Sophie Tully

Sophie Tully

About Sophie Tully BSc, MSc, DipPT

A trained pharmacologist, Sophie pursued her passion for health and nutrition by completing a master’s degree in Clinical & Public Health Nutrition at UCL, London. Sophie balances her Igennus role with her own private nutrition and health consultancy business working with elite athletes and the general public to achieve optimal health through lifestyle and dietary interventions. Sophie’s main research interests lie in the role of nutrition and lifestyle in inflammation, psychology and immunology. Sophie also lectures at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Media madness strikes again – how the Inuit adapted to thrive on an omega-3 rich diet and why this is irrelevant for non-Inuit populations 1

Headlines hit recently, warning that we should take caution in thinking a ‘high’ omega-3 diet is as good for us as we previously thought just because the Inuit had low cardiovascular illness, including reduced incidence of metabolic syndrome markers such as high LDL cholesterol and poor insulin sensitivity. The article […]

The NEW, upgraded Pharmepa RESTORE and MAINTAIN

The fastest, most effective, clinical omega-3 protocol for truly personalised support Omega-3 EPA and DHA – what, when and how much? Our requirements for omega-3 change throughout the life stages, with structural DHA being most important during infant development, and functional EPA being the dominant fat during childhood and adult […]

Inflammation and autoimmunity

The immune system is a complex and tightly regulated system designed to protect the body from all invading pathogens and repair damage caused to cells by injury, infection and stressors. The correct functioning of this extremely precise process is dependent on numerous factors including diet, stress and sleep – each […]

New and in-progress EPA research

As a pioneer of EPA-only therapeutics it saddens and frustrates us here at Igennus to see published papers attributing their positive outcomes simply to omega-3, or specifically DHA, when EPA, more often than not, played a significant role in the result. Due to EPA’s relatively low levels in cells, there […]