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MadeGlobal's History in a Nutshell Series aims to give readers a good grounding in a historical topic in a concise, easily digestible and easily accessible way. Tudor histories are rife with "facts" about Henry VIII's life and health, but as a medical anthropologist, Kyra Kramer, author of Blood Will Tell, has learned one should never take those "facts" at face value. In Henry VIII's Health in a Nutshell, Kramer highlights the various health issues that Henry suffered throughout his life and proposes a few new theories for their causes, based on modern medical findings. Known for her readability and excellent grasp of the intricacies of modern medical diagnostics, Kyra Kramer gives the reader a new understanding of Henry VIII's health difficulties, and provides new insights into their possible causes.
Grandma's Guide to Healthy Eating on a Budget - Healthy Old-Time and Traditional Recipes From All Over The World Table of Contents Introduction Old-Style Eating Versus New Style Eating Tips For Healthy Food Serving Harvest Stew Fish With Tomato Spinach salad Traditional Salad Recipe Beef in Ginger Spiced Chicken Wings Mixed Vegetables Garlic Prawns Duck in Orange Sauce Beef Casserole Fried Fish Tandoori Chicken Okra in Tomato Sauce Kofta Curry Sukiyaki Managing Your Tomato Harvest Traditional Onion Bread Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction We are at the beginning of a new era in food. If grandma had the financial resources, she made sure that her table was stocked with lots and lots of food, starting with soup, meat, vegetables, fruit and sweetmeats. A more frugal grandma would look at the limited ingredients in her garden, and in her kitchen and use her creativity to make a delicious meal as often as she could to feed her hungry brood. Cooking was an art, in olden days, especially when traditional cooks knew all about the effect of different foods on your body and system. In Korea and in many parts of the East, including China, the Royal family had special cooks who were half doctors themselves. They knew all about the internal system of each and every member of the royal family, and used special ingredients and cooking methods in order to keep their systems working properly and in a healthy manner. That is when the art of cooking was at its zenith; cooking to keep healthy and eating nutritious food.