Category Archives: Book Review

“Something To Chew On” by Mike Gibney [Book Review]

Dr. Mike Gibney, an accomplished researcher (mainly now in the really fascinating area of nutritional genomics) and professor who has served on high-level committees/advisory boards and is involved in other cutting-edge science projects has published a new book titled "Something to Chew On: Challenging Controversies in Food and Health." You can find summaries of each chapter and places to purchase on his blog. With such an interesting background, there is no surprise that this book does not Read more [...]

“The Cure for Everything” by Timothy Caulfield [Book Review]

There is no shortage of junk diet and fitness books on the market that try to persuade you to follow their vision of perfect health. Tim Caulfield's "The Cure for Everything: Untangling Twisted Messages about Health, Fitness, and Happiness" is not one of those books. In my search for books to recommend for science-based information on health, this will be among the top of my list. It is an easy read at about 200 pages but still packed with information. Caulfield, a distinguished academic in Read more [...]