Adele is a clinical Psycho-neuro-immunology (PNI) practitioner, nutrition consultant and certified Metabolic Balance coach. She has met the strict criteria required for Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) registration, as recognised by the Department of Health. CNHC is the Professional Standards body for regulation of nutrition practitioners in the UK.
With a keen interest in ‘brain fitness’, Adele’s clinical practice uses PNI to educate clients about how at odds modern living is with our physiology, as seen through the lens of human evolution. She believes that through such understanding and a holistic approach to ‘wellbeing’, we can empower ourselves to deal with health challenges without the need for invasive surgery or prescription drugs.
Adele’s company Inside Out Nutrition UK / Profit From Your Health is a team of experienced health professionals working one-to-one with individuals and as consultants to companies. In companies Adele focuses on building a ‘health conscience’ within teams, and helps to create health-conscious businesses where corporate and social responsibility is fundamental. Adele has special expertise in travel wellness, given her early career in aviation and international travel-retail. Adele holds private practice clinics in central London and Brighton.
Wellbeing Medicine company focuses on early detection, prevention and reversal of chronic (autoimmune) conditions. Dr Batty uses principles of functional, lifestyle and nutritional medicine, in addition to conventional medicine. Her mission is to help people transform their lives and live healthier through personalised preventive wellbeing-focused medicine that aims to optimise health and improve quality of life.
Dr Batty also has an interest in optimising mental health and resilience, and has completed advanced leadership courses, as well as enhanced psychology and mental health training through CBT, NLP, Emotional Intelligence and Stress Management training.
Dr Batty reached a career high in 2015 when she was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians in London and won the Trainer of the Year Award at her resident teaching hospital, where she continues to oversee a number of dissertation projects to expand the research evidence-base in her specialty. She is also a Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine, for an outstanding contribution to the Faculty as a national level, a UK Chief Examiner for workplace-based assessment at the Faculty of Occupational Medicine, and also past NHS Training Programme Director where she continues to support the London Deanery trainee doctors’ annual ARCP reviews and quality assuring post-graduate training. With over two decades of experience as a physician, Dr Batty has helped thousands of patients.