WHILE my husband thinks I’m more than a little odd wanting to go and see a heart dissection this Valentine’s Day as part of the NI Science Festival, I think he underestimates how much we benefit from our underlying anatomy.
DO YOU take a daily multivitamin? How do you know if it’s doing you any good? In an age where we can buy cheap multivitamins off the shelf at the supermarket for a few quid, or spend a hefty wadge of cash on more expensive ones from health-food shops and specialist online stores, do you really get what you pay for, or are all multivitamins more or less the same? I think a good quality multi is an investment towards good health but I am cautious about which ones I recommend, as some of them are full of stuff our bodies don’t need, and probably can’t absorb.
Gail Bell asks experts and people in the public eye what keeps them going. This week: Fr Gary Donegan, Passionist priest, formerly of Holy Cross in Ardoyne and now based at Tobar Mhuire retreat, Crossgar