If your household income has taken a hit recently, our 'Eating Well on a Budget' book is full of information and practical advice, as well as a selection of simple, nutritious recipes to help save you money and time. 

In the book, we challenge some of the myths that often lead us to spend more money than we need to in order to have a healthy and sustainable diet.  The book includes:

  • Advice on reducing food waste

  • Food shopping tips

  • Advice on including meat and fish in your diet in a healthy and sustainable way

  • Meal planning tips and a weekly meal plan example

With a little knowledge and care, cutting back on food spending does not have to compromise on taste or nutrition.

The authors are Dr Laura Wyness and Lynn Burns, Registered Nutritionists with the Association for Nutrition, and Michelle Gavin, a Nutrition Student at the Galway Mayo Institute of Technology. 

A digital PDF of the book is available for £7.50

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'Eating Well for Menopause' is a book to help women navigate the myths and truths of eating well through menopause.  

The book provides a summary of the science, practical diet and lifestyle tips and tailored recipes to support women going through the menopause.  Questions discussed in the book include:

  • How can I best manage my weight during the menopause and maintain muscle?

  • How does the menopause affect my bones and am I at risk of osteoporosis?

  • Is my risk of heart disease much higher after menopause and what foods benefit my heart?

  • Does menopause affect my sleep and can my diet improve it?

  • Can diet lessen the effects that menopause has on emotions and mood?

  • Can my diet prevent menopausal hair loss and my skin becoming dry?

  • Supplements and diets for menopause – do they deliver what they promise?

The authors are Dr Laura Wyness and Lynn Burns, Registered Nutritionists with the Association for Nutrition.​

A digital PDF of the book is available for £7.50


Making life a little easier living with cancer

I collaborated with fellow Registered Nutritionist Lynn Burns to develop this book.  Through our work providing nutrition advice to individuals, we often suggest practical dietary solutions to make eating well easier for people. 


When going through cancer treatment, there may be days where you feel better than others and your appetite and taste preferences may change.  

We wanted to help make things a bit easier for individuals and families going through cancer and so have put together some useful dietary tips and a selection of nutritious dinners, mini-meals, snacks and drinks to inspire you and to give you some new ideas. 

We hope this book will raise funds for Maggie's Centres. These centres provide free practical and emotional support for people living with cancer. 


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