Join Us For Our New Live Web Series “Ask the Doctor”

If you would like to know how to personalise your diet for weight loss or find out exactly what changes you need to make to your lifestyle for healthier aging then join us LIVE on Facebook. On April 26th at 13h00 SAST and Dr Sly Nedic will answer all your questions.

DATE: WEDNESDAY 26th APRIL
TIME: 13h00 SAST
PLACE: OUR FACEBOOK PAGE

Plus you could stand a chance to win a free consultation and OligoScan Analysis at 8th Sense Medi-Spa valued at R3700.00.*

 

Our beauty editor Marina Wildt, will host the first “Ask the Doctor” episode with one of South Africa’s most qualified general practitioners (with a special interest in personalised medicine and aesthetics), Dr Sly Nedic, founder of 8th Sense Medi-Spa.

longevity LIVEWhat is “Ask the Doctor”?

Longevity will be giving you the opportunity to ask leading specialists across the field of healthy aging your burning questions on how to live better, longer.

Who is Dr Sly Nedic?

Dr Sly Nedic is an acclaimed GP with a personal passion for healthy solutions, with specialist qualifications  in personalised medicine and aesthetics. And we are really looking forward to hosting her for the first episode. Here are just some of her career highlights

web series | Longevity LIVE

  • Dr Nedic is a registered doctor with the Health Profession Council of South Africa;
  • a Board Certified Physician in Anti-Aging Medicine by the World Organization of Anti-Aging Medicine (WOSAAM)-Anti-aging Diplomat;
  • a certified Acupuncturist with the Allied Health Profession Council and;
  • a faculty member of Scientific board for Preventive Genetics by Laboratories Reunis, Luxembourg, Europe.

Dr Nedic has also written for our magazine extensively, giving voice to the most interesting and controversial topics. In fact, if you feel like understanding why the birth control pill could be detrimental to your health, take a look the latest article she wrote for us here. 

We put this to a reader vote and for our first episode of “Ask the Doctor”  the focus will be on Genetic Testing and Personalised Medicine.

Genetic Testing and Personalised Medicine Explained

web series | Longevity LIVEThe concept of personalised medicine is not new. What is new is that it has advanced in a wide range of fields; including genomics, medical imaging and regenerative medicine. We know this may seem like a lot to take in. But the gist of it is quite simple:

If you can understand how your body works, right down to your own DNA. You can figure out exactly how should live to manage your weight, look after your looks and improve your overall health.  Pretty neat, no?

Stand a Chance to Win

MAKE SURE TO VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE AND JOIN THE “”ASK THE DOCTOR” EVENT AND STAND  A CHANCE TO WIN A FREE PERSONALISED MEDICAL CONSULTATION AND OLIGOSCAN DONE WITH DR NEDIC VALUED AT R3700*

 

*Terms and Conditions: The competition will run from 19th April 2017 to 26th April 2017. The winner will be selected on the day. The judge’s decision is final and the winner will be contacted directly by email. No further correspondence will be entered into. The medical consultation will include an analysis with the OligoScan (OligoScan technology allows you to make a quick and precise analysis of the trace elements and heavy metals found in your body), as well as a free interpretation of any previous genetic testings done prior to the day.

The consultation is  limited to one person and cannot be exchanged for cash. Longevity is merely the facilitator of  this competition. It is the winner’s responsibility to personally ensure that they book and attend their consultation with the specialist. Out of city travel expenses are not included in this prize. The 8th Sense practice is situated in Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa.

 

2 Comments

  1. Portia
    20 April 2017 at 10:23 am

    Dear Editor
    Thanks for the info, but I do not have access to Facebook / latest techno.
    Would really love to attend the workshop being held in May (Jhb), and asked that it be extended to the Cape Town subscribers. Very disappointed that CPT always overlooked.

    • mm
      23 April 2017 at 12:56 pm

      Portia, we are investigating the potential for Cape Town workshop and will advise. We love Cape Town too and thank you for your interest and feedback.