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The #TrainWithTommy competition is back and this year Subway stores are giving not one but four lucky sports teams the chance to win a training session with Irish international rugby player Tommy Bowe and €1,000 worth of sports gear for their team.
Growing up Christina Dillon was always involved in sport and fitness, so it is not surprising she has continued her passion for exercise in her chosen career.
Did you know that medical research indicates you have a higher risk of health problems if your waist size is more than 37 inches for a man, or more than 31.5 inches for a woman? Many of us would like to lose a few pounds, but if you are really struggling to lose that stubborn belly fat, the successful 12 week Lose Fat Around The Middle course formulated by the UK’s leading nutritionist, Dr Marilyn Glenville, can help you understand why fat often settles around your middle and what you can do to reverse it and lose it for good.
As proud sponsors of the GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship, McInerney’s SuperValu Loughrea will be hosting an instore nutritional talk on Thursday January 29 at 7pm.
As Irish businesses emerge from the recession they have a myriad of issues on their plates but none is more important than taking care of the person at the helm of the business.
Health and Herbs is an integrated health clinic and herbal dispensary situated at No 9 Sea Road, Galway. It was founded in 1999 by Dr Dilis Clare, who is Ireland’s only GP also qualified in herbal medicine.
A free information evening on skin problems will take place at The Ardilaun hotel on Tuesday July 15 at 7pm.
People are generally more health conscious in the summer, and whether hard at work or soaking up the rays, it is the right time to make the swap to Arrabawn Skim Plus Milk.
Arrabawn Dairies has announced its final winner of the Get Slim with Arrabawn Skim prize.
The IgG weight loss system is a revolutionary way to lose weight using blood analysis. Did you know that despite all your efforts to work out and lose weight, if you are eating foods you are allergic or intolerant to it can make you fat? When an intolerance has developed, for example to wheat, the body will hold onto fluids to protect any potentially vulnerable areas, such as the intestinal tract. This water retention causes puffiness and weight gain.