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Winter Wellness - Naturally

The first few weeks of school in September saw our first colds, snotty noses and tummy aches in this family. Similar in your house? Read on for a few easy tips to beat autumn and winter sniffles naturally, reliably and affordably .... Eat a diet rich in fresh, raw foods. Fresh vegetables and fruits and brimming with health promoting ingredients such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids and secondary phytonutrients. An apple a day keeps the doctor away. In order to get your fill of fresh fruit and veg, try to include a fresh salad in your meals once a day this time of year. The salad can include: dark green leaves (spinach, rocket, beet greens), beetroot, tomatoes, cucumber, avocado, nuts and s

Tomatoey goodness: Tomato Champagne Sauce ...

A the Truly Terrific Tomato Festival in Killruddery earlier this month I tasted the lovely Champagne & Tomato Sauce ... read on for the (easy) recipe. If you are keen, listen to Spirit Radio this Tuesday, 20th September, at 11.10am to hear me chat to Wendy about natural protection from colds and flu ... A bit about Alex: "I am a Nutritional Coach practicing in Greystones, Co Wicklow. I have a busy practice helping people find their way to a healthier, happier life." I also am a regular contributor at Spirit Radio (88-94FM) where I appear on The Morning Show with Wendy Grace. Catch me again this Tuesday, 20th September, at 11.10am just after the news for some useful tips to stay well naturall

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