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Eric Sodicoff, M.D.
Certified in Internal Medicine and Obesity medicine. Member: Obesity Medicine Association
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. 32m
Replying to @KetoConnect
This time of year a Little cold at the jersey shore.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. 8h
Replying to @evolutionarypsy
My father is a (retired) anatomy professor and no weapons expert.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. 9h
Health Professions Council of South Africa: Support Dr. Tim Noakes - Sign the Petition! via
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. 12h
Replying to @wabmester
When it comes to colds I subscribe to a minimalist approach although Tylenol does take the edge off the misery.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. 12h
Replying to @CJMcFadden
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. 14h
...at VERY least. Double that.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. 14h
Him too.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. 15h
Replying to @TroKalayjian
He doesn’t shower.He soaks in that glass tank thingy, probably eats there too.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. 15h
I need to snap a photo before the sun melts it all.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. retweeted
Dr Steven Horvitz Feb 17
Replying to @ProfTimNoakes
Unfortunately many physicians are stuck in a corporate-insurer-govt dominated system where they are not allowed to think, instead just follow guidelines. We need more thinkers in medicine to make the change.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. retweeted
Jan Vyjidak Feb 17
Time to end medical reversals?
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. Feb 17
Replying to @erreyedoc
First 5 minutes ... so far
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. Feb 17
Haven’t you seen loads of statin taking people with LDLs <50 show up to the ER having acute events? I know I have. Adding Zetia, Welchol, fibrates the answer? Not that I’ve observed.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. Feb 17
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. Feb 17
Replying to @IMWHorvitz
Let’s say I break car my putting diesel in my gasoline engine. It would be insane for the mechanic to suggest that a soon to be invented fuel additive could fix the situation. No, the only solution is to only put the correct fuel into the tank.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. Feb 17
Replying to @erreyedoc
The O3 supplement trials so far have been a bust on the whole. Why they didn’t work is a subject of debate. Perhaps they work better only in people who are on low carb compared to adding them to My Plate. Like applying 💄 on a pig.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. Feb 17
Replying to @IMWHorvitz
Reversing NAFLD by carb restriction is a useful stop gap measure until the pharmaceutical industry invents a better treatment??! HOW WARPED IS THIS LINE OF LOGIC??
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. retweeted
Low Carb Dr. T Feb 16
Had a chat w/ on his podcast. We talk about hunger, satiety, my weight loss, and the state of the ignorance in the medical community. Let me know your thoughts.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. Feb 16
Neutropenia- low granulucytes. Absolute neutrophil count < 500 is critically low. Infamously seen in chemo patients.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. Feb 16
Skittles induced neutropenia?
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