About Us

The Yoghurt & Juice Network was an idea born during a long car journey, where founders and Nutritionists, Yasmin and Jenna, were fed up of listening to the responsibility of the current state of children’s health being passed between parents, schools, industry, government and so on. As a result, they decided to take on some of the responsibility themselves, by creating The Yoghurt & Juice Network and providing credible nutrition education, first hand, to children, parents and teachers in schools and colleges.  The network strives to achieve it’s aims through delivering classroom workshops, assemblies, whole school initiatives and teacher and parent talks through innovative and creative means.

At The Yoghurt and Juice Network we strongly believe that healthy eating should always be enjoyable, delicious and never a chore. We believe in educating children to allow them to enjoy making healthier choices whilst understanding the benefits to their long term health.

We strongly feel that children should be provided with the best chances possible and understanding the relationship between what they eat and their health outcomes is the perfect place to start.

Scientific understanding is constantly emerging and there’s plenty of current research to suggest that what children eat has an impact on weight management, mental wellbeing, cognitive performance, concentration and behaviour in schools. One study showed significant improvements in cognition and performance outcomes following a lower sugar breakfast compared with a higher sugar breakfast.

The Yoghurt & Juice Network

Jenna Hope

Nutritionist (ANutr), MSc, BSc (Hons)

Jenna is a nutritionist registered with the Association for Nutrition. She’s worked with private clients in her Marylebone clinic, brands, restaurants, universities and corporate clients delivering corporate wellness days. Jenna works closely with the media including: Women’s Health, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan magazine, The Daily Express, Sky News and ITV news.

Jenna is hugely passionate that healthy eating should always be enjoyable and should never be a chore.

Yasmin Muswell

Nutritional Therapist BSc (Hons), DipION, mBANT, CNHC

Yasmin is a BANT registered Nutritionist. She has many years of experience working in health promotion teams within the NHS, delivering to both children and adults. Yasmin works with clients on a one-to-one basis and delivers nutrition workshops within the community and to corporate clients.

Education is at the heart of Yasmin’s practice, as she believes that education is empowerment.