Merry Christmas & A Healthy New Year

We would like to take this opportunity to wish all our clients, old and new, a very happy Christmas and a Healthy New Year.  We look forward to seeing you all in 2020!

Orsmond Clinics will be closed for Christmas on the following dates:

Loughlinstown Saturday 21st December 2019

Flemings Place Thursday 19th December 2019

Galway Wednesday 18th December 2019

Cork Thursday 19th December 2019

The clinics will re-open in 2020 on the following dates:

Loughlinstown Monday 6th January 2020

Fleming Place Tuesday 7th January 2020

Galway Tuesday 7th January 2020

Cork Monday 6th January 2020

Orsmond Clinics Gift Of Health for 2020

Confused about what to get your loved ones this Christmas?🎄
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Why not give them the gift of HEALTH for 2020 with one of our gift vouchers 🎁
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For more information contact our head office on 012827500 📲 or email info@orsmondclinics.com
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Orsmond Clinics Christmas Opening Hours 2019

Orsmond Clinics will be closed for Christmas on the following dates:

 

Loughlinstown               Saturday 21st December 2019

Flemings Place               Thursday 19th December 2019

Galway                             Wednesday 18th December 2019

Cork                                 Thursday 19th December 2019

 

The clinics will re-open in 2020 on the following dates:

 

Loughlinstown               Monday 6th January 2020

Fleming Place                Tuesday 7th January 2020

Galway                            Tuesday 7th January 2020

Cork                                Monday 6th January 2020

 

The closing date for products which are couriered out is Thursday 19th December 2019 to ensure delivery before Christmas, this means the deadline for telephone (01-2827500) /email (info@orsmondclinics.com) orders is Wednesday 18th December 2019.

 

If you are purchasing Eurodiet products, please ensure that you have sufficient to last during our closure.  If you need to make any appointment changes over the period, please call 01-2827500 and leave a message and a member of staff will be in touch to confirm the change with you.

Getting in Shape

November 14th is World Diabetes Day

Today is World Diabetes Day!

Are you at risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes?

Type 2 Diabetes (T2DM) is still today unfortunately described as a Chronic progressive disease and this is how it is presented to people who are newly diagnosed meaning they are told now they have a disease chronic-forever and progressive -it will only get worse and they are told they will be on the tablets for ever and all they can do is to learn to manage the disease.
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Type 2 Diabetes is chronic and progressive only if the person stays the way they are e.g. carry on visceral excess weight but if they lose the visceral fat their whole physiology changes and especially in the first 5 years of the diagnosis you can say that in most cases they are able to reverse it.
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We need to raise awareness that type 2 diabetes is a serious condition caused by bad lifestyle. It is criminal and sad to see so many people in Ireland struggling with type 2 diabetes. After years working with type 2 diabetic patients I can assure you that it is caused by excess weight! If you eat a lot of unhealthy high carbohydrate food and gain excess visceral fat it is only a matter time before you get type 2 diabetes depending on your personal fat threshold.
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I have been helping people with type 2 diabetes to improve their glucose control and in many cases to reverse their type 2 diabetes with the help of VLCKD. This diet approach due to its limited carbohydrate intake allows me to reduce and in many cases totally stop patient’s diabetic medications at the start of the diet while improving glucose control.
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6.5% of Irish population suffer from type 2 diabetes. It is estimated that 800,000 Irish people are at risk of becoming type 2 diabetics in the coming years. The cost of treating this disease is over 150 million a year which is approximately 10% of the health budget.
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A good way to estimate your visceral fat is to take a measurement of your waistline in cms, it should not be more than half your height. For example if I am 160 cm tall, my waist line should be 80cm. Every cm over represents 1kg/2.2 lbs
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Pick up a copy of my book ‘Reverse Your Diabetes’ available now in bookshops and online.

1st year in Business in Cork

 

🎉Today is our 1st year in business in Cork 🎉
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To celebrate we are offering a FREE ASSESSMENT* for the month of October …
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*Assessment needs to be booked & paid in advance before the 31st of Oct 2019. The assessment will be refunded if a 12 or 8 week program is booked and paid for. If a program is not booked the assessment is charged in full. This promotion only applies to standard non medical assessments.
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Don’t weight!! Call 01 2827500

13 weeks until Christmas!!

Where would you love to see yourself with your weightloss journey by Christmas ?

                                                13 weeks to go 🎄🎁

Day 2 of The National Ploughing Championships

Measuring your waistline is the most important measurement. No more than half of your height, so if you are 160cm in height like myself your waistline should not be more than 80cm. If your waistline eg. is 86cm that means you have 6cm extra which is approximately 6kg ( or 1stone) you need to lose. Come and get your waistline measured by myself today at day 2 of  The National Ploughing Championships  at our Orsmond Clinics stand at the Wellness tent.

The National Ploughing Championships

Looking forward to seeing you all @nationalploughing championship this week 17th- 19th September.
We will be located in Health & Wellness, block 2, row 28, stand 643.
Make sure to visit us 

18 WEEKS UNTIL CHRISTMAS!!