The science in the first 3/4 of the book is great. It backed up by personal experience and case study. If you hate science or get bored easy OR will never give up drinking yourself fat, skip this book. The book was great until I started to hear the opinion of this author.
He says 2 things in this book that really make me scratch my head.
1. expects the same government that created part of this problem to do an about face and fix it all and...
2. He gives the medical profession itself a free pass.
If doctors would learn something about nutrition and stop telling patience, "eat less and get more exercise" it would go a long way to fixing the problem. Hey DOC... I'm fat... If it was as easy as eat less and get more exercise, I would have.
I also fail to see how the federal government could help fix the issue. He talks about sugar being so addictive that the free markets don't apply to it. I say BULL... If the public knew how bad some of this stuff was for you they would demand a change.
If you are reading this book to lose weight, I would highly recommend that you also read "Why We Get Fat" by Gary Taubes. It will change the way you look at food, but it leaves the opinion out.
I will never get back the time wasted downloading and then listening to this garbage. If it weren't free I would ask for my money back. It stains my library just sitting in it.
It's a different perspective on zombie apocalypse.
Any journal style book
A good mix of characters.
I laughed, but I never felt like crying.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.