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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

MUINTIR NA TIRE BRINGING HEALTH INFORMATION TO WATERGRASSHILL AND SURROUNDING AREAS.



Watergrasshill Community Care a sub group of the local community council hosted a very informative and entertaining health information seminar and social evening in the beautiful First Fruits Arts Centre last night. They welcomed almost one hundred plus friends and neighbours’ from nearby Carrigtwohill, Glenville, Carrignavar and locals in Watergrasshill to the evening seminar organised by Cork County Federation Muintir na Tíre.
Members of the organising committees who hosted a Food For Mood And Pain health information seminar and social evening in the First Fruits Art Centre, Watergrasshill. From left: Denis O'Flaherty, member; Martin Ryan, treasurer; Joan Cahill, chairperson; Míchéal Reidy, member, and Anne O'Regan, secretary, Watergrasshill Community Care, and Denis Kelly, development officer, and Finbarr Motherway, chairperson health committee, Cork Federation Muintir na Tíre. Pic by Tom Doherty/The Avondhu

Inspirational speaker Siobhan Dalton Nutritional Therapist from Cashel County Tipperary talked on the link between certain foods and inflammatory conditions. She urged people to have a balanced response. She urged them to limit meat and dairy products and to include vegetable sourced proteins such as Lentils, legumes & beans. She said that people should also include fish & eggs in their diet. Siobhan said certain herbs & spices are very useful when one is trying to reduce inflammation such as Turmeric / ginger which are supportive of the stomach lining.  Basil is also beneficial as it lowers cortisol levels. An excellent speaker Siobhan also advised people on how little changes to their lifestyle and nutrition could significantly improve their mood. She finished up by taking a question and answer session and individual consultations with members of the audience.
Nutritionist Siobhán Dalton, far left - who gave a talk about how food affects pain and your mood and how you can learn how to relieve pain and improve your mood by changing you diet - pictured with Watergrasshill twins Margaret Maher and Elizabeth Gardiner at a Food For Mood And Pain health information seminar and social evening in the First Fruits Art Centre, Watergrasshill. The event was organised by Cork County Federation Muintir na Tíre in association with Watergrasshill Community Care. Picture: Tom Doherty/The Avondhu

Joan Cahill of Watergrasshill Community Care Group welcomed everybody to Watergrasshill. She said that they were delighted to host this very important health information seminar. Mr. Finbarr Motherway of Cork County Federation Muintir na Tíre thanked Watergrasshill for hosting the seminar and he said he was most impressed by the facilities in Watergrasshill First Fruits Art Centre.  Finbarr who is Chairman of the organising committee thanked everybody involved in organising the event and he thanked the HSE and especially Mr Brendan Scahill Community Work Department Cork North for all his support. 
Cousins Liz Coleman and Liz Delaney, both from Glanmire, pictured at a Food For Mood And Pain health information seminar and social evening in the First Fruits Art Centre, Watergrasshill, organised by Cork County Federation Muintir na Tíre in association with Watergrasshill Community Care. Picture: Tom Doherty/The Avondhu

The evening continued with supper music and dancing organised locally and a great night was had by all
Local musicians who entertained the large attendance at the Food For Mood And Pain health information seminar and social evening in the First Fruits Art Centre, Watergrasshill. Seated, l-r: Christy Cahill, Watergrasshill; Breeda Buckley, Glenville; Noel Fitzgibbon, Killavullen; Philip Cotter, Mallow; Anne Foley, Ballincollig, and Gerry Costelloe, Glenville. Standing, l-r: Mossie Buckley and Mike Foley, Glenville, Jack Cashman, Glanmire, and Phil O'Donoghue, Kildinan. The event was organised by Cork County Federation Muintir na Tíre in association with Watergrasshill Community Care. Picture: Tom Doherty/The Avondhu



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