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2007 Reading List

* Denotes work of particular significance and/or exceptional integrity(Chronological order as they were read)…The Maker’s DietJordan Rubin*Nourishing TraditionsSally FallonCholesterol MythsUffe RavnskovEnzyme NutritionEdward Howell*Nutrition and Physical DegenerationWeston PricePottenger’s CatsFrancis PottengerCaffeine BluesStephen CherniskeEat Fat Lose FatSally FallonWaking...

Status of the Puzzle

It’s been a year now of concentrated research and tireless pondering on the current human health status, what constitutes an optimally healthy diet and lifestyle, and the best strategy for where to go from here if health interests you. To be able to come to some worthy conclusions, I had to make as much sense out of the endless sea of information as possible. This was no small feat, and...

Overweight and Starving?

In October I devoured Good Calories Bad Calories by Gary Taubes, a nutritional masterpiece of sorts, but I’ve yet to share much of the beauty of this book. It is one of the most intelligently written books I’ve ever encountered. Nowhere does it repeat the rhetoric of today’s McNutrition. It seeks, quite objectively, the truth about what causes obesity, type II Diabetes, heart...

Leave Britney Alone!

I was recently inspired by future U.S. president Steve Taylor to address the topic of teen pregnancy. Mr. Taylor was working on a presentation or paper or something about the topic, the bulk of his work focusing on education, family planning, prophylactic distribution, etc. However, Steve-a-rooski failed to address what the root cause of this issue might actually be. Being a root problem kind of...