Dr Marilyn Glenville Bed (Hons), MA, PhD is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine, a nutritionist, psychologist, author and broadcaster who obtained her doctorate from Cambridge University. She is the former Chair of the governing council for the British Association of Nutritional Therapists and former chair for Foresight the Association for the Promotion of Pre-conceptual Care. She is also a member of the Nutrition Society. For over twenty five years Dr Glenville has studied and practised Nutritional Therapy, both in the UK and in the USA, specialising in the natural approach to female hormone problems. She has had several papers published in scientific journals, frequently advises health professionals and often lectures at academic conferences held at The Medical Society and the Royal College of Physicians and The Royal College of Surgeons. She is also a popular international speaker. As a respected author on women's health care she gives regular talks on radio and has often appeared on television and in the press. She is the author of six internationally best selling books:
In July 2000 Dr Glenville was invited to give a presentation in the House of Commons to The Scientific and Technology committee, on behalf of The Nutritional Therapy Council, on the standards of nutritional training in the UK and the benefits of nutrition to the general public.
Dr Glenville has been officially appointed by the FSA (The Food Standards Agency) as an observer on the Expert Group for Vitamins and Minerals set up by the government to look into the safety of vitamins and minerals.
Dr Glenville has also been elected Chair of the steering group for setting National Occupational Standards (NOS) for nutritionists in the UK.
With her special interest in the female hormone cycle Dr Glenville also works with women who are having menstrual problems including heavy periods, painful periods, pre-menstrual symptoms, fibroids, endometriosis etc. who would like to work on a nutritional approach to these problems.
Dr Glenville also helps couples who are having difficulty conceiving because of unexplained infertility, problems with the woman's cycle or problems with sperm count, motility etc.. She works with couples who are having recurrent miscarriages, small for dates or a problem with a previous pregnancy or who are preparing for IVF.
Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
Chair of the Nutritional Therapy Council
Observer for the FSA (The Food Standards Agency) Expert Group on Vitamins and Minerals
Member of the Nutrition Society
Member of the National Osteoporosis Society
On the Editorial Board of the Nutrition Practitioner Journal
Former Chair of the British Association of Nutritional Therapists
Former Chair of Foresight - the Association for Preconception Care and Infertility
Author of the international best selling book ' The New Natural Alternatives to HRT ' published in February 2003 by Kyle Cathie. The book has been reprinted many times in the UK and is also being sold in over 20 countries throughout the world. This book is a nutritional approach to the menopause and over 500,000 copies have been sold.
February 1999. Launch of ` Natural alternatives to Dieting `. 32,500 copies printed in first run; sold out in first week. Published by Kyle Cathie.
January 2000. Launch of ' Eat Your Way through the Menopause '. 50,000 (Hardback) copies first print run. Sold out in first four months. Published by Kyle Cathie.
April 2000. Launch of ' Natural solutions to Infertility '. Published by Piatkus Books.
April 2001 Launch of " The Nutritional Health Handbook for Women ". Published by Piatkus Books
April 2002 Launch of " Natural Solutions to PMS ". Published by Piatkus Books
Collaborated in a study on Preconception Care and the Outcome of Pregnancy undertaken by the University of Surrey and published in the Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (1995) , 5, 205-208. This study investigated the effects of controlled nutritional intake during the pre-conceptual period on fertility, recurrent miscarriages, small-for-dates babies and malformations.
Author of 'Health Professionals' Guide to Preconception Care' published by Foresight for doctors, nurses, midwives and health visitors.
Glenville M., Broughton R., Wing AM. and Wilkinson RT (1978)
Sleep, 1, 169-176
Glenville M (1979)
Chronobiologia IV, 2, 101
Glenville M and Broughton R (1979)
Chapter in P. Passouant (ed.)
Proceedings of the Symposium 'Pharmacology of the States of Alertness'.
Glenville M and Wilkinson RT (1979)
Ergonomics 22, 8, 927-933
Glenville M, Broughton R, Wing AM and Wilkinson RT (1979)
Chapter in C. Mackay and T. Cox (ed)
Response to Stress published by IPC Science and Technology Press
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|The Independent||The Observer|
|Good Housekeeping||Women's Realm|
|Top Sante||Women in banking|
|Women's Own||Kindred Spirit|
|Here's Health||Network Directory|
|What Doctor's Don't Tell You||PMS Helplink|
|National Childbirth Trust||Green Guide|
|BBC 1||One O'clock and six O'clock News||BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour|
|BBC 1||The Ester show (Women's health)||BBC Southern Counties Radio|
|BBC 1||Kilroy (On the Menopause)||BBC Scotland|
|BBC2||Trust Me I'm a Doctor||BBC Wales|
|ITV||This Morning Show||BBC Radio Leeds|
|Channel 4||Diet and Male Infertility||BBC Radio Derby|
|Central TV||Late and Live||LBC|
|Carlton TV||London TV News||Viva|
|Carlton TV||Liz Earl's A-Z of health||BBC Most regions|
|Yorkshire TV||A-Z of Fertility||BBC Radio 4 The Food Programme|
|GMT||Food and Health series||BBC Radio 2 Jeremy Vine show|