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From crutches to triathlon

I was a county gymnast at 19 when my knee swelled up. I could only walk with crutches. Over the next 20 years I had six operations, took heavy painkillers, and was often bed-ridden with pain. After the sixth operation my consultant said, “No more operations, I’m referring you to the rheumatology clinic.”

‘I ate myself healthy again with CNM and wrote a book’

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My new book Super Nutrition is my life’s work; it outlines the ways I have used nutrition and my passion for food to improve and heal my body and mind.

Which plant-based ‘milk’ is the healthiest?

Consider a number of issues when looking for dairy milk substitutes.

‘Follow your passion’ — could a sign be any more obvious?

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Every College of Naturopathic Medicine student or graduate has a personal story of why he/she decided on this career path. Mine was presented to me in a day of ‘signs’.

'Studying at CNM was the best investment I could have made'

I loved studying at CNM as it showed me the most natural yet powerful way to health — our diet.

I still feel ‘winter grey and bland’. Can anything help me get into a better spring mood?

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Naturopath Elle Fox, a graduate of the College of Naturopathic Medicine, discusses how to boost your mood naturally for spring.

‘What herbal remedies can I use to improve my energy?’

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Herbs that positively affect energy levels are called adaptogens. Adaptogens increase vitality by reducing the energy drain that accompanies intense emotional, mental, or physical exertion. Exertion of any form over a sustained period will deplete us by creating hormonal and sugar imbalances often presenting as fatigue, low mood, poor sleep, or sugar cravings.

‘What herbal remedies can I use to improve my energy?’

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Herbs that positively affect energy levels are called adaptogens. Adaptogens increase vitality by reducing the energy drain that accompanies intense emotional, mental, or physical exertion. Exertion of any form over a sustained period will deplete us by creating hormonal and sugar imbalances often presenting as fatigue, low mood, poor sleep, or sugar cravings.

'I have my own business as a nutritional therapist'

I always had an interest in food and how it can affect our bodies. When I finally decided to take the plunge into the world of nutrition, CNM’s course was ideal for me as I was able to continue working while attending college locally at the weekends.

Training with the College of Naturopathic Medicine for a new career in nutrition

Retraining as a naturopathic nutritional therapist can open the door to a rewarding career helping yourself and others to better health. A diploma course in naturopathic nutrition can be studied part time at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Galway, Dublin, or Cork.

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