The nations favourite TV doctor, Dr Hilary Jones, has joined forces with London-based nutraceutical firm MedTate as a Non-Executive Director.
He has graced television screens for decades and is a trusted source of health guidance for millions of viewing members of the public. Now Dr Hilary Jones is teaming up with MedTate to further inspire healthy living in local communities.
The latest addition to the MedTate team will enhance the Company’s drive towards educating the public about the benefits of nutraceutical supplements in supporting a healthy lifestyle available in their local pharmacies. MedTate delivers all-natural and clinically validated breakthrough supplements that support healthy lifestyles and promote wellness.
Dr Hilary Jones will be leading the charge in boosting health education in communities and promoting self-care. The conversation about wellness has grown exponentially and everyone is looking for new and inspiring ways to rejuvenate their health routine. Self-care and prevention are huge trends in health, but it is crucial to make sure that people are well-educated about what supplements they should be taking especially if they are already on prescribed medication or diagnosed with particular conditions. In his new role with MedTate, Dr Hilary Jones will be helping the Company develop educational material and will support empowerment for people who are keen to look after their own long-term health.
The Company was founded in 2011 by its CEO Pete Tate, who was inspired by his grandfather’s natural remedies which were derived from Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Tate took this inspiration to create modern organic supplements which have been scientifically and clinically proven to have exceptional benefits. MedTate is unique in investing millions of pounds in research and development to ensure that the consumer is taking products containing bio actives which have proven positive benefits.
Non-executive Director of MedTate, Dr Hilary Jones, commented on his appointment: “I am delighted to be joining such a dedicated team who are driven towards educating people and creating a much bigger conversation about health and wellness. It seems that everyone is trying to take care of themselves better nowadays and while this is great, we need to ensure that the education piece is there so that they aren’t doing themselves harm. It’s important to also make sure that people aren’t having to rely too much on medication in the future, especially for preventative diseases, and I feel passionately that self-preservation is key to this. I am looking forward to working closely with the MedTate team.”