Liz Earle: Biography highlights
Liz Earle MBE is passionate about natural health, beauty, wellbeing and her extensive charity and campaign work.
Full biography of Liz Earle
About Liz Earle
Liz is an Amazon best-selling author of 35 books, an entrepreneur, an established TV presenter and a farmer. Her wide experience makes her an excellent presenter, awards host and after dinner speaker on wellbeing and entrepreneurship.
Liz’s TV career began in 1989 on ITV’s This Morning. She is currently on ITV’s flagship daytime show as a regular ‘Wellbeing Wednesday’ contributor.
Charities and causes
Passionate about research and consumer information, Liz is one of the founders of the Guild of Health Writers in 1994 and of FLAG, the Food Labelling Agenda, which campaigned at government level for clear, comprehensive and meaningful food labelling.
She is also an ambassador and advocate for The Soil Association, The Sustainable Food Trust, Love British Food, The National Eczema Society, The National Osteoporosis Society, The Prince’s Trust, The Centre for Social Justice and Restart Africa, as well as a Patron of ACE Africa.
In 2010, Liz founded the UK charity, LiveTwice, to offer opportunities and practical skills training to people who have been disadvantaged. The charity operates both in the UK and overseas.
Demonstrating entrepreneurial spirit from early on in her career, Liz has put her name to several successful brands. Her latest business ventures include
- Liz Earle Wellbeing, a high-quality quarterly magazine focused on food and living well and
- Liz Earle Fair and Fine, an award-winning range of ethically sourced, Fairtrade gold and silver botanical jewellery
In 1995, Liz co-founded the Liz Earle Beauty Co., now owned by Walgreens Boots Alliance.
In 2007, received an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from both Portsmouth University and Staffordshire University and was also awarded an MBE for her services to business.
Liz’s latest book, The Good Gut Guide was published in May 2017 and went straight in as the #1 best-seller on Amazon for ‘Popular Medicine’.