Dr Nina Bailey


Dr Nina Bailey

About Dr Nina Bailey BSc, MSc, PhD, RNutr

Nina is a leading expert in marine fatty acids and their role in health and disease. Nina holds a master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition and received her doctorate from Cambridge University. Nina’s main area of interest is the role of essential fatty acids in inflammatory disorders. She is a published scientist and regularly features in national health publications and has featured as a nutrition expert on several leading and regional radio stations including SKY.FM, various BBC stations and London’s Biggest Conversation. Nina regularly holds training workshops and webinars both with the public and health practitioners.


Nutritional interventions for PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an extremely distressing condition that arises after having experienced a traumatic event.  Affecting around 3% of the population, individuals experience symptoms that are similar, but not exclusive, to those associated with anxiety and clinical depression.  Many individuals with PTSD are also prone to developing other […]


Spotlight on Omegaflex joint nutrition supplements

The impact of current ‘western-style’ diet and lifestyle habits on our physical health is reflected by the increasing occurrence in musculoskeletal conditions within the UK.   These painful, often disabling conditions affect the joints, bones and muscles, often resulting in long-term disability. [1] Risk factors for conditions such as osteoporosis, osteoarthritis […]


Research update: Ubiquinol effective for improving CFS symptoms

While researchers are still struggling to understand the mechanisms causing the wide ranging symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), it seems clear that impaired immune system function and/or some sort of mitochondrial dysfunction is involved.  Supporting mitochondrial function and reducing damaging free radicals that are produced by excess electrons via […]


Western diseases – is there a NAFLD crisis

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is an increasingly common liver condition that primarily affects people who drink little or no alcohol.  The incidence of NAFLD appears to be increasing at an alarming rate and can range from simple hepatic steatosis (which is reversible) to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) which is characterised […]


Top uses for MCT oil 2

MCT (medium-chain triglyceride) oil contains the naturally occurring fatty acids caprylic acid (C8:0) and capric acid (C10:0), found in foods such as coconut and palm kernel.  Coconut oil is probably the best known natural source of MCTs.  Similarly to coconut oil, MCT oil offers a number of beneficial health properties. […]


Beyond omega-3: managing the many faces of inflammation

Unresolved or exaggerated inflammation is the hallmark of chronic disease and targeting key regulators of inflammatory mechanisms is essential for successful therapeutic intervention.  Whilst the omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids AA, EPA and DHA play key and distinct roles in regulating inflammatory pathways, inflammation is itself a complex and multisystem […]


Combining nutrition & The Perrin Technique: multidisciplinary approaches in CFS/ME

When speaking with people who suffer from ME/CFS, it is rare to find two individuals reporting mirroring symptoms.  This is because ME/CFS is a multi-system disease, meaning that it affects not only the neurological system but also the immune, musculoskeletal, endocrine and cardiovascular systems.   Thus the complex nature of the […]