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Bill Williams

Bill Williams
Bill Williams is a freelance writer in Connecticut, and a former editorial writer for The Hartford Courant. He is a member of the National Book Critics Circle. He hosts the Greater Hartford Sangha, a local meditation group. He can be reached at billwaw@comcast.net.

In “Case Against Sugar” author makes case for healthier diet

“King Sugar” has captured the American diet while diabetes and other chronic illnesses have skyrocketed, but is there a link? Author Gary Taubes delivers a resounding “yes” while conceding that more research is needed before we can say for sure how much sugar is too much for a healthy diet.

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Insightful book explores Buddhism and its nuns

Although in her book "In Search of Buddha's Daughters: A Modern Journey Down Ancient Roads," Toomey focuses on the role of nuns in various Buddhist traditions, she also offers a useful history of that religion, as well as insight into its teachings.

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