The My Sugar Free Journey Podcast – Episode 116: Dr Tro Kalayjian

In this week’s My Sugar Free Journey Podcast, we are talking to Dr Tro Kalayjian.

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You can find out more about Dr Tro at his website here. Thats where you want to go if you would like to schedule an appointment to talk about his obesity clinic services. You can also follow him on Twitter, Instagram or YouTube. Dr Tro and Dr Brian Lenzkes have teamed up with Dr Fung and Megan Ramos for the Low Carb MD podcast you can find here.

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2 Replies to “The My Sugar Free Journey Podcast – Episode 116: Dr Tro Kalayjian”

    1. Well, kind of. After I hit my low of 200 lbs, my weight starting creeping up a bit to 240 lbs and has stayed there for over a year. The crazy thing about this 240 plateau is how unbelievably sticky it is. No amount of of Keto, IF, protein leveraging, working out or anything else I’ve used in the past to move the needle is of any use. My personal belief is one big issue is whatever is causing my high blood pressure is causing so much stress and inflammation that my body doesn’t want to let go of the excess weight. I am saving up to get a sonogram on my kidneys to see if there is a blood flow issue there that is causing the problem but as of right now, all I know is something beyond my diet is keeping me from losing weight. Although, I’m perfectly happy with a 160 lb weight loss if that is all I ever achieve but I would love to lose about 50 lbs more.

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