People often ask me if they can make a donation to support my work.
I genuinely and deeply appreciate such offers. It means the world to me that people value my contribution enough to offer some material support to keep it coming.
I don't have a donate button on the site and have no plans to add one, however.
There are two reasons. First, I would prefer to offer value back. If you make a purchase from me for yourself or someone else, you benefit, or the person who you gifted the purchase to, benefits, just as much as me. We all benefit together. Second, when you make a purchase, you make a choice about which of my offerings is most valuable, and that helps me understand what you value most so I can put my efforts toward their best use in the future.
Here are various ways to support my work, including no extra cost to you, and ranging from $10 to larger price tags:
- At no extra cost to you at all, you can make your ordinary Amazon purchases with my Amazon affiliate link, or you can make a purchase directly from one of the companies I work with as an affiliate.
- For $10, you can purchase The Food and Supplement Guide for the Coronavirus.
- For $15, you can pre-order a single format of my Vitamins and Minerals 101 book.
- For $25, you can pre-order a digital bundle of my Vitamins and Minerals 101 book.
- For $29.99, you can purchase a copy of my ebook, Testing Nutritional Status: The Ultimate Cheat Sheet.
- For $35, you can pre-order a complete bundle of my Vitamins and Minerals 101 book.
- For a recurring $15/month or $120/year, you can join the CMJ Masterpass.
- For $250-$1499.99, you can work one-on-one with me.
Any of these can be purchased for yourself or someone else, and can be purchased in multiples.
Thank you so much for your support!
I wish you and your family health and safety during this difficult time,
Note: While I earn commissions if you use these links to buy these products at no extra cost to you, if you join the CMJ Masterpass I give the commissions back to you in full. If you use these products regularly you will absolutely save more than you possibly could anywhere else by signing up for the CMJ Masterpass and participating in my rebate program.
Four Sigmatic. Mushroom coffee that lights up your brain in the morning.
Kion. Ben Greenfield's coffee, supplements, and healthy snacks.
LMNT. The saltiest electrolyte drink on the market. Great hangover cures, athletes who sweat a lot, people with low dopamine (low motivation, low energy, low focus, easy distraction), and people who seem to poorly absorb or hang on to nutrients. Also great when plain water seems to go in one end and immediately out the other.
ChiliPAD or OOLER. Sleep deeper and feel more rested by staying cool through the night.
Blublox. The blue-blocking glasses I use at night to get better sleep.
Seeking Health. One of my preferred brands of supplements, and StrateGene, the only third party genetic report I use regularly.
Ancestral Supplements. Organ meats made easy, by putting them into capsules.
Abby's Elderberry. They offer syrups with natural sweeteners or with glycerin for a no-added-sugars option.
OysterMax. The simplest way to get in an oyster or two a day, by far and away the best way to get zinc.
US Wellness meats. The original grass-fed.
North Star Bison. Grass-fed bison, and the best fresh liver I've ever found.
White Oak Pastures. Low-histamine, grass-fed, zero-waste, negative-carbon-footprint meats. Incredibly dedicated to animal welfare and the environment. I love their “paleo ground beef,” pan-fried and heavily seasoned with taco seasoning as a tasty way to get organ meats into my diet.
Vital Choice seafood. Good salmon is hard to find. Here it is.
Berkey Water Filters. I personally use the Travel Berkey, souped up with the fluoride filters.
Joovv red light phototherapy devices. I'll be testing their effect on my testosterone levels soon.
Magic Spoon breakfast cereal. High-protein, low-carb breakfast cereal with the nostalgic ring of your favorite childhood flavors. One of Time Magazine's Best Inventions of 2019.
Pique Tea. Premium teas, with the convenience of crystals and without the plastics of tea bags.