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    Case study: No more daytime naps

    Leslie is a 37 year old lady who came to our clinic seeking help for a number of problems. The...

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    Case study: “I feel so much more alive”

    Sophie is a 52 year old lady I first saw 6 weeks ago. She had a long list of health...

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    Case study: Mood swings and hair loss

    Tina was a 43 year old lady who came to see me because she was fed up with feeling so...

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    Case study: “All I want is the bloating to go away”

    Jenny is a lovely long term patient of mine who I initially saw 8 months ago. She experienced amazing improvements in her health but due to a lot of stress in her life she fell off the wagon and came back wanting a reboot. Jenny is a nurse and works long hours, odd hours and often does night shifts. She is also a single parent. This means she has a frantically busy life and usually doesn’t get enough sleep. To make matters worse, her quality of sleep had always been terrible. When Jenny initially came to see me, she was 25 pounds overweight, suffering with psoriasis and hay fever and a great deal of abdominal bloating. Her belly would start off fairly flat when she woke, but as the day progressed she became more bloated and uncomfortable. She was constipated too, which made her feel “blah” as she put it. In 3 months Jenny made a complete turnaround with her health.

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    Case study: No weight loss on a low fat diet

    Elizabeth was a lovely 53 year old lady who came to see me for help with weight loss. She needed to lose approximately 35 pounds and she’d been trying to lose it for the past 8 years. She did manage to lose some weight on her own, but it was the same four pounds that she kept losing and regaining again and again. Elizabeth’s health was fairly good although she did complain of a few things: Her muscles and joints were achy, particularly her knees first thing in the morning. Elizabeth’s hair was very dry and brittle and her nails were weak. She often experienced a bloated abdomen and felt so uncomfortable after eating lunch at work each day that she desperately wanted to undo the buttons of her trousers, but of course she couldn’t. I was confident Elizabeth would be able to lose weight and improve her health with a few simple diet changes. As with all my patients, I asked Elizabeth to tell me the types of foods she eats each day for meals and snacks. The first thing that struck me was all the low fat items that appeared in the list.

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    By 2030 one in 10 adults may have diabetes!

    That’s the prediction made by the International Diabetes Federation in its latest report. At the moment approximately one in 13 adults has diabetes. These are startling figures. They include both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, as well as the people who are not yet diagnosed. Both forms of diabetes are rising dramatically but the greatest increases is in type 2 diabetes; previously known as adult onset diabetes. That term is no longer in use because the disease is now commonly diagnosed in children. Many people do not comprehend the seriousness of type 2 diabetes. Yes there are tablets available that can manage it but nearly every diabetic still suffers serious complications of their disease. An increased risk of heart attacks, strokes, vision loss, kidney failure and erectile dysfunction are all rampant among diabetics.

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    Case Study: Tired and Overweight

    Recently I had the pleasure to meet an interesting 63 year old lady who came to see me complaining of extreme fatigue and increasing weight gain. Not surprisingly all the joints in her lower limbs were aching because of the extra weight she was carrying. Her liver enzymes were elevated and this was due to her diagnosed fatty liver. She was 5 foot 3 inches tall and weighed 290 pounds and her blood pressure was 170/100. When I reviewed her long list of prescribed medications I was shocked. Her poor liver had a great deal of work to do in breaking down these drugs.

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    Case study - Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

      I recently saw Sophie, a 38 year old woman, who came to see me to get help with the...

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    Psoriasis - A case study from Dr Cabot's Clinic

    Psoriasis I recently saw a 34 year old man named Michael who presented with severe psoriasis affecting over 50% of...

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    Case study: Fatty liver and Epstein Barr virus (mononucleosis)

    Maree came to see me for help with a fatty liver, excess weight and chronic exhaustion from long term infection with Epstein Barr virus. She brought along an ultrasound scan of her liver and the accompanying report, which stated there were fatty changes in her liver, consistent with mild to moderate fatty liver. Maree was 35 pounds overweight and carried the majority of her excess weight over her abdomen. She had been trying unsuccessfully to lose weight for the last 8 years. She noticed some mild discomfort over the right upper part of her abdomen after rich meals or after consuming alcohol.

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