Enid Taylor

Enid’s fascination with the gut stems from her own ill-health in childhood. Many courses of antibiotics, for repeated chest infections and bronchitis, left her with what we now recognise as IBS. This became a continual struggle to remain healthy and battle with this digestive Dysbiosis.

After having three daughters, she returned to education. Enid gained a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, and a Doctorate in Naturopathy, hoping to help her children with their own health issues.

Enid opened the Taymount Clinic in 2003, with Glenn—her childhood sweetheart, schoolmate and now second husband—aiming to support and help people with the same health issues that she and her children had been facing. Enid and Glenn then trained as Colon Hydrotherapists, later progressing through the Advanced and Instructor levels. This training and investigation into colonic health led them to search for a more lasting health improvement than just colon cleansing; a chance enquiry about faecal transplants prompted Glenn to research and develop the Taymount procedure, and to establish the Taymount Protocol for Faecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT). The clinic began offering FMT in 2011.

Today, Enid still serves as Director of the Taymount Clinic, in charge of training and dietary recommendations for patients. She prepares and delivers all the training materials for the satellite clinic staff and on-going professional development for the Taymount Clinic staff. Enid is a member of G-PACT (Global Professional Association of Colon Therapists), I-ACT (International Association of Colon Therapists) and RICTAT (Register of Integrative Therapists and Trainers and Complementary Medical Association).