Dr. Oz fans are endlessly curious about what he and his family eat. They assume that the family of "America's Doctor" must live on a diet of broccoli and bean sprouts and be sworn martyrs in the church of joyless nutrient consumption. This couldn't be further from the truth. The Oz family (including Lisa's husband Mehmet) love food. It just has to be good food–not processed, artificially flavored or filled with empty calories. The Ozes understand the power of food and its ability to heal, and in The Oz Family Kitchen they will, for the first time, share their knowledge, passion and recipes.
For the first time in our history, scientists are uncovering astounding medical evidence about dieting. Now Michael Roizen and Mehmet Oz translate this cutting-edge information to help you shave inches off your waist, by giving you the best weapon against fat: Knowledge. Through their signature entertaining style, Drs Roizen and Oz teach you about your body – how and why it stores calories, burns fat, and reacts to the foods you test your body with. Ultimately, they give you the Plan and formulas that will help you lose up to two inches from your waist in two weeks on your way to your ideal size.
"I've witnessed firsthand how The Daniel Plan transforms lives through the power of movement and healthy eating."
Dr. Mehmet Oz, The Dr. Oz Show
Des vagues de jazz, de classique et de musique bretonne caressent « La plage » que le pianiste Didier Squiban parcourt en quartet. Didier Squiban avait d’abord pensé appeler son nouvel album « Da lec’h all » (« Autres directions» en breton) : « Ça aurait été symbolique de ce disque où je change de cap tout en me rapprochant de mes origines jazz avec la formule sax-contrebassebatterie-piano ». Finalement, il est resté fidèle à son principe de baptiser ses opus du nom du lieu où il les a enregistrés (« Molène », « Porz Gwenn », etc…). « La plage » dont il est question ici n’est pas une étendue de sable mais une guinguette située à Pléchâtel, sur la Vilaine.
An antipodean cosmic space music odyssey from 1966 to now! Featuring Russell Morris, Tame Impala, Cybotron, Sons of the Vegetal Mother and more. After two years of extensive crate-digging and foraging, UK psychedelic DJ duo the Amorphous Androgynous return with the latest installment in their award winning series 'A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble (Exploding In Your Mind) - The Wizards Of Oz'. As the title suggests, 'The Wizards Of Oz' is devoted exclusively to the rich heritage of cosmic space music from Australia and New Zealand. In keeping with previous volumes of this acclaimed series, it traces the lineage from the sixties to the present day, re-appraising the meaning of the term 'psychedelic' along the way, The tracks are expertly woven and mashed together to form a trip as enjoyable as it is both enlightening and educational.