This section includes books which do not fit into the categories covered above, with a range of recommended references including free articles with links to useful web sites that I feel everyone should access.

The Metabolic Typing Diet: Customize Your Diet to Your Own Unique Body Chemistry

Wolcott believes that tailoring your diet to your body’s particular quirks–metabolic typing–will improve digestion, circulation, immunity, energy, and mood. To determine your type, he has you take a 65-question test you then place yourself in one of three categories: protein type, carbo type, or mixed type.

Fats That Heal, Fats That Kill: The Complete Guide to Fats, Oils, Cholesterol and Human Health

Excellent book explaining good and bad fats.

The Magnesium Factor

This important book brings to light an often overlooked but central factor in some of the most prevalent and serious disorders that affect Americans today: magnesium deficiency.

Paradigms: Business of Discovering the Future
by Joel Arthur Barker

How would like to spot future trends before the competition?
We all know the rules for success in our business or professions, yet we also know that these rules–paradigms–can change at any time. What Joel Barker does in Paradigms: The Business of Discovering the Future is explain how to spot paradigm shifts, how they unfold, and how to profit from them. Through the power of this method–paradigm spotting–you can:

  • find the people in your organization most likely to spot a new trend
  • help your key people adept when a massive change is occurring
  • learn to effectively grapple with your “intractable problems” and improve your results incalculably.

Chasing Daylight: How My Forthcoming Death Transformed My Life
by Eugene O’Kelly

Chasing Daylight is the honest, touching, and ultimately inspirational memoir of former KPMG CEO Eugene O’Kelley, completed in the three-and-a-half months between his diagnosis with brain cancer and his death in September 2005.

Its haunting yet extraordinarily hopeful voice reminds us to embrace the fragile, fleeting moments of our lives-the brief time we have with our family, our friends, and even ourselves. This paperback edition features a new foreword by his wife, Corinne O’Kelley and a readers’ group guide and questions.

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