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    Quote Originally Posted by DianeThePurple View Post
    Throw a copy of that at her. Good luck.
    LOL...not literally of course.

    Good Calories, Bad Calories
    by Gary Taubes
    A highly respected science writer details how the lowfat diet theory was forced down the public’s throat with no real science to back it up, and how it is refined carbohydrates - not fat and cholesterol - that ruin your health. Meticulously researched .. a must read.

    Protein Power
    by Michael R. Eades M.D. and Mary Dan Eades, M.D.
    Excellent introduction to the why and how of low-carb, high-protein diets. This is a good way to lose weight, but more importantly, it’s a diet that will improve your health. Includes many easy-to-follow recipes.

    The Protein Power Lifeplan
    by Michael R. Eades M.D. and Mary Dan Eades, M.D.
    A follow-up to Protein Power, includes updated nutrition information and a day-to-day plan to help you follow a low-carb diet.

    The Slow Burn Fitness Revolution: The Slow Motion
    Exercise That Will Change Your Body in 30 Minutes a Week

    by Fred Hahn
    Fred teaches a slow but thorough method of lifting heavy weights to achieve maximum strength and flexibility with a minimum of stress on the joints. I switched to Fred’s method a year ago and put on an extra 16 pounds of muscle within the first two months.

    Strong Kids, Healthy Kids: The Revolutionary Program for Increasing Your Child’s Fitness in 30 Minutes a Week
    by Fred Hahn
    We used to be told kids shouldn’t work with weights, but research shows that simply isn’t true. With the right kind of weight training, kids can become stronger, leaner, and fitter.

    The Doctor’s Heart Cure, Beyond the Modern Myths of Diet and Exercise
    by Al Sears, M.D.
    Lowfat diets aren’t good for you, and they’re not your native diet. Dr. Sears recounts his own history as a vegetarian - including the resulting health problems - and explains why a hunter-gatherer diet is the best diet for maintaining optimum health.

    Fat Politics: The Real Story behind America’s Obesity Epidemic
    by J. Eric Oliver
    The obesity “epidemic” has been wildly exaggerated so government agencies like the CDC can justify their budgets. Dr. Oliver explains how contempt for fat people is based on our Puritan heritage, and just how weak the link is between being “overweight” as defined by the government and being unhealthy. The behaviors that make you fat can also make you unhealthy, but being fat is not, in and of itself, a threat to your health.

    The Great Cholesterol Con
    by Dr. Malcolm Kendrick
    A British physician shreds the cholesterol theory and - I kid you not - manages to be laugh-out-loud funny while doing it. Lord help anyone who ever has to debate this man. He would not only win the argument, he would have the audience laughing at his opponent.

    The Cholesterol Myths : Exposing the Fallacy that Saturated Fat and Cholesterol Cause Heart Disease
    by Uffe Ravnskov, M.D.
    Buy this book! Buy a copy for your doctor and force him to read it! Dr. Ravnskov shows how the Lipid Hypothesis was based on bogus science from the beginning, and how researchers routinely torture their data to force it to fit the theory.

    Eat Fat, Lose Fat: The Healthy Alternative to Trans Fats
    by Mary Enig and Sally Fallon
    An excellent primer on fats - the good, the bad, and the ugly. Sally Fallon and Mary Enig explain why naturally occurring fats are the only fats you should consume. And guess what? Soybean oil and corn oil aren’t natural fats.

    http://www.fathead-movie.com/index.p...ended-reading/

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    Oh hey - Another interesting book with a fair number of cites is "The Unhealthy Truth" by Robyn O'brien. She focuses more on children and allergies, but there's a lot of good stuff in there (and it's a gripping read).

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    sweet. thanks everyone.

    (admin/moderator... any way to correct the title of the thread to fix the typo?)

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