Thursday, 12 September 2013

BBC 1 Rip Off Foods TV with Yvonne Bishop-Weston

London Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston on BBC 1 TV in Harley street clinic talking nutrition in BBC 1 Rip Off Foods with Judith Chalmers

London Nutritionist on BBC1 TV
BBC1 Rip Off Foods with Yvonne Bishop-Weston

Harley Street London - Nutrition is key

Monday, 5 August 2013

BHS stop Ads for 'Healthy Meals for Kids' in Hampshire

BHs to finally remove misleading ads  for 'healthy meals for kids' (burger, nuggets, sausage and chips) in Hampshire and online

Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Can a vegan diet potentially save your life?

Be Vegucated: Can a vegan diet potentially save your life? - Yahoo! Lifestyle UK

Things in the media start hotting  up ahead of National Vegetarian Week and Vegfest UK In Bristol as London Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston talks about the rise in Vegan Diets

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Weight gain: How genetic is it?

Features |Lifestyle|Weight gain: How genetic is it?| Health Sector

Doctors and London Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston discuss the impact of genetics on weight gain and obesity. Nature?  nurture? hormones? bad diet?

Nutritionist London

Wednesday, 24 April 2013

London Nutritionist In Look Magazine

Look Digital Edition | Look

Seaweed and Algae Shake + Chlorella recipes
Yvonne in this weeks Look magazine with Chlorella recipes for Rosie Huntingdon Whiteley fans

Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Time to make fizzy drinks really expensive

NP NEWS | The online home of Natural Products magazine

Nutritionist London says "It's time to make fizzy drinks really expensive" on expert health panel, to Natural Products Industry at Olympia London

Thursday, 4 April 2013

Vegan Diet Key Ingredient in Recipe for Healthier Nation says London Nutritionist

Natural Products Live!

Leading London Nutritionist will be helping to put together a manifesto for a healthier UK on Sunday 7th April at The Natural and Organic Products Europe show in London at Kensington Olympia

Sunday 7 April 2013

10.30–11.30 | Health of a Nation
Yvonne Bishop Weston
Dr Chris Etheridge
Lisa Gawthorne
Chaired by Simon Wright
As debate rages about how to deal with Britain’s ‘health time-bomb’ our panel of leading health professionals, nutritionists and researchers come together to offer the natural healthcare sector’s perspective on the ‘Health of The Nation’ debate. Drawing on newly commissioned research and calling on ‘expert witnesses’ from key disciplines, this important discussion will demonstrate that there is a real, proven alternative to our illness-centred approach health. And we’ll use the session to draw up a Manifesto for a Naturally Healthy Nation.

Yvonne will also be appearing at Olympia again at in October

Wednesday, 9 January 2013

60% toddlers hooked on sweets

Sixty per cent of toddlers are hooked on sweets according to Vitabiotics Wellkid Baby Drops research | Mail Online

We are teaching our kids to crave unhealthy foods even before their tastes are fully formed , teaching them a love of sugar, what they don't know they wouldn't miss but we behave like drug dealers giving them little bits until children are hooked.
Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston told The Daily Mail : ‘The research is certainly concerning and reflects what I see in my nutritional practice. 


90 per cent of parents are confused about how to properly nourish their children
89 per cent think there is a lack of public information about how to give babies a good nutritional foundation
93 per cent of mothers think there should be classes available on weaning and feeding babies
87 per cent of parents are not aware of which vitamins their child needs
81 per cent feel there is a limited selection of healthy meals available on children’s menus
26 per cent of parents add salt to their children’s food before they turn three

‘Parents are introducing chocolate and sweets into their babies and toddlers diets too early.  It is predicted that by 2030 half the UK will be obese, if we don’t act now. 

The research, conducted by Vitabiotics WellKid Baby Drops, suggests that a key cause of the problem is that parents are using sweets and chocolate to bribe fussy eaters.