Chairman, Department of Cardiology at Clear Lake Regional Medical Center and Research Professor, Department of Nutrition and Applied Science, University of Houston Clear Lake
Before working as a cardiologist, he served as an assistant professor of medicine for eight years at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, where he also received his medical training. He has championed the low-carb lifestyle in the local Clear Lake area since 2013. Dr. Ali organizes a monthly nutritional seminar in the Searcy Auditorium of the Clear Lake Hospital that receives more than 100 visitors every month from the local community. He is a leader in the nutrition community whose research and passion have inspired many to profound health changes.
Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder, Pounds Transformation and a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
FAAFP, Professor, West Virginia University School of Medicine
Nutritional psychiatry consultant and founder of DiagnosisDiet.com
FAAFP, “Denver’s Low-Carb Diet Doctor” and owner, South Suburban Family Medicine
Attorney at Law, Businessman and Advocate
Mr. Martinez has traveled extensively and has visited 45 of the 50 states and 26 foreign countries including Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Mr. Martinez is a prolific public speaker and regularly appears in print and broadcast media. He is a member of the State and Federal Bars of New Jersey, New York, and the District of Columbia.
CEO, Low Carb USA
So he decided to give it a go and, after an adaptation period of about 10 days, the results were spectacular. His weight started coming down and running became easier and more enjoyable each day.
He am back down to the weight he was when he was 30, his recovery after training is better than it has ever been, his sore knees and other aches and pains have cleared up and he am no longer experiencing any respiratory issues.
He is now committed to helping to reverse the current consensus on diet here in the US and around the world. The consequences of the governmental dietary policies introduced in 1977 have been catastrophic and he believes it’s time we all took a stand!
Associate Professor of Medicine, Duke University
He also belongs to the Society of General Internal Medicine, the Society for Nicotine and Smoking Cessation Research, NAASO: The Obesity Society, and the American Society of Bariatric Physicians. He is also on the Editorial Board of Nutrition & Metabolism.
Ted Eytan is a family physician with clinical interests in preventive care and eliminating disparities in health status among vulnerable populations, including people who are LGBTQ and those with diabetes, obesity, and other forms of metabolic syndrome.
His prior experience includes physician leadership in digital engagement, health informatics and web services, and innovation within the large integrated health systems. Ted attended medical school at the University of Arizona, received his master’s of public health degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and his master’s of science, health services degree from the University of Washington. He completed his residency training at Group Health Cooperative and his fellowship training in the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Washington in 2000. He is board certified in family medicine.
Author, health coach & health educator