Ever wonder what I sound like?
Dr. Robert K. Su interviewed me for his podcast recently. That faint accent of mine is from Texas and Oklahoma.
Anyone with diabetes or prediabetes or worried about sugar toxicity is well-served by a close look at Dr. Su’s website, Carbohydrates Can Kill. Dr. Su has a degree in Pharmacy as well as a medical degree. He’s an anesthesiologist and pain managment specialist.
5 responses to “Dr. Robert Su Interviews Me”
Can’t wait to listen! I was born and raised in Oklahoma, so I know all about those accents. 🙂 Mine has actually faded some since living in Illinois, but there are times, like when I get worked up, it comes on strong. LOL
I enjoyed the interview and I love your sweet accent.
Thank you Cassandra! The accent gets a little attention here in Arizona. I need to go back to Texas and Oklahoma for a while to thicken it up.
Great interview! BTW I got this ketogenic med diet pilot study in my Pubmed alert email a couple days ago – I’m sure you’ve seen it but just in case – http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21612461
Many thanks, Emily! I had NOT seen that new article on use of the Spanish Ketogenic Mediterranean Diet for Metabolic Syndrome. Gotta sign up for those PubMed email alerts.