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Free natural health talks

The College of Naturopathic Medicine is hosting an evening of free natural health talks on Thursday September 26 in the Galway Cultural Institute in Salthill. This will be an enjoyable and informative evening for anyone who is interested in the field of nutrition.

Positive career change - nutritional therapy

In recent years there has been a huge increase in awareness of the relationship between nutrition and health. As a result more and more people are seeking the advice of nutritional therapists. A three-year diploma program (part-time) is now being run in Galway.

People overeat on healthier foods

Foods marketed as healthier are seen by consumers as a licence to overeat and may actually lead in time to weight gain, interim results of new Safefood funded research reveals.

Why do people attend a kinesiologist?

People attend a kinesiologist for a number of reasons:

Mayo Food Allergy and Intolerance Testing Centre

What is the difference between food allergy and food intolerance and how do you know if you have either or both? Food/chemical/environmental allergy occurs in response to exposure to a substance which the immune system perceives as a threat. The immune system responds with an over reaction in an attempt to detoxify the offending substance to protect the body. Symptoms tend to be instant and can vary from mild discomfort to anaphylactic and life threatening. Intolerance on the other hand occurs in response to the accumulation of toxins and indigestible food substances which settle in layers on the small intestine wall and accumulate in the organs and tissues of the body. Symptoms tend to be chronic, ongoing and recurring. Intolerance affects a larger number of people than allergy.

Lose weight and feel great with the Body Transformation

Do you want to drop a dress size, reduce your body fat, transform your body and feel great? Then the Body Transformation at Niamh Moffatt Fitness is just for you.

Lose weight and feel great with the Body Transformation

Do you want to drop a dress size, reduce your body fat, transform your body and feel great? Then the Body Transformation at Niamh Moffatt Fitness is just for you.

Mayo Food Allergy and Intolerance Testing Centre

What is the difference between food allergy and food intolerance and how do you know if you have either or both? Food/chemical/environmental allergy occurs in response to exposure to a substance which the immune system perceives as a threat. The immune system responds with an over reaction in an attempt to detoxify the offending substance to protect the body. Symptoms tend to be instant and can vary from mild discomfort to anaphylactic and life threatening. Intolerance on the other hand occurs in response to the accumulation of toxins and indigestible food substances which settle in layers on the small intestine wall and accumulate in the organs and tissues of the body. Symptoms tend to be chronic, ongoing, and recurring. Intolerance affects a larger number of people than allergy.

The state of the nation

In France, there is a distinctive culture of French food that is undeniable, food made with pride, using exquisite ingredients and techniques. There are world renowned culinary schools and regional specialities. To not experience the food, is to not truly experience France. Produce is affordable and accessible. Food is part of French life in a natural way, a country with strong rural traditions and great respect for food from the farm.

Mayo Food Allergy and Intolerance Testing Centre

What is the difference between food allergy and food intolerance and how do you know if you have either or both? Food/chemical/environmental allergy occurs in response to exposure to a substance which the immune system perceives as a threat. The immune system responds with an over reaction in an attempt to detoxify the offending substance to protect the body. Symptoms tend to be instant and can vary from mild discomfort to anaphylactic and life threatening. Intolerance on the other hand occurs in response to the accumulation of toxins and indigestible food substances which settle in layers on the small intestine wall and accumulate in the organs and tissues of the body. Symptoms tend to be chronic, ongoing and recurring. Intolerance affects a larger number of people than allergy.

 

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