Gurpreet Padda, MD, MBA
Dr. Padda is a Medical Physician, Board Certified in Anesthesiology, Addiction, and Interventional Pain. For over 20 years he has practiced in the Urban Core, helping his patients regain their metabolic health. Dr. Padda treats clinical patients at the intersection of the pain epidemic, opioid epidemic, and the diabetes epidemic. They are all inter-related pathologies, the clinical manifestations of systemic metabolic inflammation.
Dr. Padda spends most of his clinical hours dealing with chronic degenerative diseases that are primarily driven by Metabolic Syndrome leading to Metainflammation. Metabolic Syndrome is a form of malnutrition, a malnutrition of excessive energy consumption and toxicity from: Acellular Carbohydrates and Synthetic Vegetable Oil consumption. This malnutrition of excess is aggravated by leaky gut from plant-based chemical defenses. Dr. Padda believes the Standard American Diet has become calorically dense but diluted of protein, minerals, and micronutrients.
Unfortunately, Governmental policy combined with the profit motives of Big-Food and Big-Pharma encourages the consumption of manufactured foods, which may be non-nutritive and promote chronic systemic diseases. This disparity of synthesized food (which contains low nutritional value but high caloric load) leads to caloric overconsumption, energy toxicity, and eventual diabesity.
Addiction behavior is manipulated by dopaminergic modulation by food manufacturers and gamification of passive activities, in the context of individual loneliness. Social media “connectedness” has created a false paradigm of human interaction, leaving individuals in silos of anonymous and self-destructive behavior. Humans are complex adaptive systems, and systematic failure is rarely a single cause phenomenon. Our historical disease models of single cause pathology are inadequate for this new synthesized Universe.
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