Lifestyle Dr. John Poothullil’s Commentary Feature on the Price of Business Digital Network

Dr. John Poothullil’s Commentary Feature on the Price of Business Digital Network



John Poothullill practiced medicine as a pediatrician and allergist for more than 30 years, with 27 of those years in the state of Texas. He received his medical degree from the University of Kerala, India in 1968, after which he did two years of medical residency in Washington, DC and Phoenix, AZ and two years of fellowship, one in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the other in Ontario, Canada. He began his practice in 1974 and retired in 2008. He holds certifications from the American Board of Pediatrics, The American Board of Allergy & Immunology, and the Canadian Board of Pediatrics.During his medical practice, John became interested in understanding the causes of and interconnections between hunger, satiation, and weight gain. His interest turned into a passion and a multi-decade personal study and research project that led him to read many medical journal articles, medical textbooks, and other scholarly works in biology, biochemistry, physiology, endocrinology, and cellular metabolic functions. This eventually guided Dr. Poothullil to investigate the theory of insulin resistance as it relates to diabetes. Recognizing that this theory was illogical, he spent a few years rethinking the biology behind high blood sugar and finally developed the fatty acid burn switch as the real cause of diabetes.Dr. Poothullil has written articles on hunger and satiation, weight loss, diabetes, and the senses of taste and smell. His articles have been published in medical journals such as Physiology and Behavior, Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, Journal of Women’s Health, Journal of Applied Research, Nutrition, and Nutritional Neuroscience. His work has been quoted in Woman’s Day, Fitness, Red Book and Woman’s World.Dr. Poothullil resides in Portland, OR and is available for phone and live interviews.

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The Dr. John Poothullil Commentaries

How To Lower Your Cholesterol: A Testimonial

How To Lower Your Cholesterol: A Testimonial

Looking at Why People Eat Too Much

Does Reducing Body Weight Lead To Lower Blood Sugar?

Diabetes Is A Lifestyle Condition That Can Be Reversed

What Are Insulin Injections Really Treating in Type 2 Diabetics?

Two Doctors Discuss Diabetes

The Elephant in the Room Is Not Added Sugar

Bacteria and Keeping Your Gut Healthy

Type 2 Can Be Reversed Through Nutrition

Soaring U.S. Healthcare Costs Part 2: The Proposal

Soaring U.S. Healthcare Costs Part 1: The Problem

What Your Gut Bacteria Is Telling You

Lifestyle Conditions Can Be Reversed

Dr. John Talks About Cholesterol Levels on a High-Fat Diet

Try These Diabetes-Free Recipes for One Month

Our “Eat More” Culture Discussed With Dr. Marion Nestle

Reconnect With Your Authentic Weight in 2024

The Dangers of Too Much Salt in the American Diet

Food for Thought: Why We Shouldn’t Count Calories

The Unintended Consequences of the Green Revolution

Fight High Blood Sugar With Herbs and Spices

Type 2 Diabetes Cause Goes Against the Grain

Dr. John Talks About Nutrition

Diabetic? How Growing a Garden Can Help You Return to Health

Trick or Treat: The Really Scary Sugar To Fear This Halloween

Dr. John Talks About Stress Management

The Importance of the Body Mass Index [BMI]

The Necessity of Changing Your Diet if You Have Type 2 Diabetes

Misinformation About the Cause of Type 2 Diabetes

The Importance of Monitoring Blood Sugar

Type 2 Diabetes 

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