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Mary T. Newport

Medical Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Spring Hill Regional Hospital

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Spring Hill Regional Hospital

10461 Quality Dr.

Spring Hill, Florida,34609

United States

Company Description

Spring Hill Regional Hospital is one of only 405 hospitals named among the nation's Top Performers on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission, and is the only hospital in Hernando County to earn this recognition three years consecutively. With 124 beds, t... more

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The Coconut Oil and Low-Carb Solution for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and Other Diseases


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Alzheimer's Disease: What If There Was A Cure?


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Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine

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Cognate Nutritionals Inc

Member of the Scientific Advisory Board


Sophia University

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Education

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine


Xavier University


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Dr. Mary Newport, Spring Hill Regional


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Mary Newport is the medical director of the neonatal intensive care unit of Spring Hill Regional Hospital in Florida.
In 2003, her husband Steve began showing symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.


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Mary Newport MD
Mary T. Newport, MD grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, attended Xavier University for pre-medicine, and graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1978. She trained in Pediatrics at Children's Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, and completed her fellowship in neonatology, the care of sick and premature newborns, at the Medical University Hospital in Charleston, SC. She has practiced neonatology in Florida since 1983 and has been medical director of the newborn intensive care unit at Spring Hill Regional Hospital since opening in 2003. Dr. Newport is employed by the All Children's Specialty Physicians group, who provide newborn services to Spring Hill Regional Hospital. She is also volunteer clinical faculty for the Department of Pediatrics, University of South Florida since January 2004. She previously practiced neonatology and served as medical director at Mease Hospital Dunedin, after founding the newborn intensive care unit at that hospital in 1987. Dr. Newport has been married to Steve Newport since 1972 and they have two daughters and a grandson.


Coconut Oil, a Link to Reversing Alzheimer's Disease » A Cup of Green - Whole-istic knowledge served daily

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Dr. Mary Newport, a neonatologist and medical director of the newborn intensive care unit at Spring Hill Regional Hospital in Florida, was actually able to reverse her husband's Alzheimer's disease just by giving him 2 tablespoons of coconut oil per day.
It started about six years ago when her husband, Steve, an accountant who worked at home, began struggling with daily tasks. His deterioration progressed and he was eventually diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's. He was put on several FDA-approved medicines to help slow the progression of the disease, but he continued to decline. Mary searched the internet and discovered that a drug containing medium-chain triglycerides, the kind of fat in coconut oil, had achieved remarkable results-not just slowing the progression of the disease but providing real improvement. "And then it hit me," she said. "Why don't we just try coconut oil as a dietary supplement? What have we got to lose? In the course of a year he not only regained the ability to exercise and to care for himself, but his brain atrophy was completely halted. Check out the video below to see Mary and Steve's story. Dr. Mary Newport also has a blog http://coconutketones.blogspot.com/


Coconut Oil Can Help Fight Alzheimer's...but the Drug Companies Don't Want You to Know This | Live in the Now

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Dr. Mary Newport made an amazing discovery when she decided to do her own research on Alzheimer's in an effort to help her husband who had been diagnosed with the early-onset form of the disease.
She found that the medium-chain triglycerides found in coconut oil may offer profound benefits for Alzheimer's sufferers. We'd like to share with you this fascinating account of Dr. Newport's discovery, published by our friends at the Alliance for Natural Health USA. We were amazed and inspired by Dr. Newport's fearless approach to dealing with what can be a devastating disease. Mary Newport, MD, has been medical director of the neonatal intensive care unit at Spring Hill Regional Hospital in Florida since it opened in 2003. About the same time the unit opened, her husband Steve, then 53, began showing signs of progressive dementia, later diagnosed as Alzheimer's Disease. "Many days, often for several days in a row, he was in a fog; couldn't find a spoon or remember how to get water out of the refrigerator," she said. They started him on Alzheimer's drugs - Aricept, Namenda, Exelon - but his disease worsened steadily. (It should be noted that the latest research shows that the various Alzheimer's drugs, like Aricept, have proven disappointing, with little real benefit and often distressing side effects.) When Dr. Newport couldn't get her husband into a drug trial for a new Alzheimer's medication, she started researching the mechanism behind Alzheimer's. She discovered that with Alzheimer's disease, certain brain cells may have difficulty utilizing glucose (made from the carbohydrates we eat), the brain's principal source of energy. Dr. Newport learned that the ingredient in the drug trial which was showing so much promise was simply MCT oil derived from coconut oil or palm kernel oil, and that a dose of 20 grams (about 20 ml or 4 teaspoons) was used to produce these results. When MCT oil is metabolized, the ketones which the body creates may, according to the latest research, not only protect against the incidence of Alzheimer's, but may actually reverse it. Moreover, this is also a potential treatment for Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease), drug-resistant epilepsy, brittle type I diabetes, and type II (insulin-resistant) diabetes. So Mr. Newport, not being able to get into the drug trial, started taking the coconut oil twice a day. At this point, he could barely remember how to draw a clock. Two weeks after adding coconut oil to his diet, his drawing improved. After 37 days, Steve's drawing gained even more clarity. The oil seemed to "lift the fog," and in the first sixty days, Dr. Newport saw remarkable changes in him: every morning he was alert and happy, talkative, making jokes. His gait was "still a little weird," but his tremor was no longer very noticeable. He was able to concentrate on things that he wanted to do around the house and in the yard and stay on task, whereas before coconut oil he was easily distractible and rarely accomplished anything unless he was directly supervised. Over the next year, the dementia continued to reverse itself: he is able to run again, his reading comprehension has improved dramatically, and his short-term memory is improving - he often brings up events that happened days to weeks earlier and relays telephone conversations with accurate detail. For more information, see Dr. Newport's website. Hats off to Dr. Newport. You can buy the coconut oil that Dr. Newport recommended at your neighborhood Wal-Mart. The brand name is Lou-Ana and it is about $6.95 for almost a full quart (31.5 fluid ounces ). She also has a book available. One prominent researchers, Dr. Mary Newport, discovered coconut oil showed exceptional promise with regards to dementia and Alzheimer's prevention as the medium-chain triglycerides found [...] One prominent researcher, Dr. Mary Newport, discovered that coconut oil showed exceptional promise with regards to dementia and Alzheimer's prevention, as the medium-chain triglycerides found in [...] One prominent researcher, Dr. Mary Newport, discovered that coconut oil showed exceptional promise with regards to dementia and Alzheimer's prevention, as the medium-chain triglycerides found in [...] One prominent researcher, Dr. Mary Newport, discovered that coconut oil showed exceptional promise with regards to dementia and Alzheimer's prevention, as the medium-chain triglycerides found in [...] One prominent researcher, Dr. Mary Newport, discovered that coconut oil showed exceptional promise with regards to dementia and Alzheimer's prevention, as the medium-chain triglycerides found in [...] One prominent researcher, Dr. Mary Newport, discovered that coconut oil showed exceptional promise with regards to dementia and Alzheimer's prevention, as the medium-chain triglycerides found in [...]


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