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Spelling out Christmas

Easy festive health hacks and foodie tips to help you feel amazing during the Christmas celebrations.
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Christmas cheer(s)

It’s the time of year when invitations to drinks parties start flowing, and we get ready to fill our glasses and celebrate Christmas with family, friends and work colleagues. But you don’t need alcohol to find your Christmas spirit…
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Fat: don't fear the F word

Fat has been demonised in our diets for too long. New research is showing that not only is it less dangerous than once thought, it also has nutritional benefits that are essential for our health
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Time for a Nourish Afternoon Tea…

The Nourish Afternoon Tea has been on tour again, touching down at the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School in Cork. Here's what happened, plus info on how to host your own.
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'I want to create a place where you can be respected, looked after, heard and nurtured'

Tackling her own health challenges and those of her family taught Jane Clarke the power of food to comfort and heal – and inspired her to create Nourish by Jane Clarke
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Rest easy: eating for a good night’s sleep

‘If only I could sleep better and get a little relief’ is one of the most frequent comments I hear from my patients. Try these tips to help you nod off and get the rest you need to heal and recover well.
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'I want people to take control of the food they feed their family'

Darina Allen set up the first farmer’s market in Ireland and founded the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School. Her next mission? Transforming the food we cook, eat – and grow – at home
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Bone up on bone broth

I love to have a large mug of Nourish bone broth in the late afternoon. It’s not just that it tastes tangy and savoury; bone broth has lots of nourishing benefits that can be a real boost.
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The Nourish guide to non-dairy milk

There are lots of reasons for deciding to avoid cow’s milk – you might be vegan or have an allergy to the protein or sugar it contains. Fortunately, there are many non-dairy milks available. There are pros and cons to each, so use our Nourish guide to help you choose.
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What to eat when you have cancer: Q&A

Weight loss, reduced appetite and whether you should give up that daily latte – these are just of the issues that concern people when they’re living with cancer. Here are a few answers to help.
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Why everyone needs a summer break…

While most of us look forward to the summer holidays, it can be a particularly hard time for carers as so many services and clubs take a break. 
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'There’s plenty of life to be lived with dementia and I want to play my part'

Nourish speaks to James Ashwell, who helped cared for his mother during her last years living with dementia. That experience led him to found Unforgettable, which connects those affected by dementia with products and services
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