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Introducing "5 Ways To Get Through To Your DEPRESSION" - the ultimate guide for understanding and conquering depression. This insightful product takes you through the very first and most important step: accepting the reality of depression as a genuine illness. Say goodbye to the stigma surrounding mental health and embark on a journey towards healing and recovery.

28 Pages £0.99
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Make Eating Healthy A Lifestyle, Not A Duty
A healthy diet is important for a well-functioning body. However, it isn't as restrictive or as confusing as people imagine. Food is the source of energy that we consume to provide nutritional support and has a direct impact on our cognitive performance in every stage of life.

Your food choices each day affect your overall health and well-being. It has a significant impact on your mood and mental health. Hence, the type and amount of food you consume has a major impact on your body.

However, eating a healthy, balanced diet doesn't mean surviving solely on carrot juice, rabbit food and bird seed. All you have to do is really simple. Eat from a wide variety of food groups in the right quantities to maintain the energy and nutrients a healthy adult needs.

72 Pages £1.99
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Effortless Peak Productivity

This is the ultimate guide to help you triple your productivity, maximize your work output and get results fast. Productivity is the key ingredient to success.
You’ll be able to get more things done in less time.
The best part is, you will have more time and freedom for things that matter most. You'll feel less stressed and less overwhelmed, knowing that you can instantly get into the zone with some powerful productivity hacks.

pages 38 £1.99
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In this in-depth guide on happiness, you’re going to learn that your happiness isn’t dependent on money, career, or status in life. It starts with you.

Pages 37 £1.99
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If you’ve been keeping an eye on the fitness industry over the last few years, then you
might have noticed some interesting changes in attitude.

Whereas fitness was once all about exercise machines, supplements and low-fat diets;
today we’re starting to go back to our roots.

Basically, we’ve found that these ‘high tech’ methods of losing weight, improving health
and getting fitter just don’t work as well as they should. And this really comes down to
one simple truth: we can’t do better than nature.

Pages 51 £1.99
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Secret For Finding Happiness And Achieving Calmness To Live A Life Of Comfort That You Deserve!Introducing "Just Happiness Overflow Everyday"! Are you ready to be happy and relax your mind? In a world full of uncertainty, it's essential to find peace and harmony.

Now, you can dramatically improve your quality of life through happiness! With this incredible product, you will discover the secrets to living a life of comfort and achieving calmness. Say goodbye to stress and hello to a more fulfilling life. Don't miss out on this opportunity to fully equip yourself with the "must know" secrets for finding happiness. Start your journey towards a happier and more relaxed you today!

Pages 24 £0.99
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Sure, here are some fun facts about fun facts:

1. Oldest Recorded Fun Fact: The term "fun fact" was first recorded in the 1970s. It's relatively new in the grand scheme of language.

2. Fun Facts Are Informative: Fun facts are meant to be both entertaining and educational. They often contain interesting or surprising pieces of information.

3. Diverse Topics: Fun facts can cover a wide range of topics, from history and science to pop culture and trivia. They cater to various interests.

4. Social Icebreakers: Fun facts are often used as conversation starters or icebreakers in social situations. Sharing a quirky fact can make you more interesting at parties.

5. Internet Popularity: With the rise of the internet, websites and social media pages dedicated to fun facts have become quite popular. They provide a daily dose of trivia.

6. Brain Teasers: Fun facts can also be used as brain teasers or riddles. Some require you to think critically or solve puzzles.

7. Cross-Cultural Appeal: Fun facts can be enjoyed by people from all walks of life and different cultures. They have universal appeal.

8. Books and Trivia Games: There are books and trivia games dedicated to fun facts. As an author, you might consider writing a book on interesting facts.

9. Famous Factoid: Some fun facts become famous, such as the fact that honey never spoils. These tidbits endure in our collective knowledge.

10. Fact-Checking: It's important to verify fun facts before sharing them. In the age of fake news, accuracy matters even when it comes to trivia.

I hope you find these fun facts entertaining! If you'd like to learn more, just buy me.
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Dog Owners Guide Book Its Easy If You Do It Smart
Dogs are believed to be descendants of wild wolves. They were the first wild animal to be
tamed. Ancient man probably brought home cub wolves to raise as pets. The pet wolves
were also useful in driving away bears and other wild animals.

One of the oldest known breed of dogs is the Salukis, which were bred by Egyptians thousands of years ago as hunting dogs. Greyhounds and Dalmatians are also among the oldest breeds documented.

Pages 42 £1.99
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Of course! Here are some easy-to-understand fun facts for you:

1. Honey never spoils. Archaeologists have found pots of honey in ancient Egyptian tombs that are over 3,000 years old and still perfectly edible.

2. Bananas are berries, but strawberries are not. In botanical terms, bananas qualify as berries, while strawberries are considered aggregate fruits.

3. Octopuses have three hearts. Two of them pump blood to the gills, while the third heart pumps oxygenated blood to the rest of the body.

4. The Eiffel Tower can be 15 cm taller during the summer due to the expansion of the iron in the heat.

4. Bees can recognize human faces. Research has shown that bees can be trained to associate pictures of human faces with sugary treats.

5. The shortest war in history was between Britain and Zanzibar on August 27, 1896. It lasted just 38 minutes.

6. A group of flamingos is called a "flamboyance." These vibrant birds certainly live up to the name!

7. The world's largest desert is not the Sahara but Antarctica. A desert is defined by its low precipitation, and Antarctica fits the bill.

I hope you find these fun facts entertaining! If you'd like to learn more, just buy me.
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Introducing "Herbal Remedy Secrets" - your ultimate guide to choosing herbal products, unlocking the power of aromatherapy, and finding relief with a comprehensive symptoms guide. With this all-in-one resource, you'll discover the secrets of herbal remedies and learn how to effectively incorporate them into your daily routine.

From understanding the benefits of different herbs to creating your own herbal recipes, this invaluable guide will empower you to take control of your health and well-being. Say goodbye to synthetic medications and embrace the natural healing properties of herbal remedies with "Herbal Remedy Secrets."

Pages 102 £2.99
2.99 £
Discover a treasure trove of fascinating tidbits with the "No Bullshit Guide to Fun Facts." Packed with quirky information, this entertaining book will take you on an exciting journey through the world of curious and mind-boggling facts.

From bizarre historical events to mind-blowing scientific discoveries, this guide is your ultimate companion for sparking conversations and impressing friends. Get ready to dive into a world of knowledge and endless entertainment!
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Plant Based Eating!
In this book, you will learn about plant-based nutrition, the research about it and how you can successfully transition into a plant-based nutrition. You will also find some recipes to kick-start your journey and find answers to questions that might be limiting you in your transition to a plant-based nutrition.

Follow These Simple Steps To Achieve Optimal Health, Lose Weight And Increase Your Energy!

Pages 47 £1.99
1.99 £
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