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Inside this Winter issue:
The importance of Omega 3’s in the diet.
• Q&A with Jimmy Doherty from Channel 4’s ‘FOOD UNWRAPPED’
• Understanding the nutritional food labels.
• Stop thinking cure and start thinking prevention.
• Meet Motion Nutrition.
• Boosting your immune system with foods.
• Food stories with CNM – natural therapies restored my health
• HOT Healthy PRODUCTS
• Body image and eating habits
• Building your core strength
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Recipes including: Beetroot Soup / Wild Chanterelle soup / Artichoke fritters with dill mayo / Pumpkin, kale and black rice noodles / Rose and pistachio bundt cake / Lemon and ginger cheesecake bites.