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Thursday 14th November 2019

Recipe of the Week: Cauliflower Wellington

Tuesday 12th November 2019
Delicious Magazine

This vegetarian recipe has been developed with a traditional, luxurious beef wellington in mind. The cauliflower is covered in a layer of flavourful, creamy mushroom pâté and gets a grating of cheddar before being wrapped up in a pastry coat that bakes to a golden cheese-topped crust. Serves: 6 Time: HANDS-ON TIME 45 MIN, OVEN TIME 35-40 MIN, PLUS COOLING AND CHILLING Ingredients 1 large cauliflower, leaves removed and stem trimmed flat at the base Olive oil for drizzling 500g block ready-made all butter puff…

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Christmas Gift Vouchers - Available NOW

Saturday 9th November 2019

Come on in to the clinic and purchase a gift voucher for someone special this Christmas. A voucher can be for an amount of your choice or for the value of their favourite treatment. Come on in to the clinic, or if you would rather call us 01276 423434

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Recipe of the Week: Catherine wheel toad-in-the-hole with honey & mustard onions

Tuesday 5th November 2019

Perfect for a cold autumnal evening and inspired by fireworks, this combination of sausage and Yorkshire pudding in a pretty coiled design is sure to be a family hit. PREP: 20 MINS COOK: 40 MINS SERVES: 4 Ingredients 120g plain flour 3 large…

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5 Hidden Benefits of a Good Massage

Thursday 31st October 2019
By Suzanne Kane

Aside from the fact that a good massage makes you feel better, what are some of the other benefits to this practice? As a longtime advocate for massage, I decided to delve into its not-as-well-known aspects to see…

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Recipe of the Week: Pumpkin & Bacon Soup

Tuesday 29th October 2019

The soft, sweet flesh of the Crown Prince pumpkin is perfect for this silky soup, butternut or onion squash are good alternatives PREP: 10 MINS COOK: 1 HR, 10 MINS SERVES: 4 Ingredients 1 tbsp vegetable oil 50g butter 1 onion, finely chopped 150g maple-cured bacon, cut into small pieces ½ Crown Prince pumpkin or onion squash, peeled, deseeded and cut into medium chunks (you need about 500g pumpkin flesh) 1l chicken stock 100ml…

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Just Breathe (Your Way to Better Core Strength!)

Friday 25th October 2019
Chiro One Wellness Centers

Are you a shallow breather? Turns out, most of us are. Shallow breathing can greatly impact your respiratory muscles, create tension in the body, undermine your posture and compromise core stability. It's important to practice deep-breathing exercises frequently to retrain the body. There are also plenty of core-specific exercises and other breathing techniques you can look into as well. Let's take a look at a simple one. How-To: Core Strengthening…

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Recipe of the Week: Autumn Tomato Chutney

Tuesday 22nd October 2019

A good tomato chutney take some beating, and this version is great because it's not too sweet PREP: 40 MINS - 50 MINS COOK: 50 MINS Ingredients 1kg…

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Recipe of the Week: Cherry & Vanilla Custard Tart

Tuesday 15th October 2019
Waitrose

Preparation time:15 minutes Cooking time:1 hour 25 minutes Total time:1 hour 40 minutes Serves: 10 Ingredients Plain flour, for dusting 215g frozen Cooks' Ingredients Pastry sheet, defrosted 4 British Blacktail Free Range Egg yolks 75g caster sugar 250ml double cream 1½ tsp Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Extract 400g can essential Waitrose Black Cherries in Light Syrup, drained Fresh nutmeg, to grate over Method 1. Preheat the oven to 200˚C, gas mark 6. Unroll the pastry sheet and…

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The Importance of Vitamin D

Monday 14th October 2019

Vitamin D has received a lot of attention in recent years and has even overtaken vitamin C as the most popular health supplement. But why is vitamin D so important? What does vitamin D do? Vitamin D helps maintain healthy bones, teeth and muscles by supporting the body in regulating our intake of calcium and phosphorous. It also facilitates a normal immune system. Vitamin D deficiency is associated with an increased susceptibility to infection and autoimmunity. Common signs…

