Irish Heart Health will be hosting a full clinic in Reens LIFE Pharmacy College St. on Sat April 30th. Places are limited and you can book by calling 064 66 32630. More information at http://www.irishhearthealth.com.or just call into Reens.
Tralee Wed 30th Horans Health Store Clash.
To Book Call 087 2740788 Limited availability.
Erina is a registered nutritional therapist specialising in cardiovascular health for over seven years, and one of the most experienced practitioners in Ireland in this area.Included is a nutritional consultation and nutritional advice which has proved successful with hundreds of her clients. Book on 087 2740788
Workshop April 9th
“The perfect way to Lose Weight, Gain Energy and Improve your Health”
- Lose fat fast and keep it off
- Slow down the ageing process
- Improve your mood and energy
- Banish cravings
- Prevent and reverse diabetes and heart disease
- Cut your cancer risk
- Seriously improve your health
- Learn intermittent fasting and Low Carb plans.
Learn how to choose and prepare the foods & how to improve your health with nutrition. Understand the benefits of choosing the many healing foods available to us, and much, much more.
COST: €60 DATE: Sat April 9th (10 to 2)
Venue: Milltown Limited Places.
Book Today CALL 087 2740788
Blood Sugar Balancing is a skill,
Learn it for life!
Ardfallon Late night pharmacy in Douglas will be hosting an Irish Heart Health Clinic on Sat Feb 20th. Book direct on 021 4292256.
A visit to your GP once a year for a blood test is a good habit to cultivate, and one of the most important criteria to look at is HbA1c, this is a form of Haemoglobin that is bound to glucose and is used to see how well your blood sugar is controlled over a 2 to 3 month period of time. It is measured routinely in all diabetics.
In my clinics I encourage my clients to get the test done, even if they are not diabetic, and it is often on the high side, this information along with their lipid profile, especially Triglyceride levels and the PulseWave screening gives a bigger picture of where their health is heading.
Now research is showing a link with elevated hbA1c levels and an increased cancer risk, making it perhaps the most important reading on your blood test. Aim to keep it at less than 32 mmol/mol or 5% if you are not diabetic.