Adam attended Imperial College of Science and Technology in London, where he gained a BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry.
After leaving Imperial, Adam worked for over 10 years in the field of medical communications. Over time, however, Adam realised that 'something was not quite right' about the pharma-led model of healthcare, which prompted a complete change of direction. He spent the next 5 years training as a Herbalist and Naturopath at the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) in London, while working to promote and protect the use of natural healthcare throughout the world. His experiences on 'both sides of the fence' afford him vital insights into different philosophies of healing and science.
Access to natural healthcare in all its forms is a right, not a privilege, and Adam works passionately to defend those rights. He was recently at the forefront of issues surrounding the regulation of herbal practitioners through his participation on a governmental working group on behalf of his professional association, the Association of Master Herbalists. The final report of the working group can be accessed here.