Nutritional Therapists of Ireland is the professional association supporting qualified NTs in Ireland.
It is the only Irish association affiliated with the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT), and they share a common code of ethics and practice. All NTOI members are qualified via accredited courses recognised by the Nutritional Therapy Council (NTC), the regulating body for Nutrition.
The NTC mission is to establish, uphold and advance the standards of qualifications, competence and conduct of those who practise Nutritional Therapy.
All NTOI members are trained in clinical practice. They are also fully insured and must comply with NTOI and BANT requirements for continuing professional development.
The Alliance for Natural Health (ANH), based in UK and USA, is a global non-governmental organization helping to positively shape the regulatory and scientific framework affecting natural health, in Europe and beyond.
ANH is active and effective across the world in helping to promote natural and sustainable healthcare through the use of ‘good science and good law’.
As a global alliance with rapidly growing impact, ANH is bringing together scientists, doctors, integrative practitioners, lawyers and consumers, as well as suppliers of food supplements and other health foods, to help nurture the development of sustainable approaches to healthcare.
Maggie Lynch’s cooking classes and workshops provide the inspirational pleasure of wonderful food cooked and presented in a professional yet relaxed setting. At the end of the demonstration you get to sample everything, served with a glass of wine and a friendly chat. Specialised courses include: Whole Foods for Health; Healthy Fast Food for Kids; Gluten-free Cuisine; Cooking for Diabetics; Vegetarian & Vegan Delights; Cooking without Dairy, Sugar, Wheat; Brain Food for Kids; 20-20…20 (Healthy) Meals Prepared in 20 Minutes.
Organics in action – on RTE’s Nationwide March 14, 2011.
Castleruddery Organic Farm in Donard, County Wicklow has been producing a wide range of organically certified vegetables and herbs in the naturally rich foothills of the Wicklow Mountains since 1989.
Hilda and her partner Dominic also import some organic fruit and vegetables to ensure customers can buy organic food all year round. Hilda also qualified as a Nutritional Therapist with IINH. Their produce is available at the Farm Shop in Castleruddery on Thursdays and Fridays and at the Farmers’ Market in Naas on Saturdays. Contact details: Tel. +353 (0)45 404925. Email: [email protected]
A Portal to the Cultivate Centre, Powerdown Community, FEASTA, The Village, GM-Free Ireland, Sustainability and Stop Climate Chaos.
The Novara Centre in Bray was set up as a response to the growing interest in different approaches to well-being. The Novara Centre brings together highly skilled, experienced and qualified practitioners to work as a multi-disciplinary team in a peaceful and convenient setting on the seafront in Bray.
The Hopsack Health Food Store, The Swan Centre, Rathmines is one of Ireland`s longest and best established health stores. IINH students can avail of a 10% discount on health store products. Please show your IINH student card before making a purchase.
The Irish Association of Health Stores. Proudly representing the independent Irish health food retail trade. Located nationwide, IAHS stores have a growing public profile, and are the de facto media porthole for tapping into the Irish wholefood and natural healthcare market.
The Happy Pear is a natural food market in Greystones, Co. Wicklow with an organic and non-organic produce section, a cafe and restaurant, a world-class juice & smoothie bar, and a dried goods section. IINH students can avail of a 5% discount on Happy Pear products. Please show your IINH student card before making a purchase.
Green Earth Organics is a 30 acre mixed organic vegetable farm located just outside of Galway City, Ireland. They create your very own customised fruit and vegetable order and deliver only the freshest organic produce right to your doorstep on a weekly basis. Most of their customers join their box scheme and receive a seasonal box of fruit and veg delivered to them automatically every week. Other customers prefer to shop for exactly what they need online and order from their own shopping list.