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Do you eat Chips?

If chips is part of your regular menu , especially of your children`s, you must know the damages it may cause you During the frying process of the chips a chemical called acrylamide is being released. Acrylamide has been detected in a range of foods including fried or roasted potatoes,cereal based products, biscuits, crackers, toasts,..

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Is Stress Wiping You Out?

Stressed Out and Overworked? No-one is a stranger to stress. A little stress is healthy; it challenges you and makes you stronger. The body’s stress response is designed to help you survive stressful situations. Historically, stress looked a bit different, particularly if you were a caveman confronted with a sabre-toothed tiger! In our busy, modern..

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Flourless chocolate cake, just in time for Passover!!

On April 3rd, 2017, posted in: Blog, Recipes by 0 Comment

Passover is just around the corner, and many of you are probably looking for new recipes to try. Here is one of Genya’s delicious flourless chocolate cakes!! It won’t disappoint!!  Enjoy Preheat oven to 180 degrees Use spring tin 23cm, greased Ingredients 6 eggs , 4 separated 175 g sugar 125g butter 250 g dark..

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Shakin’ it in 2017

For some people their New Year’s resolution to lose the ‘spare tyre’ and improve their health may not have gotten off the ground yet. If this is you, you can get support for your journey to a healthier you by following the Shake It Practitioner Weight Management Program! Low Carb = High Life! Shake It..

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Workstation Setup

Well we are well and truly into the working year so itʼs the right time to get your workstation looked at. We have already seen the effects of poor workstation ergonomics on our patients health and wellbeing. This article will outline some tips that may help to take the stress out of your neck and..

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Hamstrung: The Hamstring Injury Journey

Last weekend, two of our practitioners, Daniella (Osteopath) and Shanee (physiotherapist), were lucky enough to attend this conference, discussing all the latest research into hamstring injury, reducing risk of injury, and management. It was a really interesting day, and so we thought we would share some of the key points with you all. Hamstring is..

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What is Dry Needling?

Dry Needling is another tool we use to help us achieve the results we like to help our patients recover from their certain issues. Like massage, joint manipulation or stretching it can be part of your treatment if your practitioner thinks it well benefit you. Dry Needling involves the use of acupunture needles inserted into..

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Is anxiety getting the better of you?

The Anxiety Monster Feeling occasionally anxious is a normal response to modern life. However, for some people their anxiety is like a little monster living inside, who stirs up uncomfortable feelings when faced with simple everyday situations. If you or someone you know avoids social gatherings, work meetings or confrontations, due to anxiety, then don’t..

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Are you sick of being sick?

Are you sick of being sick? Disease causing viruses or bacteria can enter your body simply by breathing or eating! Fortunately, only a few of these, particularly viral, ‘pathogens’ result in a cold or flu because you are equipped with an immune system specifically designed to fight off unwanted invaders. That said, are you one..

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The Difference Between Sadness and Depression

On May 10th, 2016, posted in: Blog, Counselling by 0 Comment

Sadness is a normal human emotion. We’ve all experienced it and we all will again. Sadness is usually triggered by a difficult, hurtful, challenging, or disappointing event, experience, or situation. In other words, we tend to feel sad about something. This also means that when that something changes, when our emotional hurt fades, when we’ve adjusted or..

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