Dave Rear can write a book describing grass growing and you would still enjoy it more than most other books you ever read...
This is not just the most entertaining way to know more about history, but also a great chance for history-knowers to have an experience second to none.
Outstanding performance. You would think he wrote the book himself...
Once upon a time, in a place right under your nose...
assuming their the same... it's a great piece of work - read or listened to.
realizing the actual role and importance of cholesterol and, therefore, the absurdity of the misconception.
exposing the real criminal (sugar)
the overall experience was moving
extremely informative, well written... just get it.
Very good book, probably better off read than listened to by non biologically-oriented people (some basic knowledge in biology will do).
very good book, therapy-oriented. i was hoping for a wider discussion about the theory and less about treatment but for people dealing with autism in their day to day routine it's a must.
i would love to buy a book that talks about the theory in a wider aspect, without therapy issues.
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