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  1. Beer: Tap into the Art and Science of Brewing

    Beer

    Culinary course. This author and book were suggested by the director of Colorado State University’s Fermentation Science program. Written by one of the world’s leading brewing authorities, this book hailed by American Brewer, as “brilliant” and “by a wide margin the best reference now available. A great read and the strongest part is the discussion of the brewing process.” For the non-chemistry major to understand the history, art, and science of brewing.

    Charles Bamforth
  2. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Myalgic Encephalitis: Diagnosis and Treatment

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Myalgic Encephalitis: Diagnosis and Treatment

    The author, Dr. Sarah Myhill, is a British physician specializes in determining the underlying causes of health problems, especially fatigue and the newer chronic problems of civilization. She clearly explains what mitochondria is, how it functions, its vital role in energy and diseases of malfunction, and how our diet, gut health, stress, and lifestyle choices can restore its function or continue our decline.

    Dr. Sarah Myhill
  3. Integrative Environmental Medicine

    Integrative Environmental Medicine

    Many studies reveal that exposure to chemicals and radiation in our everyday environment may increase risk for chronic diseases, asthma, autism, autoimmunity, type 2 diabetes, multiple cancers, etc. Over 87,000 chemicals are now commercially available in the U.S., almost all of which have not been tested for safety. The risk may be particularly high in children and fetuses with developing brains and bodies.

    Aly Cohen and Frederick Vom Saal
  4. Why We Sleep

    Why We Sleep

    Written by a neuroscientist and director of UC Berkeley’s Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab, the author, Matthew Walker, PhD explores the purpose of slumber and its little acknowledged or understood crucial functions as related to mood, chronic disease, obesity, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, etc. He explains how to harness the transformative power of adequate sleep and how to sleep better tonight.

    Dr. Matthew Walker, PhD
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