Maryon Stewart is one of
the UK's leading experts on nutrition and the menopause, has published 24 titles and has
sold more than a million books.
is well known in both the UK and Australia as a pioneer in the
field on non drug medicine. She became well known in the UK
after setting up and Advisory Service specialising in women’s
health in 1984, which now helps both men and women as the
Natural Health Advisory Service.
To date she has since written
25 popular self-help books, co-authored a series of medical
papers, written regular columns for numerous daily newspapers
and magazines, had her own radio show, has made two films as
well as contributing to many TV series, including being the
Nutritionist for Channel Four’s Model Behaviour and now presents
The Really Useful Health Show. Her formal training has included
preventive dentistry, nutrition, counseling and health promotion
and she regularly lectures to both the public and the medical
As well as helping individuals in her clinics and via her
telephone consultation service, Maryon is passionate about
making a difference through her health promotion work in order
to improve health prospects, and as a result make quality of
life and relationships more rewarding. She has already
transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people around
the world, for which she was voted in a Good Housekeeping Survey
the 51st most influential women in Great Britain, and intends to
turn that number into millions.
Maryon is currently developing
an online community
can get their questions answered by experts from around the
world in an attempt to cut through the confusion that arises
from what appears to be conflicting research results. She is
also specialising in online broadcasting as well as writing and
presenting a new TV series on the Body in Balance Channel called
the Really Useful Health Show which is now screened in the UK
and will be showing in other parts of Europe later in 2009.
Maryon studied preventive
dentistry and nutrition at St George’s Hospital in London and worked as
a counsellor with nutritional doctors in England for 4 years. At the
beginning of 1984 she set up the PMT Advisory Service which has
subsequently helped thousands of women world wide. In 1987 she launched
the Women’s Nutritional Advisory Service, and the Natural Health
Advisory Service in 2003, which now provides broader help to both women
and men of all ages.
Maryon Stewart is the
author 24 best-selling self-help books in the UK and 8 titles in
Australia, two of which made the Best Sellers List. Her titles include
The Model Plan, The Zest for Life Plan, The Phyto Factor, Cruising
through the Menopause, No More PMS and The PMS Cookbook, now in its
third edition, Beat Sugar Craving, and Healthy Parents, Healthy Baby.
She is the co-author of No More IBS, Beat PMS Cookbook and Every Woman’s Health Guide and the
Natural Health Bible which
covers over 120 conditions and includes both nutrition and complementary
Her latest books include
Beat Menopause Naturally which provides comprehensive self-help
advice to women wanting a scientifically based alternative programme and
the Real Life Diet which is designed to help people to learn to
meet their needs and lose weight if necessary without dieting.
She has worked
extensively on radio including having her own weekly radio programme on
health and nutrition, has co-written several medical papers and has
written for many glossy magazines and for the national daily newspapers.
She has also appeared on
many TV and radio programmes in the UK and Australia and had regular
columns in the Daily Mail, the Sunday Express Magazine, House
& Garden and many health magazines. She has been both advisor and
contributor to Good Health Magazine and Top Sante and is
currently on the Board of Advisors of Health & Fitness Magazine.
She was the nutritional
consultant for the Ch 4 programme Model Behavior and was voted
one of the most influential women of Great Britain by Good
She frequently lectures
to both the public and medical profession. She lives in Brighton, Sussex
and has four children.