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This year Enniscoe Organic Garden near Crossmolina, one of the oldest in the country, will be celebrating 25 years as a certified organic garden. Certification is carried out annually by the Organic Trust in Ireland.
A research study by the Bord Bia Thinking House has shown that Irish people have increased their daily intake of fruit and vegetables, but their consumption still falls short of healthy eating guidelines.
Being a vegetarian or vegan definitely has its benefits, such as a lowered risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and some cancers.
With National Hormone Week to commence in May, Cleanmarine For Women has announced a number of energy boosting tips to help beat that monthly slump, which can be caused by hormone imbalance.
Crea Biotech, a Galway based seaweed company, was established in 2016. The company extracts high value ingredients from Irish seaweed and has carried out three years of research and development on the health benefits of its supplements.
Christmas usually consists of enjoying lots of food and yummy treats with your family and friends, although it can be hard for those who are restricted to special diets. Evergreen caters for all your needs and has the widest selection of gluten free, dairy free, vegan, vegetarian, organic, Fairtrade, sugar free, yeast free, and nut free snacks available in Ireland. It stocks the most popular ‘free from’ brands such as Green & Blacks, Doves Farm, Kallo, Kelkin, Nakd, and Pulsin’. These can be perfect stocking fillers for all the family and can help ensure everyone will be able to enjoy a treat or two over the festive period.
How your food is grown or raised can have a major impact on your mental and emotional health as well as the environment. Organic foods often have more beneficial nutrients, such as antioxidants, than their conventionally-grown counterparts and people with allergies to foods, chemicals, or preservatives often find their symptoms lessen or go away when they eat only organic foods.
No matter how old you are, a healthy diet is key to a quality life. If we form healthy eating habits when we are young, this not only helps to reduce our chances of developing issues later in life, it also goes a long way towards ensuring we are fit and able to remain active in our senior years.
Busy lifestyles can be difficult on family’s health. Rushing to and from school and work can make it hard to find time to be physically active.
See Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD, the UK’s leading nutritionist specialising in women’s health, in The g Hotel in Galway on Tuesday February 26. and find out why diets do not work, and what does.