Part 2 – Nutritional Solutions for Weight Management: What Works?

In this podcast Dr Kirti Salunkhe and Dr Christopher Keroack discuss the importance of following a regular exercise routine and they address the topic of underlying inflammation often seen in obese patients. Also, in this episode, Drs Salunkhe and Keroack take a deeper dive into the creation of diet plans based on gene testing and the overall impact seen when following a ketogenic type diet or low carb, high protein diet. These clinical pearls can be incorporated into any weight management plan to help improve outcomes for your patients looking for a new approach to a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle

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Dr Keroack is a graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine and has numerous certifications from the Institute of Functional Medicine. Chris ensures that each of his patient’s personalized health and wellness plan takes into account the five foundational imbalances: nutrition, metabolism, inflammation, detoxification and oxidation. He is also the author of the book, “Changing Directions: Navigating the Path to Optimal Health and Balanced Living,” blending classical and alternative medicine approaches  into a balanced method of caring and healing that is he is known for


Christopher Keroack, MD









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