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    Reflections on 2020: the Covid stone and other stories…

    What a year it’s been… it already sounds like a cliché; one I’ve repeated as I write the annual catch-up lines on Christmas cards. This year, we all have something in common, and yet very individual experiences of living in a global pandemic. The ‘Covid Stone’ In my work with clients through this year, the […]

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    Eatwise is moving!

    Eatwise is moving to lovely new offices over Christmas, reopening Tuesday, 5th January 2021!You’ll find us next to AIB bank and opposite the Hurler’s Pub in Castletroy at:Glenesk Office/Retail UnitCastletroyCo. LimerickV94NYR0

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    How to stop yo-yo dieting

    So you’re overweight or obese? Wait – no, first of all don’t define yourself by your weight. We need to stop the negative talk around body image and concentrate on what’s really important, our health. Scientifically, we know it’s very hard for most people to maintain weight loss after a diet. We also need to […]

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    Boost your immune system to help protect yourself

    Due to the current COVID19 situation, I am offering one-to-one nutrition consultations by phone or video link click here for more details A few key points for us all to follow…  1. Stick to a good routine – avoid the temptation to stay up late at night if you don’t need to be up as early as […]

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    Taking control in 2020

    What do you want this New Year? As we approach 1st January, take some time to think about yourself, what do you want for yourself in this new year (indeed this new DECADE!) and how can you get there?? If weight or poor diet is an issue for you, if you feel your eating is […]

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    IBS and the Low FODMAP diet

    How do you know if you have IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)? This week’s question is one that crops up a lot… IBS is a term we use for a collection of symptoms including bloating, flatulence, constipation and diarrhea. Often it’s a combination of these at different times. You might suspect a food is causing problems […]

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