Meleni Aldridge has been immersed in the field of natural and integrative medicine for over 28 years. She is a practicing clinical psychoneuroimmunologist, functional medicine practitioner, certified Metabolic Balance coach and DNAlysis Practitioner. For 11 years, before joining the Alliance for Natural Health International, Meleni lectured at St Mary’s University College, Middlesex on the Sport Rehabilitation programme.
In July 2005, she joined the Alliance for Natural Health International. In her role as executive coordinator, in which she remains today, she works closely with Dr Robert Verkerk, executive and scientific director, positively shaping the scientific and regulatory environment required to facilitate the future development of natural and sustainable healthcare. Meleni combines broad knowledge of the natural healthcare industry with a deep understanding of the regulatory framework.
Meleni is not only an experienced practitioner of some 30 years, she has also triumphed over her own autoimmune thyroid journey. Her passion for the power of nutrition and lifestyle interventions to ignite the body’s miraculous self-healing pathways is evident. This passion also fuels her deep commitment to seeing the necessary shapeshifting in the scientific and medical environment required to facilitate further development of natural and sustainable healthcare. But people — their health and their happiness — as well as their ability to act as empowered and responsible citizens, remains central in achieving this goal.
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Posted: 13th August 2018
Fundraising for harp player Sue Caden
Sue Caden is a wonderful harp player, but was slowly losing her hearing. The Health and Wellbeing trust offered to help fundraise for Sue to buy her some state-of-the-art hearing aids.Read more
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Posted: 13th August 2018
Fundraising for the passing of our friend Ali Jennings
On June 11th 2018 a group of Ali’s friend run in the Nailsea Charity run in Ali’s memory in aid of our charity which Ali served and supported passionately.Read more
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