At the end of the day, what can you do about night eating?

You heard it here first! Nutritionists are human too. Unlike certain TV nutritionists we don’t get up at five am to puree mung beans and like all you normal folks out there, we like things like chocolate and ice-cream...

27/09/2011   by Colman Kelly  

I'll be right over for leftovers!

Thanks to Aileen for her great blog post last week and lots of your comments in reply; we appreciate hearing from you and keep them coming. Like leftovers? To be honest, I've never really considered leftovers as the basis of a recipe, at least ...

22/09/2011   by Colman Kelly  

The power of role modelling

Kids do the funniest things. Especially when they start to mimic those around them. Whether it's their favourite character on television (my 2 and-a-bit year old thinks he is a Fireman), a friend or adult in their lives, children have an ability to ...

18/09/2011   by Colman Kelly  

Why learning about food should be child's play

The blog is back! Sorry for missing the post last week. I was speaking at a conference we hosted on Thursday in Cork called "Salt: Hard to Shake" which launched new salt research and showed we're still eating way too much salt in our diets.

08/09/2011   by Colman Kelly  

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Campaigns, Salt

You will, you will, you will

Are social niceties part of our obesity problem? It’s hard not to giggle to yourself when you think of the sketch from Father Ted where Pauline McLynn, a.k.a. the famous Mrs. Doyle, insists on tea...

02/09/2011   by Deirdre Cosgrove