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Foods For Life London Nutrition - Yvonne Bishop-weston Information
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  • Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston, Gareth Zeal and Penny Crowther offer nutrition advice, biochemical tests and expert nutrition consultancy in London UK. Corporate, personal and testing services available. Private Clinics in Harley Street, Croydon, Balham and the City
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  • Paul McCartney Celebrity Family Heirloom Under Threat by Health Food Giants
  • As part of the National Vegetarian Week celebrations, tibits restaurant in London is hosting a Great British Battle of the Bangers. Journalists are invited to vote on five different vegetarian sausages (including the McCartney family Sausage) in a blind taste test. Despite the McCartneys healthier recipe they are having to battle for shelf space in the supermarkets.
  • May 20, 2009 
  • Lady Heather Mills McCartney Nominated For Ethical Oscars
  • None of the usual A list paparazzi plagued celebrities such as Paris Hilton, Victoria Beckham, Britney Spears, Madonna, Avril Lavigne, Bono from U2 , Kate Moss nor even Sir Paul McCartney have been nominated in this years ethical oscars for 2008, having all been snubbed, along with many other celebrities.
  • February 15, 2008
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  • Vegan Costs Donny Osmond's Guest £10,000
  • On Donny Osmond's BBC2 Game Show Identity falling for a media stereo type of a vegan lost Donny Osmond's guest the chance of the £10,000 jackpot.
  • October 16, 2007
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  • London Nutritionist Challenges BBC Over Use Of Protein In Vegan Diet
  • A Harley Street Nutrition expert has challenged a BBC experiment that fed athlete Colin Jackson a vegetarian diet that was lower in protein than neccesary. Jackson complained he lost power but London nutritionists Yvonne Bishop-Weston and Gareth Zeal say it may have been good TV but it wasn't sound science.
  • February 17, 2007