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A sugar-free cookbook for those still dreaming of a world filled with chocolate. Sarah Wilson shares how to make delicious treats for any occasion, from special breakfasts to show-stopping sugar-free cakes and bakes. With tasty chocolate delights including Mocha and Hazelnut Layer Cake, Dark Choc and Sea Salt Popcorn and Choc-Chip Hot Cross Buns, there's something for everyone - including a handy key to paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, kid-friendly and freezer-friendly recipes. I Quit Sugar The Ultimate Chocolate Cookbook has one hundred sugar-free recipes, step-by-step instructions and an entire sugar-free Easter chapter. Full of handy hints and tips, Sarah shares how living sugar-free can be enriching, healthy and sweet!
No time to cook? Healthy eating costs too much? The Healthy Family Meals Cookbook is your kitchen saviour. Wave bye-bye to slaving away in the kitchen for hours, our affordable recipes will give you the ultimate bang for your nutritional buck while also keeping those hard to please picky eaters happy. Oh, did we mention - all recipes cost $5.00 or less per serve! Yep, you read that right!
In this book you’ll find 40 family-friendly recipes including chapters on:
- Sunday Cook-ups: Start your week on the front foot and whip up our delicious beef roasts, slow cooked lambs or meatloaf recipe.
- Lovely Leftovers: Have a bit of everything but no idea what to cook? We’ve got you covered.
- Mid-Week Meals: Avoid mid-week madness; we’ve created a whole chapter chock-full of super speedy dinners that won’t break the bank.
- Friday Night Fun: We’ve transformed a few family favourites into healthy, nutritious meals. Burger, anyone?
- Family favourite desserts: Saving the best for last, we’ll show you how to create orange and almond cake, Mum’s jam slice or our 5-minute chocolate sweet potato crisps minus all the sugar.
Sarah Wilson taught the world how to quit sugar in 8 weeks and then went on to teach everyone how to cook delicious essentials, simply. Sarah incorporates her mindful, sustainable and economical practices - designed to feed the family, individuals and people on the go - to bring back the 'slow 'n' low' approach of slow cooking, which creates densely nutritious meals with no or very low sugar.
In I Quit Sugar: Slow Cooker Cookbook, Sarah shares how to:
Written with all the care and knowledge you have come to expect from the I Quit Sugar team, this is the book that makes sugar-free cooking easier, less expensive and more creative.
'I loved this book.' Matt Haig, author of Reasons to Stay Alive and Notes On a Nervous Planet 'Probably the best book on living with anxiety that I've ever read.' Mark Manson, author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck If you have anxiety, this book is for you. If you love someone who is anxious, this book is for you. I Quit Sugar founder and New York Times bestselling author Sarah Wilson has lived through high anxiety - including bipolar, OCD and several suicide attempts - her whole life. Perhaps like you, she grew tired of seeing anxiety as a disease that must be medicated into submission. Could anxiety be re-sewn, she asked, into a thing of beauty? So began a seven-year journey to find a more meaningful and helpful take on anxiety. Living out of two suitcases, Sarah travelled the world, meeting with His Holiness The Dalai Lama, with Oprah's life coach, with major mental health organizations and hundreds of others in a quest to unravel the knotted ball of wool that is the anxious condition. She emerged with the very best philosophy, science and hacks for thriving with the beast. First, We Make the Beast Beautiful is a book with a big heart, paving the way for richer, kinder and wiser conversations about anxiety.
A Thousand-Mile Pilgrimage with Martin Luther In 2010, Andrew Wilson and his wife, Sarah, walked in the footsteps of Martin Luther, re-creating his famous pre-Reformation pilgrimage from Erfurt to Rome. Their trek was well publicized, with coverage in the Christian Century, First Things, the Wall Street Journal, and Books & Culture. They were also interviewed by travel expert Rick Steves on his popular radio program. As they walked their journey of a thousand miles over seventy days, thousands of readers followed along on the Wilsons' blog. This engaging narrative brings readers along as Andrew and Sarah traverse Europe, visiting sites such as Coburg Castle, Ulm's M nster, the Alps, Milan, Florence, and Rome. Their journey provides a unique window into the history of the Protestant Reformation and a creative entryway into the life of Luther. The book also reflects on the contemporary ecumenical significance of the events of the Reformation, exploring what the changes of the past 500 years mean for the Christian present and future. Beautifully written and enjoyable to read, Here I Walk offers a unique combination of firsthand travel narrative, fascinating explorations in history, and theological and spiritual reflection. Pictures, maps, and an afterword by Sarah Hinlicky Wilson are included.
