Nutritional Concepts aims to educate people in the Carlow and Kilkenny areas regarding diet and nutrition based on current scientific evidence. Whether someone requires specific medical advice, weight loss advice, sports nutrition or healthy eating guidelines, each person is dealt with on an individual basis.
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Nutritional Concepts, is a unique private nutrition and dietary consulting service serving the Carlow and Kilkenny areas. It was founded by Sabrina Doyle, a fully qualified nurse and dietitian, to provide the latest diet and nutrition information in a professional, friendly and innovative way. Nutritional Concepts’ mission is to inform in a caring, sensitive and confidential manner, adhering to the highest code of ethics and professional standards of the Irish Nutrition & Dietetic Institute (INDI) for the holistic wellness of all clients.
Sabrina has worked in both the UK and Ireland in a variety of medical settings, including hospital wards, outpatient departments, community clinics, GP practices, with a diverse range of patients and age groups. These opportunities have gained Sabrina a wide range of experience in different medical fields and makes her ideally suited to service the Carlow and Kilkenny areas across the private, business and sports sectors.
Nutritional Concepts’ mission is to inform in a caring, sensitive and confidential manner, adhering to the highest code of ethics and professional standards of the Irish Nutrition & Dietetic Institute (INDI) for the holistic wellness of all clients. Sabrina feels it is a privilege to have a career that allows her to help people and educate them to take better care of their health through the food that they eat.
Nutritional Concepts is committed to educating individual adults and children, sports teams, schools, health professionals and businesses about diet and nutritional issues. We provide a vast range of nutrition and dietary advice on:
To fulfil the needs of both individuals and organisations, Nutritional Concepts was created by Sabrina to offer an extensive range of services in relation to nutrition.
Nutritional Concepts has a keen interest in health promotion and nutrition education talks and presentations to companies at health and wellbeing seminars and consultancy for food companies. A sample of the type of corporate services provided by Nutritional Concepts are summarised as follows:
We post regulary to our blog with lots of nutrition tips and advice, recipes etc.
What students eat and drink in the run up to their exams can affect their performance. Taking the time to eat healthily, get fresh air and exercise are very important preparations for a clear and focused mind during exam time. Nutrition Tips - Breakfast Skipping breakfast can mean loss of recall and concentration both detrimental […]
Posted on 27 May 2013 | 3:00 pm
Plan what you are going to eat for the forthcoming week and write a shopping list. Stick to your shopping list when you are in the supermarket. Take a pen and tick off the items on the list as you go, so that you buy everything you needed and so that you don’t stray from […]
Posted on 29 April 2013 | 5:30 pm
Three ingredients, three steps to make these light pancakes within minutes! Ingredients: 3 eggs 250ml milk 125g plain flour Method: Beat eggs and milk together in large bowl, then beat in flour until batter is smooth. Lightly coat a 20cm frying pan on medium-high heat with cooking spray. Make one pancake at a time by […]
Posted on 25 March 2013 | 3:00 pm
1. Get Moving. Take the stairs instead of the lift, Walk short journeys you have to make, get off the bus a stop early. 2. Start slowly and build up. Don’t try to do too much too soon. Instead, take a gradual approach, and build up your activity routine as you become fit. 3. […]
Posted on 18 February 2013 | 3:00 pm
It’s the Christmas party season again! How can we avoid putting on extra weight while having a great time? The following are some holiday eating tips to help you do just that so that you can still look good and be healthy in January. Don’t go to a party hungry. We often eat faster and […]
Posted on 10 December 2012 | 3:00 pm
The cold and flu season has begun. While there is no way to cure the common cold or the flu, healthy eating during cold and flu season can help prevent you getting sick. Researchers have found positive links between immune function and components in food. Garlic may boost your immune system, increasing resistance to infection […]
Posted on 12 November 2012 | 3:00 pm
While researching for this Halloween blog I came across this recipe for Monster Mouths. They look really good and are also a healthy alternative to sweets and fizzy drinks. Follow this link for the recipe http://www.thecookingphotographer.com/2011/10/monster-mouths.html
Posted on 22 October 2012 | 3:00 pm
What is Glycaemic Index (GI)? Glycaemic Index is a measure of how high your blood sugar gets after eating a food. It was originally designed to help people with diabetes to make better food choices but research has found that it might be useful in helping people to get to and stay at a healthy […]
Posted on 1 October 2012 | 3:00 pm
September is Happy Heart Month. Follow the link below to see the great work that is being done to promote your heart health by the fantastic organisation that is the Irish Heart Foundation. http://www.irishheart.ie/iopen24/irish-heart-month-2012-t-8_201_1068.html
Posted on 10 September 2012 | 3:00 pm
We all know how difficult it can be to come up with different, healthy and fun lunch box ideas – and that is why we end up packing up the same lunches over and over again! Packed lunches, just like any other meal, should have a balance of ingredients to fit in with healthy eating […]
Posted on 20 August 2012 | 3:00 pm
From Carlow, Sabrina graduated from Waterford Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in General Nursing [..]
Good nutrition is essential to perform at your best. It can help to delay fatigue, improve skill and concentration and prevent injury and illness. Good nutrition is essential to help you train, and recover from training and to help you compete and keep on competing. Sabrina is eager to assist your team, or GAA club reach its peak performance.
Nutritional Concepts provides up-to-date scientific based sports nutrition education and advice to suit their specific training needs. Nutritional Concepts can provide up-to-date scientific based sports nutrition education to clubs, teams and coaches, in the Carlow and Kilkenny areas. Advice throughout the season includes; events preparation, training diets, information on sports drinks and hydration.
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