The virtual nutritionist!

I hope you and your loved ones are well.

I will still be seeing patients at the Bardon clinic during these uncertain times. Please call 07-33681300 to make a booking or just book online at

I’m also available on Skype, FaceTime, WhatsApp as well, and you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your own home.

Many of my patients use these online services for their appointments, so please just ask if you are unsure how to get started.

Simply contact reception or book online and make a note as to how you would like to conduct the appointment.

There has been a great demand for my Clean Formula and I have had to put a limit of 3 per order. It is a blend of Vitamin C, zinc, Vitamin A, potassium, magnesium etc that may reduce the severity of any virus or bacteria and may reduce inflammation.

Please note that it is available only to existing patients.

I have had many queries re immune supplements and food, so I have prepared a short video.

I realise that there is so much information our there from ‘immune boosting’ tea to Amazonian tinctures.

Probably one of the biggest wake-up calls are the deficiencies prevalent in our elderly population.

This includes deficiencies in iron, zinc, Vitamin D, protein and Vitamin C. All these are important for reducing the severity and duration of viral/bacterial infections.

If you or a love one is concerned, even book in for a short 40-min appt and I’ll try and answer your questions.

Vitamin C deficiency in an Australian cohort of metropolitan surgical patients.

It is important to overcome basic deficiencies BEFORE spending money on olive leaf extract, garlic, herbs etc.

Please take care and stay healthy.


One thought on “The virtual nutritionist!

  1. Roberta Jones says:

    Hi Anthony, I’m a bit confused by the link to the study you posted. It stated that the vitamin deficiencies were in people with no/low fruit intake, but you recommend avoiding fruit because of the sugar content. Also it appears your supplement is more than 20% carbohydrates, is that still ok for diabetics. Cheers and stay well, Roberta

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