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Polycystic Kidney Disease and KetoCitra Q&A with Thomas Weimbs, PhD

Polycystic Kidney Disease and KetoCitra Q&A with Thomas Weimbs, PhD

In this video, Santa Barbara Nutrients’ president and UCSB Professor, Thomas Weimbs, PhD, discusses common questions about KetoCitra, ketosis, ketogenic diets, fasting, and other important information. If you have not yet asked a question and would like to, please feel free to email info@SantaBarbaraNutrients.com and we will promptly respond.

Please ALWAYS consult your doctor before changing your diet or taking supplements or medication. The posts and discussions in this video do not constitute medical advice. Please consult with your own health care professional regarding any changes you would like to make to your own health care plan.

Interview with Leading Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) Researcher, Dr. Roman-Ulrich Müller

Interview with Leading Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) Researcher, Dr. Roman-Ulrich Müller

Dr. Jacob Torres, Head Researcher at Santa Barbara Nutrients interviews Professor Dr. Roman-Ulrich Müller. Müller is the Deputy Director, Internal Medicine (Nephrology), at the University Hospital Cologne, Germany, and his team manages one of the largest ADPKD patient cohorts in Europe.

In this interview, Müller shares his deep knowledge about dietary interventions for kidney disease, understanding lab test results for eGFR and creatinine, and his latest research for the treatment of ADPKD.

To watch the full video, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSYA6W_akqE&t=233s

Nutritional management of polycystic kidney disease

What is the nutritional management of polycystic kidney disease?

Dr. Thomas Weimbs, professor at the University of California Santa Barbara and president of Santa Barbara Nutrients, was invited by the PKD Charity of the UK to present a webinar on the nutritional management of polycystic kidney disease. The UK PKD Charity is a patent advocacy organization in the UK and supports those affected by polycystic kidney disease, their families, and caregivers. They raise awareness and fund research.