The following, on-going, list is of books I have read, am reading, or plan to read that are not listed in the Bibliography.

Some of them may apply and/or have in some way affected my opinion, perspective, or understanding of the metabolic systems and our diet. Some may seem to have nothing at all to do with anything… but if I listed them, you can be sure that in whatever small or big way, the writer’s words resonated with me at some point and helped to direct my attention in the right directions.

The writers of these books helped me get to where I am now, and I thank them for their contributions to the conversation.

Not all were directly quoted or even alluded to, however, it seems fair to give credit where credit is due. I will add to the list as I recall them and/or find new ones.

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*Note: I am still searching for my complete list… These are only the ones that I have in my possession, it does not include all of my library loans or research database reads.*

 Aspirin – The Miracle Drug, by Eric Metcalf. Penguin Group. (2005)

The Insulin-Resistance Diet, by Cheryle R. Hart, M.D. & Mary Kay Grossman, R.D. McGraw-Hill. (2008) (2nd edition) – NOTE: This particular book may be quoted in Chapter 5 of Part II… I am still working on it though. Thank you for your patience.

Great Cases of Sherlock Holmes, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The Franklin Library. (reprint 1940. 1987 edition.)

The Healing Power of Acupressure and Acupuncture, by Matthew D. Bauer licensed acupuncturist. Avery (a member of Penguin Group). (2005)

The Brain That Changes Itself, by Norman Doidge, M.D. Penguin Books. (2007)

A Rulebook for Arguments– 3rd Edition, by Anthony Weston. Hackett Publishing Company. (2000)

The Secret History of Wonder Woman, by Jill Lepore. Knopf publishing. (2014)

The Physicist and the Philosopher, by Jemina Canales. (2015)

To hell with citation rules… here’s an ongoing wallpaper list:

 

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