Welcome to Inside Out Nutrition
Making a better choice about what we eat will help to ensure good health and well being. Our lives today are often hectic and people have less time to think about nutrition. My aim is to give professional nutritional advice to help people achieve long-term lifestyle changes.
Whether you are finding it difficult to maintain a healthy weight or have a medical condition or illness that requires a special diet, through one-to-one consultations, I can focus on nutritional goals that are right for you. My expert advice, support and counselling on nutrition is based on the latest scientific evidence and research and keeping up to date with current practice is essential.
My clinics currently run in Greystones, Co. Wicklow and Stillorgan, Co. Dublin. Consultations in your own home may also be possible.
Struggling to lose weight? Not sure what to try next? How about an individualised diet and lifestyle plan to help achieve gradual but longterm weight loss? Getting the right advice to help you achieve changes for the future is vital.
Diet and lifestyle can have a huge impact on the symptoms experienced. If you would like individualised advice designed to help you manage your symptoms and improve the quality of life in any of the following areas.
Providing healthy nutritious meals for the family when there are different needs for each family member can be a challenge! Your family could benefit from a family session with me on any of the following topics.
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The Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) brought out new guidelines on how much Vitamin D is recommended: a new reference nutrient intake (RNI) of 10mcg (400IU) of vitamin D a day, for everyone in the general population aged 4 years and older an RNI of...read more
Make it easy and practical for yourself to know when you are eating enough When it comes to serving yourself up a portion of pasta or rice, this can get very confusing just because they look so different dry v's cooked. Easy Serving Guides: Pasta or rice (aim for...read more
A hunger scale can be used to rate your hunger levels to determine when you are really hungry, full and just right. Here's how it works: The scale runs from 1 - 10, the lower numbers represent hunger and the higher numbers represent fullness. It is recommended that...read more