Antony Haynes

86 Harley Street
4th Floor Practice

07736957822 / 07736957822

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About me

Antony has been in private practice for over 27 years and is one of the most experienced Registered Nutritional Therapists in the country. He is one of the first practitioners to implement the principles of Functional Medicine in the UK, since 1992.

Antony has been teaching for 27 years and regularly presents webinars to Nutritional Therapists and practitioners on a variety of different health topics.

Antony focuses on complex cases, particularly auto-immune conditions, but has wide experience with gut health incl SIBO, fatigue conditions, skin health, and reduced cognitive function.

He is known as the practitioners’ practitioner. He employs his clinical experience in managing the nutritional needs of his patients, which number in excess of 16,000, at his clinic, The Nutrition Clinic Ltd. in Harley Street, London.

He is also a successful, award-winning author of two books on nutrition, The Insulin Factor (published in the UK 2004 and in the USA) and The Food Intolerance Bible (published in the UK 2005 and in Taiwan & Romania), and has appeared on television and radio.

In March 2011 Antony was awarded the prestigious CAM Magazine Award for “Outstanding Practice” for his many years of educating, inspiring, motivating and helping practitioners and patients.

Training, qualifications & experience

BA (Hons) Degree in Sports Science & English from Brunel University

Diploma from The Institute for Optimum Nutrition, graduating in 1992, and completed the first third year course at ION in 1994.

Teaching at ION and other nutrition colleges since 1992.

Member organisations


Accredited register membership


2019 - £250 for one hour.

Pro Rata charges for follow up consultations.

London, W1G 7HP

Type of session

Online nutrition support: No
Telephone nutrition support: Yes
Face to face nutrition: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Wheelchair access: Yes

A small lift is available to bring anyone in a wheelchair to the 4th floor. There are a few steps without ramps, however.


Mondays at 86 Harley Street