there is a weird, LOUD kreeeeechk sound here and there that will burst your ear drum if you are wearing headphones.
I could not get through the first few chapters of this book. I guess I expected this book to read something like Dr. Oz's 'YOU on a diet", but that was not the case. This book was written by a journalist whose specialty is reviewing evidence of scientific hypothesis. In the few chapter I managed to get through, he goes on and on about the history of dieting.
Not for me.
If I were a doctor or a scientist, the way that the material was presented may have held my interest.
Not sure, he did the best he could with an extremely boring book
I know this wasn't a work or fiction so I wasn't expecting a thriller, & I have read several similar books which were quite good and interesting but this was incredibly boring and was more suited to a medical journal than something that people listen to on an audiobook.
I've listened for hours and still not sure what this author is trying to get across
Covers a lot of research but not sure what the point is
Bad science, tedious, author loves to hear himself talk, pseudo-science. Not only was the entire book hard to wade through, it was redundant, and full of "factoids" the author picked to support his misguided and poorly researched diatribe