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About Emma Buckley

Emma is the Director of Nutrition and co-founder of GourmetFuel®. She has developed an entire range of health meals and meal plans to compliment healthy living and fuel performance. Emma Buckley B.Sc RNutr, is a Registered Nutritionist with the UKVRN through the Association for Nutrition, from Dublin, Ireland. A UCD graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and Biochemistry a Graduate Certificate in Food, Nutrition and Health and a Higher Diploma in Diet and Nutrition. In almost two decades as a nutritionist she has worked with some of Ireland’s most well known food and health brands. She is an international keynote conference speaker on nutrition and health. She has worked closely with professional and Olympic athletes and coaches covering all track, field and combat sports at the highest levels. Her understanding of how food and the body work together along with a team of gourmet chefs, helps GourmetFuel create a beautiful range of healthy, delicious meals. Emma specialises in weight management, sports nutrition and maternal/postnatal and infant nutrition.
  • CICO Diet by GourmetFuel

The CICO Diet

CICO (Calories In - Calories Out) For me, a healthy life is all about balance.  Balance between work and play, exercise and rest, family and friends.  A healthy lifestyle is underpinned by choosing the right foods to create balance in our diets along with regular exercise. Every mouthful we consume gives

  • Surviving Christmas Parties

Surviving Christmas Parties

10 Christmas Party Survival Tips The Party Season is here….the time of year when it’s so easy to give into excess, with the promise in the back of our minds that we’ll stick to our New Year’s Resolutions to get seriously healthy come January. It’s pretty much a given that

  • Autumn Soups

Autumn Soups

What a Souper-Star!!! I love autumn! Although we’re seeking out the last of the summer heat at the moment, I adore this time of year when it’s harvest time and the leaves are turning brown.  I think of apples, blackberries, conkers, cozy jumpers and long walks in the breeze

  • Sports Fuel

Sports Fuel

Sports Fuel With all that glorious weather out there, it's great to see so many people out playing sport and taking advantage of the long days to get some extra activity in. Whatever sport you play there will be off-season, pre-season and on-season! So, depending on where you’re at in

  • GourmetFuel How it Works

Getting the most from GourmetFuel

We provide customers with just the right amount of healthy and nutritious meals. Not too much or too little! We offer total flexibility and there's a couple of ways for you to shop... 1. A La Carte Shopping Choose your own meals and how many of each you want, from

  • Low carb diet

Is Low Carb better than Low Fat for Summer weight loss?

Every day in GourmetFuel HQ, we get emails and calls about weight loss. Questions like: “Is a low carb diet better than a low fat diet?” “How much weight will I lose?” The answers to these simple questions can be quite complex and are totally subjective to the individual but

  • Importance of Micronutrients

The Importance of Micronutrients for Exercise

Micronutrients are essential nutrients, needed to sustain life but in small quantities and include vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients. Most of us are aware that vitamins and minerals are vital to our health.  A balanced healthy diet should give us all of the micronutrients required, so where possible our main

  • Energy through Nutrition

Do you wish you had more energy?

Every living organism requires energy to maintain life. Every breath, beat of our heart, thought, and movement requires varying amounts of energy. How do we measure energy? Energy is measured in Joules or Kilojoules but normally when we talk about energy from food or how much we

  • Drink Water

Are you drinking too much water?

Probably not!!! Water really is the key to a healthy body.  Being fully hydrated should be your daily goal, so we need to drink water.  Our bodies are two-thirds water.  Our blood is 90% water and our muscles are over 70% water.   The functioning of all our cells and organs depends on adequate