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Today (Friday November 9) nutritionist Áine will be providing free one to one nutrition advice by appointment at O'Brien's Doc Morris Pharmacy, Claremorris. To book your free appointment call 094 937 1287.
One in five Irish adults are now thought to be obese, but perhaps more worryingly is the fact that it is now becoming more common in children too.
Do you struggle with access weight, sluggishness, mood swings. Do you find it difficult to concentrate? Have your diet and nutritional needs assessed and optimised by the nutritional team at the ISHSKO Centre, Westport.
Easter may not be over yet, but did you know that all that chocolate could have a lasting impact? Scientists now believe that when we eat fattening foods the memory is stored in our long-term memory; the experience literally sticks in our minds. It is thought that this was an important survival mechanism for early humans so that they could remember where to find energy-rich foods.
1. Variety is the key to a good diet. Every type of food contains its own unique make-up and may be high in some vitamins or minerals while devoid of others. Only by eating a wide selection of foods can you help ensure you receive all the fuel your body needs.
A Nutrition for Kids workshop with nutrition consultant and chef, Lynda McFarland from Athlone Nutrition Clinic, will take place on Tuesday March 13 at 8pm in The Venue, Bastion Street, Athlone.
As spring officially begins this month, it is the perfect time to reassess your dietary habits following the cold winter months. To encourage a healthy lifestyle mindset, Danone Ireland has issued some simple tips on helping to maintain good digestive health for the coming year:
Dietitian Heather Miller who holds clinics in Balla, Castlebar, and Ballindine, this week talks about sports and nutrition.
New year’s resolutions are always hard to keep, aren’t they? Detox diets are one of the many ways people try to lose weight, after a busy Christmas ‘eating’ season. There are many different detox diets available, each one promising to make you look and feel younger, better, or fitter. These diets can involve a period of fasting for 7-10 days and the avoidance of one or more of the food groups, such as dairy, wheat, or alcohol. Most detox diets are usually very strict and difficult to stick with.
It is a New Year and time again to think about embarking on a healthier lifestyle - a long-lasting and ultimately rewarding change that will not only decrease the waistline but also reap many health benefits - and now that NuTron Advanced is back this new healthier you can be a reality.