Sunday, January 30, 2011

More Books

We've been blessed by having an abundance of animal protein in our diets, but as things continue to change, some of us may be forced to alter our diets. If you are forced to limit or even eliminate animal proteins, you'll be basically on a vegetarian diet.

There are things you need to be aware of and take into consideration when faced with this possibility. You'll need to make sure your nutritional needs are met, and this book can help you adjust your diet as needed.

Click on the book cover to be taken to the download site. Click the title below the cover to read the synopsis over at

Vegetarian Nutrition

Need to know what knot to tie for a particular purpose, and how to tie it?

The Complete Guide To Knots And Knot Tying

And a little self defense thrown in.

The Complete Book Of Wrist Locks

I'm not sure about this last book. It is kinda amateurish, but you be the judge.


Radio Bloger said...

Well over 25 years as a vegetarian, I won’t miss a beat, I also use the storage and rotate (at least some of it).

I may be forced the other way and will prepare as needed and adapt as needed.

Shy Wolf said...

I'm not familiar with the grandmaster, but one thing about joint locks is that the best are the simplest to apply- such as turning the wrist and rolling it with a downward pull will bring most people to their knees- as illustrated by the pictures on the cover.

Catman said...

Hey Radio,

My kid is a vegetarian and has been for the past 6 years. Congratulations on your 25 years!


I got into too many fights when I was a kid, so the only martial art my parents would permit me to participate in was Judo. We practiced some very effective joint locks. Thanks for coming by!

What if it's today? - A survivalist's blog said...

The knots book is a good one as know tying is really an essential item to know. When someone is tying a load down on their truck it's always obvious who knows how to tie and who doesn't!