This book complements quite nicely the books from Gary Taubes. Especially from the historical point of view. “Good Calories, Bad Calories” gives many details about the history of the investigation on diets and the last century. Still, it was hard to follow due to the many subjects and characters in the book.
In contrast, this one center on the characters and with them builds a story of a century of investigation culminating on the ketones as we understand them now.
It was an enjoyable read, and I think I’ll give it another go before the end of the year.
See it at goodreads.