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Max Tomlinson

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Full name Max Tomlinson
Country United Kingdom
Primary language English
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naturopathy, nutrition, complementary health, spas, vitamins, minerals, supplements, innovative health products, detox, homeopathy, acupuncture, disease conditions, beauty products, nutricosmetics, functional foods, health conditions, beauty products, nutricosmetics, functional foods,

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Last updated 28-09-2011 18:09


Max was born in beautiful Cape Town, South Africa. His early years were spent outdoors, rock climbing and surfing.

He moved to Sydney, Australia in 1982. He qualified as a Nutritionist and Naturopath in Australia in 1986 having studied orthomolecular nutrition, food nutrition, medical herbalism and homeopathy. Full course details laid out below.

Max practised as a nutritionist in Sydney for several years, appearing regularly on television and presenting his own natural health television show on Foxtel television.

Max moved to London in the late 90’s where he combines the demands of two busy clinics with lecturing and writing about natural therapies. Max has made regular appearances on The Big Breakfast on Channel 4 and Home Malone on Anglia television. Max is a regular contributor to Grazia, Harpers and Bazaar, Marie Claire, Red magazine and The Telegraph.

Max currently resides in London and practices from his Harley Street and Fulham clinics.

Max pioneered the resurgence of the nutritional detox concept and ran his first detox programme in London in 1989.
Max has a high profile client list that includes top celebrities, Royalty and business personalities.

Max has featured in Vogue, Marie Claire, Harpers and Queen, Elle, Tatler, The Daily Mail, The Express, The Sunday Times and Time Out. In June 2001, Max was voted one of the top 10 alternative practitioners in the UK by The Guardian Weekend Newspaper.

Max was voted one of the top 100 doctors in the UK by Tatler in 2005 and 2006.

Max has a book out in January of 2007. 'Clean up your diet' published by Duncan Baird.

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