Dr Elisabeth Philipps PhD

Author: Dr Elisabeth Philipps

Author: Dr Elisabeth Philipps PhD, BSc (Hons), BSc Nutr Med NNA is a neuropharmacologist and Functional Medicine nutritional therapist with over 20 years’ experience.

She runs a thriving health consultancy (www.hartwellnutrition.co.uk) specialising in nutritional neurology and gut brain axis, where she provides expert opinion for private clients, corporate business programmes, the national press, specialist healthcare publications and health companies. Her current area of research is around the endocannabinoid system and its modulation in health and disease by hemp extracts.

Elisabeth’s extensive academic training includes a BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Science from Kings College London, a PhD in Neuropharmacology from Oxford University and a BSc in Nutritional Medicine, where she trained with Dr Lawrence Plaskett at Thames Valley University. Elisabeth is also bound by a strict code of ethics in clinical practice, governed by the Naturopathic Nutrition Association.

Dr Elisabeth Philipps PhD is leading consultant for Nutrigold co-ordinating the busy technical and educational team, as well as technical advisor for Nutri-Link and contributing to the highly successful leader in post-graduate education organisation – Clinical Education. For these organisations, she is a keynote speaker, researching, writing and delivering regular presentations on a variety of functional nutrition and clinical health topics to consumers and practitioners, as well as developing a range of bioavailable and efficacious food supplements.

Elisabeth is passionate about patient-centred education and Functional Medicine, and having completed the prestigious Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM) training AFMCP™ (Applied Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice) course she was instrumental in creating nutrihub online functional nutrition training platform (www.nutrihub.org) where she is now lead content creator and head tutor for the online consumer and practitioner FM-based nutrition training and CPD courses.

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