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One of the things we have not really addressed before is the role of reduced carbohydrates in wound care and infectious diseases.  As a physician trained in these areas as well as obesity medicine, Dr. Ravi Kamepalli is working to improve patient outcomes with keto(genic)-based nutrition. “Insulin Resistance is the core problem,” he said, “and I’ve found that cutting carbs really helps a patient to heal.”  He says that while clinical trials are important, we also need to do n=1 trials.  We need to move from the mass medicine mindset and narrow it down to personal health.  That is where healthcare is going, and that is where we have to empower doctors.”

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