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Waistland, the (R)Evolutionary Science behind Our Weight and Fitness Crisis, (first edition), Deirdre Barrett, PhD., W.W. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Fred Meadow
Very interesting read...lots of information in one book.
Some of the things covered:
- Effects of television (and advertising) - on both adults and children
- Keeps... Read more
This was actually an excellent read. It was very entertaining and informative. It has given me the motivation I needed to "Stop the Madness" and only eat real food....Published on July 15, 2011 by Lori Boston
I never would have thought that the instincts we've developed during evolution would also drive us to high levels of obesity. Read morePublished on July 7, 2010 by Minty Fresh
Her findings and advice are revolutionary and enlightening. Her notion of rejecting supernormal stimuli and recalibrating our tastebuds is sorely needed.Published on July 2, 2010 by Evaughn
Whether you are just trying to understand why our society is in such bad shape physically or looking for the best advice scientific research generates on weight loss or excercise,... Read morePublished on July 1, 2010 by Richard Aru
"Think of our nearest relatives, the great apes" (page 14), Oh, really.
If you want to get some one sick, lace it with rat poison; if you want to add more old veggies to the... Read more
This book was recommended to us by our doctor. If you're interested in improving your health through changing your eating habits, this is a good book to read!Published on December 7, 2007 by D. Horne
Overall this is a great book. Makes some good points about our evolutionary heritage, the truth about the cult of thin, and that will-power is indeed necessary and possible in... Read morePublished on September 14, 2007 by Rachel M. Cullar