Who is Anne?
Anne was an NHS cardiac nurse and is now a functional medicine practitioner based in Leeds, but works on Skype, Zoom etc. She specialises in genomics and genetic health - what genes we have, how they affect us day to day, how they've been triggered by environment and diet usually, and how to 'un-trigger' or manage them. Anne has had chronic fatigue herself, recovered with nutritional medicine, and has an autistic son who now has a Masters in Engineering, no less, so clearly she knows a lot about those subjects. She also lists digestive disease and mental health as specialist subjects.
She uses processes like EFT and psychology techniques in her practice so offers a nice blend of mind and body, fitting in nicely with our own Purehealth approach to chronic illness.
Anne is also a Metabolic Balance practitioner and uses this hormone and metabolic-balancing programme to help people tackle weight issues. She's also just introduced NES Health into her repertoire, an energy-scanning biofeedback type system I have been coveting for years.
Lots. Anne’s holds the following qualifications:
She belongs to:
She also co-authors books, is the course director for York's MSC in Nutritional Therapy and does loads more.
Here's Anne explaining Nutrigenomics and her general approach:
How do I book to see her?
Book a free 10-15 minute chat with her first of all and she will take it from there. A nutritional therapy consult of 90 minutes is £150 with a comprehensive report or recording of the session. Follow-ups are £70. A full genomics test interpretation and reporting/consultation costs £350 as it takes a HUGE amount of work; she doesn't run it through cheap software so you get individualised interpretation, not simple-computerised which is really important in this field otherwise you can be working on individual SNPs quite unnecessarily and wrongly.