American Women Didn’t Get Fat in the 1950s: Diet Secrets From Slimmer Times

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Hillstock, LLC #ad - Also included are vintage uS government food recommendations and an examination of the psychological climate and marketing practices to women in the 50s. You'll find suggestions for integrating "outdated" healthy practices and attitudes into your diet to combat and replace the toxic practices and processed foods prevalent today often mistaken for "progress.

This heavily researched ebook contains linked citations, scans of vintage source materials and sample 1950s diet menus. Diet" literally means "the kinds of food that a person, or community habitually eats, animal, " and by applying the 1950s diet to her own life author Averyl Hill lost sixteen pounds and four inches around her waist and has kept it off years later.

American Women Didn't Get Fat in the 1950s: Diet Secrets From Slimmer Times #ad - In 1960 the average American woman was 63. 1. Today she is 63. 8. What did women know or practice back then that kept them immune from an obesity epidemic? Could it be a matter of simply not consuming high fructose corn syrup or fast food? Not so fast. It gives you tools to help facilitate healthy choices about how you eat, move and think about food, weight-loss and overall fitness.

High fructose corn syrup consumed? None! Now, on average, women of all ages are, overweight. Going backwards can mean forward thinking!Please note that this book does not contain recipes. Unlike fad weight loss diets today that haven't made us any slimmer, the 1950s diet worked for millions of American women-- a decade of hard evidence is hard to dispute-- and we can learn to adopt it again today!

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1950s Housewife: Marriage and Homemaking in the 1950s

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The History Press #ad - Women were expected to create a spotless home, delicious meals, and an inviting bedroom. A nostalgic look at what it was like to be a housewife in the 1950sBeing a housewife in the 1950s was quite different than today. From the perils of "courting" to the inevitable list of wedding gifts to the household tips that any self-respecting new wife should know, this book collects heartwarming personal anecdotes from women who embarked on married life during this fascinating post-war period, providing a trip down memory lane for any wife or child of the 1950s.

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Classic Household Hints: Over 500 Old and New Tips for a Happier Home

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ABRAMS #ad - An illustrated, nostalgic how-to guide to achieving a clean, organized, and happy home—with over 500 retro tips and tricks!   Return your household to the simpler times of yesteryear with this delightful guide full of time- and money-saving tips on everything from cleaning and organizing your home to buying and handling food.

Even in an age of endless new household products and devices, these old-fashioned, tried-and-true methods can help any homeowner keep a cleaner, happier home. A thoroughly researched compendium of the best american home life tips from the 1920s through the ’60s, fascinating sidebars, full-color illustrations, Classic Household Hints is filled with useful information, and quotes—providing practical help as well as fun for housekeepers and neat freaks everywhere.

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Chic & Slim: How Those Chic French Women Eat All That Rich Food And Still Stay Slim

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The Anne Barone Company #ad - After a quarter century struggling with excess weight, in her mid-20s, Anne Barone used techniques she learned from chic French women to lose 55 pounds. In chic & slim, no matter where you live, you can eat as well, Anne Barone shows you how, yet stay as slim as chic French women. With her chic & slim system — her translation of those techniques designed for life outside France — she has stayed slim more than 40 years.

. Few go to a gym. How do those chic french women eat all that chocolate, cheese and pastry — and all that delicious French bread — and still stay slim? They don't count calories. Is their slimming secret chic personal style? in chic & slim: How Those Chic French Women Eat All That Rich Food And Still Stay Slim, author Anne Barone shares French secrets to dressing chic and staying slim.

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The Frugal Life: How a Family Can Live Under $30,000 and Thrive

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#ad - In this day and age with housing prices and rents skyrocketing, how can a family live on a small paycheck? Let's look at ways this family has lived on an average of $30, 000 to $38, 000 for years and lived very well and happy. I will show you my daily life and choices that have created such an easy life and help to not only live frugally but create and build wealth.

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Return of the Old Fashioned Housewife: Advice on homemaking, urban homesteading, and a simpler life

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#ad - This book is a compilation of over a year of writing on homemaking, creating household budgets, buying a home on one income, and the very beginnings of backyard farming in a small city. Revised and updated. It is from a blog that was created to inspire and share life as a housewife and mother and ways to do it all in the easiest and most enjoyable way possible.

Return of the Old Fashioned Housewife: Advice on homemaking, urban homesteading, and a simpler life #ad - It is about mixing the delights of the modern life with the slower pace of the old fashioned to create balance and heart in the home and with the family.

