Reading by the numbers… 5, 6

Dewey500Zapped by Bob Berman offers a layman’s guide to radiation (520s), that all pervasive vital substance which we cannot see.  Since the discoveries of infrared radiation,  the development of  x-rays, microwave ovens, cellphones, and GPS has been made possible.  Author Berman “adeptly explains the physics of light and its modern applications” (Publishers Weekly).  The Plant Paradox by Steven Gundry, acquired by popular request, finds a new dietary villain—lectin (600s), which he argues is another inflammation trigger. Grocery by Michael Ruhlman is a fascinating account of what goes on behind the scenes at your local market.

About Nichols Memorial Library

Institutional account for James E Nichols Memorial Library in Center Harbor NH.
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