Welcome to Good Food and Nutrition with Nina Geraghty
Hello and welcome to Good Food and Nutrition, I am Nina Geraghty and I am offering a range of services to organisations and individuals by focusing on improving and promoting general health and well-being through healthy eating. If you are looking to include seasonal foods into your diet, take a look at my Nutrition/Food News page, where I am sharing with you some ideas and suggestions to help you cook and enjoy the slightly more unusual foods. Easy and inspirational ideas on my Recipe for the month page, building on seasonal foods and those a little further afield too.....
I also write a Food and Travel Blog which captures the taste and flavour of Greece you can read this at www.ninageraghty.wordpress.com
With a new year starting it is an ideal time to revisit your own thoughts on the providence of the food you eat, by chosing carefully you will not ony protect the environment but you will also be future proofing your own body by restricting any chemical/pesticide food intakes. So the choice is down to you, hopefully you may decide to try and support your local producers and consider what the seasons are providing, eating in season gives you the best flavours and best nutrients rather than well travelled or cold stored foods.
Above all have fun and enjoy.
It has been a pleaseure to deliver my talks and share my knowledge and passion with some local groups during 2016, these have meant I have been able to support some local good causes from the proceeds from my talks, these have includedStafford and Shropshire Blood Bikes, Gnosall First Responders and also enabled me to provide the Parish Council will funding to buy a gift to all the 85 year olds in our village as part of the Christmas Afternoon Tea celebrations.
BBC Radio Shropshire - Food Programme
Had a great time as the guest on Paul Shuttleworths food programme on Sun 1 November, we tasted and talked food for an hour. We discussed seasonal and local foods and ideas of how to use some more unusual vegetables like swiss chard and celeriac. My love of Greek food got an airing too...
Thank you to all those who came along to my Mediterranean Masterclasses at Ludlow Food Festival. Not only did you have the opportunity to cook but you also created some Greek dishes and you learnt a little more about the nutrition behind the ingredients you used.
2015 I have been talking to Staffordshire County WI and I am pleased to say I am now bookable through their speakers book, so if you missed my Eating the Mediterranean Way cookery talks and demonstrations which I did during the Spring this is your chance to book one of them for your group.
For Groups and Organisations
I offer talks on general food and nutrition topics and have the expertise to tailor them to address more specific dietary needs. A range of already tried and tested subjects are available as a starting point for our discussion. I have the knowledge to deliver Food and Nutrition Topics which will interest your group, be it aimed at a particular age range, lifestyle, dietary requirements or just to give some basic nutritional advice about healthy eating or delivering a menu makeover session. Contact me for more information and we can discuss a range of talks to suit your group's interests.
come and learn a little more about the nutrition behind the food
Dietary analysis is available, I provide information regarding healthy dietary choices which enables you to tailor your meals to suit your lifestyle rather than trying to follow an impossible diet. For those living in and around the Stafford, Stone, Eccleshall, Gnosall,Telford and Newport areas this is offered during a face to face consultation. Contact me first for a free short discussion.,
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