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  • Case Study: Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Case Study: Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Melissa is a delightful 50 year old lady who came to see me for help with rheumatoid arthritis. She had been suffering with rheumatoid arthritis for 15 years and she had been taking the steroid prednisone for the last 10 ... Read More »
  • Alcohol and the Paleo Diet

    Alcohol and the Paleo Diet

    Some people inherit a special body chemistry called sugar sensitivity, which sets them up to develop specific behavioural and psychological traits. Sugar-sensitive people generally have a family history of alcoholism and are very fond of sweet foods and carbohydrates. They ... Read More »
  • LivaTone Shots to the rescue

    Dear Dr Cabot, A year ago I was diagnosed with familial Hypercholesterolemia, Type 2 Diabetes, fatty liver disease and high blood pressure (also familial). The medication I was prescribed started to help but didn’t lower the levels anywhere near to ... Read More »
  • The Architecture of The Liver

    The liver is the largest organ in the body. Liver tissue is composed of a compact mass of multisided units, known as the hepatic lobules. Each lobule consists of a central vein, which acts as a tributary of the hepatic ... Read More »
  • Gallbladder Polyps

    Gallbladder Polyps

    Gallbladder polyps are quite common and a lot of patients ask us what can be done about them. Polyps in the gallbladder usually do not cause any symptoms and are generally discovered incidentally during an upper abdominal ultrasound. If one ... Read More »