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Dr. Nina Koduru

Dr. Koduru is an Internal Medicine Doctor at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York and has been practicing medicine for nearly a decade. Dr. Koduru uses groundbreaking research and provides cutting-edge solutions that restore your body to its peak level of performance.

IN THIS PRESENTATION, YOU’RE GOING TO LEARN:

Dr. Nina Koduru will reveal what is inside so called “healthy” foods that are wreaking havoc inside our digestive systems.
The truth about fad diets and why they won’t work for most people.
How the big food companies are labeling their foods to increase their profit, while everyone’s health suffers
The digestive disorder epidemic that is affecting 60 to 70 million Americans today.

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