If you feel you might benefit from some individual attention and suggestions for achieving success with blood sugar control and losing excess body fat, I can assist you with a personal consultation via Skype. I charge only $125 for the first hour, one-hour follow-up sessions, and $75 for 30-min follow-up sessions.
If you would like to arrange any of the above at time convenient to your schedule, just email me at email@example.com. Payment can made with Google Pay, Zelle, or possibly other U.S. payment systems using my email address after we schedule an appointment.
My new book, Master Type 1 Diabetes: The Simple, Low-Cost Method to Normalize Blood Sugars, is available in the U.S. on Amazon and internationally on your countries’ Amazon in both Kindle and Print versions. The book incorporates all the new strategies that I learned since my previous book that has allowed me to achieve truly normal blood sugars. It also describes why blood sugars can be so difficult to regulate with T1D without these strategies. The ‘Look Inside’ feature on Amazon will allow you to read the Table of Contents and the first two chapters of the book which gives a complete overview of the book contents.
My Diabetes Coaching Service does NOT provide medical advice and we will NOT be establishing a doctor-patient relationship.
College: Emory University, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, 1982.
Graduate School: Emory University, Master of Science in Physical Chemistry, 1982.
Medical School: Emory University School of Medicine, 1986.
Internship / Residency:
Internal Medicine, Emory University Affiliated Hospitals Program, 1989.
Nephrology, Clinical Fellowship, Yale University School of Medicine, 1990.
Nephrology, Research Fellowship, University of Tennessee School of Medicine, 1992.
Board Certified by The American Board of Obesity Medicine, exp. 2019.
Board Certified by The American Board of Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine and Nephrology, both of which have an inactive status due to the retirement of my medical license.
State of Florida, ME62416, June 22, 1992 – January 31, 2019. Note: I retired my medical license on January 31, 2019.
Keith Runyan, MD