Diary – Entry 1 By Alison Curtis Today FM
David’s lunch tips for busy days ahead
Twenty four year old Katie Keyes is mum to April, who was diagnosed with cancer just before her third birthday.
David Gillick has told us his Mammy’s stew is the best. Why not give it a try and be the judge.
Cystic Fibrosis Ireland (CFI) aim to have the largest charity contingent in the 2016 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon by recruiting over 1,000 women to take up the 10km challenge as part of their One in 1,000 Campaign.
Congratulations on making the decision to take part in the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon. Whether it’s your debut or you’re a regular participant the first step is setting a goal and working towards achieving a target.
The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists has been a proud supporter of the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon for a number of years.
David’s advice for food prep and meal planning
Take care of your feet and your feet will take care of you: Sue Conley on a crucial aspect of your training prep
A NOTE for the 2016 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon
The Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon and Get Ireland Walking are working together to encourage schools across Ireland to increase girls fitness levels by training to walk or jog the 10k event which takes place on Monday 6th June.
Craving chocolate, but trying to stay on track? David Gillick’s protein balls are the perfect solution to your problem. Check out the recipe here
Amy Cunningham tells us about her daughter Ellie, and doing the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon for LauraLynn Children’s Hospice.
It's not just for mealtime: the superfood that is coconut oil can be an essential beauty ingredient, too