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I loved the content, my only complaint is that the accompanying PDF does not include recipes, only graphs. To obtain the recipes, the listener needs to listen to them being read. Strange and somewhat annoying.
33 of 33 people found this review helpful
This was a wonderful book! I really enjoyed how the narrator read the book (However, he read a little slow, I ended listening to the book at 3x speed for this one).
Dr. Campbell is very fair in his assessments and he lays out the facts in a way where once he makes his conclusions, you feel as though you would have made the same conclusions. This book is scientific but written for all audiences.
The only gripe I have is who in their right mind would ever be able to listen to the last chapters (recipes). Recipes should be written. Audio books are when I am multitasking, running, or driving. I can't possibly write down all the recipes or remember we them.
21 of 22 people found this review helpful
While I mostly agree with most of the conclusions of the author I believe that when a doctor or a scientist becomes an advocate he/she is no longer doing his/her job, and surely Mr Campbell here seems to ignore the legitimate doubts about what we know yet that fits his theory and jump to fish being probably bad (or poultry for that matter) with very little evidence (particularly if you do some research on your own). Same goes for saying you can get vitamin D from the sun when we know very well the damage the sun can produce and no relevant side effects have been described for a normal dosage of vitamin D. In this cases he is letting his views shape his opinion more than the data. Besides that it is a nice book, with theory, practice and recipes (not so nice to hear them, I would have strongly appreciated to have them on a PDF) about a relevant subject.
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