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Meet The Founders

Fleur Borrelli

Nutritional Therapist and
a Psycho-neuro-immunology Clinician

Fleur Borrelli is the UK’s first psycho-neuro-immunology clinician. Psycho-neuro-immunology is a multi-layered approach to medicine, which looks at the pathways to ill health and provides regenerative interventions. It is based on the latest developments in the fields of psychology, neurology, endocrinology, immunology, evolutionary biology and epigenetics – and is underpinned by Nutritional Medicine
www.fleurborrelli.com

Fleur is also a health writer, appearing in many popular magazines. She regularly writes for Nutrition iMag, a magazine for healthcare professionals, and for Bite The Sun, a new health initiative set up by The Alliance for Natural Health. Fleur is also a regular contributor to Glynis’ Ageless website.

Glynis Barber

Actress and co-author of
The In-Sync Diet

Glynis Barber is a well-known British actress both on stage and television. Best known for her role in Dempsey and Makepeace, she has also starred in numerous other TV series including Blake’s 7, Night & Day, Emmerdale, The Royal and most recently Eastenders.

As well as acting, Glynis is passionate about all aspects of health, nutrition and exercise. Her hugely successful Yoga Secrets Anti-Ageing DVD quickly sold out on QVC, and she also founded her lifestyle/anti-ageing website www.agelessbyglynisbarber.com.

2015 saw the successful launch of The In-Sync Diet which reached no.1 in category on Amazon and the top 10 in all categories. Glynis is currently a columnist for Natural Heath Magazine.

Fleur Borrelli

I come from a small village in Wiltshire, on the edge of the Marlborough Downs.  My father is the person with the greatest influence on the choices I have made.  As a doctor, he ran his own practice and his surgery was next door to our family home.  Our lives were intertwined with the practice – everyone from patients to practitioners knew my sister and me.  Often, we would go with my father on his home visits and loved chatting to his patients. Whenever we are ill, we are taken down to the dispensary and given some medication.  There is a pill for everything and life feels very safe in his hands.

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I come from a small village in Wiltshire, on the edge of the Marlborough Downs.  My father is the person with the greatest influence on the choices I have made.  As a doctor, he ran his own practice and his surgery was next door to our family home.  Our lives were intertwined with the practice – everyone from patients to practitioners knew my sister and me.  Often, we would go with my father on his home visits and loved chatting to his patients. Whenever we are ill, we are taken down to the dispensary and given some medication.  There is a pill for everything and life feels very safe in his hands.

Everything changes age 15 when I unexpectedly lose my father; our whole family is devastated and the world I know up to this point falls apart. The ensuing years are fairly chaotic because my mother is not in a good place.  I come to the realisation that medicine cannot mend everything and not even a doctor can fix himself. I make a very firm decision that I am not going to go down the same route as my parents.  Seeing their over-reliance on conventional medicine, I know I need to take responsibility for my own health.  Keen to travel after university, I pack my bags up and find myself teaching English in Brazil.  There I discover the incredible diversity of fresh produce and a sharp interest in natural medicine which is a deep part of Brazil’s heritage.

On my return, I take a degree in nutritional medicine and soon after begin to see patients myself.  But after a while it becomes very clear to me that whilst I can make an impact on some people’s lives by working on their diet, this is not happening with everybody. There is an important piece missing to my practice – I am not getting to the root of why people become obese or ill in the first place.  I am not seeing how life experiences as  well as lifestyle choices are impacting on my patients’ health.

So I research further and discover one of the leading lights in the field, Dr Leo Pruimboom, Scientific Director of the Natura Foundation in Holland. Leo is one of today’s most prominent figures in the clinical psycho-neuro-immunology movement establishing it on the world stage as a solid scientific discipline with a cutting-edge approach to healthcare. I know I have found what I have been looking for – the opportunity to really make a difference to people’s lives. I quickly sign up to do my Post Graduate Diploma in Psycho-neuro-immunology and feel the benefits with my patients straightaway.  I listen to their story, unravel the pathway to illness and integrate diet and exercise with Psychology to help them move forwards and to bring recovery of health.  Contrary to what we think, health is not necessarily sticking rigidly to the same healthy foods. Nor is it having a set routine where you do the same things every day at the same time.

So, what really is health?  Health is flexibility.  Health is metabolic flexibility, being able to use different energy systems in the body according to need, especially fat.  Metabolic flexibility creates more energy which in turn promotes immunological flexibility – your body’s ability to produce a wide spectrum of immune cells to protect you against every eventuality.  And health is about psychological flexibility, not getting stuck in negative patterns of thought.  And this is what we hope to transfer to you on our In-Sync Diet Online Programme.

