A global brand pioneer, Liz Earle MBE co-founded the multi-award winning Liz Earle Beauty Co., (now owned by Walgreens Boots Alliance) before moving on to launch Liz Earle Wellbeing. She finally left the beauty company in May 2017. Liz is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine (published internationally by Hearst), founder of Liz Earle Fair and Fine, an award-winning range Fairtrade gold botanical jewellery and hosts the popular Wellness with Liz Earle weekly podcast. Her work has won countless awards for beauty, health and wellbeing. She received an MBE from HM The Queen and has two honorary doctorates.
Alongside her work as one of the world’s leading wellbeing entrepreneurs, Liz is a TV presenter and the No 1 Amazon bestselling author of over 35 books on a range of health, beauty and wellbeing topics, including her recent No 1 bestsellers The Good Menopause Guide and The Good Gut Guide. She has also hosted hit TV shows for the BBC and ITV, including Beautywise, The A-Z of Food & Beauty and Liz Earle’s Lifestyle. Liz’s recent ITV mini-series, Who Wants to Live Forever? was filmed in Greece and Italy for This Morning and focused on health and wellbeing ways to live well, for longer.
A passionate campaigner, Liz co-founded the Guild of Health Writers and The Food Labelling Agenda (FLAG). In 2010 she founded the humanitarian charity LiveTwice. She is a Patron and Ambassador for several charities including Ace Africa, The Sustainable Food Trust, The Prince’s Trust, Love British Food, CURE International, The National Osteoporosis Society and others.
Liz lives with her husband and five children on their pasture-fed organic farm in the West Country.