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Top 5 Posts by Irish Institute of Nutrition & Health
|2013-11-11||DIGESTION MATTERS In our fast-paced society, it's more than easy to...||14||1||11|
|2013-11-27||Another great and informative article from our lovely Patricia Daly!||17||2||1|
|2013-11-29||Congratulations to our Maggie Lynch : her first day in the new Soul Food...||15||2||0|
|2013-12-12||COMPETITION TIME - to celebrate our new Jan 2014 online Nutrition &...||8||2||1|
|2013-12-13||Interested in our Nutrition & Health Coach online course starting in...||12||0||0|
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|2013-12-19||As the 6th year of the National "JINGO" Nutrition & Geneti...||0|
|2013-10-04||Today I heard that olive leaf extract can be beneficial for those with diabetes or pre-diabetes...||0|