CRAZY-GOOD LIVING: Healthy Gums, Healthy Gut, Healthy Life

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The definitive guide for fueling your body to fight disease.

Feeling great? Feeling lousy? Whatever you’re feeling, CRAZY-GOOD LIVING: Healthy Gums, Healthy Gut, Healthy Life can improve your health from the inside out. It’s the only book written by a DDS/Medicine Practitioner who has proven the cellular connection between primal eating and health. An ancient diet saved his life after he switched from “healthy eating” to eating more like our ancestors. And his supercharged Ancient Nutrition Plan has worked wonders for some of his most severely disease-stricken patients.

Lots of books give a few good reasons for returning to a simpler way of eating. More still offer some dietary tips and recipes. NONE has offered all that plus first-hand scientific studies–documented proof for how and why primal nutrition works–and could one day save your life. Written by Periodontist, Certified Primal Health Care Coach, and Certified Functional Medical Practitioner Alvin H. Danenberg, it is destined to become a classic in the field of healthful living.

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MINI-REVIEW: “Considering that the mouth is the ‘on-ramp’ to digestive health and well-being, it’s about time we had a sound and inspiring nutrition guide devoted to oral health and overall Crazy-Good Living! Thank you, Dr. Danenberg!” – Kathie Madonna Swift, M.S., R.D.N., L.D.N., F.A.N.D., Author, The Inside Tract and The Swift Diet

MINI-REVIEW: “In CRAZY-GOOD LIVING! Dr. Danenberg shows us that good oral health depends not just on brushing and flossing, but on the same things that determine our overall health—in particular, a nutrient-dense diet and healthy gut bacteria. This book is a must-read for anyone that wants to improve their dental or periodontal health.” – Chris Kresser, M.S., L.Ac, Author, NY Times Bestseller, The Paleo Cure

MINI-REVIEW: “Dr. Danenberg blows the lid off the common belief that declining health after middle-age is ‘normal.’ With the latest leading-edge science supporting him, Dr. Al deftly lays out a plan that anyone of any age can follow with confidence to restore his own whole body health. This book is a gift; decades of experience and wisdom packed into a concise and affordable easy-to-read action plan. If you’ve ever felt trapped or lost with your own health conditions, Dr. Danenberg may have your answers: I can’t recommend him and his book highly enough. – Keith Rhys, Chief Strategic Officer, Rhys Media Partners

MINI-REVIEW: “Dr. Danenberg is to be commended for writing a very readable and practical guide to a set of lifestyle changes that are likely to be able to produce benefits for so many. With obesity, diabetes and inflammatory conditions now so prevalent, it’s clear something has gone badly wrong with the way we’re living … The advice within this book can allow you to take back a large measure of control over your well-being; enjoy the read, the recipes, and good health to you!” – Ian Spreadbury, PhD

MINI-REVIEW: “We are fans of Alvin Danenberg, DDS, and his research about the importance of nutrient-dense foods for lifelong dental health. Science now shows clearly that lifestyle factors, such as nutrition and management of stressors in an individual’s life, are the best predictors of genetic health, and that includes dental health. Read Crazy-Good Living! and you will not want to eat junk, processed foods ever again! – Scott E. Miners, Editor, Well Being Journal

MINI-REVIEW: “The best healthy-living book I’ve ever read–hands down! If you don’t dramatically improve your health after reading this book, you cheated. The best in its field.” – D. J. Herda, Author, Editor, Syndicated Columnist

MINI-REVIEW: “When it comes to knowing his stuff (and being able to explain it to lay people), Dr. Danenberg is at the top of the heap. I’ve learned so much from his book, I’ll always be grateful. It has changed my life!” – Don Bacue, Executive Editor, Elektra Press

MINI-REVIEW: “If you were to set all the health books ever written end-to-end, they would still come up short of CRAZY-GOOD LIVING! This is a book filled with facts, common sense, new scientific principles, and easy-to-prepare recipes that will literally change your life! Five stars all the way.” – Jon Peterson, Health and Garden Writer

 

Authors Guild Petitions SCOTUS on Google Copying

Today, the Authors Guild, the nation’s largest and oldest society of professional writers, filed a petition with the Supreme Court of the United States requesting that it review a lower court ruling that allowed Google, Inc. to copy millions of copyright-protected books without asking for authors’ permission or paying them. At stake, the Guild claims, is the right of authors to determine what becomes of their works in the digital age. Read the full press release here.Additionally, to coincide with the Supreme Court petition, we’ve put together a sequence of questions and answers highlighting why it’s so crucial for the future of authorship and copyright law that the high Court weigh in to redress the Second Circuit’s misinterpretation of fair use. You can find the Q&A here.

Source: Authors Guild Petitions Supreme Court to Rule on Google Copying Millions of Books Without Permission – The Authors Guild

Bush 41 Jabs at Cheney, Rumsfeld

As an ex-president, George H.W. Bush has generally maintained a respectful silence regarding later administrations. But now he’s speaking out, criticizing some big names, and not in ways you might expect. As revealed in the new Jon Meacham biography, “Destiny And Power: The American Odyssey Of George Herbert Walker Bush,” the 41st president has some harsh words for the actions of his son’s administration.

In particular, he objects to how Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld reacted to 9/11. He feels they were too hawkish, taking a harsh, inflexible stance that tarnished America’s reputation around the world.

Source: EXCLUSIVE: HW Bush jabs at Cheney, Rumsfeld in new book | Fox News

New Books: Vatican Mismanagement, Excess

The Vatican faced fresh accusations of mismanagement, excess and resistance to change as details from two new books emerged Tuesday, a day after the Holy See announced the arrest of two insiders on suspicion of leaking internal information. The allegations in the books suggest a mix of formidable forces confront Pope Francis as he seeks to reform a Vatican bureaucracy long shrouded in secrecy and charged for years with being inefficient and lacking in transparency.

