Are you looking for a book that will change the way you look at food forever? This book is what did that for me.
After reading all about the paleo diet – and why it’s meant to work – I tried it, and it didn’t work for me. Reading this book explained why. It’s not about grains and dairy. It’s about sugar and ‘food’ that’s created in a lab.
Sure, a paleo diet eliminates the manufactured for the natural… but that’s only half the equation. Plus, you’re ditching heaps of the good stuff which, for much of the population, is fine. Cheese anyone?
David Gillespie is a lawyer – not a scientist – so the book is written by a (well-researched) layperson for laypeople. It’s easy to understand, and written in digestible (logical) chunks. For the stats nerds, there are a few graphs in there, too… you know, for good measure.
This is the book I read over my New Years break. And – despite rarely finishing a book I read for personal interest – I plan to read it again soon. But it will have to wait until after I read his others. You might recognise one of them… Sweet Poison.
Do you have a book – or particular author – that’s completely changed the way you see your health and nutrition?