Tag: ketogenic diet

  • DR CHRIS PALMER

    Category: DOCTORS
    Address: 115 Mill St
    Belmont
    Massachusetts
    02478
    United States

    Dr Chris Palmer is a psychiatrist and assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, working at the interface of metabolic and mental disorders. He has been pioneering the use of the ketogenic diet as a treatment for psychiatric disorders. Dr Palmer has used the low-carbohydrate and ketogenic diets in practice for over 15 years now, mostly for weight loss. Recently, he has found an anti-psychotic and mood-stabilizing effect from specific types of the ketogenic diet. Now he is pursuing clinical research in this area to better understand the topic. As a result, he is in demand as a speaker at national and international conferences on this topic. In addition, he is also consulting to patients from around the world. For more information, you can call +1 617-855-2180, email cpalmer@partners.org, visit his website and follow him on Twitter @ChrisPalmerMD, Facebook and Instagram.  

  • DR JOHN RESNEDER

    Category: DOCTORS
    Address: 900 N Porter, Suite 212
    Norman
    Oklahoma
    73071
    United States

    Dr John Resneder runs the Keto Wellness and Hormone Clinic in Norman, Oklahoma. Dr Resneder says that the ketogenic diet is much more than a diet. It  is a lifestyle that rejuvenates and can create sustained well being in most of our organ systems. His clinic mission is wellness through personalized nutrition, hormone balance, and the correction of metabolic dysfunction. He says that with these goals, weight loss is maximized by selective fat burning. Patients can expect reduced inflammation which may counter many diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, bowel irritation, depression, arthritis and many other debilitating diseases or disorders. For more information, you can call him on +1 405-217-2922, fax +1 405-217-2940 fax or visit the clinic website at www.johnresnedermd.com 900 N. Porter Suite 212 Norman, OK 73071

  • JEAN-YVES DIONNE

    Category: PHARMACISTS
    Address: 30 Avenue Henley
    Mount Royal
    Quebec
    H3P 1V3
    Canada

    Canadian pharmacist Jean-Yves Dionne is also an integrative health coach, trainer, clinical consultant and founder of L’Académie de l’Apothicaire (Apothecary Academy) in Quebec. His mission: Helping people achieve their health goals through optimisation of diet, lifestyle, supplements and medication. He currently teaches at Université Laval and Université de Montreal. The Academy offers designed training to expand the toolkit for health professionals. For more information, you can email him at info@jydionne.com or visit his websites at www.jydionne.com and www.apothicaire.ca.

  • KINESIOLOGY ASIA

    Address: Cochrane Street,
    Hong Kong
    Hong Kong Island
    Hong Kong (SAR)

    Oliver Smith is a kinesiologist and nutrition specialist at Kinesiology Asia. He offers a personalised Ketogenic Program, which aims to provide guidance and support for clients on reaping the maximum health benefits of going ketogenic (very low-carb, high-fat). He says that kinesiology can help to optimise the ketogenic diet for the body’s needs and r specific health goals. That’s in addition to helping to restore balance to the gastrointestinal system naturally and holistically. For more information, please email Oliver at oliver@kinesiologyasia.com or visit the website at http://kinesiologyasia.com/keto/.  

  • DR NICK TELLIS

    Category: DOCTORS
    Address: 16 Partridge Street
    Glenelg
    South Australia
    5045
    Australia

    Australian GP Dr Nick Tellis is Practice Principal at the Partridge Street General Practice in Glenelg, Adelaide, and Chair of Southern Adelaide General Practice Council. He uses his medical knowledge to help patients achieve their health goals. “The body will go where the mind leads it,” Dr Tellis says. Thus, he firmly believes that taking the time to communicate well achieves real, long-term change for patients. He believes that doctors need more training in nutrition. Diabetes and obesity have increased over the last 30 years and medical advice must move on and address this, he says. Dr Tellis has researched and implemented LCHF/ketogenic diets for himself and his valued patients because “eat less and walk more” is clearly not working. “Medicine is a lifetime of ongoing learning and LCHF is a great tool to manage weight and health,” he says. Dr Tellis takes particular interest in promoting good mental health and is listed as a provider with Beyond Blue. You can follow him on Twitter (@partridgegp), and on Facebook, or email drnicktellis@gmail.com.

  • DR CHRISTY KESSLERING

    Category: DOCTORS
    Address: Radiation Oncology Consultants, 4405 Weaver Pkwy,
    Warrenville
    Illinois
    60555
    United States

    Dr Christy Kesslering is a radiation oncologist who recommends the ketogenic and low-carb, high-fat diets to patients her practice in  Warrenville, Illinois. For more information, call (630) 352-5350 or visit www.chicagocancer.org    

  • NASER ABDULLAH ALAWADH

    Address: Kipco Tower, Al-shuhada St,
    كويت
    Al Asimah
    Kuwait

    Naser Abdullah Alawadh is a sports and fitness dietitian at LOSE it Nutrition Counseling Center in Kuwait. He works with athletes and “everyday joes” who want to lose weight and live healthily. He has a BSc in Nutrition and Food Science from Colorado State University in the US. He is also a Certified Personal Fitness Trainer by NESTA (National Exercise and Sport Training Association). He supports the low-carb approach and has several clients–  as well as himself – on a ketogenic diet and says: “We love it!”

  • DR EUGENE FINE

    Address: 1695 Eastchester Rd
    Bronx
    New York
    10461
    United States

    Dr Eugene Fine is clinical professor in the Department of Radiology (Nuclear Medicine) at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Downstate Medical Cente. He and his colleagues are studying effects of ketogenic diets on aggressive cancers. They have published a pilot study (10 patients) of a ketogenic diet in cancers. The extent of ketosis correlated with stable disease or partial remission. They are also studying mechanisms by which ketone bodies inhibit cancer cell growth and energy metabolism. Finally, they are   preparing to combine ketogenic diets with drug therapies, testing first in animals. THey hypothesize, ultimately, that improved efficacy due to the ketogenic diet will reduce toxic drug doses, improving both outcomes and quality of life.