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Guess its a wife's purchase with my account. Don't know about it.Published 2 days ago by Parker23se
Eye opening account of what we should and should not be eating.Published 4 days ago by Howard Garson
My only problem with this book is the vocabulary I don't have that's needed to easily understand everything. I'm sure a biochemist would breeze through this.Published 7 days ago by greg
Excellent read! Provides a superb summary of the dangers of applying anthropomorphism to individual health and welfare through a well though analysis of the US's approach to CHD.Published 11 days ago by Russell F. Nunley
I am usually very interested in health-related books; however, this one was a difficult read for me as it went into great detail about the myriad of experiments conducted over time... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Beverly Ann McCall
Maybe the most important, well researched book of the last 10 years. This is very, very important information!Published 27 days ago by Scott
Very compressive and informative. If you are interested learning how we got to the obesity and diabestious epidemic, you should read Good Calories, Bad Calories.Published 1 month ago by Donald W Burns
A must read! This is the correct science to support what we should be eating! A well formulated, high fat, low carb, moderate protein diet. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rachel Wemple