I just got word that there will be another sale tomorrow of a bunch of low-carb books on Kindle for a mere three bucks apiece. Last time a sale like this came around, I didn’t find out about it and get it up until halfway through the sale, and a lot of people missed out.
This time, I found out a little earlier. I wouldn’t normally put up a post like this right on the heels of the last one, but some many people missed out because I didn’t know about the sale and, thus, didn’t get it up quickly enough.
This list of books includes a number of books that were available last time plus a few new ones.
One of the new ones is The Poor Misunderstood Calorie by Bill Lagakos that tells you everything you need to know about calories. In fact, after reading this book, if anyone ever challenges you with any questions about calories in versus calories out, you’ll be prepared. It’s an excellent book that I purchased long ago in both paperback and then Kindle format a couple of years ago. Unlike you, I purchased my Kindle version for $8.95. You, however, can pick it up for a mere three bucks on Wednesday, May 20.
Another book that is sure to become a classic is Richard Feinman’s The World Turned Upside Down. A great read and filled with great info. If you didn’t get this one last time, grab it now.
Same with Judy Barnes Baker’s Nourished. It’s a real treasure of a low-carb cookbook.
Here is the line up.
Keto Blocks by Jennifer Matthews
Periodic Fasting: Repair your DNA, Grow Younger, and Learn to Appreciate Your Food by Cristian Vlad
Practical Keto Meal Plans for Endurance Athletes by Patricia Daly
Keto Adapted by Maria Emmerich
Nourished by Judy Barnes Baker
The Poor, Misunderstood Calorie by William Lagakos, PhD
The World Turned Upside Down: The Second Low-Carbohydrate Revolution by Richard David Feinman, PhD
Misguided Medicine by Colin E. Champ, M.D.
Understanding Keto by Jennifer Matthews
The Low-Carbohydrate Diet for Triathletes by Ben Greenfield
Ketone Power by Cristian Vlad
I’ve noticed that some of these books are already up at their $2.99 price, so you don’t even have to wait till tomorrow.
As I said in the previous post, if you have a review or an opinion on any of these books, please chime in in the comments
In case you missed out last time…