About Us


Armin's first degree is a distinct BSc. in Dietetics with speciality in the management of food allergy. During his work experience he developed interest in other aspects of food hypersensitivity as some people with food allergy and/or pollen allergy exhibited symptoms to certain foods, which were dissimilar to common symptoms seen in type I allergic reaction. He achieved a MSc. in Nutrition and broaden his knowledge further by studying and researching about possible mechanisms and management of non-immediate food hypersensitivity.

Armin became interested in the relation between allergy and delayed hypersensitivity since observising high prevalence and concurrent of delayed food hypersensitivity among people with immediate food allergy. Consequently, he completed a postgraduate certificate PG Cert. in Allergy and managed to win the David McKay prise at Imperial College as a result of his best performance examination.

Armin's special interest in allergic rhinitis, the relation between presence and severity of certain allergic diseases such as allergic rhinitis, atopic eczema/dermatitis, allergic gastrointestinal diseases and also their association with food allergy and food hypersensitivity encouraged him to advance his knowledge through achieving a distinct MSc. in Allergy from Imperial College London. Studying at Imperial College and developing clinical experience at St Mary's Hospital under supervision of internationally renowned specialists gave him the opportunity to improve his understanding of diagnosis and management of allergic disease. He conducted his research successfully on the association between irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and seasonal allergic rhinitis (SAR). The result of his research was presented and published in the British Society for Allergy & Clinical Immunology (BSACI) annual meeting 2016 and World Allergy Organization (WOA) international scientific conference 2016.

Armin is a member of British Society for Allergy & Clinical Immunology and actively participates in the related scientific meeting and conferences where possible.

Lucy has a BSc. in Clinical Medicine with special interest in immunology. She has tough several years of immunology at undergraduate level. Over the time, she has developed interest in the role of nutrition in immunology and autoimmune disease and as a result she has advanced her knowledge by persuading a MSc in Nutrition. Her special interest is in the relation between allergic diseases and certain autoimmune disorders and also the role of food hypersensitivity in the exacerbation or severity of some autoimmune disorders such as hypo/hyper thyroidism, type I diabetes and psoriatic arthritis.