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Weight Watchers — because it works

With springtime comes change. It is not just about the flowers blooming in your garden or spring cleaning your house, this is also the time of year many people focus on shedding winter weight and getting ready for the summer by slimming down.

Are fad diets safe?

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Cure those Christmas excesses: is detox the answer?

New year’s resolutions are always hard to keep, aren’t they? Detox diets are one of the many ways people try to lose weight, after a busy Christmas ‘eating’ season. There are many different detox diets available, each one promising to make you look and feel younger, better, or fitter. These diets can involve a period of fasting for 7-10 days and the avoidance of one or more of the food groups, such as dairy, wheat, or alcohol. Most detox diets are usually very strict and difficult to stick with.

Nutrition guidelines for Women’s Mini Marathon Galway

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Nutrients from good food are scientifically proven to be more beneficial to marathon athletes than the equivalent replicas from supplements. This is often forgotten. On a website dedicated to mini-marathon participants www.WomensMiniMarathonGalway.ie there is a full weekly schedule of what distance competitors should eat.

Live local, support local, shop local - Athlone Chamber

The economic crisis has hit most of the Midlands region pretty hard, and businesses in Athlone have been responding with a whole range of incentives, sales, and providing good value for consumers, working together to bring new business and new visitors to the town.

Supermac’s in Castlebar recognised for quality service

Nominations for this year’s National Q Mark (quality) awards have just been unveiled and sitting top of the line-up is one of Castlebar’s most popular eateries, Supermac’s of Main Street.

Mealtime warfare

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The kitchen table is a battleground for many families. Children often refuse to eat the food their parents have prepared. Worse still, the younger ones delight in messing it up.

Mealtime warfare

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The kitchen table is a battleground for many families. Children often refuse to eat the food their parents have prepared. Worse still, the younger ones delight in messing it up.

Weight and see

Linda Power is a 30-year old mother from Thomastown, Kilkenny. She works locally as a practice manager in a GP’s surgery and like most people juggles work and a busy family life. After having a baby Linda decided that she really wanted to reclaim her ‘pre-baby body’.

Helping children eat healthily

Mention healthy eating and most children will groan. They equate “good” foods with boring, tasteless meals which lack the allure of their favourite treats.

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