Jane Garton is a freelance journalist, author and copywriter specialising in health and wellbeing. She has edited various magazines including Top Santé, Tesco Healthy Living and The Health Store Magazine.
She lives in London and contributes regularly to Saga, Liz Earle Wellbeing, Lifespan and Waitrose Weekend.
Suzie Sawyer graduated from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London in order to inform, motivate, educate and empower people to improve their health and sense of well being through nutritional therapy.
One of her key skills is communicating nutritional science into meaningful words, enabling her to empathetically engage with her audience.
Suzie has operated a number of private practices including one in Harley Street, London and she specialises in digestive issues, weight management, stress related illnesses and sports nutrition.
Suzie’s expertise and passion for wellbeing and nutrition ensures that her programmes are always delivered in a professional and engaging manner that encourages and motivates lifestyle changes.
Suzie works with a team of Associates, as well as other Nutritionists, all highly qualified and passionate in their particular fields of specialisation.
As well as being a Nutritionist, Suzie is a keen recreational sports person and has completed a number of marathons and half marathons and has a particular interest in Sports Nutrition. She is a qualified gym instructor and personal trainer and can help you formulate a suitable exercise plan as part of your nutritional programme.
Gabriella Clarke qualified as a medical herbalist in 1994 after studying for a four-year diploma. In 2012 she obtained a BSc(hons) degree in herbal medicine from the school of Bio-Science at the University of East London.
Gabriella has a clinic in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire where she practises herbal medicine. She has been writing articles for newspapers, magazines and websites for the last eight years. She also gives talks and runs workshops.
Mike Wakeman is a pharmacist with Master’s in Pharmaceutical Analysis, Nutritional Medicine and soon Clinical Oncology. He is currently engaged as a healthcare consultant for UK, Irish, German, Canadian, Australian and Japanese companies supplying input to their business and marketing development through a variety of channels as well as providing formulation and technical writing expertise.
In 2009 his research into the health benefits of natural polyphenolic products was selected to promote the annual scientific conference of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. Recently he was invited to lecture in Canada, US, Holland, Ireland, Switzerland Greece, Hong Kong and Denmark as well as presenting a paper at the World Cancer Research Fund conference in Washington. He is a clinical trials ethics committee expert member, associate member of the Royal College of Medicine, a member of the Guild of Health Writers and was recently appointed chair of National Cancer Support-an umbrella organisation representing the interests of the 900+ UK cancer patient support groups at a national level.
His work has been featured on TV, national and local radio stations and in national print. He is a regular contributor to Healthcare publications, and in the past year has had 5 papers accepted by peer reviewed journals. He worked for many years alongside the late Professor David Horrobin and the late Nobel Laureate in Medicine, Sir James Black during his time as MD of a world leading natural products research company which developed Essential Fatty Acid and melatonin formulations as prescription medicines.
Dr Sarah Brewer
Dr Sarah Brewer qualified as a doctor from Cambridge University. After working in general practice and hospital medicine, she now specialises in nutritional medicine.
As well as being a licensed doctor, Sarah is also a Registered Nutritionist and a Registered Nutritional Therapist.. She writes regularly for a variety of newspapers and magazines and is the author of 50 popular self-help books.
Sarah was voted Health Journalist of the Year in 2002 and has a Masters Degree in Nutritional Medicine from the University of Surrey. For more information, visit www.naturalhealthguru.co.uk