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Strong, healthy hair that is soft to the touch but looks shiny is every woman’s envy. As we age, however, our hair becomes thinner and dull due to hormone changes, diet and decreased cellular reproduction (plus the endless styling and colour we put our crowns of glory through).
One glass of O.J. contains as much as 80 calories. Ciara Foy, a registered nutritional consultant, says juice can cause more harm than good, due to its high sugar content. While many think of it as a good source of vitamins and antioxidants, juice is also a source of something that can wreck havoc on a diet - a high level of sugar.
Oatmeal has loads of health benefits and we’ve got an amazing oatmeal superfood recipe just for you from Toronto-based holistic nutritionist Ciara Foy. This recipe embraces the latest foodie trend—soaked oats. Why are soaked oats so good for you? Soaking oats makes them easier to digest and soaking them overnight means you’ll have a healthy breakfast ready to go first thing..
Registered holistic nutritionist Ciara Foy says that the seed of the fruit does contain high amounts of soluble fibre and anti-oxidants – in amounts higher than any other vegetable. Those can help control your blood sugar or reduce inflammation respectively, she told Global News.
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I recently spoke to registered holistic nutritionist Ciara Foy about the importance of nutrition for healthy hair, skin and nails. Foy was at a Toronto event on behalf of Viviscal Hair Nourishment System, which is a daily supplement to promote hair growth. Ingredients include a combination of marine protein (shark cartilage, oyster), minerals and