Every little helps…..for our planet!

Monday 20th May 2013: The chief executive of Tesco, Philip Clarke is to launch a major campaign against food waste this week. In the UK, it is estimated that the average family wastes nearly £700 a year by throwing out food they do not eat. Which is a lot of money wasted when many families are struggling as it is with the cost of bills sky high. Moreover there’s a much bigger issue for our planet! As the demand for food and the pressure on the world’s natural resources keeps growing. On reflection, how many you cook a little too much then throw away the extras? Buy 3 for 2 offers and not use them before they go off? Impulse buy things you do not really need? Throw away fruit and vegetables that…
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Treat yourself this May to a Wonderful Indian Head Massage

Stress & anger can create tension which shows up as a stiff neck, shoulders, eye strain and can also hair loss. Why not treat yourself this month to a wonderful Indian Head Massage ywhich unknots blockages, calms the spirit and promote relaxation. An Indian Head Massage consists of a relaxing shoulder, neck, head and face massage to leave you feeling invigorated.  Stimulate new hair growth, relax your whole body and release pent up anxiety, increase alertness and boost concentration, and balance the chakras in your body all in one session! All you have to do is sit back and relax.
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Strong Healthy Bones

Without our bones we would all be like jelly!! Our bones serve us many functions. They help us move, provide internal structure, protecting our heart, lungs, and brain from injury. In addition they are also a storehouse for vital minerals that help us live. Bone Mass Bones are actually living; growing tissue and optimum bone mass is usually attained by age 25. Several factors are thought to influence bone mass: gender, age, body frame size, genetics and ethnicity, and those factors that can be modified, such as hormonal status, physical activity levels, smoking and diet. The interaction of these genetic, hormonal, environmental and nutritional factors influences both the development of bone to peak bone mass at maturity and its subsequent loss. Osteoporosis Weak bones break easily, causing terrible pain. One can…
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