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Photo food diary: Foods for a healthy body & mind

Written by: Sinéad Gormley

Hello again to all of my lovely readers! We’re currently having an unexpected heatwave in Ireland, and as you’ll see, a lot of my meals/snacks have been eaten outside. Safe amounts of sunshine are great for your skin and health, not to mention your mental health, so when I see the sun shining I like to get outside whenever I can.

This photo food diary is a simple and fun way for me to show you what I’ve been eating, and will hopefully give you some ideas for healthy bites, should you need some inspiration! This food diary is based on what I ate yesterday. (more…)

Healthy Turkey Chilli

Written by: Sinéad Gormley

Turkey chilli is one dish I always go back to when I want some real (healthy!) comfort food. It’s
packed full of great ingredients that you will reap amazing health benefits from. If you’re not the
biggest fan of vegetables, then this is an ideal way to eat them, as the flavours in this dish make
everything taste so good. (I’ve tested this on my boyfriend, who isn’t too keen on vegetables, but
adores this dish!). (more…)

Food for Beautiful Skin: Delicious Gluten-free Bread

Written by: Sinéad Gormley

For some people, consuming gluten can trigger skin problems such as acne or psoriasis, or it can make these existing conditions worse. I find that when I reduce my gluten intake, the condition of my skin is at it’s best. (more…)

Green Tea Skin Care


Written by: Kofi Dwinfour

Many nutritionists across the world recommend drinking green tea daily. The health benefits of green tea are huge and well established. It can be drunk warm or cold – although many believe its benefits are far greater when drunk warm. Here are some of the proven ways that green tea benefits health: (more…)


(Richard of York Gave Battle In Vain)

If you really are what you eat, then my New Year’s Resolution is to become a Rainbow.

We are all being actively encouraged to eat more fruit and veg. Although the current recommended daily intake is five a day, many nutritionists insist this is nowhere near enough and we really should be aiming for at least 10 a day! A daunting prospect for some (particularly for those of you with fussy little eaters!). In an ideal world this should be 5/10 differently coloured fruit and veg to gain the most benefit from all that Mother Nature has seen fit to provide us with. (more…)

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