Yvonne providing free fertility advice at The Fertility Show in London today with practical solutions for all budgets not just VIP treatment for healthy happy pregnancy Beaulieu Natural Health Clinic - New Forest Vitabiotics Vitabiotics #fertility #FertilityQA #events #pregnancy
Here there and everywhere VegfestUK. Children's health - Q&A in kids area then also in mature zone on staying young and healthy One stage of life to the other
Have you tried any of the many new dairy free plant based vegan cheese products?
A collection of qualified health professionals will be giving talks on a number of subjects on vegan health and nutrition on the Saturday December 3rd 2016 at V...egfest Scotland 2016 at the SECC (Hall 3) in Glasgow.
An interesting range of topics will be covered at the summit, including FAQ’s about vegan health, junk food, iodine, difference between “popular” and healthy plant-based diets, plant-based diets for children, and cruelty-free health care.
Full schedule and topics are here:
"9 in 10 teen girls don't get enough fruit and veg. Nearly half of teen girls short on iron, magnesium and selenium. Approx one fifth teen girls short on calcium, riboflavin, zinc, vitamin A. One quarter of teen girls short on iodine" says Yvonne Bishop-Weston “Adequate and balanced diet is especially important for teenage girls. Attention-span, task focus and mood are directly influenced by diet, and these core abilities are vital for the development of emotional wellbeing, and academic performance." Dr Simon Bignell Developmental Psychologist
Few places left for Freedom Years Workshop this Sat on Menopause strategies nutrition, coaching and recipes £45
The Big White Elephant in the Room - Menopause
Finally the UK Government and the NHS have now recognised that women are inadequately supported during menopause.... New NICE guidelines recommend that women should be invited discuss menopause on their 50th birthday. Natural alternatives should be considered alongside hormonal treatments.
For some changes can start in women's 30's and the process can take up to 10 years
Freedom Years Workshop - Pilley - 3 leading New Forest Experts
Yvonne Bishop-Weston Harley Street Nutritionist and founder of the Beaulieu Natural Health Clinic - New Forest will be discussing practical natural solutions for making the most out of menopause at a Freedom Years Workshop at Boldre Memorial Hall Pilley Saturday 16th April at 2.15pm £45 including snacks and info packs.
Yvonne says "From mid 40s on-wards to get most out of life and protect their current and future health women can dramatically benefit from managing the changes that menopause brings. It's not just about hot flushes but hormonal changes from mid 40s on-wards that impact on osteoporosis, cardiovascular health as-well as hindering skin, hair, health and mood.
"Our freedom years workshop aims to tackle this taboo subject head on with fun and inspiring half day workshop for women how to nutrition, healthy snacks , group coaching session from Claire Norman to demo motivate participants to make lasting beneficial changes to their lives.Our aim is demonstrate how women over 40 can have it all look and feel great now and in the future "
Phyto-estrogenic snacks will be demonstrated and available for tasting by award winning botanical chef Tony Bishop-Weston and Beaulieu based leadership coach and change management expert Clare Norman will speak about key strategies to help participants get the most out of the 'Freedom Years'
Tickets are available from Beaulieu Natural Health Clinic www.newforesthealth.com 01590612891 or via Sweet Joe Pye Health Shop Lymington Saturday 16th April at 2.15pm £45 including snacks and info packs.
Teen Health - According to nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston, the problem arises because we’re socially programmed to make sure our younger kids and babies eat healthily and take extra vitamins, but not encouraged to focus on teenagers, who by this age are mostly making their own food choices.
“This is a mistake as the teenage years are incredibly vital for when it comes to nutrition,” says Bishop-Weston.
“Age 13 to 18 is the period of growth spurts, frantic hormone activity ...and high academic stress – in fact, the body needs a higher amount of nutrients then more than at almost any other time of life.”
This new film by the people that made Cowspiracy should shake things up!