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Beat the Winter Blues with Vitamin D

Thursday 10th October 2019

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), also known as the 'winter blues', is thought to affect around 2 million people in the UK and Ireland and more than 12 million people across Northern Europe. The facts about SAD The precise cause of SAD is not fully understood, but the general consensus is that it is caused by a lack of sunlight, which leads…

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Recipe of the Week: Apple Crumble

Tuesday 8th October 2019

This Apple crumble balances tart Bramley apples with an oat crumble topping that's made extra crunchy by demerara sugar. Preparation time: less than 30 mins Cooking time: 30 mins to 1 hour Serves: 4 Dietary: V Ingredients 1kg/2lb 3½oz Bramley apples pinch sugar, to taste 1 tbsp water or apple juice 100g/3½oz plain flour 75g/2½oz butter 50g/2oz rolled oats 100g/3½oz demerara sugar MethodPreheat the oven to 200C/400F/Gas 6.Wipe the apples and cut them into quarters, then remove the cores and slice each piece in two. Put them into a pan,…

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Lets talk BRAS and the importance of the RIGHT BRA!

Thursday 26th September 2019

This one is for the ladies! When it comes to back pain, most people blame age, inactivity or poor posture as the reason for their discomfort. However, when is the last time you thought about your bra being the problem? Breasts can be a fairly heavy part of the body, due to their composition mostly being made up of fatty tissue. They can put additional stress on the surrounding muscles and joints in the upper body and if not correctly supported it…

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Recipe of the Week: Creamy Pumpkin & Lentil Soup

Tuesday 24th September 2019

Whether you're carving a Halloween pumpkin or have picked up a cheap squash, use the plentiful flesh and seeds in this soup PREP: 15 MINS COOK: 35 MINS EASY SERVES 4 Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil, plus 1 tsp 2 onions, chopped 2…

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Recipe of the Week: Orchard Crumble

Tuesday 17th September 2019

PREP: 30 MINS COOK: 45 MINS - 55 MINS EASY SERVES 5 - 6 Ingredients 400g apple, peeled, cored and cut into small pieces 400g stoned plum, cut into chunky wedges 2 tbsp sugar, any type 300g fig, woody stalks trimmed, quartered 300g blackberry or brambles, washed well cream, custard or ice cream, to…

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International Chocolate Day!

Friday 13th September 2019

Chocolate is one of the world's favourite flavors, possibly THE most loved taste across 7 continents. This magic bean has been consumed by humans from as far back as 1900 BC, and was an integral part of the Aztec and Mayan civilisations and culture. Europeans combined it with milk and…

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Recipe of the Week: Zucchini (Courgette) Slice

Tuesday 10th September 2019

This recipe is ridiculously easy to make, and it's really tasty and versatile too. It's great hot or cold, which means it's perfect for school lunches or afternoon tea.This is a great way to get the kids to eat their vegetables. Veggie? Just remove the Bacon Don't like…

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Your Posture Might Be Affecting Your Digestion

Monday 9th September 2019

Ever finished a sensibly-sized meal and wondered why you feel as though you have eaten an entire hippo? If you're a regular sufferer of bloating or discomfort after eating you have probably already blamed all the usual culprits—poor gluten and…

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Only the pros know this secret golf tip

Sunday 8th September 2019

If you are reading this, I assume you want to find out the secret that all the pros use to improve their game. Keep reading to find out how restrictions in the body can halt your performance and discover the vital game changer most…

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Is Your Sleeping Position Ruining Your Back?

Wednesday 4th September 2019

Sleeping is such an integral part of the human experience that it seems odd to think there is a wrong way to do it. You may climb into bed doze off in your usual cosy position just fine, but comfort doesn't necessarily equal good. Trouble in the lumbar = trouble in the slumber. If you are sleeping in a position which doesn't support your spine, you may be causing yourself unnecessary aches and pains. The spine…

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