Posts Tagged: Health books

2011 Reading List

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Wow, that time is upon us.  The infamous time of year when I post the titles of all the books I read over the past year.  Last year I hyped up this list to be legendary.  But I didn’t come close to reading all the titles I wanted to read, much less get to many of the great books that many of you 180 faithful suggested I stick my nose in.  I was tearing up the books through about March.  Then I couldn’t be bothered with anything that wasn’t written by Ray Peat.  He is still, despite obvious shortcomings in his ability to put all of the pieces of his knowledge together into something effective and practical, the most interesting living health and nutrition writer on the face of this earth that I… Read more »

2010 Reading List

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Bout this time every year I publish the health related books that I read over the course of the last year.  This has been a practice of mine since the beginning of this blog.  I don’t know why I do it, I just do.  I read slightly fewer books this year than normal, but only because for the first time this year I spent a ton of time perusing other blogs.  In particular, http://www.wholehealthsource.blogspot.com/, http://www.raypeat.com/, http://www.scottabel.blogspot.com/, http://www.cheeseslave.com/, http://www.cholesterol-and-health.com/cholesterol-blog.html,  http://nutrition-and-physical-regeneration.com/blog/, http://www.livingthenourishedlife.com/, and many others, some of which I became infamous for visiting.  My favorite of late is http://www.carbsanity.blogspot.com/, which is pretty amazing considering that the author of the blog is on a low-carb diet.  Anyway, here are the books I read in 2010.  Note, a couple, such as the Leangains Guide and Legends of Bodybuilding are not actually… Read more »