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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.
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.
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.
Would you like to be in better shape?
Cara Cunningham, MINDI, Community Dietitian
New research from Bord Bia’s insight centre, The Thinking House, has found that a majority of people want guidance on how to eat well.
Food is something we should enjoy without feeling guilty, according to Dr. Marianne Walsh, Nutrition Manager with the National Dairy Council, who has prepared some tips for savouring the festive flavours this season, including a recipe by Chef Brian Mc Dermott to try at home.
Look better and feel great in just nine days with this expertly-devised cleansing programme.
Dr Eva Orsmond is a leading expert in her field and remains Ireland’s sole private medical practitioner exclusively treating overweight and obesity in adults and children.
Most adults experience an average of two to four colds a year whereas children can experience up to nine. And with more than 200 viruses known to cause a cold it is hardly surprising it makes a return year on year.