Eat Yourself Young: Take Years Off Your Looks with This Revolutionary New Eating Plan Paperback – Illustrated, 19 Dec 2011
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Take years off your looks by changing what you eat. --The Bookseller, October 14, 2011
'There's a good reason a string of celebrities have naturopath, dietitian and author Elizabeth Peyton-Jones on speed dial. Her no-nonsense approach to nutrition gets results without deprivation. There's no calorie counting or banning of food groups - just wholesome, nutritious advice to nourish your body from the inside out. Her new book reveals how to wind back the clock simply by tweaking your diet. I liked the details, such as the symptom chart to track your progress, the larder list of anti-ageing staples and the quirky illustrations filling each page. A fab foodie read!' --Women's Fitness, January 2013
About the Author
Well-known for her detox diets, nutritionist, naturopath and herbalist Elizabeth Peyton-Jones runs a highly regarded natural healing practice in Kensington, West London. She works with models, actors, celebrities and other public figures to improve their health, looks and longevity using various natural health techniques. She has her own range of detox herbs and teas, created to support the body through the detox process. Author Location: London
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I've now been on EYY for 5 months and the change is remarkable. My skin glows and my UTI as well as aches and pains are gone! And yes, I've had people remark that I look younger. And as an added bonus, I've lost 4 kg!
Though her claims may not be backed with better scientific proof and research as pointed out by other reviewers, I'm quite happy to endorse this book and Elizabeth Peyton-Jones' advice.