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Cara Cunningham, MINDI, Community Dietitian
Sonas Athlone’s catering supervisor, Marie Gaynor, has been shortlisted for the National Nursing Homes Catering Awards. Ms Gaynor is one of three finalists in the Catering and Nutrition Award category.
The key to a healthy lifestyle is good nutrition, regular exercise and stress management.
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.
Santa has his work cut out for him on Christmas Eve with literally billions of presents to deliver to all the good boys and girls around the world. Most houses will leave out a snack to help Santa on his way; but what is the best snack to aid all this hard work?
What’s in a label? The answer nutritionists and dietitians might give is your health, your waistband and the length of your life! Alarming statistics published in May 2014 indicate that a quarter of us are obese while 66% of Irish men and 51% of Irish women are above their recommended weight. Weight loss and health experts - Motivation Weight Management - believe that a contributing factor to the obesity epidemic in this country is a lack of education and confusion surrounding nutritional labels.
We have all heard that much used phrase - ‘everyone is different’ - applied in all kinds of circumstances.
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.
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.