Where Can You Go For Solid Low-Carb Medical Advice?

Filed under: Low-carb Tips — @ March 27, 2007

As I have stated many times before, I am not a doctor or a nutritionist (although I am looking into trying to become a trained dietitian–if only there were a program that was “low-carb” friendly to teach people like me the ins and outs of it all). So the information I provide here at CarbWire and at my blog is from two perspectives.

First, it is from my own empirical research and investigation into this amazing lifestyle change known as low-carb living. And second, it is from my own personal experience losing a ton of weight and improving my health with this remarkable nutritional approach.

With that said, I sometimes receive e-mails from desperate people who ask much more complicated questions than I have knowledge to respond to it. That’s okay because I never pretend to have all the answers. But I do know a few people in the low-carb community who DO have the knowledge and experience to accurately provide answers to the tough topics.

Click here to learn how you can find reliable “low-carb friendly” advice about your difficult questions regarding the low-carb lifestyle and read an excellent example of an answer from a low-carb medical expert provided to one of my readers whose husband has 400 total cholesterol 1200+ triglycerides, and kidney stones.

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