His book, also recommended by Nassim Taleb, is Free The Animal.
I likely would not have done much beyond a simple low carbohydrate, Paleo / Primal diet—combined with intermittent fasting, some supplementation of fat soluble vitamins and a mineral or two, and brief workouts at the gym—if it had worked as anticipated once I had dropped from the 235-240 down to 175 in the first couple of years. But I didn't feel right. Cold hands & feet, mostly. A dulling of the sheen on the thing. Less well being, not more. Back at around 185 I felt better, kinda ideal, actually. Anyway, that's when other troubles began. I took up the Leangains protocol with Martin Berkhan, but due no fault of his, of course—and I was making good progress—I injured myself pretty badly and worlds came tumbling down. In spite of a desire to manage it better, recurrences of the thing over the next two years just kept me out of much of the game, both physically and mentally.
Lots of problems and drama resulted and ensued. Oh, well. The one thing I did, however, was take the opportunity to do a lot of experiments of short duration. Here's a look at my general take on everything going way back, in several categories from most effective to least.