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Feb. 22, 2020

Feb 22, 2020

My house in Saint Petersburg is 100 years old, and in honor of its centennial celebration we decided to do a little “face lift” with new paint and trim. The house must have at least 10 coats of paint on it, and in many places the layers of paint were so thick that it was pulling away from the wood.

When the painters came to give estimates they all wanted to sand the wood so that the paint would stick better. This resurfacing would be what I needed for the next 100 years.

Now in a new study that our intern, George McConnell, found, this same resurfacing of the duodenum can actually provide long lasting results for A1c improvement and weight loss.


We can make a difference!


Dave Joffe