“The day a Starbucks customer saved my life”

Here’s quite a story. A Starbucks customer recently saved the life of his barista, who wrote a long post about it on Facebook. And guess who the customer was? None other than the awesome and low-carb friendly Doctor in the House, Dr. Rangan Chatterjee.

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Apparently Dr. Chatterjee (who has even more talents) now gets free coffee. Here’s his reply to the barista.


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Arriving for Low Carb Vail


  1. Jennifer McCabe Lentz
    Great story! Was great to meet both you and Rangan in Vail! Since that time I have gotten really excited and stated my own website (nothing like yours!) to help spread the word ofthe food revolution (with links to you of course)! Thanks for all the work you do! Jenn Lentz,MD
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  2. Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, MD Team Diet Doctor
    That's awesome Jennifer, good luck and please send me a link when the site is up and running (andreas@dietdoctor.com).
  3. Christina
    That SBUX employee is very lucky. My younger brother was not. I did learn from my little brother's DVT (clots in lungs) and lost weight the low-carb way, from a book by doctors Mary Dan Eades and Michael Eades, and am keeping it off, the low-carb way. My brother lost 27 kg on a vegan diet, but he gained some back and was so big when he died the undertakers had to break his ankles to get him to fit in the coffin.

    March is Clot Awareness Month. As the surviving blood relative of a DVT casualty, I urge people to read up on pulmonary embolisms and deep vein thromboses, know symptoms and how to reduce risk.

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  4. FaylinaMeir
    I just wanted to say I'm so sorry hun =(

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