Address: Topaz Way, Cape Town Western Cape 7979 South Africa
Cape Town specialist physician Dr Hassina Kaje runs a medical practice based on “understanding the patient who has the disease within the context of the disease that the patient has”. Dr Kajee also sees healthy patients wanting to prevent disease. She counsels patients on lifestyle, including diet, nutrition and fasting, based on low-carb, high-healthy-fat (LCHF) therapies, as well as stress management, sleep hygiene, relationships and exercise. In short, she counsels her patients on healthy living and ageing well. She changed her medical practice after becoming dissatisfied with the conventional model of “palliative”, chronic disease medicine while she was running the High Care Unit of a prominent Cape Town tertiary hospital. At that time, she came to realise that a well-formulated LCHF diet was a key factor in reversing diabetes and chronic disease. Dr Kajee resigned from hospital work after trying to implement LCHF and becoming overwhelmed by the many acute and acute on chronic medical cases that made her unable to make a substantial difference. She now practises medicine more in line with her personal understanding of integrative chronic disease and obesity reversal practice. Dr Kajee sits on the board of directors of the Noakes Foundation and is co-founder and Read more [...]
Dr Stefanus “Stef” Snyman is a South African occupational medicine practitioner in Somerset West. Dr Snyman’s passion is to help reverse insulin resistance (IR) in the workplace and the risk it poses to employee health, functioning and productivity. He is an experienced advisor to companies to help address these and other risks in the workplace.He works in an interprofessional team to solve complex problems related to IR and other non-communicable diseases using a bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach. The foundation of his team’s approach is a low-carbohydrate, high-fat (LCHF) lifestyle to reduce and even wean persons off chronic medications and to optimise supplementation and exercise. The team collaborates with a pharmacologist, physiotherapist, psychologist, clinical pastoral counsellor and occupational therapist. Dr Snyman also heads an international team developing a state-of-the-art mobile app, called I Can Function, to help reverse insulin resistance. He believes that this innovation will “totally revolutionise the way patients are managed by giving the power back to them to navigate islands of care and to utilise cutting edge technology to get support”. Anyone with conditions, such as obesity, diabetes, arthritis, hypertension, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, burnout and depression is welcome to contact him. He consults at workplaces or via Zoom or Skype, Read more [...]
Address: Sunningdale Dr Cape Town Western Cape 7441 South Africa
Sam Bell is a nutrition coach, certified with Real Meal Revolution and Nutrition Network based in Cape Town. She helps men, women and children lose weight without hunger; get fit without injury; find emotional wellbeing; ramp up brain function; and claim back a healthy life safely and permanently. She teaches her clients how to remove junk food for good; how to enjoy delicious and nutritious real food without feeling deprived; and how to keep the weight off for life by building healthy, sustainable habits. Her speciality is goal setting and accountability. Often we know what we need to do, but we struggle to get started or lose the momentum. Sam’s coaching model is a convenient WhatsApp group. She also offers 1-on-1 coaching online. For more information, you can call her +27 83 233 3409 or visit her at firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.linkedin.com/in/sambellcoach/or https://www.facebook.com/groups/BantingBelievers/.
Address: 361 Koeberg Road, Cape Town Western Cape 7405 South Africa
Dr Beate Setzer is a Cape Town GP (general practitioner) with a special interest in lifestyle diseases, such as diabetes, obesity, hypertension and heart disease, as well as asthma and allergies. In her practice, she also actively promotes a low-carbohydrate diet and eliminating and decreasing processed food with its high-sugar content to help heal the many chronic diseases that people face today. You can contact her on +27 (0) 21 5101441, fax +27 (0) 865410365 or email: email@example.com.
Address: Cereal Killers, The Movie Cape Town Western Cape South Africa
Donal O’Neill makes “real food” documentaries exploring health and human performance. Movies so far include:Cereal Killers (2013); Run on Fat (2015); The Big Fat Fix (2016) that premiered in the European Parliament. Donal is also co-author with Dr Aseem Malhotra of the best-seller, The Pioppi Diet. On his website, Let Fat Be Thy Medicine, Donal describes himself as a “lean ex-athlete with no family history of overweight/obesity but a whole lotta heart disease and diabetes staring at me”. Donal says that once upon a time he believed that fat was bad, but he now ranks that right up there with his belief in Santa Claus. Cereal Killers was his first journey into film (he’s still not sure if it’s opened Pandora’s Box!) and this website will support the film and his thoughts beyond.
Address: Boundary Rd Cape Town Western Cape 7700 South Africa
Tamzyn Murphy Campbell is a South African registered dietitian and masters student in physiology at the University of Cape Town’s Sports Science Institute. She is currently researching mitochondrial function in adults with Type 2 Diabetes who have followed a long-term low-carbohydrate high-fat (LCHF) diet. Her research group aims to investigate f type 2 diabetes remission in people following LCHF and uncover the physiological mechanisms that may be responsible. Tamzyn sees patients in her practice, Real Food Dietitians, based at Kenilworth Medicross. She is a co-author of Karen Thomson’s best-selling book, Sugar Free. Her past experience includes nutrition editor and writer at Health Intelligence magazine, and training and website content developer at SOLAL, a leading supplement company. She contributes to publications, conducts interviews on radio and television and is involved in training and education
Address: Kenilworth Medicross, 67 Rosmead Avenue Cape Town Western Cape 7708 South Africa
At Real Food Dietitians, South African registered dietitians Tamzyn Murphy Campbell and Bridget Surtees believe in a whole food, real food approach for everyone. In simple terms, this means: no refined carbohydrates, no packaged foods and no added sugars. By eating this way, they say we will naturally eat a lower-carbohydrate, higher-fat diet. They don’t believe in a “one size fits all” approach. Some individuals’ medical history will dictate a very low-carbohydrate approach; others may tolerate higher levels. The same goes for fats. Tamzyn and Bridget provide private, couple, family and Skype nutritional consultations. Their focus is on adults with overweight/obesity, PCOS, features of the metabolic syndrome (high blood pressure, hyperlipidaemia, overweight, central adiposity), diabetes (type 1 and type 2) and sports people who want to adapt to an LCHF lifestyle. They provide guidance for healthy eating during pregnancy and nutrition through the ages. They are available for group talks and nutritional training and education.
Address: Real Meal Revolution Banting Coach, 13 Hampshire Close Cape Town Western Cape 7945 South Africa
Helen Dorrington is a Real Meal Revolution Certified Banting Coach in Cape Town, South Africa. She teaches the art of Banting so people can shed unwanted weight easily and improve symptoms of chronic illnesses such as hypertension and diabetes. Helen is also a trained nurse and midwife who administers preventative health on a daily basis. She sees endless queues of people waiting for their chronic medications to be made up. She sees people hopelessly overweight with no support on how to shed the weight for good, and diabetics on medication with out of control glucose readings because they have not been given the right diet advice. Banting helped her shed excess weight through menopause. She also helped her husband get off all his medication, including for gout, through LCHF. For more info, visit http://realmealrevolution.com/profile/helen-dorrington/119756
Address: 67 Rosmead Ave, Kenilworth Cape Town Western Cape 7708 South Africa
Dr Neville Wellington is a South African GP who uses low carbohydrate lifestyles to help in treating his patients with diabetes. He has a postgraduate diploma in diabetes from the University of Cardiff and also runs a Centre for Diabetes Excellence practice in Cape Town