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Lori Shemek, PhD Aug 15
Inflammation is one of the single most Important mechanisms driving the epidemic. Eating more, poor food choices, moving less & many more are all contributors. Take action with your health choices today - small steps are key!
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Rami Lutfi, MD Nov 27
updated position statement on bariatric surgery in class I obesity for patients with BMI 30 -35. What more evidence we need before we can provide the right treatment to our patients suffering from ? Bariatric surgery is not simply weight loss surgery!
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Gary Fettke Mar 31
When the nutrition lose touch with the people then it's time for a revolution. History will repeat itself if the collective realise they are being done over.
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Gary Fettke Feb 13
Wondering if we are heading for another population bottleneck. Concept of mass extinction based on a variety of factors, including . Discussion with the team today over food/environmental security.
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Maria Jose Soler Nov 16
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Alan Watson Nov 11
In The News: A $1.2 trillion industry, people are snacking more today, esp millennials. “On a given day, the avg adult today is having more snacks than full meals." Exactly what Dr Atkins warned us about: Carb-created constant hunger leading to .
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Paul Michael MD, FSCAI Jan 3
Replying to @ChristianAssad
I am an interventional cardiologist practicing full time amputation prevention and: shouldn’t be explaining the menace of to patients when it’s a PREVENTABLE disease, we have to work on the kids! Nice job
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Carlos Galvani Nov 19
If you see any resemblance between the maps showing people diagnosed with and , you are correct. It's called "the twin epidemics" or . But there is a way to escape...
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Jaime Ponce MD Nov 16
Diabetes and Obesity can be treated with ...See how a patient Jay improved his diabetes, overall health and quality of life after losing more 110 lbs with 👇
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Gary Fettke May 29
out of control when we had 'National Biscuit Day' yesterday. Thankfully I missed 'National Buttermilk Biscuit Day' on May 17. And there is an official 'National Chicken Dance Day'. We have officially 'lost the plot'. Looking forward to that becoming a holiday now!
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ERA-EDTA Oct 7
Do not miss the next CME Course organised by the ERA-EDTA WG Diabesity "Diabetes and Obesity in Renal Disease in 2019, an update" in Madrid, Spain on November 15 and 16, 2019. All info here
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Chadwick Digo Oct 11
food environment is a significant public health concern affecting more and more children worldwide. Those are not only limited to developed countries, but to developing nations as well thus the increasing trends of internationally.
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Rami Lutfi, MD Nov 16
is a curable disease.. But early intervention is key. is the backbone of any meaningful attempt to defeat Obesity and type II diabetes.
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Christina Han Feb 11
It's important to remember that these pregnant women are often aware of their and that "fat-shaming" is neither helpful nor productive.
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Christina Han Feb 11
is a valuable tool in the management of pregnancies with , yet many providers lack understanding of how to best optimize imaging. Hence, if we must do ultrasound, we must commit to doing it well.
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Jaime Ponce MD Jan 7
Obesity + Type 2 Diabetes = is the largest health epidemic in human history. The epidemic is expected to plague 366 million people in 2030!!!
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Blake Burris ⛩️ May 8
Thanks to Nina Teichholz, for publicizing the single event which set America's heart disease and epidemic in motion: President Dwight Eisenhower's heart attack in 1955. It's no wonder the establishment sick-care industry doesn't have anything nice to say about her work
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Alice Mar 5
Replying to @Leicnut
And Michael Moseley is entirely accurate. What a lot of insulin needed for that little lot.
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Dr Tejal Lathia Mar 16
Sunday morning, Bariatric CME
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Michelle DooleyMahon Jun 19
Before & After 5 months between photos. and are on my blog under my bio.
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