Holly Bell is a TV presenter, family recipe writer, blogger and mum of three small boys.
Holly continues to write the hugely popular and award winning blog Recipes From a Normal Mum, which has been viewed by over three million people and is prolific on both Facebook and Twitter.
Holly’s first book ‘Recipes From a Normal Mum’ was published in 2014 and instantly reached the non-fiction best sellers list. The photography for the book was taken by renowned food photographer and Jamie Oliver collaborator, David Loftus.
Since appearing as a finalist on the Great British Bake Off, Holly has been in huge demand, regularly appearing on various TV shows, including This Morning.
"As a busy mum, I'm a big fan of canned food and always keeps my cupboards well stocked with it to help me create tasty meals that all my boys will love."
Holly has written for numerous publications such as the Radio Times, Cupcake Heaven magazine, Good to Know magazine and Marks and Spencer’s blog and has been interviewed by the likes of The Sunday Times Style magazine, the FT, Hello and Radio Five Live. In 2013, Holly’s first ebook, Ready, Steady Bake! was released and jumped straight in at the number one slot on Amazon.
Azmina is an award-winning dietician, international speaker and best-selling author. She’s a media spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association (BDA), resident dietician to Patient Info and a former Campaign Dietician for the Change4life Campaign as well as a regular contributor to NHS Choices.
She has served as a member of several Boards and Committees on national organisations including the British Heart Foundation, Diabetes UK, Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation, BDA Public Relations Committee and BDA Executive Council.
Appearing regularly as a health expert on TV, her appearances include Sky, BBC and ITV news, plus various lifestyle programmes such as This Morning, The Wright Stuff and The One Show.
"As a mum of two (one boy one girl), I believe healthy food can and should be tasty and easy to prepare, because life’s complicated enough."
Azmina has written over a dozen books on weight management and diabetes and held the authoritative position of Chief Dietician to Diabetes UK for eight years. Today, she runs her own nutrition consultancy where she offers her expert opinion on a range of diet-related topics and uses her lively personality and down-to-earth approach to help simplify scientific dietary principles so they appeal to everyone.