Lights Out

Lights Out

Sleep, Sugar and Survival

Book - 2000
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Publisher: New York, NY : Pocket Books, 2000.
Characteristics: 352 pages
Additional Contributors: Formby, Bent


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Oct 24, 2017

This book is crazy. I mean it's literally like the ravings of a lunatic. There are sparks of truth in there, but maddeningly tangled in a web of gibberish. The tone of the text is more like being yelled at, rather than spoke to.

This is her message: It's not just that we all eat too much sugar because we have the lights on too long. No, it's a conspiracy. The government wants us to be fat.

The author has no credentials whatsoever, and the book has the feel of a self-published text. She originally claimed to have a degree in anthropology, but has since admitted she never finished it.

Here's the final word: if the author has found the secret to wellness, she must be a paragon of health, right? Google her and see what she looks like.

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