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Diet tips for those with Parkinson’s Disease
2 months ago

Diet tips for those with Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is neurological condition that affects around 8,000 people in Ireland. It is named after Dr James Parkinson, who first identified it in 1817. Parkinson’s disease affects the way …
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What’s in your shopping basket?
3 months ago

What’s in your shopping basket?

Most of us have the same route around the supermarket week after week, filling the shopping basket with the same sort of stuff we know our families will eat. Changing just one …
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The Good Gut Guide
3 months ago

The Good Gut Guide

Grumblings, rumblings, farts and poo. Gut health is not something we usually discuss in polite conversation, so how do you know what is normal, and what is not?

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What has changed in our society to make so many of us fat & sick?
3 months ago

What has changed in our society to make so many of us fat & sick?

Recent headlines have not been great news for our health, and perhaps a sign that our nutrition is out of balance. Type 2 diabetes has increased by 62% since …
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Eggs are not just for Easter
3 months ago

Eggs are not just for Easter

If you were off chocolate for lent, I’m sure you were eagerly anticipating munching your way through at least one chocolate Easter egg at the weekend.Whether chocolate, painted, …
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Is five-a-day really enough?
3 months ago

Is five-a-day really enough?

A HIGHER intake of fruit and vegetables is linked to a reduced risk of diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular disease. We know these foods are good for us, so …
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Not all calories are equal
4 months ago

Not all calories are equal

A third of us underestimate how many calories we work our way through each day. That’s according to a new report from the Office of National Statistics. They reckon that …
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What’s in your lunchbox?
4 months ago

What’s in your lunchbox?

What’s in your lunchbox?

Is your lunchbox packed with good nutrition, or is it the same boring thing week in, week out? Forget soggy sandwiches and limp lettuce, it’s time …
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Get well soon – a flu recovery plan!
4 months ago

Get well soon – a flu recovery plan!

Get well soon – nutrition to make you feel better!

This year’s Australian flu has hit us hard, with friends and family knocked off their feet for at least a …
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2018 food trends
5 months ago

2018 food trends

We are well into 2018 now, with the end of January looming and the scents and sounds of spring in the air. I have been taking a look at some …
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