As you might have gathered if you’re a regular reader, I’ve been on a health book binge lately and it would appear there is no end to it in sight, so today I’m reviewing yet another one: The Magnesium Miracle by Carolyn Dean. I have quite a few positive things to say about the book as well…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE MAGNESIUM MIRACLE BY CAROLYN DEAN
I recently reviewed Sweet Poison here on the blog and since I’m on a huge reading spree when it comes to health-related topics, today I’ll be sharing another gem with you, but one which sees health from a completely different perspective: the gut. I have noticed that there has been a flurry of books published lately…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE MICROBIOME SOLUTION BY ROBYNNE CHUTKAN
When I challenged myself to quit sugar for a month at the beginning of August, I decided I needed to fill myself in a little more on the science behind why reducing the amount of added sugar (and in particular, fructose) we eat is important. David Gillespie’s Sweet Poison was one of the first books…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: SWEET POISON BY DAVID GILLESPIE
Two feminist books that have really got me thinking lately are The Beauty Myth by Naomi Wolf and Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique. While the two were published almost 30 years apart (the former in 1990, the latter in 1963), and neither of them recently, there is an insightful continuity between them and an unsettling relevance despite the years…… Continue reading THE BEAUTY MYTH: WHAT’S WRONG WITH MY BODY?