"The way I see a medical interaction is it's a conference between two experts. I am the expert on bodies, how bodies work, how bodies don't work and what we can do about it. What the patient is the expert on is that body and how that body feels," she said. "There is no one who can tell you how the patient feels except the patient."
"One of the effects of truly being in ketosis is that it changes the way your body handles oxygen deprivation, so you can actually stay underwater at [deeper] depths for longer periods of time and not go into oxygen seizures," Lisa Sanders, director of science and technology at U.S. Special Operations Command, said at a high-level defense industry conference in Tampa late last month.
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