Pat Reeves - Dietary Therapist

Web Name: Pat Reeves - Dietary Therapist






I am very happy to announce that permission is now in place for me to work face-to-face with my patients in the UK as we all come to terms with our 'new normal'. All BANT/CNHC/Government guidelines with deep cleaning in between patients are in place, and my practice facilities have moved into my gym where I can maintain four metre distancing also. Looking forward to safely welcoming you all once again. If I can assist then please email me at or telephone 01384 270 270. -Pat Nutritional therapy is a dynamic natural health care system. Some people think that it is just healthy eating and/or pills. It is not. It is much, much more. As a professional practitioner, I have worked with many people just like you using up-to-date scientific techniques to enable you to get the best results with the minimum effort. I focus on optimising the healing potential of the individual. I do not focus on the illness - only on health. You will be looked after every step of the way on your nutritional programme, with email/telephone support and plenty of printed information to get you started. The new revised and updated edition is now published (January 2019), and available via this website. Pat has regularly submitted articles to Vegan Views Magazine for over ten years. Now the magazine is under new management - with a preference for more diverse articles. Pat continues to contribute on an occasional basis. Saturday 22nd February, at 2:30pm - The Get Well Show, London Olympia, Hammersmith Road (Kensington) Saturday 29th February, at 1:00pm - The Vegan Fair, Malvern, at the Dome, Malvern WR14 3AW Saturday 21st March, at 1:00pm - Walsall Town Hall, Walsall WS1 1PT Recent speaking engagements: Saturday, February 1st 2020, 2pm - Vegfest London Olympia, Hammersmith Road (Kensington) Saturday, November 30th 2019, 3pm, Uffculme Centre, Moseley, Birmingham. Saturday, November 16th 2019, Midday - 3pm, Dudley Vegan Fair, Dudley Town Hall. Saturday, November 2nd 2019, 6:30pm, Cafe Prana, Central Leicester. "I will be imparting cutting edge plant-based nutrition via my work in Detroit and Frankfurt clinics." Sunday September 8th 2019 - 2pm, Wolverhampton Vegan Fair, Mercure (Goldthorn) Hotel, 126 Penn Road, WV3 0ER. Telephone 01902 429216 Sunday November 25th 2018 - 2pm, Kidderminster Vegan Fair, Town Hall, Vicar Street, DY10 1DB October 28th, West Midlands Vegan Festival, Wolves Civic, WV1 1RD October 27th 2018, Pat is a special guest at Vegfest, Olympia, London July 21st 2018, Pat is a special guest at Unison Games, Holford Drive Community Sports Hub, Birmingham, B42 2TU May 20th 2018, Vegfest, Bristol May 14th 2018, Wiltshire Vegan Fair, Neeld, Chippenham, SN15 3ER Pat has been featured in a new book entitled 'Vegan Athletes' compiled by Leigh-Chantelle and available from Amazon UK. Read my article from WDDTY magazine (May 2017): "How I beat brain cancer". In March 2014, Pat broke the World deadlift record at the BDFPA National event. Left photo shows her World Record breaking performance, and right photo shows her proudly holding her trophy. Click on photos for bigger images. PAT REEVES - Cancer survivor & Powerlifter At the time of writing this I am recovering from a bad fall nine weeks ago, breaking my dominant thumb and wrist, sadly having to miss increasing my World dead-lift record in Antwerp on 4th June, 2017. Hopefully I can regain sufficient fitness to be successful in Ukraine mid-September. Now approaching seventy-two - where do these years go?! - I am Gen Sec on behalf of British Drug free Power-lifting Association, National and Divisional event promoter, holding the current World Dead-lift and Bench-press records in my age and bodyweight category, International referee and coach, travelling world-wide. Within my role as practitioner in the field of Nutritional and Functional medicine, whilst based in the West Midlands, I am now also working from Detroit, USA and Germany. Almost thirty years experience in returning thousands of patients to optimal health, I am enthralled to still be living an amazing life for far longer than anyone expected, given my own well-documented genetic cancer challenge. I am consulted to assist with all manner of compromised health problems, from the most serious to those that are simply very annoying and decrease the quality of life for those suffering. I enjoy a very busy and super-rewarding life! This is my fifty-first year using a plant-based regime with the last twenty-five mainly consuming living foods. This has totally transformed my serious situation and radically changed the earlier predicted outcome, enabling me to defeat an intractable cancer situation. My updated book 'A Living Miracle' (available