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Acai Berry Chia Seed Pudding

Not only is this a super quick dessert to throw together, but it also packs a huge Omega-3 and antioxidant punch! The Omega-3 family includes polyunsaturated essential fatty acids that we need to get from our diet as our bodies cannot produce them. They are used in our body for cell membrane building and repairing so without enough of them, our cell structures can start to degenerate! There are also a lot more areas of the body EFAs help with as shown below:

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Why 10-is-the-new-5

Did you know you can improve your health by eating more? Sounds good, doesn’t it? These statistics on increasing your fruit & veg intake to 10-a-day are absolutely amazing! So why not give it a go?

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Devilish Eggs- An Easter Tradition

For as long as I can remember, Easter to me wasn't just about the candy and the sweets - it was about dyeing and colouring the eggs. My mother would boil a dozen eggs for each of us, let them cool and then we would spend our afternoon 'dyeing'. I shared my American childhood tradition with my twins and every Easter we continue to do the same.

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Spinal Therapy: Sussex Bed Centre teams up with Christian Bates

Sleep science for your spine: Bed retailer teams up with osteopath to help customers’ health Science has been weaved into the fabric of a bed retailer’s new mattress range after it struck up a pioneering partnership with a neighbouring osteopath. Sussex Beds, a family-run firm with seven branches across the county, has launched its new Spinal Therapy range of mattresses - which was designed with input from experienced osteopath Christian Bates - to help its customers maintain good back health.

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Here's the skinny on FATS

The subject of fats still causes massive confusion. People are unsure whether to avoid or include fats in their diet, and if they should include them, which ones are the right ones; and how much should they eat? And then there’s the subject of cholesterol … and what about trans fats? And soon enough, it seems like the easiest thing to do is avoid them altogether. Sound familiar?

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