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Amy Berger, MS, CNS, NTP
Certified Nutrition Specialist and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner

Amy Berger

Amy Berger, MS, CNS, NTP, is a U.S. Air Force veteran, Certified Nutrition Specialist and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner who specializes in using low-carbohydrate nutrition to help people reclaim their vitality through eating delicious foods, and showing them that getting and staying well doesn't require starvation, deprivation, or living at the gym.

Her motto is, “Real people need real food!” She blogs at Tuit Nutrition, where she writes about a wide range of health and nutrition-related topics, such as insulin, metabolism, weight loss, thyroid function, and more. She is the author of The Alzheimer's Antidote: Using a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet to Fight Alzheimer’s Disease, Memory Loss, and Cognitive Decline.

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Stalled in Fat Loss on Keto? Introducing The Stall Slayer!

Think you’re doing “all the right things” to lose fat on keto and it’s not working? You're not alone! The good news is, it’s easy to get the scale moving again with just a few simple tips and Amy Berger's new book will show you how to do it.

Beyond Diabetes: Health Benefits of Vinegar

The myriad health benefits of vinegar. How it can aid digestion, help lower blood glucose and insulin after meals, and finally how it deters against the proliferation of harmful bacteria.

How To Follow a Low-Carb Diet If You Are Busy

Busy people's guide to a low-carb diet step-by-step: What to keep in your fridge, freezer and pantry; how to use leftovers and speed up the cooking process; essentials you should always have at hand, and more tips to keep keto simple.

Is Gout Caused by Red Meat or Metabolic Syndrome?

What is gout and why the conventional approach doesn't work for everyone suffering with this painful condition. Do they need to avoid animal protein? Learn how improving insulin sensitivity could have beneficial effects for gout sufferers.

Is Alzheimer's a Metabolic Disease?

A low-carb, high-fat diet as a promising nutritional intervention for a condition for which there are no effective treatments: Alzheimer’s disease.