Fleur Borrelli PG Dip cPNI, BSc Nut Med, psycho-neuro-immunologist and nutritional therapist is one of the UK’s first psycho-neuro-immunology clinicians. She is currently studying for her Masters in clinical psycho-neuro-immunology (cPNI).  cPNI is a multi-layered approach to natural medicine looking at recovering the (biochemical, immunological, emotional, etc…) pathways to optimal health. It is based on the latest developments in the fields of psychology, neurology, endocrinology, immunology, evolutionary biology and epigenetics – all underpinned by nutritional medicine, exercise as medicine and psychosocial techniques.

Fleur is also a health writer and has appeared in many popular magazines and complementary healthcare journals. She is also a regular contributor to Glynis’ Ageless website.

Fleur’s website is <a href=”http://www.fleurborrelli.com/”>www.fleurborrelli.com</a>

Glynis Barber

My own In-Sync journey begins in London in my late teens. I arrive in London fresh from an idyllic childhood running around outdoors in Africa and go straight into drama school and the acting business. Always either on the go doing 8 shows a week, or out of work and short of cash, I think nothing of eating a large slice of cake for lunch and since I don’t really know how to cook, I might even have cake for dinner too. In fact, 80% of my diet probably consists of bread, fruit, cake and sweets with the odd egg thrown in to make me feel like I’ve eaten proper food. I eat appallingly without giving it a second thought!

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My own In-Sync journey begins in London in my late teens. I arrive in London fresh from an idyllic childhood running around outdoors in Africa and go straight into drama school and the acting business. Always either on the go doing 8 shows a week, or out of work and short of cash, I think nothing of eating a large slice of cake for lunch and since I don’t really know how to cook, I might even have cake for dinner too. In fact, 80% of my diet probably consists of bread, fruit, cake and sweets with the odd egg thrown in to make me feel like I’ve eaten proper food. I eat appallingly without giving it a second thought!

The yo-yo effect of a demanding work schedule followed by periods of inactivity leads to another kind of yo-yoing – yo-yo dieting and without really being aware of it, I continuously embark on yet another diet to lose 5 to 10 llbs for an upcoming acting job. The calorie counting and weight fluctuation take their toll and I often feel tired, bloated and low.

I don’t even have any family In England to cook me a nice wholesome meal or point out that I’m not taking proper care of myself. Looking back I realise I spent a large part of my twenties feeling quite unwell.

But my saving grace is that I have always been active. Not with any great fitness goal in mind but simply active for the love of dance and doing a job which generally requires a fair degree of movement. The flip side of my passion for dance and acting is a deep-rooted fear of death after losing a parent while still in my teens. With the aim of reducing my stress levels, I find myself in an aerobics class led by a feisty inspirational American instructor.

“Get moving people” she would yell at us, “don’t think coming to this class is enough! You have to jog, eat the right foods and learn to listen to your body!” She then suggested books for us to read and for some reason I don’t even understand, I listened to what she said. And to my surprise, I discover a passion that has remained with me ever since. It was a surprisingly little thing but demonstrates how the power of a good teacher can impact your life with far-reaching consequences.

From that young woman with no regard to what she put in her mouth and with little interest in health or lifestyle, at the age of 27 I become completely passionate about both. I start searching out organic foods (not an easy thing at that time), eat wholefoods and ditch the junk. And of course, because it’s the 1980’s, I try to eat a low fat diet. My health improves and I continue this way for many years. I feel like I pretty much know it all, I read articles and books on health and nutrition and feel very educated on the subject.

Remaining healthy, free from illness, fit, youthful and being the best I can be at whatever age I am, becomes integral to my life and my passion for the subject knows no bounds. It leads me to stray from my regular path of acting to make an anti-aging yoga DVD. I’m thinking of starting a website as well but don’t quite have the courage to go for it.

And then I meet Fleur Borrelli. Recommended by an osteopath who thought my joint pain might be caused by diet, I rather reluctantly go along to see her. I’m not in the habit of going to nutritionists as I feel there isn’t much they can tell me that I don’t already know. But Fleur is not just a nutritionist, she looks at things from an evolutionary stand point as well as looking at your personal history from every angle.

