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With the change in season it is a good time to be thinking about boosting your immunity. Vulnerable people such as children and the elderly, people with low immunity and other susceptible people including asthmatics or people with chronic sinusitis and chronic obstructive airway diseases (COAD) need to pay particular attention to their immunity.
Food is something we should enjoy without feeling guilty, according to Dr. Marianne Walsh, Nutrition Manager with the National Dairy Council, who has prepared some tips for savouring the festive flavours this season, including a recipe by Chef Brian Mc Dermott to try at home.
In January many of us make positive lifestyle changes, with quitting cigarettes being one of the top New Year’s resolutions. This is brilliant news with more than 5,200 lives lost to tobacco related illness each year in Ireland. We are now over halfway through the year, have you still stuck to your resolution or have you, like many, found the temptation too hard and abandoned your efforts?
The key to a healthy lifestyle is good nutrition, regular exercise and stress management.
As proud sponsors of the GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship, McInerney’s SuperValu Loughrea will be hosting an instore nutritional talk on Thursday January 29 at 7pm.
A new six-week weight loss programme at the Connacht Nutrition and Dietetic Clinic, a dietitian clinic located at Unit 14C, N5 Business Park, Castlebar, has proved to be extremely successful.
We have all heard that much used phrase - ‘everyone is different’ - applied in all kinds of circumstances.
People are generally more health conscious in the summer, and whether hard at work or soaking up the rays, it is the right time to make the swap to Arrabawn Skim Plus Milk.
People can learn how to cook healthily while raising vital funds for a local heart and stroke charity at an event being organised in Barna on Monday night.
You know that feeling when you’re hungry: you get narky and irritable, your mood is low, and it’s hard to concentrate - that’s because your brain is particularly sensitive to food and nutrients. This is no way to be if you are trying to study. As the Leaving Certificate looms, it is important to treat your brain with care - a well-hydrated, well-fed brain will deliver when you try to retrieve some of the knowledge you’ve crammed in there.