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Brain training with a foodie twist

22nd May, 2010

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What you feed it can affect your mood, motivation and mental performance, so why not kick-start sluggish grey matter with the right foods?

Athlone-based nutritional consultants Lynda McFarland and Cathriona Hodgins are hosting a Food for the Brain seminar and cookery demonstration at the Shamrock Lodge hotel in Athlone...

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