first_imgA charity fundraising event is set to show that you can eat clean and still enjoy the party. Chefs at the Eat Pretty Tea Party will serve up a delicious selection of mouthwatering clean and paleo treats with coffee or tea to help raise funds for two Donegal charities, Sands Still Birth and Neonatal Deaths and Pieta House, Suicide and Self Harm Crisis Centre.Organised by Nutritionist Caitriona Feeney, the event is open to the public and takes place on Saturday April 4th at Raw Nutrition Centre, Fit Hub, Mountain Top, Letterkenny at 12.30pm. Kerry O’Donnell from Kerry’s Little Bakery and Ricky Mac Giolla Bháin, head chef at the Stateside American Restaurant, have volunteered their services for the event as well as members of the Fit Hub Gym who regularly bake clean mini-feasts.Expect tasty treats free from wheat, grains, refined sugar and non-processed ingredients.Speaking about the Eat Pretty Tea Party, Caitriona said: “I saw a programme about Pieta House and the work they do and I feel by doing something positive and raising awareness of this service that is available, it might help someone.“Sands charity is set up to help parents and families that suffered the death of an infant, this can be very difficult time for families, and again, this is to help raise awareness that this service is available. “I’d like to invite everyone to this event and let’s raise some fun for these two charities.”Caitriona explained that “eating clean” is the removal of highly processed foods, refined sugars and poor quality grains. She said it also encourages people to look at food labels and notice all the hidden sugars, chemicals and preservatives.She said: “I can understand why some people might thing that it is too difficult or boring. I would advise you to start out slow and make little changes every day.“With the continued rise in diabetes, obesity and cancer it is time we started taking more control over what we eat.“And yes you can have treats, it is not like you can never have a biscuit or a scone ever again it is just that you are not having it every day or every week.” She also said that “eating clean” is for everyone and everyone should give it a go, starting with small steps.“Anyone that suffers with diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), migraines, obesity, autism, ADHD, heartburn, insomnia should definitely consider “eating clean”.“Anyone who wants to improve health or maintain health should try it.”Eat Pretty Tea Party, Saturday April 4th, Raw Nutrition Centre, Fit Hub, Mountain Top, Letterkenny, 12.30pm. Everyone welcome. UNIQUE ‘EAT PRETTY’ TEA PARTY TO HELP LOCAL CHARITIES was last modified: March 12th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:charitydonegaleat prettyPIeta HouseSuicide and Self Harm Crisis CentreTea partylast_img

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