via this website) now confers information relative to the most valuable supplementation which has dramatically assisted a return-to-health for my patients worldwide. My book also covers all aspects of how to make a living food protocol become second nature and as easy as switching on an oven! I have featured one hundred simple recipes developed and used since I discovered this amazing life-extending food preparation method. As General Secretary of the BDFPA, Pat hosted both the National Singles and National Full Power, respectively on 28th February and 28th/29th March, 2015. In addition BDFPA were sanctioned to host World Single event during June, 2015 in Telford, and everyone was made welcome! During the last six months of 2012, Pat has extensively revised and greatly added to her inspirational book 'A Living Miracle'. This has just undergone a second printing and is now availaible via this website, or on Amazon, etc. PAT IN THE NEWS... Pint-sized power-lifter Pat hosts four additional West Midlands Divisional Championships during 2017. KINGSWINFORD power-lifting champion Pat Reeves is throwing her weight into organising more events for musclemen and women. Pint-sized Pat a nutritionist and cancer survivor who has a host of National and World titles to her name is hoping to increase her World dead-lift record at the European Single-lift Championships in Ukraine on 24th September, 2017. Photo shows Pat increasing the World Dead-lift record at the World Championships in France on 24th June, 2012 Pat has been requested by the organiser to speak for the tenth year running at the Wolverhampton Vegan Festival on 28th October, 2017, given that her talks are always well-attended. Photo shows Pat increasing the World Deadlift record at the World Championships in France on 24th June 2012. Pat has been requested by the organiser to speak for the seventh year running at the Wolverhampton Vegan Festival on in October, given that her talks are always well-attended at this event. An amazing compilation of compassionate living - and a five-page contribution from myself! To buy please email Tim at either or Every vegan - or aspiring vegan should have this book in their library! The Early Years The following was published in a magazine seventeen years ago SUCCESS WITH STABILISING CANCER. November, 2001 Currently I am aged 56, with a familial genetic implication of cancer, ascertained in 1975. Between 1975 and 1984 - when I was diagnosed with a brain tumour, I spent considerable time and endeavour researching what the future could hold for me. I achieved a high level of fitness through competitive swimming, triathlons, marathon running, body building and subsequently power-lifting - which captured my heart in the late eighties and has seen me through many a trauma. I have held the British Masters' champion title for many years and was successful at the Worlds' and the European Power-lifting Championships. However, after a nervous breakdown in the eighties over an eventual divorce, a brain tumour was diagnosed. This consolidated my efforts to fight back with every ounce of energy I had. Conventionally speaking, I had time to seek other options. I declined orthodox treatment, favouring a natural approach and began a modified Gerson therapy and ate along the lines of the Bristol Cancer Centre. Already vegan for over many years, this was not difficult. My studies, research and application of nutritional therapy, as I understood it then, were so successful, that I eventually became a qualified practitioner. I partnered a brilliant Canadian immunologist. With his untiring research and my total focus on nutrition to support my immune system, the tumour shrank and a year later, no further evidence was found. In the late eighties, during my study years, I urged my conventional medics to check out osteoporosis, as I had a strong feeling I was heading in this direction. My fears were ignored for a considerable time, but eventually a bone density scan showed significant deterioration. Despite dire warnings of 'probably I had twelve months' without drug treatment, I felt sufficiently confident to resolve this situation. Although the medics were highly doubtful of a successful outcome, subsequent bone-scans showed indisputable evidence of bone-regeneration. This is the period when I 'discovered' living foods and their application, and did a total shake-up of my mineral input. I discovered my anaerobic training really impacted on my bone density in a positive way. I manipulated dietary minerals to the extent that I could heal a break in a few weeks. I now have to 'fight' for repeat bone-density scans, but my present endocrinologist is so impressed she actually refers patients to me! This whole episode was considered a separate