About

Perhaps like you, I battled with symptoms such as Fatigue, Gut issues, Food intolerances, Low Mood and Brain fog and I just couldn’t find a way out!  

My journey began at university juggling a stressful internship with competitive sport.

Doctors told me nothing was wrong and I ‘looked well’! But I knew different and I was quickly losing hope. 

Serendipitously, I was introduced to a nutritional therapist who did know different.

Soon, I was ‘back on my feet’ feeling better than I’d ever felt before!

With a renewed sense of purpose I was inspired to become a doctor to help propagate and bridge the worlds of nutrition and medicine.

However, the stress of medical studies and a business venture sparked a relapse that pushed me back to square one. 

I was forced to abandon my dream (for the time being).

Seven years later, I finally regained my health and qualified as a nutritional therapist.

I spent seven years and thousands of pounds in the process, trying every supplement and therapy with little to show for it.

I don’t want you to go through that and that’s why I’m passionate about identifying the fewest interventions that can help you.

I’m now fortunate enough to support people like me, and many others with conditions including:

  • Complex fatigue syndromes
  • Gut issues
  • Food Intolerances and Sensitivities
  • Autoimmune conditions
  • Weight loss
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Heart disease
  • Brain fog
  • Depression and Anxiety

You can read my full story here.

A bit more about me

I graduated with distinction from the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London, whilst reading for my masters in Neuroscience.

I worked for the NHS in various wards including general medicine, general surgery, geriatrics and stroke wards.

In my spare time I love to cook, read and learn the piano. I also have a passion for aviation.

Before medicine, I studied management and developed a passion for great food. I subsequently, worked for chefs including two Michelin starred Brett Graham and Heston Blumenthal.

Wishing you well in finding your path to health,

Inder