Thursday 5 April 2012

New blog online “The Only Paradigm to Have Is No Paradigm”

Natura’s Clinical Psychoneuroimmunology (cPNI) is a post-graduate course. Do you remember when you did your first significant studies in a health-related subject (which brought you to cPNI), and probably studied some biochemistry and laboratory-testing? You sat through those lectures thinking “I get this, but I’m going to need to re-visit this at some stage because it is a big topic and I don’t have time to immerse myself in it now. Yes, I appreciate its fundamental value in health science but I cannot take it all in right now”. But then your course continues and you miss your chance to really get your teeth into understanding the biochemistry/lab work. Did you go back to it later? Do you now really understand what are the biochemical norms and changes that can take place within the individual, and thus are able to focus your intervention in your patient from a place of knowledge?  Did you immerse yourself in it? I’m guessing that you probably did not. There were other things that were more important at the time and then life went on and you became distracted by things you felt were more important to your work as a health professional. Yet there remains that niggling thought in the back of your mind “Actually, if I’m honest with myself, I still have a gap in my knowledge”.



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Clinical PNI – Next course beginning 2012

The next course will start in October 2012, if you are interested in knowing more please contact Justin Sheehan on 0845 862 8862 or If you would like to contact Adam about being a post-graduate student of Clinical PNI then please e-mail him at


About Adam Thornton
Adam is well known in the UK. He is a qualified Nutritional Therapist and read for his first degree in Nutritional Therapy at The University of Westminster, studying the functional medicine model of healthcare.  Adam is also a lecturer and tutor at the Institute of Optimum Nutrition in Richmond, London and sees patients at clinics in Bedford and central London.