Keep Well Campaign - EATING WELL

Learn practical ways to keep your body and bones in good health with registered dietitian, Gillian McConnell B.Sc. (Hons) Dietetics, MINDI from Inside Out Nutrition in this free Zoom Webinar on Friday 7th May 2021 at 11am.

To reserve a place and register for free, please click here.

A recording of this webinar will be available to view through our Facebook page up to 13th May 2021.

This webinar is part of the Waterford Healthy Ireland at your Library initiative. For more information, please go to our website, here.

For more information, please phone 0761 102141 or email

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Eating wellsafefood will implement the next phase of their “START” campaign, focusing on making the most of family time and adding healthy habits. Bord Bia will provide information and resources to support healthy eating this winter. In addition, the network of libraries around the country will facilitate a major initiative in early 2021, to support more people to grow their own food.

Vitamin D advice

Vitamin D advice from the Department of Health for people aged 65 and older

Vitamin D is essential for bone and muscle health in people aged 65 and older. Older people need sufficient Vitamin D all year round for bone and muscle health. A recent Food Safety Authority of Ireland report found that older people do not get sufficient vitamin D from their diet or the effect of sunlight on their skin. The Department of Health recommends that people aged 65 and older take a Vitamin D supplement every day to ensure they get the essential amount of vitamin D they need.

  • Download Vitamin D leaflet from Healthy Ireland
  • For further information on vitamin D visit:

  • Minding your health

    Looking after your physical and mental health is more important that ever now. Healthy eating and getting regular exercise are vital for health.

    Eating a variety of nourishing foods provides the energy (calories) and nutrients that you need to stay healthy. Hot meals and drinks help to keep you warm, so have regular hot drinks and eat at least one hot meal a day if possible. Eating regularly helps keep levels up during winter.

  • Download the Eating Well section from the HSE's "Keeping Well this Winter" booklet