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From TheJournal.ie 'It takes over a person's life': How clean eating can go too far Orthorexia

'It takes over a person's life': How clean eating can go too far

The practice involves eating minimally processed foods that provide maximal nutritional benefits.

9 things 'fitstagrammers' do that no one does in real life

Let the madness end

12 things you'll understand if you're a reformed gym phobe

Feel the burn.

Let there be no talk of 'clean eating' on this Pancake Tuesday, the most sacred of all days

Sugar and golden syrup or NOTHING AT ALL.

From TheJournal.ie Clean Eating - The Dirty Truth: 'A movement that seeks to demonise food groups' Column

Clean Eating - The Dirty Truth: 'A movement that seeks to demonise food groups'

Clean eating was a well-intentioned trend but it’s anti-evidence based and it’s far better to eat a normal, balanced diet, writes Ciara Wright.

From TheJournal.ie You told us: Here are your tips for eating more healthily Sponsored

You told us: Here are your tips for eating more healthily

Did your suggestion make the cut?

From TheJournal.ie Here are 6 ways to eat cleaner without trying... too much Sponsored

Here are 6 ways to eat cleaner without trying... too much

Little swaps give big results.

From TheJournal.ie 6 'clean eating' recipes to drool over Sponsored

6 'clean eating' recipes to drool over

It’s not all rabbit food, promise.

From TheJournal.ie Snack attack - how to keep hunger at bay when you're trying to be healthy Sponsored

Snack attack - how to keep hunger at bay when you're trying to be healthy

Step away from the chocolate. Away.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: How healthy are your eating habits? (Be honest) Sponsored This post contains a poll

Poll: How healthy are your eating habits? (Be honest)

Give us your best healthy eating tips…

From TheJournal.ie Kale - and why you should be eating it right now Sponsored

Kale - and why you should be eating it right now

We’ve got tasty recipes for this superfood (although the Irish have always known it’s good stuff).

From TheJournal.ie What's in your food and where does it come from? Sponsored

What's in your food and where does it come from?

Do you check? Do you care?