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Book review and discussion:  What experts say about solving the obesity epidemic
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Book review and discussion: What experts say about solving the obesity epidemic

“The shape we are in: how junk food and diets are shortening our lives” by journalist Sarah Boseley is a £13 paperback in which many of the factors that have contributed to the obesity epidemic are discussed. For much of her material Sarah has gone to obesity “experts” but not a single low carber.  So she … Continue reading

Would older men and  women be better off with a bit more testosterone?
book review / Medical Info

Would older men and women be better off with a bit more testosterone?

Book Review:  Testosterone is your friend by Roger Mason. This slim volume, written by research chemist Roger Mason, reviews  evidence for testosterone replacement in both  men and women. Up until the age of 30, both genders do pretty well, but after that it is a slow trundle downhill as far as our sex hormones go. … Continue reading

Book Review: The world turned upside down, the second low carbohydrate revolution by Professor Richard Feinman
book review

Book Review: The world turned upside down, the second low carbohydrate revolution by Professor Richard Feinman

Well produced book for the scientifically minded reader By Katharine Morrison This book covers in detail subjects that are often ignored in other low carb books. These are the precise biochemistry covering the metabolism of carbs, fats and proteins in humans and the flaws regarding diet trials covering both design and statistics. Richard Feinman is a … Continue reading