/KETO DIET GOES WRONG – Doctors Reveal

KETO DIET GOES WRONG – Doctors Reveal

20 doctors talk about their experience with the low carb ketogenic diet.

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The introduction was taken from PlantPure Nation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_i_vp9Vfho

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