Heart Healthy Meals: Nutritional Benefits of Super Foods and How to Prepare for Every Day Living Take an entree of Sweet Coconut Crusted Salmon, serve with a cheese creamy Cauliflower and Broccoli Salad, and top it off with Dark Chocolate Truffles. If this doesn't sound like a normal heart healthy meal, get ready for more of the same. This creative book of heart healthy meal recipes is designed with the skeptic in mind. Times have changed since low fat diets meant eating meals that were as bland as cardboard, and just about as aromatic. It is time to recondition your mind and discover a new twist in healthy meal ideas and healthy foods to eat. Not only will you find many of the super foods that you have heard so much about, but also, some interesting facts behind them. Healthy tasty recipes, including them all, can get you started on your own creative venture in making your own version of quick and luscious meals.
Local Government Fiscal Health reinvigorates the debates around the monitoring, reporting, assessment and management of local government fiscal stress, bankruptcy, and state takeovers. The book provides both a solid conceptual basis for understanding the sources and causes behind local government fiscal stress and crisis, as well as tools for monitoring, reporting, and addressing such crises. Based on theoretical frameworks as well as empirical evidence and case studies, it also addresses such issues as the impact of GASB 34 and GASB 45 on the assessment of and policies to address fiscal stress and crisis. Ideal for students of Public Policy and Public Administration, the book seeks to both advance the state of the field in terms of research and frameworks around fiscal stress in local government as well as provide an assessment of the tools, monitoring practices and state and local policies that are used to address situations of fiscal stress. Key Features: Gathers current thinking and research on the topic for use by academics and students, and updates classic works on fiscal stress and fiscal distress by Terry Clark, Charles Levine, and others. Provides a desk reference for practitioners, especially now that fiscal health is again at the forefront of people's attention. Provides coverage of the full range of concerns and concepts relevant to defining and measuring fiscal health. Provides comprehensive coverage of the many environmental and organizational factors influencing fiscal health. Fill gaps/provide a complement to existing material such as the Honadle et al. Fiscal Health book and the ICMA Financial Trends Monitoring System book. reinvigorates the debates around the monitoring, reporting, assessment and management of local government fiscal stress, bankruptcy, and state takeovers.
Extremely reader friendly and completely up to date, THE SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH, ILLNESS, AND HEALTH CARE: A CRITICAL APPROACH, 6e delivers a comprehensive, cutting-edge overview and challenges readers to question previously held beliefs about health and illness. Dr. Weitz's thorough discussions of health and medicine emphasize the effects of power and how social forces create illness, affect our ideas about the meaning of illness and disability, structure health care institutions, and impact the work and social position of health care workers. While the text focuses on health within the United States, it also examines global health care issues.