1499: Why Don’t Doctors Share Keto As A Therapy For Chronic Disease?


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When you go to see your doctor, you might think they stay up-to-date on everything related to your health. But the reality is that most medical doctors are simply following the protocols they learned in medical school and residency--and nothing more! So when a patient comes in wanting advice on their diet, you'll very likely get a blank stare. Learn a bit about why doctors treat their patients with drugs and procedures rather than looking at ways to get to the root cause of the problems they are facing in the article below.

Why Do Doctors Overtreat? For Many, It's What They're Trained To Do

This is completely unacceptable to health podcaster and international bestselling author of KETO CLARITY Jimmy Moore who says doctors need more than the 3-6ish hours of training in nutrition they currently receive if they're actually going to help them heal from chronic disease. Listen in to hear Jimmy challenge the medical school system to teach a wide range of nutritional approaches to help with various disease states that patients present with in this Episode.

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"How many of you have had Type-2 Diabetes completely reverse when following a ketogenic diet? Why don't doctors know about this dietary protocol for treating this disease when it is working for so many people? They should." — Jimmy Moore

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