What the NY Times Doesn’t Want You to Know About My New Book

By Dr. Mercola I’m very pleased to announce that my new book, “Fat for Fuel,” released May 16, became an instant best-seller. As noted by Publishers Weekly May 26:1 “Unit sales inched up 1 percent in the adult nonfiction segment, helped by a new top-selling title. ‘Fat for Fuel’ by Joseph Mercola sold more than 34,000 copies in its first week, easily beating ‘Astrophysics for People in a Hurry,’ by Neil deGrasse Tyson, which sold more than 23,000 copies and came in second on the category best-seller list.” Nielsen ratings, considered the most accurate, show “Fat for Fuel” sold more than any other adult nonfiction book out there, yet The New York Times (NYT) — considered the pre-eminent list of best-selling books in the U.S. since 1931 — didn’t even include it in their top 15.2 Such a blatant omission is highly unusual, so Hay House, my publisher, reached out to find out why the book was being censored off the NYT best-seller list. NYT replied the book was


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