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Book Reviews

Book Review “The China Study” by T Colin Campbell, PhD.

T Colin Campbell’s book The China Study summarizes his journey starting with basic science research in the effects of nutritional changes in laboratory animals and ends with what is likely the largest observational study on nutrition and health ever conducted. The book is based upon a published research article concerning the same information. In this … Continue reading »

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Book Review “What’s Eating Your Kids?”

Kelly Dorfman’s recent book What’s Eating Your Child? is an exploration of how food affects the physical and emotion health of children.  She uses anecdotal pseudo-case studies to demonstrate how particular children had improvement focusing on particular nutritional changes. Throughout her book she helps parents and practitioners alike understand better ways to involve their children … Continue reading »

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Book Review: “Why We Get Fat And What To Do About It” by Gary Taubes

Science writer Gary Taubes most recent book is a follow-up to his tome “Good Calories, Bad Calories”. Many have claimed it as the reader’s digest version of his first work. I think it is that and more. It certainly is a shorter and quicker read but also has some updated information and more practice application … Continue reading »

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Book Review: “Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health” by William Davis, MD

I listened to the audio version of Wheat Belly this week during my daily commute and walks. Dr. Davis lays out an argument against the use of wheat containing products in any of its various forms. He contends that wheat (especially the hybridized form developed for high yield in the 1960’s) is the single source … Continue reading »

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