Dr Brian Lenzkes is a board-certified internal medicine specialist practising in Santee, California. With Dr Kristin Baier, he runs the Low-Carb MD San Diego Direct Primary Care and Metabolic Health clinic. To ensure quality of care, Dr Lenzkes and Dr Baier say that they will be capping the number of patients they can serve in their practice. Patients must also be 17 and over. Dr Lenzkes has been voted one of the “Top Doctors” in San Diego for 11 years. His practice is based on personal experience of weight gain and his struggles to lose weight after years of religiously following conventional medical and dietary advice. In February 2017, he learned of the evidence for low-carb, high-fat (LCHF) and intermittent fasting (IF) and his life and medical practice medicine changed. He soon lost nearly 50 lbs, has maintained the weight loss and is helping others on their journey. He is encouraged that his patients are able to maintain weight loss and reduce or discontinue medications including insulin. He is able to practice medicine in a way that is truly helping others to change their lives through lifestyle modification. He is proud to be a member of the Nutrition Network and LCHF Read more [...]
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Dr Hana Krejči is a specialist in diabetology and internal medicine at Charles University, General University Hospital in Prague. She takes care of patients with various types of diabetes and pregnant women with internal complications in pregnancy (including pre-gestational and gestational diabetes). She also tutors younger colleagues and lectures to medical students. Dr Krejči says her experience with low-carb, high-fat (LCHF) has changed the way she understands pathogenesis and treatment of obesity and diabetes. “The positive effect of this lifestyle is fascinating and it is worth of attention from medical authorities and nutritionists,” she says.
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Dr Gudmundur Johannsson is an internal medicine specialist and an emergency medicine physician at the Department of Emergency Medicine at Landspitali University Hospital in Reykjavik, Iceland. He is also CEO of the Icelandic Health Symposium (www.icelandichealthsymposium.is), a non-profit organization whose objective is to bring together regularly some of the best and brightest minds from the scientific world as well as a broad range of other fields concerning human health and wellbeing. The symposium aims to give them the platform to share their cutting-edge knowledge and ideas on optimum nutrition and other issues with health care professionals, policy makers and the public. 5)
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Dr Amy Savagian is a US physician who is board certified in internal medicine, integrative medicine and obesity medicine. In her practice she has a preventative focus and uses a blend of modern western medicine, lifestyle changes and nutrition to effect positive change. She trained at the University of Southern California and finished medical school in 2009. Since that time she has done internship and residency at USC, White Memorial and Huntington Memorial Hospital, where she continues to teach medical nutrition. Her aim is to help her patients achieve their optimal wellness to be their healthiest, happiest selves and look and feel their best.