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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…

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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…

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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…

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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 switch off. With stats like that, it's no surprise that digital wellbeing is a hot topic right now and the tech and social media giants…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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New Year Resolutions?

Thursday 10th January 2019
British Chiropractic Assocation

Has the festive period taken its toll and you are starting 2019 determined to be fitter and healthier? January often sees a surge in gym membership with people wanting to loose some unwanted weight or fulfilling a new year resolution to live a healthier lifestyle. It's great to want to get moving so here is some advice from the…

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Recipe of the Week - Waldorf Slaw

Wednesday 9th January 2019
BBC Good Food

A wholesome, wintery salad that makes the perfect side dish to ham or a pork pie!! Prep: 15mins Serves: 6 - 8 Ingredients 1 small white cabbage, shredded 4 sticks celery, sliced 2 green apples, peeled and diced handful grapes, halved 6 tbsp light mayonnaise 1 tbsp white wine vinegar 50g walnuts, roughly chopped Method In a large bowl, combine the…

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Get the results you want with our Weight Management Consultant…

Monday 7th January 2019

When did eating become so frustrating and complicated? Our Weight Management expert Natalie Capaldi would be delighted to work with you to achieve the results that you want. Natalie believes health and well-being are an integral part of weight-management and promotes sustainability by incorporating each client's tastes, abilities and lifestyle into every individual diet plan. This level of personalisation and support is statistically the greatest predictor of long-term…

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The Health Benefits of Apples

Monday 7th January 2019
BBC Good Food - Nicola Shubrook

Cheap and readily available in the UK, apples come in an array of colours depending on the variety (of which there are around 2,000) from pale yellows and greens through to deep reds. Their…

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Weight Loss Uncovered; Debunking the Diet Industry

Saturday 5th January 2019

Join us for a complimentary introductory talk on Monday 21st January at 8pm and find out how our Weight Management expert Natalie Capaldi can get you on the right path to a healthier new you in 2019. During this introduction to Weight Loss Uncovered, Natalie will cover off such topics as: • How so many diet plans do more harm than good. • Why you need to start making your own food rules. • How…

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How Natalie can help YOU......

Wednesday 2nd January 2019

Natalie's weight-management sessions are ideally suited to those who appreciate discretion and professional expertise. If you feel you have tried everything and are disillusioned by the mainstream diet industry, then this is the program to find a more effective and enjoyable path to good health. Re-kindling a guilt-free passion of food takes centre stage in her tailored 'design your diet'…

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Recipe of the Week - BLTA Chicken Lettuce Wrap

Thursday 27th December 2018
Yummly

Lettuce wraps: low-carb, keto, gluten-free and delicious. Lettuce wraps (or lettuce cups) have a lot going for them: Fresh, filling and easy to prepare, they're a great party food and a perfect fit for many specialized diets. With some attention to the ingredients you put in, they are keto, low-carb, and gluten-free. For a weeknight meal, this dinner recipe is hard to beat.…

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8 Impressive Benefits of Lettuce

Thursday 27th December 2018
Kiran Patil

The health benefits of lettuce include lower cholesterol levels, prevention of cancer, protection of neurons, regular sleep, anxiety control, lower inflammation, and a constant supply of antioxidants. Lettuce Nutrition Facts Lettuce contains moisture, energy, protein, fat, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and sugars. The minerals and vitamins found in it include calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and zinc along with vitamins like thiamin, riboflavin,…

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Are you suffering with Party / Shopping Feet?

Thursday 20th December 2018
Yvonne Morris

Party Feet? Shopped Out Feet? AKA Plantar Fasciitis! Here's a few tips to relieve symptoms and help you keep with the Christmas Festivities. Fascia, stretches from heel to toe and can become inflamed due to being on your feet for prolonged periods in unsupportive footwear. So while you are trudging around the shops dancing the night away in those sparkly high heels (ladies!) take some time to love your feet. Reflexologist Zoe will help soothe…

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Recipe of the Week - Caramelised Mushroom Tartlets

Thursday 20th December 2018
BBC Good Food - Orlando Murrin

Try these super-clever caramelised mushroom tartlets on those occasions when you're entertaining and need an exciting canapé, but could do without the faff Prep - 10mins Cook - 20mins Ingredients 2 tbsp olive…

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Health Benefits of Mushrooms

Thursday 20th December 2018
BBC Good Food - Nicola Shubrook

What's the best way to cook mushrooms? How do you store them to make them last longer and why are they…

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The Top 5 Winter Foot Problems & What to Do about Them

Tuesday 18th December 2018
Insitute for Prevntive Foot Health

Winter sports can be exhilarating, whether you're sledding downhill, skiing or simply walking through the snow. To get the most out of winter activities, you'll want to guard against these…

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New Years Resolutions

Thursday 13th December 2018
Mental Health Foundation

Things like healthy eating, regular exercise and giving up smoking can have a real positive impact on our mental and physical health and are central to many people's New Year's resolutions. Every year millions of people make resolutions yet almost 80% of us fail to achieve them. Most of us strive for unrealistic…

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