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Home Made Garlic Bread

Wednesday 20th February 2019
BBC Food

This is superior garlic bread. The garlic is roasted until caramelised and then pressed into homemade bread dough before baking. Serve toasted with mozzarella and with a simple coriander and tomato salad. Preparation time over 2 hours Cooking time 30 mins to 1 hour Serves Makes 2 mini-baguettes Dietary Vegetarian Ingredients For the baguette 250g/9oz strong white flour, plus extra for dusting 5g/¼oz salt 5g/¼oz fast action dried yeast 30ml/1fl oz olive…

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Shin Splints: What are they and how to treat them!

Tuesday 19th February 2019
Timo Massage Therapy

What are Shin Splints? 'Shin splints' is often the generic term used for lower leg pain, but when accurately diagnosed, shin splints are known medically as medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS). This condition refers to pain in the shins, the front part…

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7 Surprising Heath Benefits of Garlic

Monday 18th February 2019
NDTV Food

There is something irresistible about the aroma of roasted garlic. It is so captivating with its powerful notes, that it has long been used as a flavour booster in curries, stir-fries, pizza toppings, pastas, meat preparations, dips - you name it! It has the power to instantly liven up any dish and treat some of the most common ailments. While garlic is a common ingredient in every kitchen, in the…

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Sitting for Success: Your Child's Posture in the Classroom

Thursday 14th February 2019
Sarah Lawrence

Of the 1330 hours that children and teenagers spend in school each year, the majority will be spent sitting down in class, whether at a desk or on the floor. Incorrect sitting posture…

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Epic Chocolate and Beetroot Cake

Wednesday 13th February 2019
Jamie Oliver

"This is a fantastic baking recipe to do with kids and let's face it, what kid doesn't love chocolate cake? " Serves 16 Cooks In: 1H 30M plus cooling Difficulty: Not too tricky Ingredients olive oil plain flour , for dusting 300 g good-quality dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids) 250 g raw beetroot 4 large free-range eggs 150 g golden caster sugar 120 g…

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Top 10 Health Benefits of Stretching

Tuesday 12th February 2019
Health Fitness Revolution

Stretching is very important for flexibility, range of motion and injury prevention. Incorporating stretching into your daily workouts is a given but including it in your day routine is just as important to health and body functioning as regular exercise. It relaxes your muscles and increases blood flow and nutrients to your cartilage and muscles. Encourages an optimistic outlook - A buildup of stress causes your muscles to contract, making you feel tense and uneasy. This tension can lead…

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The health benefits of Beetroot

Monday 11th February 2019
BBC Good Food

Whether you roast it whole, blend into a classic soup or drink as juice like the Olympians do - beetroot is low in fat, full of vitamins and minerals and packed with powerful antioxidants - a…

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Back Pain at Work

Thursday 7th February 2019
BCA

Workers experiencing back pain forced to take 12 sick days a year: UK chiropractors urge employers to do more to protect employees' back health New consumer research reveals that a third (33%) of…

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Butternut squash with Persian pistachio pesto, feta and pomegranate seeds

Wednesday 6th February 2019
BBC Food

Preparation time less than 30 mins Cooking time 30 mins to 1 hour Serves Serves 4 Ingredients For the butternut squash 1 large butternut squash, quartered lengthways (skin-on) and seeds removed 4 tbsp olive oil sea…

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8 Incredible Butternut Squash Health & Nutrition Benefits

Monday 4th February 2019
Krissy Brady

If you're tired of eating potatoes all the time (you know, like me), and are on the lookout for a new side dish that's as delish as it is healthy, look no further: Butternut squash is where it's at. The nutrition and health benefits of butternut squash are a plenty, and…

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Recipe Of The Week - Colcannon

Wednesday 30th January 2019

Featuring our delicious veggie of the week, this easy to make dish is perfect as a side with some meat or fish or a meal in itself, enjoy! Preparation time less than 30 mins Cooking time 10 to 30 mins Serves Serves 2 or 4 as a side dish Ingredients 500g/1lb2oz floury potatoes, cooked 250g/9oz cabbage, shredded and lightly steamed 2 tbsp cream…

