Dr Janet Schloss - PhD, Clinical Nutritionist, Naturopath

Janet integrates with a number of Oncologists as the Nutritionist for their cancer patients. Janet has long been involved in research about cancer and nutrition particularly for individuals going through conventional treatment such as chemotherapy, radiation, surgery, immunotherapy and hormone treatment. She has also worked extensively with clients during and after their cancer/auto-immune treatment to help with means of reducing the likelihood of metastasis, tumour growth and inflammation as well as building good health, weight management, immune modulation and well being.
Janet has written the cancer chapter for the book, "Clinical Naturopathy" by Sarris and Wardle (2010) and Edition 2 soon to be released. She also assisted Henry Osieki in writing the book "Cancer: a biochemical and nutritional approach" both Edition 1 and 2.
Janet also has numerous publications in regards to cancer and auto-immune diseases.
Janet works closely with organisations such as the Mater Private Breast Cancer Clinic and the Kim Walters Choice Program giving nutritional seminars and advice.
Stress and Anxiety
Stress and anxiety in today's society is one of the major issues people face on a daily basis. Janet has had extensive experience with working with people who are struggling with these issues during various periods of their life. Having had personal experience with anxiety, Janet knows a number of different as aspects to assist people experiencing this disorder.
Fertility, Pregnancy and Menopause/Andropause
Janet has had a lot of experience working with women wanting to become pregnant and women/men going through the IVF process. Janet also works with women facing issues during and after their pregnancy due to hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies or digestive disorders.
Janet also works with women going through per-menopause and menopause as well as men going through andropause.
PhD with the School of Medicine, The University of Queensland
Janet is currently studying her PhD at the University of Queensland located at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Woolloongabba, Brisbane. She is conducting a clinical trial on "The Efficacy and Safety of B vitamins in reducing the incidence of Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy."
Her clinical trial will be finished in December 2013 and she is looking at submission of her thesis in June, 2014.
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