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The key to a healthy lifestyle is good nutrition, regular exercise and stress management.
Migrant women from the Imo Region of Nigeria, living in Galway (who have formed the Imo Women’s Association, Galway) are teaming up with local heart and stroke charity Croi and Galway County Council for a free health promotion event on Friday April 10 from 10am to 2pm in the Croi Heart and Stroke Centre, Newcastle Galway
A new weight management programme being run by the heart and stroke charity Croi will feature regular lifestyle screening.
“As much as we want to believe that weight loss and ‘dieting’ is easy, it’s not. And sometimes we need support to direct and help us. It doesn’t happen overnight. It requires planning, effort and motivation. Above all, it requires you to know yourself” says weight management specialist Bernadette Rock who will be in Galway on Monday August 25 to give a free oublic talk on Weight Loss and Weight Management in the Croi Heart & Stroke Centre, Moyola Lane, Newcastle at 7pm.
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.
Health Minister James Reilly last week performed the official launch of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland’s new on-line calorie calculator to help businesses in the food undustry to calculate the calorie contents of their menus.
Galway Food Festival, the annual event celebrating the city as a good food destination, highlighting food provenance, sustainability, and healthy eating, opens today and runs throughout the Easter Weekend.
Galway heart and stroke charity Croí has recently commenced piloting a user-friendly menu labelling system to help customers choose healthy menu options in restaurants.
It might be the last thing you want to think about when you sit down to eat in a restaurant, but smart menu choices can make a big different to your heart health.
Dietitians from the heart and stroke charity Croí have advised people keen to lose weight after the festive season that weight management is not about “good” or “bad” foods; celebrity or crash diets; or sudden and unsustainable weight loss.