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little food knowledge. Not that our children are getting that in schools anymore as home economics bit the dust many years ago - along with sewing but don’t get me start- ed because I WILL get on my soap box and give you an earful. A quick sprint round the internet


will tell you which vitamins and minerals are in which fruits and vegetables. Other sites will tell you what each vitamin


is doing to your body and mind. It’s a game of mix and match. Now consider whether you want to


buy your produce in the supermarket or grow your own. Supermarkets are not obliged to tell us what chemicals and sprays have been used during the growth and transport period. This is a worry unless you can afford organic and even then you do not know when the item was harvested, where it was grown or how it got to the point of purchase. If it comes from a pot in your garden you have the answer to all those questions It is not realistic for most people with their busy rich but time poor lives to grow everything to put in a salad or a casserole but you can make a tiny effort with herbs grown


in pots on the window sills and even a small trough outside the backdoor for tomatoes and potatoes. Even courgettes! While you are doing a bit of light garden- ing you may as well look fabulous so I highly recom- mend gardening gloves from Burgon and Ball that look cute and protect your hands. You don’t need dirt under your nails to prove you are growing your own! If there are children in the house this activity is


educational and fun. Eating what they have grown and picked gives an opportunity to see results from labour. Grabbing a bag of crisps off the shelf in the store does not give kids a clue about how easy it is to grow po-


tatoes and other root vegetables. Next step is to cook it with the children helping. Just as in times of yore….. You can use herbs


for beauty as well. If you are eating the right vitamins and minerals you are having a beauty treatment. Good skin, hair, nails and circulation are yours if you make the right choices. Any add-ons like moisturisers and serums will just be the icing on the cake. Happy Trails, Readers, Happy Trails.


DARTMOUTH PHYSIOTHERAPY & SPORTS


INJURIES CLINIC


KEVIN MATTHEWS Treatments and advice for:


MCSP I.I.S.T SRP F.A.Dip


Frozen Shoulder ● Sciatica ● Rotator Cuff Problems ● Sprained Ligaments ● Tendonitis ● Strained Muscles ● Tension ● Scar Tissue ● Overuse injuries ● Stress ● Gait Problems ● Muscle bruising ● Back Problems


Appointments at


Weekdays 6pm - 8 pm at Dartmouth Golf & Country Club 9am - 1 pm Tuesdays & 9am - 5 pm Thursdays at Airheads (formerly The Forces Tavern) Plus home visits available.


07974 399648


2014 Commonwealth Games Physio Member of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, The International Institute


of Sports Therapists and The Health Professions Council HPC No:- PH76151 Official 2012 Olympics &


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