further ways to encourage
* What not to do
* How to use new technology for their reading development

Instill in your child a passion for reading for life by downloading this book today!

It Really Is Not Your Fault: Understanding Men With Commitment Issues And The Pain They Cause Women Who Love Them

by Magda B. Brajer

Be honest, how many times have you been branded too intense, needy or desperate? Have you ever begged any man to take you back and felt that no matter who you date, you always relive the same relationship issues?
Or has his uncommitted behaviour and mixed messages drove you to the point of madness where you embarrassed yourself or acted out of control only to be called a “psycho bitch”?

Good news is, you are not needy, desperate or too intense, it really is all his fault!

Women who are so often labelled as crazy or as “psycho-girlfriends” should be given a break because it’s their partners who hold the key to their behaviour. And if your partner has recently left you because, in his words, you were too clingy or desperate, maybe he was just trying to find excuses for his commitment phobia and it suited him perfectly to call you too intense!

We all need advice on how to cope with a bad relationship, getting over a broken heart, or how to get over an ex partner. But this is not a regular self-help book about relationships. This book will make you understand both female and male behaviours as it contains real stories from real women who have survived insufferable men.

Here’s what the book covers:

Men with commitment issues, known as emotional wimps who blame us women for being too intense, and label us “psycho-bitches” creating our insecurity and clinginess in relationships

Women who are experiencing incredible break up pain and struggling to let go of the exes whose ambivalence left them with no choice but to walk away

Why do men suffer from phonephobia? There are men who never answer the call or keep hanging up, yet keep accusing their girlfriends of suffocating them

Women, who have, in the moment of madness, embarrassed themselves and acted out of control and how their partners used that behaviour as an excuse not to progress to the next stage of a relationship

Women who end up in passionate, but toxic relationships in which both partners argue a lot and become the proverbial â??Sid and Nancy’ couple

Understanding that pretending to act cool in order to move forward with a man with commitment phobia, something that many “relationship advice experts” preach, will not cure his problems, so why pretend to be someone you are not in the first place?

Living with emotionally unavailable men or getting over men who had commitment issues and made women feel that they weren’t good enough can be extremely painful, especially if female insecurity was used as an excuse to leave. Ultimately we all deserve to be loved and supported for who we really are. Why should we play mind-games just to keep men happy? Especially if they caused our insecurity in the first place.
Join me on this honest and quite brutal journey – you’ll be glad that you did! It might confirm once and for all the suspicion that yes, â??It Really Is Not Your Fault’!

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