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It’s March and spring is in the air and we’re all feeling the effects of our over-indulgence over the winter months. With Christmas and comfort eating over January and February, are you struggling to get back into your exercise routine? Feeling sluggish and tired? Why not stimulate your body’s own natural ability to get rid of toxins by embarking on a detoxification programme? This internal spring clean will not only clear out the excesses of the winter months but also the toxins that have built up over months and years of excess.
About two of 100 people have a food allergy, but many more have food intolerances. Food intolerance is an adverse reaction to a particular food or ingredient, which occurs every time the food is eaten. A food allergy is an allergic reaction to the food.
It’s January and we’re all feeling the effects of our over-indulgence at Christmas time - the mince pies, the chocolates, the never ending turkey - so why not stimulate your body’s own natural ability to rid itself of toxins by embarking on a detoxification programme? This internal spring clean will not only clear out the excesses of Christmas but also the toxins that have built up over months and years of excess.
Going to a Christmas party this year or hosting your own and want to keep the weight loss plan on track? Then choose your nibbles carefully this December…
Fish oil is essential for a healthy diet because it contains Omega 3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid that reduce inflammation. Omega 3 fatty acids are primarily found in oily fish such as salmon, fresh tuna, mackerel, herring, sardines, and pilchards. We should eat two portions of fish per week, one of them oily.
Interested in your health and want to improve your diet to lower cholesterol, beat heart disease, and alleviate digestive problems?
Calling all mums-to-be - are you ready for the birth of your baby? Can you ever be ready for that life changing moment when you hold your baby for the first time? Now you can, by optimising your health during pregnancy and improving your physical and emotional well being with a pregnancy and birth workshop.
Confused about ‘good fats’ and ‘bad fats’? Not sure whether to have a boiled egg or not? Are low fat spreads really better than butter?
Athlone-based nutritional consultants Lynda McFarland and Cathriona Hodgins will host a ‘Food for the Brain’ seminar and cookery demo dealing with nutrition and brain function on Wednesday May 26 at 7pm in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel.