Elizabeth is well-known for her youth-enhancing detox diets. She is passionate about people making health-style changes at home, in restaurants, hotels and in the workplace.
Elizabeth has run a highly successful alternative health clinic in Central London for over two decades, with clients including models, many actors, celebrities and other public figures. Being a food and health expert she is able to help people make dietary and lifestyle changes that rejuvenate their health, looks and wellbeing.
The Power of Food courses at Leiths School of Food and Wine was a huge success and her own Go Nuts! healthy snack food range is now in various sandwich bars, gyms, health food stores and eateries around the country.
Her TV appearances include How Not to Get Old (Channel 4) as the show’s healthy eating guru alongside presenter Louise Redknapp.
Elizabeth’s first book Eat Yourself Young was translated into nine languages – and she regularly writes for national newspapers, magazines and online. Her second book, Cook Yourself Young, was published by Quadrille in 2015.
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COOK YOURSELF YOUNG – Buy it here
Want to look and feel 10 years younger? Keen to eliminate bloating, bags under your eyes, and other nagging and unpleasant symptoms of aging? Looking to lose weight and stay trim? Well, forget botox and chemical peels. Keep clear of the surgeon’s knife. All you need is to change what you eat and to Cook Yourself Young.
In her revolutionary new book, Cook Yourself Young, naturopath and food and health expert, Elizabeth Peyton-Jones explains how simply by changing the way you cook you can rejuvenate your looks and well-being, and live a healthier, more balanced and energized life. In this follow-up book to Eat Yourself Young, the author gives more than 100 ‘Youthing’ recipes, free from meat and refined sugar, but still packed full of goodness and flavour. All the food is delicious, too. Breakfast on oat pancakes with apple puree and cashew cream; tuck into a Thai fish curry for supper; and finish off with pecan pies or coconut ice cream for dessert. There are recipes for tasty breads and soups, healthy snacks and juices, and plenty of ideas for light meals and three-course dinners.
PUBLICATION DATE: 2nd July 2015
PUBLISHED BY: Quadrille