Fiona Staunton's Virtual Cooking for Menopause
Ballymaloe trained chef Fiona Staunton chats to Trina Mara about her 6-week virtual cooking course that can help alleviate symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. It starts on April 27th.
The 90 minute sessions will run every Wednesday evening from April 27th with recording options available. The virtual menopause cooking programme is one of many online series run by Fiona’s Food for Life.
Eat for your brain health - Whole grains, omega 3 oils, water and green vegetables
Eat for inflammation & joint stiffness - Quality fats like nuts, seeds & olive oil can reduce inflammation and help our joints
Eat for mood - The gut brain connection is a new and fascinating field of study. Probiotic and prebiotic foods can all help your gut health
Eat for immunity - Spices, prebiotic fibres, zinc, selenium & Vitamin D will help with immunity.
Eat for your heart health - Nuts, legumes, seeds, oily fish and coloured veg can improve cardiac health.
Eating & living for ultimate health for the whole family - A balanced diet of whole foods and focus on the other pillars of health: sleep, exercise, relaxation will help the whole family