Summertime 2010 Book Review Series: ‘Cereal Killer’ By Alan Watson

Filed under: Review — @ June 8, 2010

Books, books, and more books! I got ‘em coming out of my ears for the Summer of 2010, so I’m doing this special series of reviews of the newest and best low-carb, health, and nutrition books that you may want to take a closer look at. Many of the authors of the featured books are scheduled to be guests on my podcast show in the coming months. My goal is to try to feature at least one new book review a day, every day all summer long. There’s a lot of great stuff out there you need to know about and I can’t wait for you to see what all is available! ENJOY!

It’s obvious to anyone who has been paying attention over the past few decades that the direction of our overall health in the United States is rapidly DECLINING with seemingly no end in sight. Obesity, diabetes, cancer, and death are all increasing at astronomical rates that make you wonder what in the world is going on that our proverbial house is on fire and nothing effective is being done about it. If the problem is really that serious, then shouldn’t every solution be brought to the table in order to properly tackle this issue head-on? That’s precisely the question that health writer Alan Watson seeks to answer in his explosive and humorously-titled book Cereal Killer: The Unintended Consequences of the Low Fat Diet.

Click here to read the rest of my review of Cereal Killer by Alan Watson.


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