The shocking first true account from one of the young girls who lived through and survived the Rotherham sex abuse scandal. In the summer of 2014, the Rotherham sex abuse scandal sent shockwaves through the nation. A report revealed that, since the 1990s, up to 1,400 young girls in the town had been regularly abused by sex gangs, predominantly comprised of Pakistani men. As the media descended on the small Yorkshire town, Sarah Wilson watched with horror and relief as her voice was finally heard after years of abuse. Sarah was just eleven years old when she was befriended by a group of older men. Bullied at school, naive and vulnerable, the gifts and attention they lavished on her were what she craved, she just wanted to belong. But soon she was hooked on alcohol and drugs, and then they owned her. She was just twelve years old when she was bundled into a car by a man in his thirties and forced to have sex with him. Soon, the gang were driving her to places where she was raped by scores of men. Falling through the system, from social services to school, no-one was able to help her. She `escaped' when she became too old for the men at nearly sixteen. Finally a victim of the Rotherham scandal tells her story in the hope that other young girls will not fall prey to the same evil that she endured.
Sarah Wilson taught the world to quit sugar in eight weeks and then went onto teach everyone how to cook delicious essentials, simply. Sarah's fabulous recipes in I Quit Sugar: Kids Cookbook will help parents to ease their kids off sugar without their even noticing! She's compiled densely nutritious meals with no or very low sugar that are designed to be delicious, exciting and satisfying for our little people. In I Quit Sugar: Kids Cookbook you'll find various kid-friendly chapters, including: Breakfast for Brain Power: loads of clever ideas for starting your day Let's Party: delicious cakes, drinks, ice creams and Easter treats Grab 'n' Run: fun finger foods to keep the kids happy when out and about Lunch Box Ideas and Snacks: easy recipes that will save you time, money and angst. Plus tips on navigating your kids' tuckshop Same but Different: popular kids meals with an IQS twist When a Veggie is not a Veggie: sneaky (but delicious!) ways to get your kids eating densely nutritious foods without the fuss Written with all the care and knowledge you have come to expect from the I Quit Sugar team, this is the book that makes sugar-free cooking easier, less expensive and more creative.
Why do governments backtrack on major policy reforms? Reversals of pension privatization provide insight into why governments abandon potentially path-departing policy changes. Academics and policymakers will find this work relevant in understanding market-oriented reform, authoritarian and post-communist politics, and the politics of aging populations. The clear presentation and multi-method approach make the findings broadly accessible in understanding social security reform, an issue of increasing importance around the world. Survival analysis using global data is complemented by detailed case studies of reversal in Russia, Hungary, and Poland including original survey data. The findings support an innovative argument countering the conventional wisdom that more extensive reforms are more likely to survive. Indeed, governments pursuing moderate reform - neither the least nor most extensive reformers - were the most likely to retract. This lends insight into the stickiness of many social and economic reforms, calling for more attention to which reforms are reversible and which, as a result, may ultimately be detrimental.
Television adaptation of Thomas Hardy's classic novel, set in his fictional county of Wessex. Tess (Justine Waddell) is a poor maid who is sent to work for distant relatives following the death of her parents. She is pursued and eventually becomes pregnant by Alex D'Urberville (Jason Flemyng). Tess flees, and finds work as a milkmaid. She falls in love with the handsome Angel Clare (Oliver Milburn), who proposes marriage, but tragedy strikes when Tess decides to confess her past to him the night before their wedding.
Lyotard met Jacques Monory in 1972, and the text on him published at that time was the first that Lyotard dedicated to contemporary art since Discourse, Figure. Lyotard's interest in the plastic arts thus fits fully within the setting of his political preoccupations. The artist-protagonist stages the recurring motifs that fascinate Lyotard: the scene of the crime, the revolver, the woman, the victim, glaciers, deserts, stars. The atmosphere of the essays on Monory is "Californian." Monory's imaginary repertoire goes well beyond the masters of modernity and is in line rather with a "modern contemporary surrealism."
Both Lyotard and Monory live the dilemma of Americanization, the America represented by cinema, fashion, novels, music. It is in this atmosphere that Lyotard and Monory will finally evoke their supreme experience of difference: desire and fear, exultation and a profound malaise. The plastic universe of Monory and the aesthetic meditations of Lyotard are in perfect symbiosis. Sarah Wilson's epilogue thoroughly outlines both the history of a friendship and, at the same time, the intellectual and artistic climate of the 1970s."
'I lost weight and my skin changed, it cleared. But when I quit the white stuff, I also started to heal. I found wellness and the kind of energy and sparkle I had as a kid. I don't believe in diets or in making eating miserable.This plan and the recipes are designed for lasting wellness.'
Sarah Wilson was a self-confessed sugar addict, eating the equivalent of 25 teaspoons of sugar every day, before making the link between her sugar consumption and a lifetime of mood disorders, fluctuating weight issues, sleep problems and thyroid disease. She knew she had to make a change. What started as an experiment soon became a way of life, then a campaign to alert others to the health dangers of sugar.
