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Recommend some books you have read
« on: September 30, 2006, 07:55:19 PM »
I will add them to the Recommended list along with your username and a quote on why you recommend it

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Re: Recommend some books you have read
« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2006, 10:37:36 AM »
I recommend the e-Book "TBK Fitness Program" by Dr.Tamir Katz.  http://www.authorhouse.com/BookStore/ItemDetail.aspx?bookid=14240

Why?

- Good variety of bodyweight exercises to work out your entire body
- Excellent recommendations on diet giving the reasons "why" as well as "what"
- Written by a true medical doctor
-  Very affordable ($3.95 for the e-book)

Here is more from Dr. Katz's site:  http://www.tbkfitness.org/TBKdiet.html


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Re: Recommend some books you have read
« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2007, 02:08:37 AM »
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I recommend the following.

The Covenant of the Wild: Why Animals Choose Domestication by Stephen Budiansky.
It offers some interesting insights into the domestication of various animals about 10,000 years ago.

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The Modern Nutritional Diseases: And How to Prevent Them : Heart Disease, Stroke, Type-2 Diabetes, Obesity, Cancer by Fred and Alice Ottoboni.

This book shows how micro- and macronutrients relate to health and disease prevention. It also shows how faulty science has influenced national health policies and explains how the reader can sort truth from fiction. The final chapter outlines simple dietary and lifestyle changes that can significantly reduce the risk of the modern nutritional diseases and, at the same time, improve one's health and sense of wellbeing.