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Ray Peat Reading List

kettlebell

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Here are just some books that give a greater understanding of where Ray Peat is coming from in regards to his knowledge and recommendations.

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Life at the cell and below - cell level - The hidden history of a fundamental revolution in biology : Gilbert Ling

Can be ordered from here: http://pacificpressnewyork.com/Merchant ... _Code=PPNY

Stress without distress: Hans Seyle

The Thyroid: Thomas Hodge McGavack

Bioenergetics: Albert L. Lehninger

The Mitochondrion: Albert L. Lehninger

Inventing the Aids Virus: Peter H. Duesberg (Thanks to Peatarian for this one)
 

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Katharina Dalton: Once A Month

Carl. C. Lindegren: Cold War in Biology

Ivan Illich:
Celebration of Awareness. 1971. ISBN 0-7145-0837-3
Deschooling Society. 1971. ISBN 0-06-012139-4
Medical Nemesis. 1975. ISBN 0-394-71245-5, ISBN 0-7145-1095-5, ISBN 0-7145-1096-3

William Blake:
Everything
 

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kettlebell said:
Here are just some books that give a greater understanding of where Ray Peat is coming from in regards to his knowledge and recommendations.

Feel free to add.

Life at the cell and below - cell level - The hidden history of a fundamental revolution in biology : Gilbert Ling

Can be ordered from here: http://pacificpressnewyork.com/Merchant ... _Code=PPNY

Stress without distress: Hans Seyle

The Thyroid: Thomas Hodge McGavack

Bioenergetics: Albert L. Lehninger

The Mitochondrion: Albert L. Lehninger

Inventing the Aids Virus: Peter H. Duesberg (Thanks to Peatarian for this one)

Do you mean Ray himself recommands these books ?

I've already found all of Gilbert Ling's books online, free in pdf format.
 

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All of these books are books that Ray has at some point mentioned in interviews or articles.
 

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Hi all, does anyone have a book recommendation for all things cellular energy production - krebs cycle, glycolysis, electron transport chain, glucose/fatty acid oxidation, CO2 production, etc etc
 

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Here are just some books that give a greater understanding of where Ray Peat is coming from in regards to his knowledge and recommendations.

Feel free to add.

Life at the cell and below - cell level - The hidden history of a fundamental revolution in biology : Gilbert Ling

Can be ordered from here: http://pacificpressnewyork.com/Merchant ... _Code=PPNY

Stress without distress: Hans Seyle

The Thyroid: Thomas Hodge McGavack

Bioenergetics: Albert L. Lehninger

The Mitochondrion: Albert L. Lehninger

Inventing the Aids Virus: Peter H. Duesberg (Thanks to Peatarian for this one)

So I began to look these books up on Amazon too, and I had to chuckle when looking up Hans Selye's "Stress without Distress" book, because the best-selling book immediately underneath it in the list of books was, "Why Zebra's Don't get Ulcers" :)

I think I now need to read both of them! But I will check at the local Library first.
 

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