Kate Neil is the director of the Food for the Future Foundation and a lecturer on the Westminster University Nutritional Therapy Degree Course - the first of its kind.
Edith Nesbit (1858-1924) is perhaps most famous for writing The Railway Children and Five Children and It, but she was extremely prolific and wrote or collaborated on more than sixty children's books. Nesbit is today recognised as one of the most influential and innovative children's writers that ever lived, and is cited as an inspiration by many contemporary authors, including J. K. Rowling, Neil Gaiman, Jacqueline Wilson, Kate Saunders and Frank Cottrell-Boyce. Even C. S. Lewis acknowledged the debt his Narnia series owed to her work - particularly the Bastable and Psammead trilogies.
'Amanda Hamilton presents BBC1's The One Show, UKTV's Spa of Embarrassing Illnesses and BBC2's Something for the Weekend. Sandy Newbigging works internationally as a therapist and trainer. Amanda and Sandy run detox retreats in the UK and overseas.
Dr Northrup has been a practising holistic physician for over twenty years, and is the former Assistant Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Maine Medical Center. Along with three other practitioners, Christiane founded the Women to Women clinic in Yarmouth, Maine.