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Genocide: How Your Doctor's Dietary Ignorance Will Kill You!!!! Paperback – March 7, 2008
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About the Author
James E. Carlson attained degrees in biochemistry and cellular physiology from Cornell University before receiving his medical degree from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury. The chief resident at Delaware Valley Medical Center in Langhorn, Pennsylvania, he later obtained a master's of business with an emphasis on healthcare economics and physician practice management from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. He holds a juris doctorate, with an emphasis in healthcare law from Concord University School of Law, located in Los Angeles, California. Currently, he is in a private medical practice in Port Jefferson Station, New York.
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It is a good general book to start your journey of discovery into the wild and wonderful world of how our food is produced and how a western diet of cheap modern processed convenience foods can ruin your health.
It is not for the advanced reader but it forms a useful adjunct to help people who have not perhaps had a university education understand the basics behind what is going on. It is therefore written for the common man and is pitched to them as the target audience . I found it a very easy read which presented a concise distillation of what I had already gleaned from the internet and my book of biochemistry by Stryer.
It is a very good book in that it forms a primer, but it by no means has all the answers but it is a good instrument to challenge your doctor and make him re learn his biochemistry, and make him/her think, rather than just fall back on his usual patterns of diagnosis manual which he has been taught to follow blindly.
He also explains why more doctors are not advocating this life style. This book is an easy read, and will not take long to complete. However, the information in here is very well laid out and explained. His narrative style is very conversational and easy to follow, although he doesn't always sound like a Doctor.
Give this book a read, you will enjoy reading this book and learning more about the real truth in Nutrition.
He is a good writer in that he lays the info out in a way that the reader can understand.
I'd recommend this book to anyone who thinks that they can't do anything about cholesterol.
Low-carb is the ONLY sane way to eat.
I'm giving it a 4 simply because I agree, he needed to work on the proof-reading.
Do NOT miss this read. It is fantastic!!!
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