The Washington Post obtained an early copy of “Avarice: Documents Revealing Wealth, Scandals and Secrets of Francis’ Church” by Italian journalist Emiliano Fittipaldi of L’Espresso, which delves into the details of suspect accounts in the Vatican Bank, big spending by cardinals and the “saint making factory” of the Holy See.

Source: New books allege mismanagement, excess at the Vatican – The Washington Post

From Trump’s Book: ‘Crippled America’

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s new book, entitled “Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again,” is set for release on Nov. 3. In it, the billionaire businessman explains why he believes America should elect him president. Among the hot-button issues Trump addresses in the book are the Obama administration’s nuclear agreement with Iran, immigration reform, religious liberty, gun control and terrorism.Below are some of the forthcoming book’s best quotes, based on an advanced copy obtained by NBC News: HARDBALL WITH CHRIS MATTHEWS, 10/29/15, 7:53 PM ETGloria Steinem weighs in on Donald TrumpOn unemployment: “The illegal immigrants … have taken jobs that should go to people here legally, while over 20 percent of Americans are currently unemployed.”

Source: Best bits from Donald Trump’s new book ‘Crippled America’ | MSNBC

Witchy Woman

Author Stacy Schiff

It started with a prickling sensation on their skin. Then Abigail Williams, 11, and her cousin Betty Parris, 9, complained of feeling pinches and bites. They howled, writhed, went rigid and spoke gibberish. Friends and neighbors gathered in their house to pray and sing psalms.

Weeks later, a well-meaning neighbor hit on a solution. She ordered a household servant to make a witch cake, mixing the girls’ urine into rye flour that was baked in embers, then fed to a dog, in an attempt to reveal who had bewitched them. Within days, Abigail and Betty named three local women as their tormentors.

Source: Stacy Schiff’s ‘The Witches’ Shines a Torch on Salem Trials – The New York Times

Scott Schulman Out at Rodale

After two years as Rodale’s president, Scott Schulman will be leaving the company by the end of the month. Maria Rodale will be taking a more active role in managing the activity of the company, says a spokesperson.

“Maria will be returning to a more active role in the day-to-day management of the company and, in anticipation of her increased involvement, she and Scott Schulman have mutually agreed not to renew his contract,” the spokesperson told Folio:.Schulman’s departure was first reported at the New York Post.

Maria Rodale ran the company for about four years after Steven Pleshette Murphy stepped down from his president and CEO role in 2009. Schulman was hired in October 2013.”We’re at a place where the company is healthy,” Maria Rodale told Folio: in October 2013 when she hired Schulman. “I’m not as concerned with the day-to-day operating of the brands. I’m more concerned about how we prepare for the future.

“Subsequently, Rodale took a broader strategic role, but has now changed her tune.

Source: Scott Schulman Out at Rodale – Folio:

Carney Tells What NYT Didn’t

If you read the recent New York Times article about Amazon’s culture, you remember that quote. Attributed to Bo Olson, the image of countless employees crying at their desks set the tone for a front-page story that other media outlets described as “scathing,” “blistering,” “brutal” and “harsh.” Olson’s words were so key to the narrative the Times wished to construct that they splashed them in large type just below the headline.Here’s what the story didn’t tell you about Mr. Olson: his brief tenure at Amazon ended after an investigation revealed he had attempted to defraud vendors and conceal it by falsifying business records. When confronted with the evidence, he admitted it and resigned immediately.

Source: What The New York Times Didn’t Tell You — Medium

Appellate Affirms Google Book Search

The U.S Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has affirmed a 2013 lower court ruling that Google’s library book scanning project is protected by fair use and is not copyright infringement. The suit, The Authors Guild vs. Google filed by the Authors Guild in 2005, charged Google with copyright infringement for scanning millions of titles and making them available via libraries and making snippets of the titles available via on-line search.

Rejecting the Authors Guild’s appeal of Judge Denny Chin’s 2013 ruling in favor of Google, the Second Circuit said that Google’s scanning and distribution of the titles to libraries was a “transformative use which augments public knowledge by making available information about Plaintiff’s books.” The court rejected the Guild’s contention that Google was providing a substitute for the works themselves, holding that the public display of text is limited. The court also supported Google’s use of “snippets,” short passages displayed to help identify the works, and noted that “Google’s commercial nature and profit motivation do not justify denial of fair use.”

Finally, the court wrote that Google’s distribution of digital copies to participating libraries “is non-infringing, and the mere speculative possibility that the libraries might allow use of their copies in an infringing manner does not make Google a contributory infringer.”

Source: Appeals Court Affirms Google Book Search is Fair Use

Suit: Judge Jeanine Disregarded “Truth and Accuracy”

Jeanine Pirro, the Westchester County district attorney turned television judge, is less than three weeks away from the release date of what she hopes will be a blockbuster book: “He Killed Them All: Robert Durst and My Quest for Justice.” The book is not available yet, but promotional material promises that it will reveal “stunning, previously unknown secrets about the crimes”

Mr. Durst, the peculiar scion of a New York real estate family, is accused of committing. Those crimes include the 1982 disappearance of his first wife and the 2000 murder of a former confidante in Los Angeles. In 2000, Ms. Pirro’s office reopened the 18-year-old inquiry into his wife Kathleen’s disappearance.

Durst’s story is stuffed with details — enormous wealth, a murder mystery, cross-dressing, the dismemberment of an elderly neighbor whose head is still missing, a second wife who lives with one of his lawyers — that have inspired books, television specials, a feature film and an Emmy Award-winning documentary, “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst.”

Source: Suit Claims Ex-Prosecutor Disregarded ‘Truth and Accuracy’ in Book on Robert Durst – The New York Times