Paul Lloyd, Food and Identity in England 1540-1640: Eating to Impress (London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2015). ** Due to its success, this book is NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK ** For details click here: www.bloomsbury.com/9781472514431/
Paul Lloyd, Become Your Own Doctor: Lost Secrets of Humoral Healthcare Revealed (Winchester and Washington: Ayni, 2016). For details see: http://www.ayni-books.com/books/become-your-own-doctor
Forthcoming: Paul Lloyd, ‘The Lemon: A Medical Cure-All in the Early Modern British Countryside’, in Patrick Fournier and Claude Grimmer (eds) Médecine et santé dans la campagne du Moyen Âge au présent (Berne: Peter Lang, 2018).
Articles: Paul Lloyd, ‘Dietary Advice and Fruit Eating in Late Tudor and Early Stuart England’, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 67:4 (2012), pages 553-86.
Paul Lloyd, ‘The Changing Status of Offal: a fashionable food in England between 1545 and 1655’, Food, Culture and Society 15:1 (2012), pages 61-75.
Paul Lloyd, ‘Nutritious Foods and Consumption Choices in the Early Modern Period’, Social History of Medicine 24:1 (2011), pages 161-5.
Paul Lloyd, ‘Making Waterfowl Safe to Eat: Medical Opinion and the Science of Transforming Hurtful Nature in Early Seventeenth-century England’, Food and History 11:1 (2013), pages 35-55.
Paul Lloyd, 'Ancient Knowledge of Leukocytes: A Lost Humor Found', Nexus 23:4 (2016). Paul Lloyd, ‘When ‘Alternative’ Medicine was Mainstream: Recovering an Ancient Science’, Part One, Nexus 22:3 (2015), pages 19-24.
Paul Lloyd, ‘When ‘Alternative’ Medicine was Mainstream: Recovering an Ancient Science’, Part Two, Nexus 22:4 (2015), pages 21-26.
Paul Lloyd, 'Food Confusion: Reappraise, Adopt a Back-to Basics Approach with our Daily Regime', Positive Health Online 236 (February 2017).
Paul Lloyd, 'Is Modern Science Catching Up With Ancient Dietary Wisdom?' Watkins' Mind Body Spirit 50 (May 2017), page 81.
Paul Lloyd, Review of Anne Stobart, 'Household Medicine in Seventeenth Century England' (London: Bloomsbury, 2016) in American Institute of the History of Pharmacy (2017).
Paul Lloyd, Review of Craig Muldrew, ‘Food, Energy and the Creation of Industriousness: Work and Material Culture in Agrarian England, 1550-1780’ (Cambridge, 2011) in Food and History 10:1 (December, 2012), pages 219-20.