Lies My Doctor Told Me- Ken Berry, MD (Book Summary)

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The Author’s Motivations

  • A Newsletter Subscription (free)
  • A bookstore that sells health books he’s endorsed either through his own books (as is the case with this book)
  • He also has a YouTube channel with over 2 million subscribers. Of whom, I am one. He has great information. It could be because his recommendations validate my approach to health and wellness.
  • His YouTube channel is a gateway into one of his other monetized platforms- Patreon.
  • He has, as of this writing, over five thousand Patrons on this site. On the low end of the Patreon subscription model ($5/month), he makes over $25K in monthly subscriptions. He has two other subscription plans- $12 and $20 per month. I’ll err on the conservative side, but he definitely has subscribers paying the higher monthly price for more access to Dr. Berry.
  • Dr. Berry is also prolific on YouTube. He has over 200 videos with about 20 of them having over 1 million views. Assuming a rate of $3–5 for every 1,000 views, I’d roughly estimate that Dr. Berry has earned about $100,000 for his top 20 videos.

Myth 1: Cholesterol Levels are a Good Indicator of Underlying Health Issues

Myth 2: Sun Exposure Increases Risk of Skin Cancer

Myth 3: Carbohydrates are Essential to Health

Three Actions To Help You Take Your Health Into Your Own Hands

1. Do your own research.

2. Remember the Hippocratic oath of “do no harm.”

3. Eat less refined foods.

The Take Away

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