Eva Orsmond

Eva Orsmond (born 13 March 1966) is a weight loss expert born in Finland but based in Ireland since moving there in 2000.[1]

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Career[edit]

Orsmond qualified in medicine at Pavia University in 1990, then trained in public health at the Nordiska högskolan för folkhälsovetenskap in Gothenburg.[2]

Orsmond owns four Orsmond Clinics around Ireland, which she set up in 2001.[3] Orsmond has appeared on Off the Rails, The Big Bite, Prime Time, The Late Late Show, Saturday Night Show, Meet the Family, Corrigan Knows Food, Claire Byrne Live, The Nolan Show, The Ray D’arcy Show and was a medical consultant on the RTÉ weight loss show Operation Transformation, [4][5] which she quit in October 2015.[6]

In January 2016 Eva Orsmond presented Sugar Crash an RTÉ documentary about sugar consumption and health issues of Irish people.[7] She has also appeared in The Restaurant.[8] In 2017 she appeared on the first season of the Irish version of Dancing with the Stars.

Views[edit]

  • Orsmond stated that “pregnant women allowing themselves to be overweight is criminal”.[9] These comments drew objections from a number of obesity experts, published in an open letter.[10]
  • Orsmond has said in interviews that there’s nothing wrong with women aspiring to have the body of a Victoria’s Secret model.[11]
  • She revealed in a 2015 interview that she has taken up pole dancing to help keep fit.[12]
  • Orsmond has said that children should be weighed in school to help tackle Ireland’s obesity crisis.[13]
  • She doesn’t believe that a sugar tax would stop people from eating sugar.[14]
  • She believes that Ireland has a major poverty problem (especially in South Dublin) and that measures has to be taken in order to fix it.[15][16]

Personal life[edit]

Dr. Eva is married to Wyatt Orsmond since 1995. They separated in 2016 but are back together since 2017. They have two sons.[17]

References[edit]

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  • ^ Clinics, Orsmond. “Orsmond Clinics”.
  • ^ Clinics, Orsmond. “Orsmond Clinics”.
  • ^ “Dr Eva Orsmond: I say it as it is”. 10 February 2013.
  • ^ “Operation Transformation for Dr Eva Orsmond as she embarks on post-festive diet to shed the pounds – Independent.ie”.
  • ^ “Dr Eva quits Operation Transformation”. 5 October 2013.
  • ^ “Television: A sugar-crash course in how we are poisoning ourselves”.
  • ^ “[Watch] Can Dr. Eva Orsmond’s healthy menu please in The Restaurant?”. Archived from the original on 2016-03-16.
  • ^ “Pregnant women allowing themselves to be overweight is criminal – Dr Eva”. irishexaminer.com. 25 July 2018.
  • ^ “An open letter to Dr Eva Orsmond”. medium.com. 31 July 2018.
  • ^ “It’s okay to aspire to a Victoria Secret body’ Dr Eva says women of today should not settle for ‘normal'”. evoke.ie. 3 December 2014.
  • ^ “You’ll never guess how RTE star Dr Eva’s staying in shape”. evoke.ie. 7 June 2015.
  • ^ “‘It’s time to start weighing kids in school’- Dr Eva Orsmond – Independent.ie”.
  • ^ “Sweet lies, bitter truth… would a tax on sugar work? – Independent.ie”.
  • ^ ent.ie/entertainment/television/tv-news/i-said-to-myself-i-will-never-complain-again-i-had-tears-in-my-eyes-dr-eva-orsmond-shocked-by-child-poverty-filming-rte-doc-36066673.html
  • ^ “Dr Eva Orsmond on filming Ireland’s poverty: ‘Some houses weren’t safe, and there were people screaming and shouting”. www.independent.ie.
  • ^ De-Burca, Demelza (19 September 2016). “TV star Dr Eva Orsmond announces break up of her marriage”.
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