I like books and reading. As a child I visited my local library weekly, and I still do.
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I’ve reviewed these books on this blog.
A Natural Woman, a memoir by singer/songwriter Carole King
Working Stiff, a memoir by medical examiner Dr. Judy Melinek
Will reading about health make you healthier?
The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted And the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, And Long-term Health
by T. Colin Campbell, 2006
Referred to as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology” by The New York Times, this study examines more than 350 variables of health and nutrition with surveys from 6,500 adults in more than 2,500 counties across China and Taiwan, and conclusively demonstrates the link between nutrition and heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.
While revealing that proper nutrition can have a dramatic effect on reducing and reversing these ailments as well as curbing obesity, this text calls into question the practices of many of the current dietary programs, such as the Atkins diet, that are widely popular in the West.
Do No Harm
Stories of Life, Death, and Brain Surgery
by Dr. Henry Marsh, 2015
A leading neurosurgeon offers a revealing look into his life and work, discussing the triumphs, disasters, and regrets of a medical practice that carries grave risks and often requires agonizing decisions.
Sex, Food, Love, and Being Comfortable in your Skin…every Inch of It
by Brittany Gibbons, 2015
A plus-sized blogger shares anecdotes about her life as a weird, overweight girl growing up in rural Ohio, including stories about dating, relationships, dieting, and finally accepting her curves.
Grain of Truth
The Real Case for and Against Wheat and Gluten
by Stephen H. Yafa, 2015
Analyzes the current trend against wheat consumption, tracing its role in history and science to share facts about how wheat has been wrongly demonized and holds an important and nutritious role in dietary health
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