Last updated on April 12th, 2017
If you’re into the science of low-carbohydrate eating, and haven’t already done so, you may want to pick up a copy of A. Simmonds’ Principia Ketogenica: Low Carbohydrate And Ketogenic Diets – Compendium Of Science Literature On The Benefits.
The Kindle version linked to here is currently selling for 99 cents. I’m not sure how long it will be available at that price. It’s a fantastic deal — over 300 pages of hardcore nutrition science for less than a buck! (Update: the price has gone up, but it’s still an excellent buy. I have recently bought the paperback version, too.)
As the extended title says, the book is a compendium of the literature on the benefits of eating low-carb — a massive reference work that summarizes hundreds of journal articles and reports in a highly organized fashion, with references and links.
It may not be everyone’s idea of a page-turner, but I see myself dipping into it for months to come.
Yeah, I’m that geeky.
(Hat tip to Dr. Eades.)