VegfestUK London 2014 is on September 27th 28th at The West Halls Kensington Olympia
48-page B5 full colour event programme for Brighton now available for download for free online
Featuring all vegan festivals happening in the UK in 2014
Boney M, Rose Royce, Abba Gold, Ruts DC, Peter Hook, Goldblade, Black Roots & Zion Train headline Bristol in May
Massive crowd for our first London bash
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Yvonne Bishop - Weston
YVONNE BISHOP WESTON
Available for consultations on both days at the Foods for Life stall, and a 'Meet the Experts' session on Saturday 2pm
Leading UK nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston started her nutrition consultancy Foods for Life 10 years ago. following a key role at The Food Doctor after her time at Cranks Vegetarian restaurants.
Yvonne is most acclaimed for her work in fertility, pregnancy and mother and baby health but in her clinic in Harley street she still helps people with a variety of issues from weight management and digestive issues through to mood and energy enhancement, hormonal imbalances, autistic spectrum management and allergies and food intolerances.
Yvonne works holistically but scientifically, able to draw from a bank of over 100 biochemical laboratory tests which can be organised in the comfort of your own home.
Yvonne has also appeared on GMTV's LK Today, BBC One Show and ITN News. She simply explains the why, what, when and most importantly how, of children's nutrition and the psychology of helping kids to want to eat for life! Yvonne exposes the typical pitfalls and manufacturers tricks to mislead you into thinking you're getting a healthy whole-food when it's really just a half-food.
Yvonne has also recently succeeded in making a certain multimillionaire children's food guru backtrack on her 'healthy' meal claims - covered by Mail Online here.