BIG NEWS, EVERYONE!
My e-book, The Alzheimer’s Antidote, is now available for sale on Amazon, for Kindle readers. =D In celebration of this semi-momentous event for me, I am running a pre-sale discount of “30% by the 30th.” If you order the kindle format book before March 30, the sale price is $6.99. Beginning April 1, the book will be available for the full price of $9.99. (Note: you can order the Kindle version any time before 3/30, but it will not be delivered to your device until that date.)
I would like to once again thank Ellen Davis, the brilliant mind behind Ketogenic Diet Resource, which is the single best one-stop-shop I know of for anything and everything you could possibly want to know about ketogenic diets for everything from weight loss to diabetes management and adjunct cancer therapy. (In fact, she has three excellent e-books on implementing ketogenic diets, one for cancer, one for type 2 diabetes, and one for type 1 diabetes.)
This time around, I would also like to thank Mike Sheridan, who is basically the only reason my book is now available for Kindle at all. I may have written this thing, but he’s the one who formatted it for kindle and took care of all the technical logistics. (Not my strong suit!) Mike has an adorable Canadian accent, but even better than that, he’s got a few books of his own that you might be interested in. (Tell me, dear readers, has there ever been a book title in the centuries-old history of publishing better than Eat Meat and Stop Jogging?) He’s also got a blog where he writes aboot nutrition, food, and stuff I don’t really cover at all, like exercise and athletic performance. Go check it out, eh?
I am so grateful to both Ellen and Mike for helping me to make this potentially lifesaving information available to a much wider audience.
Also: If you’ve already purchased the e-book, or plan to purchase it for Kindle, please consider leaving a review on Amazon. (Especially if you liked it and found it educational & helpful!) If you do write a review, please specify somewhere in it that you purchased the book through the author’s website before it was available on Amazon, and that’s why it is not an official “verified purchase.” (Because the Kindle version will not be delivered until 3/30, Amazon might not give you the option to leave a review until after then, but keep it on your radar to do so when you have a chance!)
And one more thing before I get out of your hair for the day:
The convenience of e-books is tempered by the risk that some of the links included will change and no longer direct you to the correct pages. I recently went through the e-book to update broken links and add some brief thoughts on the use of exogenous ketones for Alzheimer’s. If you purchased the book, you should have received an email notification about the update, including a link for a free download of the updated version. If you have not received this email, but purchased the original e-book and would like a free copy of the update, please contact me.
P.S. I have had a couple of requests for a print version of the book. At the moment, that is not available, but I might be doing a print-on-demand option in the near future. For now, it's just the e-book as a pdf, or the Kindle version.
Disclaimer: Amy Berger, MS, CNS, NTP, is not a physician and Tuit Nutrition, LLC, is not a medical practice. The information contained on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any medical condition and is not to be used as a substitute for the care and guidance of a physician. Links in this post and all others may direct you to amazon.com, where I will receive a small amount of the purchase price of any items you buy through my affiliate links.