Case #2 Elevated Cardiovascular Disease Risk, Diabetes, Weight Gain, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Menstrual Abnormalities, Hypothyroidism, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome | September 2014
Patient presented with Diabetes, Weight Gain, Hormonal Imbalances, Hypothyroidism and Menstrual Abnormalities.The patient's workup revealed elevated blood sugar and an elevated HsCRP which indicates heightened cardiovascular disease risk. Based on the data collected, an individualized program was developed for the patient to follow. After just four months, the patient reports 90% improvement in her symptoms. Patient lost 30 pounds and her blood work normalized (see below). She is now drug free.
HSCRP IS A STRONG INDICATOR OF HEART ATTACK RISK:
0-1 = LOW RISK 1-3 = MILD RISK 3+ = HIGH RISK
BEFORE/AFTER: PATIENT'S RISK FOR HEART ATTACK WAS ELEVATED INITIALLY AT 4.7 (HIGH RISK) AND REDUCED SIGNIFICANTLY TO 1.1 (LOW RISK)
HEMOGLOBIN A1C IS A MEASURE OF BLOOD SUGAR REGULATION. NORMAL <6.
THE PATIENT'S RESULT REDUCED FROM 7.5 (DIABETIC RANGE) TO 5.9 (NORMAL) IN JUST 4 MONTHS. THE PATIENT IS DRUG FREE