We love this summer salad from IHS grads Suzanne and Jessica @thewellnowco that we have made it our recipe of the month. Enjoy! If you’re looking for some salad inspiration while the hot weather is still with us (just about!), this Stripey Mackerel Salad is a total winner It’s bursting with nutrients and flavour and can easily be put together the night before for a healthy work lunch. Mackerel can be replaced with tuna, salmon or any other fish or meat that takes your fancy!
This months IHS favourite comes from Lin Ducker, unit leader and lecturer on our Diploma in Nutritional Therapy.
This month’s IHS favourite comes from new student and award-winning chef Brian McDermott. It's from his amazing new book “Brian McDermott’s Donegal Table”, published by The O’Brien Press and available from all good bookshops. Photograph by A Fox in the Kitchen.
At IHS we like to spoil our guests! And that's exactly what we did last night in Dublin at our Information Evening. Not only did attendees find out about our up and coming courses but they also enjoyed a couple of recipe demos and delicious raw goodies. They were SO good we didn't want you to miss out - so here are the recipes for you to make at home. We particularly recommend the lemon and coconut powerballs - nutritious and delicious. Let us know what you think.
Our latest IHS favourite is a recipe from Health and Wellness Coaching graduate, Grainne Parker.
Our recipe of the month for March brings you a real Meat Free Monday treat courtesy of the Hairy Bikers.
Tomatoes are controversial with the youngest members of the IHS household. Despite years of gentle persuasion, hiding them, passing them off as something else etc etc we are still a tomato-free zone - which takes a number of quick and easy family dinner options off the table!
We are busy people (with fussy toddlers) but we want to feed our family nutritious, delicious food. So, we are always excited when we find a recipe that’s simple, tasty and family friendly. This super versatile recipe from IHS Nutritional Therapy graduate Lisa Hughes (@nourishforlifenutrition) ticks all the boxes - tastes great, kids love it, perfect for a leftovers lunch/brunch! It is also gluten free, vegetarian (if you leave out the salami) and low carb.
Our latest IHS favourite comes from Nutrition and Lifestyle Coaching graduate Sinead Gallagher. For us, eggs are the ultimate weekend brunch food and this Israeli recipe combines eggs with fabulous flavours and loads of antioxidant phytonutrients, so its an absolute winner.
The basis of this recipe was supplied by Joanne Gribbin, our Personalised Sports Nutrition unit leader. However, at the same time, IHS Director Suzanne Laurie had stumbled across and become obsessed with, a very similar one from Deliciously Ella.