Mitochondrial Mastery: Exploring Energy, Fatigue and Long COVID with Dr. Christabelle Yeoh

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This week on the podcast Mikki Speaks to Dr Christabelle Yeoh on the health of our mitochondria. They discuss the influence of mitochondria on energy and fatigue (spoiler: massive) and the major influencers are. Dr Yeoh works on cases of fatigue, and in today’s podcast she focuses on the impact of long covid and what can be done to restore mitochondrial health and help mitigate the fatigue symptoms. They also discuss testing that is available and how to determine what is going on at the root cause.

Dr Christabelle Yeoh has over 2 decades of experience in clinical care, most of which has focused on understanding root causes of chronic disease. She works with her patients to optimise digestive health, microbiome, mitochondria and brain performance. She applies the premise that dysfunctions can be corrected with established practices of nutritional and environmental medicine. Through clinical assessments, you gain a perspective of your gastrointestinal and microbiome function. We then apply specific lifestyle and nutrition advice to positively influence metabolism.

Dr Yeoh has a strong interest in chronic disease management, neurological, gastrointestinal and metabolic health. She is passionate about sharing her in-depth knowledge on the interconnectedness of human metabolism, biology and behaviour. Dr Yeoh dedicates her practice to working with patients with complex chronic conditions, neuro-immune mediated or chronic inflammatory illness. She helps address the chronic conditions that can be related to adverse factors in her patient’s lifestyle, nutrition and environment to help optimise their overall function and wellbeing.
 Dr Yeoh graduated from medicine at the University of London in 1999 and obtained her membership with the Royal College of Physicians (UK). She has a Masters degree in Nutrition from King’s College London. After practicing hospital medicine, she worked as a general physician with an interest in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. She was a director and past president at the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) and is active on the teaching faculty.