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This September, as the children go back to school and everyone settles back into the their familiar routines, many mothers and fathers think about themselves, their health and their weight and fitness levels.
Recent research conducted by Coyne research on behalf of the National Dairy Council shows the factors considered by Irish consumers when choosing a sustainable, healthy diet.
Recent research conducted by Coyne research on behalf of the National Dairy Council shows the factors considered by Irish consumers in Connacht when choosing a sustainable, healthy diet. As food prices continue to soar, it’s not surprising that affordability was top of mind, closely followed by nutrition with the highest number of Generation Z respondents at 67 per cent. Choosing locally produced foods ranked third in the top three factors.
New research for the START campaign has revealed that a fifth (20%) of calorie intake for children aged 2-4 is from foods like biscuits, chocolate, soft drinks, and savoury snacks.
Not only are they colourful and add flavour and texture to our diet, fruit and vegetables are also packed with vitamins, minerals and fibre to help keep us healthy.
Be it meat-free Mondays or the desire to start 2022 off with a diet overhaul, easily adapt and embrace Vegan offerings this year with thanks to Holly White & Frontier Foods.
What about the calories, all that sugar, the sweet, sweet taste. There is no way you can be enjoying your food and seeing results, right?
As the world gradually starts to open back up, we now have the opportunity to eat out in the fantastic restaurants, bars and eateries in our locality.
Scale fluctuations can not only ruin a person’s day but can even end up derailing their diet. But what if I told you that your weight is not the best method for measuring your fat loss progress?
What’s the best way to approach your calories when it comes to fat loss? Are all calories equal? Simply put, yes - how much you eat is the most important factor for fat loss.