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by Klaudia Glowaka, evergreen eyre square
It can be a daily struggle trying to get your toddler to eat their vegetables, and for some a nightmare. Do you know that your toddler (age 1-3) needs up to four portions fruit/veg a day (one portion, is one banana/2tblp cooked veg). Here are some tips to help you meet their four-a-day from Nutritional Therapist and College of Naturopathic Medicine graduate Donna Walsh.
It can be a daily struggle trying to get your toddler to eat vegetables, and for some a nightmare. Do you know that your toddler (age one to three years) needs up to four portions fruit and veg a day (one portion is one banana, or 2tbsp cooked veg).
Breakfast is the meal a lot of people struggle with - whether it is a timing issue for you or you simply do not feel like eating first thing in the morning.
An anti-cancer, health and vitality one-day programme organised by Yvonne Duffy O’Shaughnessy, which is offered in a group setting of approximately 10 people, allows you to learn all you need to know about healing your body so you are fully equipped with the knowledge you need to ensure your diet is rich in the essential vitamins and minerals it needs to heal and, above all, prevent disease.
Spinach and avocado salad
When you go to the shop do you reach for the ‘fruit juice’ or ‘fruit drinks’ every time, because you think they are the healthiest option for your little one? Well, think and reach again, because recent studies in the UK and Ireland have found that almost half of five-year-old children have now got signs of tooth erosion. In fact, tooth erosion is now the most common chronic disease of children aged 5-17 years of age.
Dietitian Heather Miller, who holds clinics in Balla, Castlebar, and Ballindine, this week talks about the most important meal of the day—breakfast.
Age Action is urging Mayo people to cast on their county colours for a great cause. The Big Knit campaign aims to get 80,000 little woolly hats knitted by the public between now and early September.
In business since 1990 Falcon Fruits has gone from strength to strength providing Ballina with the highest quality fruit and veg service. Having recently moved to a bigger premises on Pearse Street to manage the increase in demand, the new premises now boasts a large display of fresh fruit and veg, and with a new smoothies section in store Falcon Fruits has all the bases covered.