The Food Revolution in German!

Köstliche revolution

Do you like this blog and the Food Revolution video? Then you’ll probably love my book – but it’s not yet available in English. However, if you know German you’re in luck as the German translation has just been released. I just got a copy, it looks very nice.

Feel free to tell any German friends that you might have:

PS: The book is also available in Swedish, Norwegian, Estonian and Finnish. An Icelandic version will soon be released.

14 comments

  1. Kaido
    Estonian version is already in stores. At least 3 months.
    Reply: #5
  2. ZellZ
    Hope the English version comes out soon. I will also listen to the video "Food Revolution" Dr E has out, this week. I took a quick look at it just now - wow, would that we All could look as good as "Diet Doctor" does, following his way of eating! :D (And, of course, one has to eat organic meats & pristine, grass fed this & that - which is a Wonderful way to eat but Not something we all can afford as much as we would like. And then there are all the other "factors" that can step in to complicate matters. Still, this lchf way of eating IS a delicious way to eat & it certain helps keep sugar addiction at bay)!
  3. LarryB
    Icelandic? But no English in the pipeline?

    There are what, 300,000 people in Iceland, but I suppose the translation isn't hugely difficult. I'm also surprised to not see it in Danish just because it too is a cousin of Swedish. (I recall a Norwegian woman sitting next to me on an SAS flight telling me that the crew was careful to speak in a way that most speakers of Scandinavian languages could understand rather than making announcements in three different languages.)

  4. Auto
    I look forward for the english version :-)
    I hope it can be ordered from amazon.

    Thanks.

  5. Thanks for the update! I changed the post.
  6. spiegel
    Hi,
    I´ve got the German book, very interesting and good stuff.
    But there remains a question concerning to the table at page 95.
    For the study "Shai -08" the number of participants is mentiont by "213".
    But in the text (page 92) Eenfeldt writes, there have been 322 participants at the Shai-study.

    Does anybody know, why there is a difference of 109 people?

    Reply: #8
  7. HM240
    I'll be the first of many people to buy the English version of this book. And thanks for the great blog!
  8. martinus
    I saw your book advertised in a small local bookstore here in Steyr, Austria. They even had a billboard standing on the street with the cover of the book on it. I hope it sells well!
  9. Timo
    Hi Andreas,

    Thanks a lot for all the effort you put into LCHF. I am just reading the German version of your book...it is great!

    6 month ago I started to lower my carb intake and since 5 months I am eating LCHF (at the same time I started my German LCHF Blog)...I love the taste of real food :-)

    Side effects: I lost 16kg and 22cm belly size...and improved blood results

    It will be a long time until majority of people realize what real and healthy food means...but it is worth to work for the change. It is starting slowly, but LCHF is becoming more and more popular in Germany as well.

    Thanks a lot
    Timo

  10. Manfred
    Hello Andreas,

    I am a German national, curious in the LCHF and Paleo diets, and have as such read more than 40 books in the last 2 1/2 years. (Gary Taubes, Weston Price, Loren Cordain, William Davis, Wolgang Lutz, Robert Lustig etc.) Reading the German version of your book was therefore a must for me and please allow me to express my compliments, it's a great book.

    The only thing I was wondering about - and this was in the short section about cancer - is, that there was no mentioning about Otto Warburg who was awarded the Nobel Prize back in 1931.
    He was a biochemist and elaborated the Warburg hypothesis which postulates that cancer cells generate energy mainly by the non-oxidative breakdown of glucose, in contrary to normal cells. Here is the Wikipedia link:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warburg_hypothesis

    A lady who is investigating on this hypothesis further in Germany is Prof. Ulrike Kämmerer from Würzburg University. She has written the following book: http://www.amazon.de/Krebszellen-lieben-Zucker-Patienten-brauchen/dp/... . (Transl. "Cancer Cells Love Sugar - Patients Need Fat).

    May be this is another hint about the danger of high energy carbs which, at the end, are nothing else than sugars.

    Just wanted to share this with you.

    Best regards,
    Manfred

  11. Sarah
    Very much looking forward to the English version!!! Any estimated date on that? :)
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