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Very difficult to take this seriously when it is based on fundamentally flawed beliefs/suppositions. Read morePublished 5 days ago by SimonM
I couldn't get past the first chapter in this book because, like many others, I was expecting to read about diet cults and how to avoid them, not a lesson in joining a new one. Read morePublished 17 days ago by MJ
I was expecting it to be an eye opening book about all the "diet cults" out there, but instead it is a book down playing other diets while selling his own version. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brenda Sanker
Interesting perspective on most mainstream dietary movements.Published 1 month ago by Andrew Mazzola
This book offers an interesting read with some cool background and history. The author's explanation revamped the reputation of the potato.Published 1 month ago by Jeremy Malchow
I found this book informative, though it has a strange blend of strengths and weaknesses. The introduction was bizarre, and the author has a habit of assembling "case... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ToShop
Fantastic book. A true skeptic at work calling into question the bias of conviction entrenched in most eating philosophies. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Andrew Teage O'Connor
Fitzgerald is certainly correct that there are a lot of goofy diets out there, many of which contradict each other. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lillian A. Anderson
Got this out of the library, and I enjoyed it very much. I'm already changing the way I'm eating today. A very well written book. Not one use of the word "yummy".Published 6 months ago by a reader