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I downloaded this book in search of some backgroud info for David Purlmutter's, "Brain Maker" and was not disappointed. the two book will definitely influence my nutritional journey and knowledge. Highly recomend tjis book to anyone interested in microbiology.
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Well-written and informative. Dr. Glaser is pretty awesome and his experiences are aligned well with his scientific points. The argument he makes is well-evidenced but abridged. He also gets pretty technical about his most recent research in mice, among other things. Several passages may require rewinding or rereading for the layman (it did for me despite a doctorate in a related field), but it's still relatively digestible. My biggest complaint was the narrator's mispronunciation of the species S. Aureus... if this was a fictional novel it'd be like getting a major supporting character's name wrong. It's quite distracting.
I'm not convinced that antimicrobial therapy is as connected to the modern plagues as his research has begun to indicate, but if that's the scarecrow necessary to get Americans to responsibly use these therapies, then I'll bring the hay.
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