Caroline is delighted to be speaking at the Womens Empowerment Summit as a Nutrition, Health and Wellbeing expert. Topics she will cover include key nutritional information to help you look, feel and be your best and how to use your mind to achieve your goals.

Find out more about the event at https://wesummit.ie

At this Health and Wellness event in Akrona Clinic in Dublin, Caroline Mc Donagh will talk about how Nutrition can help with the immune system, weight management, healthy weight loss, skin conditions – beauty from within, stress, vitality, energy and more.

 

Recent radio Interviews on Nutrition, Health and Wellbeing

 

In this radio interview, Caroline Mc Donagh talks about the importance of a healthy, balanced diet and the macronutrients, Protein, Fats and Carbohydrates. She also advises on why we should reduce sugar intake and how to watch out for hidden sugars. With her own clients, she has seen great results when people reduce sugar and follow a balanced diet as mentioned in the interview.

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Caroline included in this radio interview some of the reasons why fruit and vegetables are so important in our diet, what a portion consists of, how to get your minimum of 5 a day and more.

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Eating the right foods can make a big difference in keeping our Immune System strong. In this radio interview, Caroline talks about foods to include to boost the immune system, including foods that contain important nutrients like vitamin C and Zinc. She also gives a recipe for a nourishing hearty delicious soup which hopefully you’ll enjoy.

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This radio interview by Caroline Mc Donagh, Holistic Nutritionist and Lifecoach, covers weight loss, getting into shape and enjoying better health and wellbeing. Caroline included tips on low glyceamic carbohydrates, protein, good fats and the importance of reducing sugar and processed foods. She also spoke about the importance of mindful eating and our mental diet. Research shows that we think between 12,000 and 60,000 thoughts a day and for the average person 80% of those thoughts are negative. As discussed in the interview, it’s vital to take control of our thoughts and practice being in the present moment.

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