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The Blood Sugar Solution: The UltraHealthy Program for Losing Weight, Preventing Disease, and Feeling Great Now!

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

86 out of 89 people found this review helpful.

An Interesting Look

This is an up to date and interesting look at medicine and health care today. The author provides the reader with methods and objectives, and tells the reader what to avoid in managing care and relationships with the doctor when it comes to sugar levels, diet, and obesi...
This is an up to date and interesting look at medicine and health care today. The author provides the reader with methods and objectives, and tells the reader what to avoid in managing care and relationships with the doctor when it comes to sugar levels, diet, and obesity. It is a decent reading for both health care providers and lay persons. While it does filter some of the misinformation in the media, the book is filled with unreferenced and unsubstantiated medical factoids all throughout. That said, a far better choice is Naheed Ali's "The Obesity Reality: A Comprehensive Approach to a Growing Problem".

posted by LibrarianNicoleTilford on March 11, 2012

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30 out of 38 people found this review helpful.

Update - Missing pages are publishing error and NOT unique to my Nook.

Called customer service. They replicated the problem on their own Nook and will contact the publisher. It will take a minimum of 7 - 10m days before the problem is fixed. They offered a refund so I could then drive accross town and pay twice as much in store for the har...
Called customer service. They replicated the problem on their own Nook and will contact the publisher. It will take a minimum of 7 - 10m days before the problem is fixed. They offered a refund so I could then drive accross town and pay twice as much in store for the hardcover version. OR I can call them periodically to see if it has been fixed. OR I can periodically 'archive' and then 'unarchive' the book to check if the problem has been resolved.
I have no confidence that the page skipping issue will even be addressed with the publisher. I raised the issue with the CSR but the only 'ticket' that got written to the publisher was to address the missing pages. The only reliable way I found to deal with the page skipping was to page ahead and then page back to view the second half of the previous page. I assume that changing the font so that pages were not halved might also address this.
My recommendation: Unless you prefer to buy your books either with page sections razored out or glued together in chunks I would suggest purchasing the hardcover until this issue is resolved. Buyer beware.

posted by 9350418 on March 2, 2012

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