November 01, 2016



Dr Zeeshan Arain graduated from Monash University in 2003 after moving to Melbourne from Sydney. He worked at Box Hill Hospital for a number of years, predominantly in the Accident and Emergency Department before making the switch to General Practice. He is very experienced in the field of sports medicine (he currently works as the head doctor for the Melbourne Demons in the AFL) and in the management of osteoarthritis.

Dr Zee has a fierce passion for the role of nutrition in weight loss as well as the prevention and management of diseases such as diabetes, cholesterol disorders, high blood pressure and heart disease. In particular, he is interested in ketogenic and low carb high fat (LCHF) approaches as a nutritional and therapeutic tool.

To learn more from Dr. Arain, please follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrZeeEasyHealth


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