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Fair Use of BTD Materials
I and my wife have a small shop for food supplements, etc. and we would like to promote the ERFYT-diet. Can we freely promote it, quoting from your books as well, or are there restrictions? Which? Please let me know, as I really would like to get on with it.
There is no hard-or-fast rule with regard to the use of my work. If you are making the information available free of charge and not linking the work to any non officially endorsed products or services, then you have my best wishes. Thank you for helping to get the word out.
I ask you not the photocopy or otherwise make available the diets, nor violate the publisher's copyright. However if you use the book as a reference work (or even keep a few to lend out) for use by your clients, then by all means feel free to do so.
Although also protected by copyright, anything available on this website is available for use by you for your clients if the can either read English (since your E-mail address indicates you are from Denmark!) or you are willing to translate it for them.
The Ask Dr. D'Adamo internet advice column ran from 1996 to 2009, at which time Dr. D'Adamo's teaching and programming responsibilities no longer allowed him to
devote time and resources to directly answering visitor questions. However we've recently reorganized this treasure-trove of material and made it again available to his readership. He occasionally posts new entries. These are marked with a NEW tag.
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