Understanding Health Claims

Understanding Health Benefits

A health claim on a product describes a relationship between the food and health. It means that health benefits may occur when consuming the food or the nutrients within that specific food. For example, consumption of the food may contribute to boosting the body’s defence system or improve bone density. Types of health claims include ‘functional health claims’, ‘risk reduction health claims’ and ‘claims referring to children’s development’. Continue reading “Understanding Health Claims”

Emma Brennan is a qualified Nutritionist and is a registered member of the Association for Nutrition (AFN). Emma attained her qualification in Human Nutrition from Ulster University, Coleraine. Emma has a passion for all things nutrition and health related and her mission is to educate the public about their health and wellbeing through her blogs, videos and nutrition tips online and through the Good4U Nutrition Service provided to schools, sports clubs and businesses.

Beauty From The Inside Out

Beauty Tips from the Inside Out

Let’s face it (excuse the pun!) we all would love flawless skin and hair and beautiful natural nails but we can’t have it all!
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Emma Brennan is a qualified Nutritionist and is a registered member of the Association for Nutrition (AFN). Emma attained her qualification in Human Nutrition from Ulster University, Coleraine. Emma has a passion for all things nutrition and health related and her mission is to educate the public about their health and wellbeing through her blogs, videos and nutrition tips online and through the Good4U Nutrition Service provided to schools, sports clubs and businesses.

The Ketogenic Diet

Ketogenic Diet

Confused about keto? The ketogenic is not just another low-carb diet, the ketogenic diet is extremely controlled and requires attention to each food consumed. It involves a high fat, moderate protein and very low carbohydrate diet. Approximately 70% of total energy per day would come from fat, 25% from protein and 5% from carbohydrate. Continue reading “The Ketogenic Diet”

Emma Brennan is a qualified Nutritionist and is a registered member of the Association for Nutrition (AFN). Emma attained her qualification in Human Nutrition from Ulster University, Coleraine. Emma has a passion for all things nutrition and health related and her mission is to educate the public about their health and wellbeing through her blogs, videos and nutrition tips online and through the Good4U Nutrition Service provided to schools, sports clubs and businesses.

Good4U Myth Busters: Sugar Causes Diabetes?

Sugar

 

Nope. Just nope. This is a big myth which I would like to seriously bust!
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Emma Brennan is a qualified Nutritionist and is a registered member of the Association for Nutrition (AFN). Emma attained her qualification in Human Nutrition from Ulster University, Coleraine. Emma has a passion for all things nutrition and health related and her mission is to educate the public about their health and wellbeing through her blogs, videos and nutrition tips online and through the Good4U Nutrition Service provided to schools, sports clubs and businesses.

Good4U Myth Busters: Gluten Free

Gluten Myth

“Gluten free is a healthier option”, this is something that I hear every week and it seems that we are confused about gluten. Let me help out a little with that confusion. Continue reading “Good4U Myth Busters: Gluten Free”

Emma Brennan is a qualified Nutritionist and is a registered member of the Association for Nutrition (AFN). Emma attained her qualification in Human Nutrition from Ulster University, Coleraine. Emma has a passion for all things nutrition and health related and her mission is to educate the public about their health and wellbeing through her blogs, videos and nutrition tips online and through the Good4U Nutrition Service provided to schools, sports clubs and businesses.

Stay Hydrated for Summer!

Lemonade

Beat The Heat- Stay Hydrated During Summer!
 
It’s no secret that getting your recommended intake of water helps your body function properly, so staying hydrated is essential for your healthy living check list. Though many of us simply assume that we are hydrated enough, it is essential that we make absolutely certain – especially when it’s hot outside. Continue reading “Stay Hydrated for Summer!”

Katie is one of our Good4U bloggers and keeps herself busy updating our Facebook/Twitter/Instagram followers on all the latest news from Good4U. When she’s not glued to her phone she is researching the latest food trends or providing her expert opinion on the latest flavours coming from our product development team…especially when there is some Veggie Protein going around!!

Top 10 Foods To Boost Your Immune System

10 Immune Boosting Foods

‘Tis the season- for colds and sneezin’
As the weather begins to get colder, your immune system is weakened, people are more prone to sore throats and runny noses. The cold and flu season generally begins in September, it can last right through to April and we all usually experience the nasty symptoms at least once during this period.
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Emma Brennan is a qualified Nutritionist and is a registered member of the Association for Nutrition (AFN). Emma attained her qualification in Human Nutrition from Ulster University, Coleraine. Emma has a passion for all things nutrition and health related and her mission is to educate the public about their health and wellbeing through her blogs, videos and nutrition tips online and through the Good4U Nutrition Service provided to schools, sports clubs and businesses.