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Avishkar Sabharwal, M.D., Dipl. ABOM
Decoding Obesity
The biology of obesity is complex. As we gain new insights and develop new empirics, we move a step closer to cracking this code. Here we help you develop a deeper understanding of this disease, develop a healthy relationship with nutrition, promote self-care, and emote a new confidence of "Yes, I can do it!"Disclaimer: Information provided on this podcast does not constitute medical advice. Consult your health care professional prior to trying any of the modalities mentioned here. For more info, head to:
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 53 ratings
Listened to the menopause podcast which I was excited about and it had no substance. It provided no facts, data, physiology, etc.
Sankdafide via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/29/21
Very helpful insights
Great job bringing in experts in key aspects of obesity and how to practically improve our health, who communicate clearly, and the host highlights and summarizes key points
ScottTurn via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/20/21
I am a practicing physician double board certified in Internal Medicine and Obesity medicine. This podcast brings extensive review of the most relevant and uptodate topics in obesity. The format is great. I highly recommend it to physicians and patients.
Dr.Strukova via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/19/21
Recent Episodes
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