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Eric S. Freedland, MD

Eric S. Freedland, MD

Eric S. Freedland, MD graduated from University of Rochester School of Medicine in 1982, trained in internal medicine at Mt. Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA, and emergency medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, CA, and has held faculty positions at Harvard Medical School (1990-1991) and Boston University School of Medicine (1992-1997). Dr. Freedland has developed a nutrition-centered model of disease with a special emphasis on diabetes. A staunch advocate for prescribing lifestyle changes before drugs, Dr. Freedland has written and lectured extensively on this subject.

The Zone Diet Explained

The Zone diet is often described as a high-protein, low-carbohydrate program.   In the March 2002 issue of Diabetes Forecast it is part of a feature by Anne Daly entitled “The diet craze: Setting the record straight on high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet”. Our readers may remember that in the May 2001 issue …

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