In my library
Here are some of the books I have in my professional library.
Some are basic. Some are mind bogging.
Some are really easy to read. Some have a more difficult language.
Some are in English. Some are in Swedish or Hebrew.
Some I’ve started but never finished. Some I’ve read more than once. (Can you guess which ones?)
So here they are, in no particular order:
- “Matrevolutionen”, by Andreas Eenfeldt, MD – Now also available in English! “Low Carb, High Fat Food Revolution”
- “Wheat Belly”, by William Davis, MD
- “Good Calories, Bad Calories”, by Gary Taubes
- “The Big Fat Surprise”, by Nina Teicholtz
- “Fat Chance”, by Dr. Robert Lustig
- “Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers”, by Robert M. Sapolsky
- “Stop Alzheimer’s Now!”, by Bruce Fife, N.D.
- “Dawn Over the Kalahari”, by Lasse Berg
- “Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry”, by David L. Nelson & Michael M. Cox
- “The Vegan Myth”, by Lierre Keith
- “Grain Brain”, by David Perlmutter, MD
- “Why We Get Fat and What to do About it”, by Gary Taubes
- “Fat and Cholesterol is GOOD for You!”, by Uffe Ravnskov, MD, PhD
- “Pure, White, and Deadly”, by John Yudkin
- “The Omnivore’s Dilemma”, by Michael Pollan
- “Physiology”, by Linda S. Costanzo
- “Brain Maker”, by David Perlmutter, MD
- “Diabetes? No, thanks!”, by Lars-Erik Litsfeldt
- “Folks, this a’int normal”, by Joel Salatin
- “Death by Food Pyramid”, by Denise Minger
- “Female Brain Gone Insane – an emergency guide for women who feel like they are falling apart”, by Mia Lundin, R.N.C., N.P.
- “Gnisselzonen”, by Anna Hallén – Soon also available in English! “Time to Get Your Energy Back – leaving the creaking zone”
- “Cholesterol Clarity – what the HDL is wrong with my numbers?”, by Jimmy Moore with Eric C. Westman, MD
- “Sugar Free”, by Karen Thomson & Kerry Hammerton
- “Eat Fat, Lose Fat”, by Dr. Mary Enig & Sally Fallon
- “Sockerbomben i din hjärna” (The Sugar Bomb in Your Brain), by Bitten Jonsson & Pia Nordström
- “Ett sötare blod” (Sweet Blood), by Ann Fernholm
- “Det sötaste vi har – om socker och växande kroppar” (The Sweetest We Own – about sugar and growing bodies), by Ann Fernholm
- “הסו הקדמוני” (The Ancient Secret), by Dael Shalev
- “Energibarn”, by Anna Hallén
- “Helhetsmetoden – nå din häslovikt med KBT & LCHF” (The Whole Method – reach your health weight with CBT & LCHF), by Maria Helander & Cathrine Schück
- “Ideologin, pengarna, kostråden”, by Per Wikholm & Lars-Erik Litsfeldt (The Ideology, the Money, the Dietary Advice)
- “Djävulsdansen – bli fri från ditt medberoende” (The Devil Dance – get rid of your co-addiction), by Ann Söderlund & Sanna Lundell
- “Letter of Corpulence”, by William Banting (I printed the pdf…)
- and a few more … (My cookbook “Tasty Healthy Easy LCHF – Kosher Low-Carb Cooking for Beginners” is in the kitchen.)
- “The Case Against Sugar”, by Gary Taubes
- “Doctoring Data”, by Malcolm Kendrick
- “Deadly Medicines and Organized Crimes”, by Peter C. Gotzsche
- “Tripping Over the Truth – The Metabolic Theory of Cancer”, by Travis Christofferson
And these are some books on my wishlist:
- “The Hacking of the Amerian Mind: the Science Behind the Corporate Takeover of Our Bodies and Brains”, by Robert Lustig
- “Cancer as a Metabolic Disease”, by Thomas Seyfried
- “Keeping Chickens for Dummies”
- “The Anthropology of Sport and Human Movement: A Biocultural Perspective”, by Linda Sands
Welcome back to see updates on the lists!