How to Bypass Your Bypass: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You about Cholesterol and Your Diet

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Rutledge Books, Incorporated, Jan 1, 1997 - Cholesterol - 238 pages
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Offers cholesterol-free recipes while discussing nutrition, heart disease, and actual caloric needs for different bodies and different lifestyles

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Contents

Where Does Cholesterol
1
How Many Calories Do You Need?
11
The Nutritional Content
22
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About the author (1997)

Richard Fleming is a teacher of philosophy and humanities. He has received numerous teaching-excellence awards. Recent teaching-seminars include: "Reading the "Philosophical Investigations"-Remark by Remark," Duke University, 2008-2009; "Cage: Experimentation, Chance, Silence, Anarchism," Fusion Art Exchange, New York, 2007-2008. His writings on ordinary language philosophy include: "The State of Philosophy" (1993) and "First Word Philosophy" (2004).

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