I have always been interested in health and nutrition, even as a child. My degree was in physics, but after my undergraduate degree I began practising Tai Chi and other body awareness practices and became fascinated in the non-linear kind of intelligence found in spontaneous movement and creative expression. I contracted gut infections in South East Asia which led to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and I suffered insomnia, frequent colds, fatigue, joint and muscular pains as well as gut symptoms for years after ridding myself of parasites. This led to my renewed interest in science, but now it was biochemistry and nutrition that my research focused on. Eventually I had acquired a large knowledge base and felt my passion lay in helping others, so I completed a 3-year training at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London, the DNALife certification training for nutrigenetics counselling and further training with the Institute Of Functional Medicine and numerous experts in all areas of nutritional therapy based in biochemistry, science and clinical experience. When training in nutrigenomics I discovered I had genetic variations in my methylation pathway that had been contributing towards my own health issues and begun studying the subject in depth and applying it in practice to help clients with all kinds of issues from anxiety and depression to osteoporosis. See the introductory video on my website learn more.