Monday, June 28, 2010

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method laundry: You may remember an earlier post about 'Toxins in the home'

'In short, every room in almost every house in the United States is likely to contain at least one of these chemicals, many of which did not exist a century ago.'

Here's a chance to try out a free sample of a new laundry washing clothes wash liquid that ticks all the boxes on your environmentally friendly kinder to the planet and your health wish list.

A very easy way to cut out some of the unecessary chemicals in your home that you keep close to your skin.

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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Cuts salt + fat levels in food could save 40,000 lives

Cutting salt and fat levels in food could save thousands of lives, says NICE:

NICE ( NHS - National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence) criticized European MP's for voting against the FSA (Food Standards Agency) Traffic Light labelling scheme.

Paul Lincoln, Chief Executive of the National Heart Forum and a member of the guidance group said: “There is substantial evidence to support the use of the traffic light system. It was the best reported scheme in terms of the peer-reviewed scientific evidence, and its use would not demonise foods but help people to choose healthy options. We know that this scheme will not widen health inequalities.
“However, the EU has voted to go for the guideline dietary amount scheme instead of the traffic lights. It’s regrettably that it does not include the colour coding."

London Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston agrees "The people of Europe have been badly let down by MEPs on this labelling issue, it was a good opportunity to educate people how to avoid joining the list of thousands of people who die from preventable chronic disease. MEPs have done nothing less than sell out to the demands of irresponsible food manufacturers who fear an educated public waking up to manufacturers cheap cheats to sell nutrient depleted processed food."

In their latest report and Press release NICE claim "Up to 40,000 deaths from heart disease and stroke could be prevented each year by reducing the levels of salt and saturated fat in our food."

Cardiovascular disease is one of the biggest killers in the UK, with nearly three million women and three million men currently living with the disease. Every year, there are 300,000 new cases of cardiovascular disease, with those living in deprived areas three times more likely to develop the disease.
But despite the prevalence of the disease, around 90 per cent of deaths are largely preventable and can be tackled by making changes to diet, giving up smoking and increasing levels of physical activity."

This latest public health guidance from NICE focuses on food production and calls for a reduction in salt intake, aiming for a maximum intake of 6g per day per adult by 2015 and 3g daily by 2025. This action alone would result in 15,000 - 20,000 fewer deaths from heart disease and stroke every year.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Health and Nutrition Questionnaire

London Nutritionist - Health and Nutrition 5 min Questionnaire:

Are you flexible? 

TEA TIME! A five minute tick box health and lifestyle questionnaire

Please make yourself a cup of tea and then fill in our 5 min nutrition and health questionnaire for a 10% discount voucher off a consultation with London Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston and a chance to win a healthy dinner party for you and your friends. >>  Health and Nutrition 5 min Questionnaire:

Friday, June 11, 2010

London Nutritionist - Nutritionists Jobs

Nutritionists in London on Nutritionists' Jobs
UK Nutritionists' jobs, nutritionist qualifications, nutrition training courses, salary and other search terms such as these generate more traffic on google than searches for nutritional therapists to be healed. Perhaps by perhaps people looking for a change in career.

London Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston used to be one of a select few expert clinical nutritional therapists with a clinics in London.

Now there seems to be a nutritionist on every street corner in London, every health food store, every gym, every slimming club seems to think they have an expert in nutrition.

However when it becomes a professional qualification rather than just an extra module bolted on to some other discipline.there is a big difference in what can be achieved.- it's much more than weight loss diets if you are in the right hands.

Nutritional therapists typically tackle a whole range of conditions from infertility, hormonal imbalances, skin conditions, allergies, food intolerance, digestive disorders  such as IBS,. low energy and performance, chronic fatigue, ME, MS, mood swings , effects of stress as well as weight management.

"It's so rewarding when you've transformed someone's life who's bee suffering with IBS for over 20 years or helped a couple to have a healthy baby when they've been diagnosed with inferility. " says Yvonne Bishop-Weston.

for more information see London Nutritionist  and London Clinics