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Should I Eat the Yolk?: Separating Facts from Myths to Get You Lean, Fit, and Healthy

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IS IT TRUE?
OR IS IT A MYTH?

This handy guide gives you real answers to all these and many more common health and fitness claims. Plus, it provides the scientific evidence that separates the fact from fiction for every question, like:
- Does everyone need to drink at least 8 glasses of water per day?
- Do high-protein diets increase the risk of coronary heart disease?
- Are
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ebook, 360 pages
Published May 1st 2010 by Ulysses Press (first published January 1st 2010)
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Jeremy
Feb 13, 2013 rated it really liked it
Read this one on my kindle. Very quick read, and I would recommend it for those lay people interested in fitness and nutrition. He takes different prevalent myths in these two fields and then explains why they are or are not correct, in a sort of question and answer format. He strives towards providing evidence based answers although occasionally there is some opinion, or referencing other writers. As a doctor I certainly learned a thing or to and I think you will, too.
John (JP)
147 pages . Non fiction. Very few books are worth buying. Most I merely reccomend that you borrow them from the library. This book is worth buying..Its mythbusters for those of us interested exercise and diet. The writing is crisp and clear . The questions posed are the ones a lay person would ask . The writer answers the question on two levels. A very readable lay answer and then on a deeper science based level. Oh btw yes you should eat the yoke . "Egg yokes are nutritous and the cholesterol c ...more
Rishi
Mar 13, 2013 rated it it was ok
Shelves: non-fiction
Not what I was hoping for - I expected each question and answer to be several pages and in-depth. These are simple one paragraph answers to a number of common myths.

I also realised I don't care - I eat what I like!
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