Thursday, 2 October 2014

London Nutritionist speaking on Autism, Aspergers CAM Expo

Yvonne Bishop-Weston Nutritionist Speaks at Cam Expo London

Talk on Aspergers & Autism and Diets CAM Expo -  Nourishing children’s body & brain.

Nutritional Therapist Yvonne Bishop-Weston explores theories for optimising children’s cognitive development through Nutritional Therapy with particular relevance to Aspergers and children on the Autistic Spectrum.

Yvonne Bishop-Weston

Yvonne Bishop-Weston

Harley st nutritionist yvonne Bishop-Weston has worked in health food industry for over 20 years starting her Nutrition consultancy Foods for life in 2004. She appears regularly on TV, radio and in National press and specialises in digestive and hormonal health. Yvonne recently help start New Forest Consultants a group of health professionals focused on children with Aspergers and ASD

Nutritionist speaks out on Health

Health expert and London Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston of Harley Street has been very busy and in the news of late, quoted in a number of newspapers

Press and Journal
Northern Echo
Irish Examiner
Also online on SoFeminine talking about inflamation information

Last weekend Yvonne was speaking at London Vegfest about how to raise your children heathily on a vegetarian / vegan diet.

Although eating a plant based diet helps you avoid greater risks associated with a standard diet there are optimisation issues you need to be aware of as with any diet. Getting the balance right with high sugar foods and adequate essential fats intake are just as important to keep an eye on as with a meat based diet.

  London Vegfest

Yvonne Bishop-Weston Nutritionist London

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton Healthy Slim

Harley Street Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston dismisses claims that the Duchess of Cornwall Kate Middleton is 'too skinny'.

Kate Middleton Duchess of Cornwall - Thin?
"The Duchess reportedly has a very healthy attitude to food, eating a good proportion of vegan food and plant based protein.

It is possible to be even slimmer than Kate and still be very healthy.

When I breast fed my son I found it helped burn off excess fat and I'm sure breastfeeding has helped contribute to Kate's trim figure.

For women not so well educated in healthy eating they can become fat phobic and miss out on essential fats which can contribute to a whole host of problems such as infertility, depression, digestion, hormonal and skin problems.

Kate looks healthy with good skin, shiny hair and toned muscle so I have no reason to believe she has got the balance anything other than perfect"