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We specialise in autoimmune disease and unexplained chronic symptoms.

We look for the underlying root causes contributing to your symptoms and condition to restore balance and health.

Our goal is to empower you to regain control over your health and confidently manage your condition, freeing yourself from being at the mercy of your disease.

We can help you manage and improve your symptoms of Hashimoto's thyroiditis and hypothyroidism
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We combine functional medicine & nutritional therapy to get to the root cause of your condition and symptoms.


We genuinely care for our clients and are committed to help them feel better. To us, you're not just a statistic; you're an individual we understand and connect with.

We only accept a limited number of clients to ensure we can fully devote our time and energy to each one.

"Many of our clients have been through the conventional care system but still need help understanding their health and how to get better. 


Are you sick of feeling tired, in pain, helpless, worried about what the future holds?

Are you ready to take control of your health?

Nobody should struggle through life barely able to function, watching their body deteriorate and planning for the worst. That is no way to live.

FACT: Autoimmunity cannot be cured.

However it is absolutely possible to slow its progression, and even put it in remission.


We offer a functional medicine approach to manage autoimmune disease and unexplained chronic symptoms.

We identify and address underlying issues contributing to your condition to restore health.

 to get you back to better health.

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We offer both in person appointments at our London clinic and virtual appointments via Zoom or telephone so we can work with you wherever you are. We work with people all over the UK, Europe and North America so do not let distance get in the way of better health.


Muriel Wallace-Scott is a registered nutritionist mBANT and functional medicine practitioner. Muriel's own tricky health journey has led her to become an expert in her field.

Get to know her and her team of qualified practitioners and experts at what they do.



You may call it an epidemic...  

Autoimmune diseases have indeed become increasingly prevalent over the last few decades, with approximately 80 to 100 known autoimmune conditions. The incidence and prevalence rates have risen dramatically during the past 50 years, and diseases like multiple sclerosis have seen a doubling or tripling of rates in various countries in Northern Europe.


It is noteworthy that 75 to 80 percent of individuals diagnosed with an autoimmune condition are women. Hormones, especially significant hormonal changes in a woman’s life, play a vital role in autoimmune disease development. It is not uncommon for women to develop an autoimmune disease after pregnancy, during perimenopause, or during menopause.


Considering the high prevalence, it is likely that you know someone, or multiple people, who struggle with an autoimmune condition, as it is estimated that about 10% of the global population is affected. It’s unfortunate that many individuals may be unaware of their autoimmune condition.


It’s important to highlight that the journey to an accurate diagnosis can be challenging for many people with autoimmune diseases. On average, individuals with these conditions may see six different doctors over the course of several years before receiving the correct diagnosis.


Autoimmune diseases typically develop gradually over time, often taking years or even decades for individuals to progress from mild symptoms to a formal diagnosis. During this period, people may experience chronic symptoms that come and go without a clear explanation, leading to frustration and uncertainty.


It is unfortunate that in the early stages of their disease, around 45% of autoimmune sufferers are sometimes mislabeled as hypochondriacs by their doctors. This highlights the challenges many individuals face in obtaining an accurate diagnosis and appropriate care.


In our clinic, we provide assistance to individuals with diagnosed autoimmune diseases, helping them manage symptoms and improve their condition. Additionally, supporting those who struggle with ongoing unexplained symptoms and offering answers that they may not have received from their doctors can be valuable.


It’s important to recognise that undiagnosed autoimmunity may be an underlying cause of chronic symptoms for some individuals. Seeking proper medical evaluation and working with experienced practitioners like ourselves can help provide clarity and appropriate management strategies.

If you are interested in working with us, click on the link below. 

We offer a complimentary discovery call shall you have any questions or wish to discuss your situation with us prior to booking your program. 

With our help, you can change the trajectory of your health.

Book in a complimentary 20 minute call to discuss how we can help you.


Muriel Wallace-Scott is a Registered Nutritionist mBANT & Functional Medicine Practitioner.​


She is the owner and founder of the Autoimmune Clinic London.

Functional Medicine has changed her health for the better and we hope we can help you do the same.


Muriel, the founder of our clinic, has embarked on a challenging health journey herself, which has fueled her expertise in the field.

Having personally experienced the limitations of the conventional healthcare model in supporting individuals with chronic illnesses, Muriel was inspired to create a clinic that offers a more effective and comprehensive approach to autoimmunity and other chronic conditions.

Through her functional medicine approach, Muriel has successfully aided numerous individuals in the UK and worldwide in transforming their health. Her dedication and expertise have played a pivotal role in helping clients with autoimmunity and complex chronic conditions achieve remarkable improvements.

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