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About Vinayak Garg

Vinayak Garg is the Founder of Zest.Md (India). The focus of the company is on using technology to improve wellness for patients. The products are currently used by 3000+ dietitians in 12 countries across the globe, serving over a million patients. He is the author of the forthcoming book "How To Kill A Zombie: A Handbook for Building Healthier Relationship with Everyday Technology" https://vinayakgarg.com/ Follow on Twitter @vinayak_garg

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