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The key to a healthy lifestyle is good nutrition, regular exercise and stress management.
Migrant women from the Imo Region of Nigeria, living in Galway (who have formed the Imo Women’s Association, Galway) are teaming up with local heart and stroke charity Croi and Galway County Council for a free health promotion event on Friday April 10 from 10am to 2pm in the Croi Heart and Stroke Centre, Newcastle Galway
A guide to healthy shopping will help people understand food labels and make better food choices, according to the local heart and stroke charity Croi.
Celebrity Slim is a nutritionally balanced meal replacement programme designed to help you lose weight and keep it off for good. There is no calorie counting, no points system, and no gimmicks. It is just weight management-pure and simple. The Celebrity Slim meal replacement programme is easy to follow and based on regular snacks and healthy eating. Simply replace two meals each day with delicious Celebrity Slim shakes, soups, or bars, eat one healthy balanced meal each day and snack on a variety of allowable foods in between meals.
More than half the people taking part in an award winning cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention programme run by the heart and stroke charity Croí quit smoking - one of the risk factors for heart disease.
At Curves ladies only gym and health centre, top advice on nutrition as well as exercise is always at your fingertips. Here are some tips:
The Community Nutrition and Dietetic Service of HSE West is advising families with school-going children to take a family approach to healthy living in 2009. This New Year it’s time to make changes to our lifestyle, as how parents behave has a huge impact on their child’s development.
The recession may be bad for your heart - that’s the warning from local heart charity Croí. It says because of the economic downturn people may opt for unhealthy processed foods which are often perceived as cheaper to buy.
The HSE West’s health promotion department is urging older people to make healthy food choices.