The Society of Metabolic Health Practitioners (SMHP) has taken a significant leap forward with the launch of the Journal of Metabolic Health. This journal offers a vital platform for researchers and clinics to publish peer-reviewed articles on therapeutic carbohydrate restriction (TCR) and other critical metabolic health topics.
Dr. Laura Buchanan, a board-certified family medicine physician, who serves on the SMHP board, shares her excitement, saying, “This journal allows researchers and clinics to publish peer-reviewed articles on TCR, improving patient outcomes daily. It’s a powerful tool we witness in our clinics, addressing issues from anxiety and depression to reversing metabolic syndrome and diabetes.”
Dr. Tro Kalayjian, a board-certified physician in both Internal Medicine and Obesity Medicine, who serves on the SMHP board, adds, “Our journey to improve the landscape for metabolic health practitioners is just beginning. With our official journal, steering committee, conferences, and ACCME accreditation plans, we’re committed to advancing the field.”
The launch of the Journal of Metabolic Health by the Society of Metabolic Health Practitioners signifies a significant advancement in the field. This platform empowers researchers and clinics to share their discoveries, propelling progress in metabolic health and ultimately benefiting patients worldwide.
To discover more about the journal’s emphasis on therapeutic carbohydrate restriction and the advantages it offers to members, explore the website for details and visit the AOSIS news center to read more about the details of the partnership.