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Girl Reading



"The Cancer Code" by Jason Fung MD.   

What an excellent book,  he clearly outlines the historical search for the cause of cancer as he breakes down the elements of the disease.  By the end of this you probably know more than most doctors and also know some important steps you can take with diet, to minimize your personal risk.

"End your carb confusion" by Eric C. Westman MD.   

This is a great read with lots of examples to back up his huge experience of treating patients with low carb diets.  Dr. Westman learned his initial low carb knowledge directly from Dr. Atkins, and has been applying this for many years.

"The Dietitians Dilemma" by Michelle Hurn RD.

A trained dietitian finds the standard dietary advice is failing her personally and does her own research and heals herself using a low carb approach.  Easy to read and another example of a practitioner who has updated her knowledge.

"The Great Cholesterol Lie" by Dr. Dwight Lundell. 

A great free book by a surgeon with experience of 5000 heart  surgeries.  He explains why he believes Inflammation is the cause of Cardio Vascular Disease.  

"Going Against the Grain" by Melissa Diane Smith.  

A comprehensive look at why refined grains and whole grains, which are so prevalent in conventional diets, might not be so healthy.  Details of the impact of these and options to help you avoid them including advice for social occasions.

"Ravenous - Otto Warburg, The Nazis, and the search for the cancer-diet connection".  By Sam Apple

A fascinating book about cancer research, through recent history leading up to the most recent findings. A must read as it contains good health information..


Turtles all the way down - Author (private)

A fascinating review of the history of vaccines, their development and the tools we use to test and validate them.  Has an interesting section on the Polio virus and some good details about epidemiology’s role in managing vaccine safety.  The author chooses to remain anonymous..

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