Deji Alabi is a Canada based Microbiologist. He is also a Health and Wellness Coach who has helped many patients treat and manage very many ailments with lifestyle medication. He is currently helping a few Coronavirus patients manage their crisis with lifestyle medication. He recently spoke to Seye Kehinde,the Publisher of City people magazine about the Coronavirus scourge and what he has discovered. Below are excerpts.
Are you a medical doctor or Alternative doctor who prescribes Herb?
This is a funny question though. I’m neither of the two.
I’m a trainee microbiologist with emphasis on medical microbiology. I’m also a plant-based nutritionist and a practising health and wellness coach.
My job is to use diet and lifestyle modifications to help individuals in conjunction with the care they revive from their doctors.
Tell me a bit about you .What do you do in Canada? Do run a clinic or work in a public hospital ?
I recently relocated here and will soon commence my practice here after the appropriate licensure. I have always engage my clients across the globe via virtual platforms even before this pandemic. My passion is more for education and training and not prescription or medication.
How do you combine your training as a Microbiologist and Naturopath? Are they similar?
My training as a microbiologist makes me relevant to most fields of human health. It enables me the flexibility to look into orthodox medicine, naturopathy, homeopathy,herbalism, etc. Most diseases are caused by microorganisms.
What does your job as a Lead Coach of Nutraceutical Health entail?
As the Lead Coach, I help individuals through diet and lifestyle advisory to prevent, mange and recover from disease conditions. This include and not limited to one-on-one consultations, trainings (both corporate and individual), research and content development.