Welcome to the Academy of Nutritional Medicine - an international interdisciplinary forum for advancing nutritional medicine. Our principal aims are:


• Working towards the integration of conventional and complementary medicine

• Bringing together academic expertise in nutritional medicine

• Providing high-quality information on new developments and therapeutic approaches in nutritional medicine to both practitioners and the public

• Offering a multidisciplinary clinic to patients so they can benefit from our combined expertise




Our approach is to combine the skills of nutritional therapists and other complementary practitioners with those of medical doctors. We want to make what we judge to be the best treatment for different conditions widely available. This includes established practice as well as new developments in the field of nutrition and other disciplines.


Patients' cases are presented and discussed at regular meetings of nutritional therapists and medical doctors, so that the patient's treatment is optimised through interdisciplinary exchange.


Patients can be confident that their practitioners always have the entire AONM network behind them, and that their cases will be discussed (anonymously) in the wider group wherever the practitioner knows that this could benefit the patient. This ensures that every patient receives truly integrated treatment.


We hold specialist training sessions with therapists, doctors and lab experts where various tests are interpreted from an integrated perspective, ranging from haematology and biochemistry, thyroid and hormone panels, through to ATP/mitochondrial profiles and genomic tests.


Click here to listen to Gilian Crowther MA (Oxon), mBANT, mNNA explaining Cell Symbiosis Therapy


Upcoming events:

Cell Symbiosis Therapy (CST) practitioners meet up regularly for continuing professional development and to discuss patient cases. To find out more, join the group at www.meetup.com/cst-uk

Saturday 7 March, 10am – 5pm

Introductory Seminar on Cell Symbiosis Therapy
Cell Symbiosis Therapy (CST) is a mitochondrial approach to therapy used for many years in Germany, but only recently becoming known in the UK. At this seminar, naturopath and nutritional therapist Gilian  Crowther mBANT mNNA CNHCreg will explain the basic concepts, tests and therapies underlying CST, including the use of the Pro Immun M IgG food intolerance test.
Holiday Inn Bloomsbury
Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury, Coram Street, WC1N 1HT London.
Please register via the
Eventbrite site:


For further information, please contact gilian@aonm.org or call 0786 772 6387

Alternatively please contact aonm.events@gmail.com to register, or call 0845 505 1296



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thy medicine and medicine be thy food”








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