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Top 10 Health Benefits of Cabbage

Monday 28th January 2019
Health Fitness Revolution

Cabbage is powerful. Ancient healers declared it contained moon power because it grew in the moonlight. Modern nutritional science understands its power comes from its high sulfur and vitamin C content. Either way - it's worth adding this powerfood…

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How to Stop Muscle Cramps

Thursday 24th January 2019
Kayla Itsines

What causes muscle cramps? Whether it is a leg cramp, a cramp in your toe or even a cramp in your abdominals, this feeling can quickly put a stop to any workout! But what actually causes cramps to occur? Muscle cramps happen when your muscle forcibly contracts involuntarily. This can happen…

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Fish Cakes!!

Wednesday 23rd January 2019
BBC Food

These fish cakes are a doddle to make and you can make them from frozen fish and leftover mashed potato. Prep Time 1 - 2hours Cooking Time 10 -30mins Serves Makes 8 - 12 fish cakes Ingredients 450g/1lb potato, chopped into chunks 450g/1lb mixed frozen fish such as cod, haddock, salmon, smoked haddock 2 tbsp chopped fresh parsley 1 free-range egg, beaten vegetable oil, for frying salt and freshly ground black pepper Method 1. Preheat the oven to 190C/170C Fan/Gas 5. 2. For the…

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White Fish and its benefits!

Tuesday 22nd January 2019
Dockside Seafood

White fish such as haddock and monkfish are packed with nutritional benefits and could be a great addition to your diet. Not only is white fish a meal staple that pairs well with a variety of flavours and accompaniments, but it also contains a healthy dose of omega-3 fatty acids. Here are just a few advantages to incorporating white fish into your mealtimes! Rich in Vitamins and Minerals White…

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Our 'Introduction to Weight Management' event is TONIGHT!

Monday 21st January 2019

We are so excited to be hosting our 'Introduction to Weight Management' this evening and look forward to welcoming all our guests with a glass of sparkle later this evening at Randell's.. Don't forget, if you missed out on the chance to be part of this event, there is just about time to still take advantage…

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How to do a Digital Detox

Saturday 19th January 2019
Tess Agnew

The draw of digital According to the latest Ofcom report, we now spend a total of one day a week online. That's more than three hours per day, and twice as long as back in 2011. Our mobile devices make everything - including ourselves - available on demand 24/7. And that can make it hard to…

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NEW location for our 'Introduction to Weight Management' evening

Thursday 17th January 2019

We are delighted to make more spaces available by hosting our 'Introduction to Weight Management' event in Randall's Coffee Shop, directly below the Lightwater Health & Chiropractic Clinic. For your chance to be part of this event, simple register HERE There is also still time to take advantage of the initial 1-2-1 consultation offer: For the fabulous half price offer…

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Recipe of the Week - Sausauge, Kale & Flageolets

Wednesday 16th January 2019
Eat Seasonably

Kale is the new blueberry, which doesn't mean you have to start eating kale ice-cream, but just that due to its amazing vitamin and mineral count it has muscled its way up to the top of the Superfoods chart. Kale has had to tough it out through some pretty bad press (it's true that it's used to feed livestock, but what's wrong with that?), but its moon is definitely in the ascendancy…

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Everything you need to know about..... KALE

Monday 14th January 2019
Discover Great Veg

What is Kale? Kale is a brassica and like its 'Italian' cousin, cavolo nero, it's part of the cabbage family. Kale has dark green, attractive curly leaves, which is where nearly all the nutrients are found. In the last decade kale has become one of the nation's favourite vegetables, loved for both its nutritional profile and its versatility. Most British kale is grown in Lincolnshire, where the rich, moisture-retentive soil suits brassicas particularly well. Read on to find out why kale is…

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