Adam Stevens

Patient Leader

Born in 1979 with the congenital heart condition, TGA – I am one of the very few fortunate to have survived the Atrial switch surgery pioneered by Dr William Mustard in Toronto and was operated on in 1981 at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London by the famous interventional cardiac surgeon Mr Lincoln. For me, the relationship between diet and disease has always been in my focus and I constantly keep myself up to date through reading, seminar attendance and seminar delivery. As someone who had incredible, invasive surgery, I would not recommend it to anyone and am a firm believer that whilst drugs and surgery can be absolutely lifesaving, they are the very last resort. Preventative nutrition is likely to be the only sensible way forward for our western populations both in terms of health, but also economically and morally. As such, I intend to work tirelessly with those who seek help but also to leave a legacy and pledge to do my best everyday to work towards this such needed species level change. Everyone, including myself who has implemented this information is a walking testimonial in terms of internal appearance, external appearance, bloodwork and perhaps most importantly of all, mental health – an area which I am very passionate about.

Past Awards Participation

Third Annual Health Activist Awards


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Adam Stevens

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