...and welcome to the Naturally Chiropractic January newsletter
2015 – and it's a whole new world!
Perhaps we should say a whole new computer system. As some of you know, we have been transferring all our files and records across to a specialist, secure online chiropractic system. It has been quite a job, but over the last few months, our entire team has managed to get to grips with it and we are starting to see the benefits.
Thank you for your patience so far – and please bear with us as we continue to fine-tune the system. It will mean quicker access to your records, easier appointment systems and even some helpful touches like SMS appointment reminders. And as time goes on, we will be moving even more of our systems online, including forms and in-practice check-in.
Toys for Adjustment!
Our 9th Annual Toys for Adjustment Day was a resounding success as ever! Everyone here at Naturally Chiropractic can only applaud your kindness and generosity. The Salvation Army was delighted and toys will be distributed to families around North Tyneside just before Christmas. We also collected a great range of non-perishable foods for the Whitley Bay Food Bank.

We would be very interested in your feedback on these charity drives. Please click this link and answer a few short questions... no effort required, just a few buttons to click.

Thank you!
A whole new diet

The party season is over and our thoughts are heading towards all those dietary resolutions that are so hard to keep. Especially as it's cold and we want comfort food.

So... one of our favourite recipes coming up. This is simplicity itself and it is
truly delicious.

Slow roasted pulled pork

Main ingredients...
4 large apples
1
pork tenderloin
2 teaspoons of grainy mustard
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
1 tbs honey
To serve…
1/2 cauliflower
1 large parsnip,
1 onion chopped
1 clove of garlic

Quarter, core and roughly chop the apples (no need to peel) and put them in the bottom of a slow cooker. Place the pork tenderloin on top, sprinkle with the cinnamon and drizzle with honey. Leave on a low heat for 4-6 hours. If you don't have a slow cooker, use a deep casserole dish and bake on 160ºC for 3 hours, checking occasionally. Pull the meat apart with two forks when done, add the mustard and mix.

Serve on top of a pile of cauliflower mash: steam the veg, mash thoroughly with some olive oil. You can also wilt some spinach and mix it through the cauliflower mash…..perfect comfort food!

Special thanks to Una Miller for the photo of Estelle and Susan
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