One of the best gifts I’ve received from writing this blog is the many wonderful books I’ve discovered from reader recommendations.
I’ve learned that if someone goes to the trouble to write a blog comment about a book they like, it’s probably a pretty darn interesting book. I haven’t been disappointed yet in a book you’ve suggested could add value to the case!
I have only three pages left in the book I am currently reading. It’s not the most “scientific” book by “modern” standards, yet the ideas the author proposes are more sensible than 95 percent of what is written in the mainstream medical journals.
While reading through the book on the metro to and from work each day, I find myself wondering why the heck modern medical science is so off track? I know all the reasons commonly cited: studies are funded by market-driven corporations, natural cures are at a disadvantage because they aren’t profitable, preventive medicine is not as lucrative as band-aid cures for chronic illnesses…
Does anyone have a smart book to recommend on this subject? I’d like to read a book that provides a meaningful discussion on why modern medical science is failing to promote health. Basically, I want to read Seth’s Blog in book format. Any suggestions? I need something I can read on my morning commute!
Thanks for stopping by The Cellulite Investigation. Things are a little quite around here at the moment. I’m taking an extended break as I get married and settle into married life and a new home. Don’t worry, I’ll be back soon!