Helping you EAT, MOVE and THINK your way to better health
from Naturally Chiropractic
This month, we say an incredibly fond farewell to Jan Pearson, who has decided it's time to slow her pace. She won't disappear forever though, as she'll still help us out during holiday periods. At the same time we are delighted to bring Rebecca Hollingsworth into the fold. Some of you may have met her last year, but she is now with us three days a week.
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.THINK« The Happiness Project __
Estelle recently read The Happiness Project by American Author, Gretchen Rubin. She says "this book looks at ways to make sustainable change in your life to allow you to find more fun and happiness in the moments of every day. I have to say that it worked for me especially when it comes to daily tasks."
Read Estelle's full review online.
.MOVE« The greatest daily exercise?__
Can you squat? Just think about it... we need to move daily, constantly, to maintain our bodies functionality. And yes, we all get a bit miffed with the idea of having to exercise. Yet squatting is a foundation of human movement — it's an action we perform without thinking about it but we don't always do it as well as we could. Sitting in a chair, on the loo, getting down to reach something from a bottom drawer... when you squat properly you build and strengthen muscles, increase energy levels, burn fat and more. And you can do this just by adding a few repeats every time you perform a daily task.
To read how, head over to Living Naturally
.EAT« Instant Gratification__
Nothing can be better that hot food on cold days so we have added an almost instant curry recipe to inspire you. Quick, easy and very warming!
Ingredients for meat-eaters Options for vegetarians
2 chicken breasts
1 large onion and 1 clove of garlic
2 tablespoons red curry paste
2 small heads broccoli
1 can coconut milk
Coconut oil
Substitute 1 can of chickpeas for chicken Add 100 grams each of mushrooms, courgettes and butternut squash.

Saute the chicken strips, onion slices and chopped garlic in 2 tablespoons of coconut oil for 4-5 minutes. Add the curry paste and stir for a minute then the broccoli, broken into florets. Stir for another minute or two, add the coconut milk and simmer for 5-8 minutes.

Done! Serve with wholegrain brown rice or cauliflower rice.

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