Tro Kalayjian, MD, is a board-certified primary care physician and runs the Medical Weight Loss Center in Rockland and Bergen County, Tappan, New York. He has published case reports on achalasia, binge eating disorder, and food addiction. His therapeutic focus includes diabetes, obesity, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, metabolic syndrome, and polycystic ovary syndrome. He can be followed on Twitter @DoctorTro
Brian J. Lenzkes, MD, is a board-certified internal medicine doctor in Santee, California. He is also a staff physician at the Scripps Mercy Hospital. From 2006-2017 he has received the San Diego County Medical Society, San Diego Magazine Top Doctors Award. He does international volunteer medical work for Medical Outreach to Cuba and Guatemala, El Salvador Medial Outreach with Potter’s Field Ministries, and House Build, Mexico, with Canyon View Outreach. He can be followed on Twitter @BrianLenzkes
Drs. Tro Kalayjian (Tapan, New York) and Brian Lenzkes (Santee, California) talk to Matt about his struggles with food, pornography, and alcohol addiction, and how changing his diet contributed to his recovery from his addictions. This report is excerpted from the audio podcast LowCarbMD, Episode 13 (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/low-carb-md-podcast/ ), January 30, 2019). This podcast has filled us with immense hope for those struggling with addiction.
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