Our Mission

We are on a mission to help improve the digestion of people across the globe. Our practitioners have undergone extensive training in reflux management with and without prescribed reflux medicine. Lots of people take acid-reducing medicine and then find that they suffer terribly when they don't take it and then are too afraid to stop taking it.

For some people, these medicines are essential. But they are often taken for simple heartburn and indigestion. Unfortunately, after just three days, the risk of rebound heartburn is high. This heartburn is often more severe than the initial symptoms, making it hard to stop.

Our founder, Debbie, has years of experience in supporting patients to successfully stop taking these medications whilst minimising rebound. All our practitioners have been trained in applying her approach. When appropriate, they can help improve digestion and minimise medication with the support of the patient's medical practitioner.

About Our Founder – Debbie Grayson

Hi, I'm Debbie, and I have over two decades of experience as a pharmacist. My experience has given me a deep understanding of medications and their side effects.

Over the last ten years, I've expanded my expertise to include nutritional therapy, focusing on helping patients overcome the adverse effects of drugs, particularly on digestion and nutrition. My peers know me as an authority in this niche and often refer to me affectionately as the "Godmother of Pharmacology."

This title reflects my personality; I'm approachable, have a good sense of humour, and am serious about my work. I've been running mentorship programs where I guide hundreds of health professionals in integrating medicine with nutrition safely and effectively.

My approach to health is holistic; I believe in the power of conventional medicine for immediate treatment and in the role of nutrition and lifestyle for sustained well-being.

Collaboration is key to me — I advocate for teamwork among doctors, nutritionists, and patients to achieve the best health outcomes.

My commitment to this crusade is deeply personal. I lost my sister to complications from a brain haemorrhage that was exacerbated by Proton Pump Inhibitors. Her struggle has driven me to study nutrition since 2012. I work relentlessly to educate medical professionals about these risks and ensure patients receive the care they need, continuing my sister Angela's legacy.