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This time of year many of us make positive lifestyle changes, quitting cigarettes being one of the top New Year’s resolutions. This is brilliant news, as more than 5,200 lives are lost to tobacco related illness each year in Ire land. But many people soon begin to find it hard and abandon their efforts. The highly addictive nature of nicotine is due to its effect on adrenal hormones, blood sugar, and brain chemistry. The good news is there are simple dietary changes that support the body and mind and reduce the unwanted cravings and side-effects.
The CNM natural chef course is a three-part diploma course covering everything you need to know to become a successful natural chef; from how the digestive process works, to building a culinary career. CNM’s natural chef training consists of 420 hours of life-changing education, followed by an internship of 100 additional hours.
High sugar and simple carbohydrate snacks and lunches have a negative impact on a child’s learning and development in school. Try adding the following foods to your children's lunchboxes to support their overall development and help them to stay focused and attentive throughout the day.
The College of Naturopathic Medicine will host a health talk on fermented foods and their benefits for optimal gut health on Saturday, August 19, at 2pm.
Detox diets are popular but can often be extreme and end up doing more harm than good. Improper fasting or diets which cut important food groups may burden an already deficient body.
The College of Naturopathic Medicine is hosting a health talk on the important role nutrition plays on how we age.
By Nutritionist and College of Naturopathic Medicine graduate, Jacqueline Ryan
Every New Year we make resolutions we may or may not keep. “Be healthier. Love my work…” This year, make a real commitment to yourself and your passions.
Said simply, kick beige foods out of your diet. Fruits and vegetables fall into five different colour categories: red, purple/blue, orange, green, and white/brown. Each colour carries its own set of unique disease fighting chemicals called phytochemicals. Each of these distinct colours has antioxidants that protect our cells from oxidative stress, some contain enzymes that can aid us in digesting our foods, and some play a key role in detoxification, helping us to eliminate waste and toxins from our bodies.
Sun holidays should leave us feeling rejuvenated and re-energised, so why do some people return from holidays exhausted and weak?