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HEALTH & BEAUTY REGISTERED


CHIROPODIST PODIATRIST Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)


Cathy McDonnell Tel: 01803 839 562


on the day is sad, but if you must, don’t broadcast it and spoil other’s enjoyment. It is as easy to not put on weight over the holiday season, as it is to pile it on. If you remember the article on chewing your food prop-


erly before swallowing then you will remember that saliva is vital for kick-starting the breakdown of food before it begins its journey through your digestive tract. Also there are en- zymes secreted from under the tongue that break down fat, so don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity for super effective digestion by throwing food down like an American football player getting ready for the Super Bowl. Two things you can do to start preparing for the season of being jolly are; 1. Take milk thistle once a day. This is a fantastic natural supplement available in all chemists and the larger supermar- kets. The milk thistle is part of the daisy family and its seeds have been used for many years to treat chronic liver disease and inflammation of the liver. Your liver will be working over- time to process alcohol and fats so milk thistle’s other benefit of promoting regeneration and repair of the liver cells will be very welcome. Finally this wonderful herb acts as a tonic to lessen the stressful condition of the body and as we all know, stress is a word that goes with Christmas, no matter how much pre-planning and freezer-filling you do. 2. Stock up on artichoke extract. It helps alleviate the ef-


fects of rich and fatty foods by breaking down the fat, settling nausea and bloating. This wonderful supplement also slows digestion, controls blood sugar and therefore balances your energy levels after drinking. Alcohol’s main ingredient is sugar, in case you were pretending not to know. So with your supplements to hand on your nightstand - so there is no excuse not to take them - start now, not two days before christmas Eve, to get the maximum benefit from their wonderful properties. If you can allow a few hours between eating and going to bed and if you can stagger around the block or have a quick bop around the sitting room then this will stimulate your digestion so you don’t sleep with the feel- ing of a lead weight in your stomach. Finally round off your evening with a cup of camomile tea. it has an anti-inflamma- tory effect on the stomach and is a mild sedative so if you are a bit over-excited after opening some fabulous presents this will calm you down. Happy Trails, Readers, Happy


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