She proceeds to rock my world and change everything I thought I knew. Calorie counting is out. The low fat diet is out. The “healthy” granola for breakfast is out. Breakfast itself is out. Exercising on an empty stomach is in. Only drinking when thirsty is in. I’m flabbergasted to learn my lifestyle is not as healthy as I thought. I’m secretly sceptical. I mean can I trust this woman? Why is no-one else saying what she’s saying? What I don’t yet understand is that Fleur is well ahead of the game and looking at research that many other professionals are not even aware of. Much of this is now trickling into the media and of course, healthy fats are now known to be crucial to good health and weight.

As I slowly and cautiously embark on her way of eating and exercising, I start to feel very different. The fatigue that has always stayed with me disappears and I begin to have boundless energy. My body’s composition changes and I can see lovely lean muscle replacing fat. My body is firmer, stronger and I’m feeling good too. Positive and confident. I decide to go for that website after all and www.agelessbyglynisbarber.com is born. I simultaneously start redecorating my whole house. Why not? I have tons of energy.

Life will never be the same. I find this is not a diet at all. It’s living the life I am genetically designed to live. By making these adjustments I am able to take control of my health, how my body looks and feels and even slow down the ageing process. That’s what happens when you do this. Like a puppy, it’s not just for Christmas, it’s for life.

We want you to share in my journey so that you too can enjoy results to last a lifetime. We will change how you eat, drink and exercise forever. By following In-Sync online, you will be taking your health into your own hands…. Join me on my journey to be In-Sync now www.agelessbyglynisbarber.com

Everything changes age 15 when I unexpectedly lose my father; our whole family is devastated and the world I know up to this point falls apart. The ensuing years are fairly chaotic because my mother is not in a good place.  I come to the realisation that medicine cannot mend everything and not even a doctor can fix himself. I make a very firm decision that I am not going to go down the same route as my parents.  Seeing their over-reliance on conventional medicine, I know I need to take responsibility for my own health.  Keen to travel after university, I pack my bags up and find myself teaching English in Brazil.  There I discover the incredible diversity of fresh produce and a sharp interest in natural medicine which is a deep part of Brazil’s heritage.

On my return, I take a degree in nutritional medicine and soon after begin to see patients myself.  But after a while it becomes very clear to me that whilst I can make an impact on some people’s lives by working on their diet, this is not happening with everybody. There is an important piece missing to my practice – I am not getting to the root of why people become obese or ill in the first place.  I am not seeing how life experiences as  well as lifestyle choices are impacting on my patients’ health.

So I research further and discover one of the leading lights in the field, Dr Leo Pruimboom, Scientific Director of the Natura Foundation in Holland. Leo is one of today’s most prominent figures in the clinical psycho-neuro-immunology movement establishing it on the world stage as a solid scientific discipline with a cutting-edge approach to healthcare. I know I have found what I have been looking for – the opportunity to really make a difference to people’s lives. I quickly sign up to do my Post Graduate Diploma in Psycho-neuro-immunology and feel the benefits with my patients straightaway.  I listen to their story, unravel the pathway to illness and integrate diet and exercise with Psychology to help them move forwards and to bring recovery of health.  Contrary to what we think, health is not necessarily sticking rigidly to the same healthy foods. Nor is it having a set routine where you do the same things every day at the same time.

So, what really is health?  Health is flexibility.  Health is metabolic flexibility, being able to use different energy systems in the body according to need, especially fat.  Metabolic flexibility creates more energy which in turn promotes immunological flexibility – your body’s ability to produce a wide spectrum of immune cells to protect you against every eventuality.  And health is about psychological flexibility, not getting stuck in negative patterns of thought.  And this is what we hope to transfer to you on our In-Sync Diet Online Programme.

Fleur Borrelli PG Dip cPNI, BSc Nut Med, psycho-neuro-immunologist and nutritional therapist is one of the UK’s first psycho-neuro-immunology clinicians. She is currently studying for her Masters in clinical psycho-neuro-immunology (cPNI).  cPNI is a multi-layered approach to natural medicine looking at recovering the (biochemical, immunological, emotional, etc…) pathways to optimal health. It is based on the latest developments in the fields of psychology, neurology, endocrinology, immunology, evolutionary biology and epigenetics – all underpinned by nutritional medicine, exercise as medicine and psychosocial techniques.

Fleur is also a health writer and has appeared in many popular magazines and complementary healthcare journals. She is also a regular contributor to Glynis’ Ageless website.

Fleur’s website is ww.fleurborrelli.com

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