Bright Spots & Landmines Passes 50,000 Copies
The diaTribe Foundation is proud to announce that Adam Brown'sbook, Bright Spots & Landmines: The Diabetes Guide I Wish Someone Had Handed Me, has now been downloaded/purchased more than 50,000 times following publication exactly one year ago.
Readers continue to share incredibly positive feedback on the book's actionable food, mindset, exercise, and sleep advice, including people with type 1, type 2, and prediabetes – from newly diagnosed to 72 years living with diabetes.
Bright Spots & Landmines remains available as a free digital download (or name-your-own donation), as well as priced at $6 at-cost at Amazon.com. To date, more than 50% of copies have been distributed for free, in line with The diaTribe Foundation's commitment to access.
Kelly L. Close, founder and chair of The diaTribe Foundation, wrote the foreword for Bright Spots & Landmines. "This incredible book reimagines how to live well with diabetes and prediabetes. Adam combines vast medical research with his own diabetes experience, producing that rare crossover book that has scientific heft and broad accessibility. Bright Spots & Landmines is an authoritative, inspiring treatise on how we as individuals, and a country, can tackle this public health crisis."