Lipedema- potentially the largest undiagnosed cause of morbid obesity in the world, with experts reporting weight loss resistance in self-reported familial lipedema as high as 16% – 64%.
How can this grossly-misdiagnosed condition be successfully treated with nutritional interventions?
Join renowned US clinician, Dr Oscar Coetzee, as he discusses the differences between Lipedema and Lymphedema and delves into the potential causes of this disease, including:
This presentation will provide practical nutritional advice as Dr Coetzee shares his 12-month beta-tested protocol and investigation of eight Lipedema patients in a one-year treatment program.
You will gain valuable insights from Dr Coetzee’s extensive clinical experience in the field of metabolic syndrome and related conditions.
7:00 pm – 7:50 pm – Live presentation from Dr Oscar Coetzee
7:50 pm – 8.10 pm – Case Studies
8:10 pm – 8.25 pm – Live Q&A discussion moderated by Lea McIntyre
8:30 pm – Webinar concludes
Join in for a lively session with expert presentation, case studies and lively Q&A
You can ask your questions live or in advance.
Motivated by his desire to reverse the chronic illness epidemic, Dr Coetzee continues to be a pioneer in the field of nutritional science.
Born and raised in South Africa, where he completed his military schooling and earned bachelor’s degrees in criminology and psychology, Dr Coetzee also earned a masters degree in Human Nutrition from University of Bridgeport (USA).
He went on to receive a PhD in holistic nutrition from Clayton College of New Hampshire (USA), and a Doctorate of Clinical Nutrition (DCN). Dr Coetzee finished his second doctorate from Maryland University of Integrative Health, with a specialisation in nutrigenomics.
His key areas of interest are metabolic syndrome, intestinal permeability, type 2 diabetes, sports performance, and most chronic inflammatory diseases.
Lea McIntyre is Technical Marketing Manager at Designs for Health Australia.
Lea has 19 years experience as a qualified naturopath, herbalist and nutritionist. In her clinical practice, she has a special interest in paediatric health and gut health and the relationship between inflammation and neurological conditions.
Lea provides direct support for DFH Practitioners – and frequently provides guidance on GI Map Test reports.