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A bold look at how commercial agendas distort the real science behind health and fitness studies and misinform the public about how to live a healthy life Researcher Timothy Caulfield talks with experts in medicine, pharmaceuticals, health and fitness, and even tries out many of the health fads himself, in order to test their scientific validity, dispel the myths, and illuminate the path to better health.
Published: April 24, 2012 by Random House
Genre: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction. 256 pages
...it is not exactly clear to me why he would attempt to reduce his perfectly lower-end-of normal 18% body fat down to what I would consider a most unhealthy and rather concern-evoking 10%. It appears that Caulfield, like so many, tends to equate body fat with health...Full Review