'The Juice Party': Bristol mum's book successJuly 13th, 2014
When a Bristolian mother of two decided to embark upon a career in nutrition little did she know that her quest to help others would take her on a roller coaster of a journey, resulting in her penning an eBook.
‘Claire Stone Nutrition’ was created after Claire, a keen surfer and snow boarder, realised that there was little nutritional information and support out there that felt right for her. So whilst raising her young daughters she took the plunge and qualified with an Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Healing and began steadily building her fledgling business.
Three years on and Claire has built a solid reputation as a quirky no holds barred, tell it as it is, nutritionist with a very different humorous approach that motivates and engages clients where others have failed. With offerings that include short detoxes, full nutritional programmes, and a blog with post titles such as ‘Let’s talk Stools’ and ‘I am not Skinny ’, Claire has endeared herself to her clients and has followers around the globe.
The idea to write a book about juicing came to her after working with clients who wanted to optimise their nutrition but struggled to incorporate fruit and vegetables into their daily diets.
Claire says “The Juice Party is a fantastic tool for anyone who wants to increase their intake of fruit and vegetables in their diet. My down to earth approach acknowledges that sometimes it is just a bit hard to stick to a rigid regime: after all we are only human!
What I aim to do is help people realise just how easy it is to make some simple but TASTY juices with fab nutritional value, all of which can make a positive impact to their well-being.”
The book which is fun and informative, gives people the tools to whip up delicious juices with little fuss. After being launched just a few weeks ago it has already reached the top 5 juice books on Amazon Kindle.
If you would like to get in touch with Claire to find out more visit www.claire-stone.com. The Juice Party can be downloaded on Amazon.co.uk and currently costs just under £3. You can follow Claire on Twitter and The Juice Party is also on facebook.Tags: Ashley Down, Bishopston, Bristol, Bristol free magazine, Claire Stone Nutrition, community, Gloucester Road, Horfield, local, Redland, St Andrews, The Juice Party, voice Back to news