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Member of the British Society for Ecological Medicine

I have co-authored 3 medical papers on CFS and mitochondrial dysfunction:

The aim of this website is to give individuals access to all the information and some tests they need to take control of their own health. Everyone should follow The general approach to maintaining and restoring good health, which involves eating a stoneage diet, taking a basic package of nutritional supplements, ensuring a good night's sleep on a regular basis and getting the right balance between work, exercise and rest. Because we live in an increasingly polluted world, we should probably all be doing some sort of detox regime. Start with Your very good health!

Please, also note that what is contained within this website are my opinions, which I believe have a scientific and logical basis. Some of the advice may be over and above National Guidelines. To access NICE Guidelines please go to NICE

Symptoms and tests help identify the underlying mechanisms that cause disease. Common mechanisms include allergies, sugar and carbohydrate addiction, poor mitochondrial function, poor antioxidant status, poor thyroid and adrenal function, toxic stress, poor detoxification and methylation and so on. All these can be tested for, identified and corrected using nutritional supplements and possibly hormones. Once the general approach to restoring health has been applied, these tests will help to identify the bolt-on extras for other disease processes.

CFS / ME sufferers looking for advice on their condition may find it helpful to begin by reading the article "My approach to treating chronic fatigue syndrome".

To get the best out of this website, please also read:

Please feel free to discuss any of this with your physician who is welcome to get in touch with me directly to discuss any of the advice in this website.

If there is a subject you would like me to address, please, tell me and I will put in an appropriate web page.

If you find anything in my website with which you disagree or you feel is out-dated or illogical or whatever, please do contact me directly. I am happy to amend entries given good reason.

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New and updated articles on the website

This site will never stand still - new articles are being added all the time. Links to pages older than two months can be found in the News archives.

January 2015

♦ Requests for the Mitochondrial Function Test are now available for new patients from 1st January 2015 - this is the only test I can offer to new patients at present due to excessive workload. Current patients can access my advice and book appointments as usual. Please see Mitochondrial test interpretations available for new patients from 1st January 2015 for further details

November 2014

♦ Change in Protocol Guidance - I now recommend pregnenolone in cases of DHEA insufficiency. For full details please see Common Hormonal Problems in CFS - Adrenal

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