The My Sugar Free Journey Podcast – Episode 70: Gary Fettke

In this week’s My Sugar Free Journey Podcast, we are talking to Gary Fettke about the role of Religion in Dietary Guidelines.

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4 Replies to “The My Sugar Free Journey Podcast – Episode 70: Gary Fettke”

  1. Apparently you haven’t heard of Dr. Shawn Baker from New Mexico. He is a Zero Carb or more accurately a Carnivorous eater…meat and water only. A Champion rower and an Orthopedic Surgeon who started an “NequalsMany” study for those willing to eat only meat for 90 days and get blood work done. I believe rather than fight his suspension or permanently give up his license, he has agreed to “Retraining.” Just google him…he is on many podcasts and lots of Youtube videos and you can go to his https://nequalsmany.com/ website. He will be on Robb Wolf Podcast soon to reveal the results of his bloodwork.

    Shawn Baker, MD – License no. MD2006-0659 – Stipulation and Order
    for Voluntary Surrender of License and Permanent Restriction on Reapplication
    was issued accepting Dr. Baker’s voluntary and permanent surrender of license
    stating that he may not petition the Board for reinstatement, renewal, restoration
    or reapplication for any license to practice medicine in NM without first proving
    clinical skills competency. This action was based on failure to report adverse
    action taken by a healthcare entity and incompetence to practice as a licensee.
    (September 2017)

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