Good Food, Great Life is a Lifestyle and Food Journal, which includes an any-year diary and plenty of helpful information on diet and fitness from nutritionist Paula Mee.
Many people spend a lot of time looking at the negatives in their lives, focusing on how they hate being overweight or unfit. However, by taking control and conditioning yourself to concentrate on what you really want , to be back at your old comfortable weight or to feel fit for the first time ever , positive results can be achieved.
What youll discover when you start using your Lifestyle and Food Journal is that youll begin to feel in charge of your eating and exercise habits. Youll feel empowered to take control and be in command of your health and nutrition. What you focus on grows and practice makes permanent when it comes to establishing new habits.
Give yourself time and take the first step now to better health!
|BSc., Dip Dietetics., MSc in Health Sciences., Dip Allergy, M.I.N.D.I.
From Galway, Paula graduated from University College Galway with a BSc in Biochemistry.
She then completed her postgraduate qualifications in Dietetics and a Masters in Health Science in Leeds Metropolitan University.
Paula has recently been awarded a Diploma in Allergy from Southampton University. She has also completed the British Dietetic Association’s Sports Dietitian course. She is a current member and a past president of the Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute.
Paula Mee, Nutrition Consulting was set up in 2004 and offers organisations and industry an extensive range of services in nutrition, product development, and marketing communications.
Prior to this, Paula was the Nutrition Manager for Superquinn. Previously she worked as senior nutritionist in the National Dairy Council. She has also practiced as a dietitian in hospitals in Northern Ireland.
Paula is currently on the board of Consumer Foods in Bord Bia. Paula was one of the presenters of RTE TV’s Health Squad programme and a regular participant on RTE's The Afternoon Show. She makes regular appearances on TV and radio programmes advising on nutrition and health issues.
Angela Phelan’s “Who’s Who in Ireland” recently commented:
“(Paula) now has a national profile from her Health Squad TV series. Down to earth, no nonsense approach to diet and nutrition. Doesn't lecture or hector instead her easy manner makes her advice so much easier to take”
If you are thinking about getting fitter and need something to help keep you motivated, Good Food, Great Life (Veritas Ôé¼16.95) is a great start. Its a lifestyle and food diary that includes an any-year diary and plenty of useful information from nutritionist Paula Mee. With its help, youll feel fitter and more in control in no time!
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