I Quit Sugar uses Sarah's personal experience to help you:
Now in its twelfth edition, Todd & Wilson's Textbook on Trusts & Equity continues to strike the balance between introductory and more challenging texts. Carefully written with the student in mind, the text provides an accessible, yet intellectually stimulating, introduction to the subject. Sarah Wilson excels at writing in a clear and enthusiastic way, enlightening the more complex issues of trusts law without undue simplifications. The book is structured to reflect the content of a typical LLB course, and offers in-depth coverage of trusts law. Students are encouraged to critically engage with the material through real-life examples, key scholarship and current contextual and theoretical perspectives, including related commercial settings. Todd & Wilson's Textbook on Trusts & Equity engages with wider considerations, drawn from trusts scholarship and beyond, to provide an analysis of the subject which is not only rounded, but also designed to be stimulating and revelatory. Rigorously revised every two years, this book can be relied upon as one of the most up-to-date trusts texts available.
'Quitting sugar is not a diet. Quitting sugar is a way of living without processed food and eating like our great-grandparents used to.' With her internationally bestselling book, I Quit Sugar, Sarah Wilson helped tens of thousands of people around the world to kick the habit. In I Quit Sugar for Life, Sarah shows you how to be sugar-free for ever. Drawing on extensive research and her own tried and tested methods, Sarah has designed a programme to help families and individuals: *banish cravings by eating good fats and protein *deal with lapses *maximize nutrition with vegetables *exercise less for better results *detox safely *make sustainable food choices *cook sugar-free: one hundred and forty-eight desserts, cakes, kids' stuff, comfort dinners, breakfasts and easy packed lunches I Quit Sugar for Life is not just about kicking a habit; it's a complete wellness philosophy for your healthiest, calmest, happiest self.
New in paperback Sarah Wilson, bestselling author of I Quit Sugar, taught the world how to quit sugar in eight weeks, then how to quit sugar for life, incorporating mindful, sustainable, whole food practices. Now with I Quit Sugar: Simplicious she strips back to the essentials, simply and deliciously. She shows us: * How to shop, cook and eat without sugar and other processed foods * How to buy in bulk, freeze and preserve, with ease and without waste * How to use leftovers with flair All 306 recipes - from sweet treats to one-pot wonders and abundance bowls brimming with nutrients - expand our knowledge of age-old kitchen processes and tend to our profound need to be creative with food. Drawing on the latest nutrition research and kitchen hacks, this is the ultimate cooking guide for those who want sugar out of their life and are ready to embrace the life-affirming, health-giving, planet saving simpliciousness of real food.
"Music triggered a healing process from within me. I started singing for the joy of singing myself and it helped me carry my recovery beyond the state I was in before I fell ill nine years ago to a level of well-being that I haven't had perhaps for thirty years." This book explores the experiences of people who took part in a vibrant musical community for people experiencing mental health difficulties, SMART (St Mary Abbotts Rehabilitation and Training). Ansdell (a music therapist/researcher) and DeNora (a music sociologist) describe their long-term ethnographic work with this group, charting the creation and development of a unique music project that won the 2008 Royal Society for Public Health Arts and Health Award. Ansdell and DeNora track the 'musical pathways' of a series of key people within SMART, focusing on changes in health and social status over time in relation to their musical activity. The book includes the voices and perspectives of project members and develops with them a new understanding of how music promotes their health and wellbeing. A contemporary ecological understanding of 'music and change' is outlined, drawing on and further developing theory from music sociology and Community Music Therapy. This innovative book will be of interest to anyone working in the mental health field, but also music therapists, sociologists, musicologists, music educators and ethnomusicologists. This volume completes a three part 'triptych', alongside the other volumes, Music Asylums: Wellbeing Through Music in Everyday Life, and How Music Helps: In Music Therapy and Everyday Life.
This revelatory book focuses on a remarkable series of encounters between the most prominent French philosophers of the 1960s and 1970s-Sartre, Deleuze, Bourdieu, and Foucault among them-and the artists of their times, most particularly the protagonists of the Narrative Figuration movement. Each encounter involved either a mutual engagement or the writing of critical texts or catalogue prefaces-texts that illuminate not only the work of the artists but also the production of the philosopher-writer concerned. Although the protagonists of "French theory" are universally known and studied, their thought is presented without a sense of contiguity, chronology, or context in translation, while the artists with whom they engaged are virtually unknown outside the French-speaking world. This account restores the lived context of artistic production. What Bourdieu called "cultural competence" is seen to be essential for these particular philosophers, and Sarah Wilson shows that it is through them that the figurative art of 1970s France can be introduced to the audience it deserves.
A New York Times bestseller, "I Quit Sugar" is week-by-week guide
to quitting sugar to lose weight; boost energy; and improve your
looks, mood, and overall health, with 108 sugarfree recipes.
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