I’m going to recommend a book on dietary fat. It shouldn’t be controversial, given it has very solid backing in research, but it is. It makes people and some industries uncomfortable but it’s becoming more accepted over time.
It was hard to find a book review that didn’t require a subscription, but here’s one from a peer-reviewed scientific journal.
This book should be read by every nutritional science professional as a guide to risks of hubris…and to the consequences of basing public policy on belief as opposed to evidence of positive, beneficial effects….All scientists should read it as an example of how limited science can become federal policy….Teicholz compiled a historical treatise on how scientific belief (vs. evidence), nongovernment organizations, food manufacturers, government agencies, and moneyed interests promised more than they could deliver and, in the process, quite possibly contributed to the current world-wide obesity epidemic.Book Review—American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
This blog is about birds and the book is about humans, but I strongly believe it’s applicable to birds.… READ THE REST