Dr. Ted Naiman - What to Do After Carnivore, Carbs vs. Fat, Simplifying Health and Optimal Body Composition

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Dr. Ted Naiman (@tednaiman) is an absolute personal hero of mine and someone who has taught me more about nutrition and fitness than almost anyone. Ted is a board-certified Family Medicine physician in the department of Primary Care at a leading major medical center in Seattle. His personal research and medical practice are focused on the practical implementation of diet and exercise for health optimization. Ted is the co-author of The PE Diet with William Shewfelt, who’s been on the show 3 times! Ted is absolutely brilliant - I’ve followed his work for 5 years now and he posts incredibly helpful practical advice, research, infographics, and helps thousands of people, mainly on Twitter, but also with his YouTube videos and countless podcasts - all for free! What I love most about Ted is he is not a zealot - he’s open to changing his mind on all subjects and draws from research from not only the keto/ low carb research, but also more traditional, higher-carb doctors and approaches as well.

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