issue to the cancer situation. My life progressed well for a few years until 1994 when a tumour in my knee developed, again after a particularly stressful episode. Cancer now challenged the bones. Diagnosed as a rare type of Paget's disease, amputation loomed close. This cancer compromises my heart and kidney function. The connection between the osteosarcoma and my heart is an insidious one - already giving me four heart attacks. I have had to address atrioventricular problems, which at present remain controlled. Still shunning conventional treatment, except for a short spell using Dioxin, but alluding to the fact that some heart surgery may become necessary, I employed herbal medicine, under instruction, using hawthorn extract, Terminalia arjuna, Astralagus membranaceus plus high doses of ubiquinone as the most potent catalysts. My antioxidant intake escalated, vitamin C was around 16 grams at this time. I avoided the surgery. Unfortunately further tumours in my arms became evident last year, following the fourth heart attack, the last several months have seen me exhausted with fighting back, with a prognosis of three months. I am very pleased to say that I have outlived an astonishing number of death sentences. One of my very low moments last year was being overdosed with a form of chelation therapy, which was instigated by my American cardiologist in conjunction with a programme I agreed to with an American Cancer research centre in my efforts to establish the unknown connection between the osteosarcoma and my heart malfunction. Unfortunately, I was so sensitised that even the correct dosage could not be given and I had to withdraw. I had to use kidney dialysis for a considerable time. Subsequently I have relied upon herbs and chlorophyll to slowly remove the heavy metal toxicity, thought responsible. Supporting the immune system works on all levels. Presently I have just made it into remission. It has only been a few days since I have known that the cancer is not presently active, and I am in celebratory mode! The objective of my treatment has always been one of supporting the immune system, which is all I ultimately have to win with. I have supported myself with a dietary dogma that excludes anything which could negatively influence my situation and have built up Living Foods into a veritable art form - foods that entirely contain their original enzyme content. I am convinced I would not be here now without embracing this modality. I have a fierce desire to win, both the disease and at my chosen sport. Like Elaine Bruce, I conduct Living food days in the West Midlands, where patients with cancer - and other illness may avail themselves of this highly immune-enhancing lifestyle. Obviously, though intrinsically important, dietary/supplemental considerations are not a complete answer and thus I have used many other allied therapies addressing mind, body and spirit. NLP, bio-energetic-medicine, electro-magnetics, ozone therapy, meditation and spiritual healing now take high priority in my life, together with reflexology, aromatherapy and bio-feedback. In spite of a (conventionally speaking) bleak outlook with a 'no-hope' cancer, I have continually trained, competed and worked - taking only a few breaks during all this time when I simply could not function. I remember well the early days of horrendous diagnosis, of being given no choice other than allopathic medicine, and I had to dig deeply into my reserves. There is now a lot more natural cancer care. I am presently putting thoughts together which will eventually become my first inspirational book on events over many years. This year, I have undergone several wheatgrass juice 'fasts' as total water-fasting is, at present, considered not the best option. With wheatgrass I can cleanse and optimally provide basic nutrition for my body to heal. I have successfully applied a therapeutic diet to optimally improve immune function in my relentless quest to defeat this most unconquerable of cancers. I implore readers never to give up. Embrace whatever it takes to achieve a lifestyle that balances mind, body and spirit harmoniously to achieve the result you seek. Conceive, believe and achieve. Love, Light and Peace. Pat Reeves, DN, DthD. Practitioner of Nutritional and Functional Medicine employing kinesiology, dowsing, iridology, biochemic medicine, Alexander and magnetics. Pat Reeves, registered Nutritional Therapist, MBANT, FULL MEMBER OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR NUTRITION AND LIFESTYLE MEDICINE Registered with CNHC, Reg no. 000057-A11 is fully GDPR compliant. Please contact me for my current data protection policy. Scotia RWC - Race Walking Club Kirky Mile Crunchers

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