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WFH (working from home) or just being stuck at home, has become a reality for many of us for some time. For some, this change in routine and surroundings has come with the temptation to mindlessly snack and overeat, sometimes even unknowingly.
Eating a healthy diet during pregnancy will help your baby develop and grow and will help keep you fit and well. You don’t need to go on a special diet, but you should follow some basic healthy eating guidelines in order to get the right balance of nutrients that you and your baby need.
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.
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.
Food quality, why we eat the way we do, industrial food practices, and consumption habits will be explored by the acclaimed British food writer, Bee Wilson, in a public talk at NUI Galway next week.
Whether it’s the Monday morning breakfast roll to work or afternoon tea on Sunday with the girls, there has never been more reason or temptation to eat outside of the home. Eating out is here to stay, but how do you experience all of the joy but none of the guilt that eating out has to offer?Here are some tips from the dietitians at Croí Heart & Stroke Charity on eating healthy when out and about.
Suzanne Seery, BSc, PgDip, MSc, MINDI - Lead Dietitian at Croí, the Heart & Stroke Charity
Turning to food for comfort — either consciously or unconsciously — when stressed, anxious, bored, or upset is a long-standing habit that goes back to our very beginnings. Because what were we given when we cried as babies? Milk, from either a bottle or breast.
For many of us Christmas is a challenge; it forces its way into our lives and pretty much turns our routines upside down. Even if you are not directly affected by the festive hiatus, Christmas hits you at every turn with sweets and other 'tasty' offerings for sale, and then the heavily discounted offers post-Christmas.
Cara Cunningham, MINDI, Community Dietitian