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The Homecraft Book: The 1940's domestic guide

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Pillar International Publishing #ad - By times hilarious, by times disconcerting but always entertaining, it offers bite-sized ampoules of advice on the subjects of house, health, beauty and dress. Press for the homecraft bookthe examiner:“a handbook for saving the planet”“you’ll have the price of the book paid back in no time”“a right good read”woman’s way“Vintage advice”The Irish Times Online Book Reviews“Think life was easier in 1945? … discover a world of congested scalps, RTE Radio 1“Fascinating and Fun”“I love this woman’s approach”“I was really impressed…the more I read, swollen knuckles and furred kettles”Today with Sean O’Rourke, the more I enjoyed it.

The Homecraft Book: The 1940's domestic guide #ad - Some of the ideas really did work. She holds her own”“simple but ingenious”“entertaining and great fun to try them out”. First published in 1945, this book is a compendium of advice across a myriad of subjects for the post-war woman, wife and mother.

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The Good Wife's Guide: Embracing Your Role as a Help Meet

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Time-Warp Wife Ministries #ad - In supporting our husbands and living in unity we reflect God's blueprint for marriage. In the good wife's guide author Darlene Schacht encourages women to joyfully serve their families. It reminds women that they were created with a specific purpose in mind, which is that of being a help meet. As well she provides readers with detailed cleaning and organizing schedules for practical application.

The Good Wife's Guide: Embracing Your Role as a Help Meet #ad - The good wife's guide encourages women to make faith and family their first priorities from a place of sacrificial love. In doing so she offers reasons for achieving a well-managed home backed by scripture and gleaned from experience.

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Home Economics: Vintage Advice and Practical Science for the 21st-Century Household

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Quirk Books #ad - In this amazing collection of clever wisdom and practical advice drawn from vintage home-economics textbooks, you’ll find everything you need to get back to basics and run a healthy and happy household. Home economics covers all the categories of delightful domesticity:           •  health & safety      •  gardening & hygiene      •  cookery & Decoration      •  Cleaning & Etiquette      •  Design & Recipes      •  Manners & Crafts   Rediscover the art and science of keeping house—economically! .

Housekeeping is becoming more and more a matter of science, and the laurels are bound to fall to the woman who conducts her household in a business-like way. Let the thrifty sensibility of yesteryear be your guide as you shop for the most economical foods, choose wall colors scientifically, look your best without breaking the bank, clean with natural products, and budget your way to frugal efficiency.

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The Homemade Housewife: The last book you will ever need on homemaking and frugal living

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#ad - This is a homemaker that knows her stuff and wants to help you live a wonderful lifestyle in a sustainable and inexpensive way. No matter what budget you are working with, disability, fixed income, a military salary, one income family. There is so much advice here. Then she had all these recipes for scratch cooking, safety proofing the house, homeschools, and great nutrition, and even homemade cosmetics! She could even help you with the children and create free home based playgrounds, household cleaners, and making emergency kits.

Even the frugal veteran might pick up a thing or two. Let her share all this good stuff with you. Wow, what a handy friend! Well, she's right here. How about buying a home and fixing it up on a budget? She has done it all and raised a family on one small income and managed to keep her homemaking position for years.

The Homemade Housewife: The last book you will ever need on homemaking and frugal living #ad - Revised and Updated. She would even show you how to decorate a home from garage sales and dress well from thrift stores. What if you had a friend that had all sorts of advice on homemaking, budgeting, being frugal but wanting for nothing and homeschooling? What if this friend could show you how to create a household budget from A to Z that would cut your bills in half.

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The Good Wife Guide: 19 Rules for Keeping a Happy Husband

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Cider Mill Press #ad - A man’s home is his castle, and as such, he should be treated like a king. And this fun, retro volume shows wives how to keep his royal highness happy. When he returns home from his demanding job, a man rightfully deserves a bit of pampering. A happy smile, a warm kiss, and a pair of cozy slippers are just the start.

The Good Wife Guide: 19 Rules for Keeping a Happy Husband #ad - Here are all the secrets for helping him feel comfortable and content: advice on cooking from scratch, the lowdown on why a clean home makes hubby feel better, and valuable hints on making yourself more attractive to him. It's a great and humorous gift for brides-to-be or happily married wives, for Valentine’s Day, and bridal showers and bachelorette parties.

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