Books I've read, in order. Some of these I've since handed on to people I know:
The Real Meal Revolution
(2015) Tim Noakes, Sally-Ann Creed, Jonno Proudfoot. A pretty good intro to LCHF; I devoured the whole thing the weekend it arrived.
The New Atkins For a New You
(2010) Eric Westman, Jeff Volek, Stephen Phinney. I was curious about Atkins after I saw how similar the "Banting" diet promoted in RMR was.
The Art & Science of Low Carbohydrate Living
(2011) Jeff Volek, Stephen Phinney. I ordered this online at the same time as the Atkins book, to save on shipping. My favourite LC book so far; to date, the only one I've read more than once.
What The Fat?
(2015) Grant Schofield, Caryn Zinn, Craig Rodger. Basically a New Zealand-oriented version of RMR. Really easy to read, clearly targeted at consumers just starting out.
Why We Get Fat
(2011) Gary Taubes. Ordered this on the recommendation of a fellow lowcarber, was not disappointed although by this time I didn't really need convincing anymore.
Good Calories, Bad Calories
(2007) Gary Taubes. Basically a super detailed version of WWGF, or WWGF is a simpler version of this. Took me a long time to get through it, but worthwhile for some of the details.
What The Fast!
(2018) Grant Schofield, Caryn Zinn, Craig Rodger. I just finished this last week after not having done much reading for a while. A nice consumer-grade intro to intermittent fasting.
The Case Against Sugar
(2016) Gary Taubes. This has been my background reading while I work through some other books at the same time. Still a fairly interesting history lesson in its own right, though.
Next on my list:
The Big Fat Surprise
(2014) Nina Teicholz. Given my developing interest in LC advocacy, I should probably have read this one earlier. I do have it though, and will probably get stuck in soon, now that I've finished WTF.