Hey all! Another week has gone by, and that means another Weekly Roundup!
It has been another very busy week here in IPG HQ! Lots to do and I am grateful to be keeping busy.
I was busy marketing my new clinic locations in Naas Co Kildare and Ashford Wicklow. I am looking forward to taking clients this week in Naas and starting to help people get healthier through food. Nutritional therapy can be useful in a range of conditions such as thyroid issues, diabetes, PCOS, fertility, digestive complaints, energy fluctuations, weight loss and lots more. If you are interesting in booking a nutrition consultation in either of my clinics, please email me on email@example.com I am really excited about getting started!
I also met with Niamh of The Ivy Cookery School in Rathdangan Co Kildare to speak about a Paleo cookery evening we plan to run next month. I am SO excited about it and Niamh's cookery school is really beautiful! The evening will be held on 2nd October and will include an hour long nutrition seminar presented by myself. This will then be followed by a Paleo themed food demonstration and tasting. Niamh aims to cook up some delicious dishes for you all to sample including an easy family favourite recipe and a more elaborate dinner party dish to wow your guests with as well as lots of other ideas. It will be a great evening and will be a chance for like minded people to get together around good food. The cost for the evening will be €40. Don't miss out! Places are limited. Email me on firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place.
I had my weekly meeting with the participants of Resurrection 8 Crossfit box in Celbridge at the weekend. They are all doing fantastic with great results coming from them all. They are a great bunch and have been really enthusiastic so far. Keep up the good work guys!
I also got busy in the kitchen this week and cooked a new recipe for you all for Wholesome Wednesdays. The recipe, which was for Carrot & Ginger muffins was delicious and nourishing and my family really enjoyed them. Try them for yourself! They are a really nice breakfast option or lunch box filler and are full of anti-inflammatory ginger and other yummy ingredients.
Try the recipe here.
In other news I came across this great piece detailing the historical demise of saturated fat in nutritional science and why we should not be afraid of fat. Worth a look. Read it here
I have a really busy week ahead which is great. Until next week Paleo peeps!
Keep It Paleo