Luke gained a degree in Biomedical Science at the University of Kent in 2015, and went on to study for a Masters degree in Personalised Nutrition. In 2020, he graduated as a nutritional therapist at the Centre of Nutrition Education & Lifestyle Management.
Now a qualified nutritional therapy practitioner, Luke practices functional medicine and works one-to-one with individuals to combat disease through personalised dietary and lifestyle changes.
Luke has always been interested in the connection between diet and disease, often wondering why and how different food choices lead to illness in some people, but not others. He also found it difficult to reconcile the notion that illness is an inevitable consequence of ageing.
This sense of intrigue led him to do his own research. He came to the conclusion that a lot of common nutritional information is misguided, and not fully supported by science. These discoveries served as a catalyst for Luke to pursue a career in nutrition.
Through his personal experience and understanding of the principles of ancestral living, the science behind it, and how it supports our basic human physiology, Luke has developed a unique perspective on health and disease. This includes a special interest in using animal-based/low carbohydrate diets to combat ill health and resolve issues in the body.
Luke’s background and interests perfectly complement the philosophy behind the ProLongevity programme. Now an integral member of our team, Luke is passionate about using his experience and knowledge to help others improve their health and wellness.
Outside of his practice, Luke enjoys body weight resistance training, being outdoors, and travelling.