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‘essential’ amino acid. Bananas, peanuts, turkey, fish, eggs, avocados, carrots, hazelnuts, salmon, rice, oats and baked potatoes are all good sources and can fit into any kind of regime.


If you are attempting to take better care of the inside of your body then carry on the good work with the wrapping on the outside. Can I really go on about body brushing any more? It’s so simple and so effective. For those who are new to this magazine then here is a brief how-to.


Body brushing can be done using an air-dried flannel, which has a rough surface, if you don’t want to invest in a brush. Using your dry flannel or brush start with the soles of the feet then make long sweeping strokes towards the heart. Small circles over the stomach and chest, finishing with strokes on the arms and neck. This is not for the face. If you are using a flannel wash it every other day. The benefits of this short daily treatment are myriad. Circulation is improved bringing with it a more glowing and less congested complexion. Increased oxygen and blood flow enhances the growth of nails and hair. The friction of the rough flannel or the bristles of the brush increases the rate at which skin cells are renewed so you have fresh plump cells making their way more rapidly to the surface giving your skin a younger appearance. The lymphatic system that runs round the body carrying away toxins is also improved.


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Follow this with a short, not too hot shower, (good for your skin and a money saving tactic to boot) and finish with the best moisturiser you can afford. Applying moisturiser to damp skin locks in the water boosting your application.


Always have a good manicure and pedicure, which makes you look well groomed and adds to your confidence factor. Both words mean ‘treatment’ for that area not just the cosmetic enhancement of polishes. No polish is better than chipped polish. Nails that are all the same length are best; so if you break one, file down the others to match, uneven lengths can make you look a bit eccentric in a Howard Hughes kind of way. Hands are always noticed and if you are wearing sandals then so are your feet. I think this could be called putting your best foot forward.


Being the best that you can be does not take a Herculean effort just a little tweaking by taking each part of your life style routine up a notch. Wouldn’t you like to enter a room and not have to think about your appearance because you are always, without fail, well groomed, be able to have an opinion on at least one of the latest world events and that your outfit was an outfit and not a collection of shapeless layers in shades of ‘don’t notice me brown’? Those things are all in your control. It’s not too late to get a ticket for the now or never train. All aboard. Happy Trails, Readers, Happy Trails


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