Bryan Hubbard has an extensive and versatile background as a journalist, editor, publisher and an author of two publishing companies and publisher and co-editor of the international magazine What Doctors Don’t Tell You, now published in nine countries.
Bryan holds a BA in philosophy from London University and a degree-level qualification in journalism from Harlow College.
After winning first prize in a national writing award, he began his career on local newspapers and became one of the country’s youngest news editors, securing the position at the age of 18.
Prior to launching his own publishing group, Bryan held editorships of a variety of prominent EMAP and Financial Times Group titles, including Money Week, Money Business and Small Company Investor.
He also worked for the Confederation of British Industry, converting their annual programme into a highly popular book.
He has edited and written about conventional and alternative medicine for 26 years.
He and his wife, author Lynne McTaggart, live and work in London with their two daughters.