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Local woman Yvonne Duffy O’Shaughnessy recently launched her own masticating juicer – Raw Living - onto the Irish market. Mrs Duffy O’Shaughnessy, also known as The Raw Food Coach, has being offering workshops in juice therapy, treating patients through raw food and juicing to heal many illness, lose weight, and gain back the energy they once had, all through the power of juicing.
Health and Herbs is an integrated health clinic and herbal dispensary situated at 9 Sea Road in Galway. It was founded in 1999 by Dr Dilis Clare, the only GP in Ireland who is also qualified in herbal medicine.
Juice therapy is a growing phenomenon that is sweeping the nation, but do you really know what to juice, how much to actually consume, and what juices work best for what? This workshop offers the answers to all the above, you will learn how to juice, what juicer is best for you, and how much and how often you need to have juices in order to heal.
Earlier this month we looked at the health benefits of wheatgrass. We now follow up with some tips on the juicing, storage, and life expectancy of wheatgrass, as well as other commonly asked questions such as whether wheatgrass can be frozen.
IN MARCH Ard Bia Nimmo’s will be hosting organic cookery classes, creative workshops, wine tasting, and a new knitting series.
The winner of the Herbal Essences competition was Mary Coppinger of Colemanstown, Ballinasloe. She receives a Herbal Essences retro fruit juicer, some fresh fruit and samples from the Fruit Fusions range.