April 2020
Helping you EAT, MOVE and THINK your way to better health

Our lives continue to change at a rapid pace as they are affected by Covid-19. We all have questions, yet media reports can seem a little contradictory. Can we/can’t we do this or that? How do I cope with my kids, parents, work and so on. One of the things we are asked most is how can I help myself stay healthy?

This is difficult to answer as each of us has different circumstances. The main thing is to think first about yourself – if you are sick you can't help others – and next is to support your immune system so that if you do come into contact with the virus, you will be better able to fight it off. Here is our check list of how to keep yourself, and your family, as fit and healthy as possible:

1. Eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables to support your immune system.
2. Get out in the sun and absorb some Vitamin D. If you can't get outside, supplementing with Vitamin D3 is helpful. 
3. Exercise a little every day – walk as much as possible or if you are stuck indoors try this at Living Naturally.
4. Avoid crowded places OR even better, just stay home! 
5. Keep busy – set yourself tasks that you have been avoiding like Spring cleaning (also good exercise!); get out the old board games to keep the kids occupied and get everyone learning something new like a language or a hobby. 
6. And last, as our parents used to say, “play nicely with the other kids.” Buy only what you need, help where you can and respect each others personal space.
At the practice ––>

To comply with Government guidelines, the practice is only able to provide limited access for existing patients who need continuing care or people with an emergency. We will be available to give you advice.

Estelle will be monitoring the phone for messages and can be contacted via Facebook and Messenger. Please allow a little time for her to get back to you.
Also, starting this month, we will be posting some regular suggestions and updates on our home page. If you are looking for some extra advice or inspiration, check in and see what we are up to.
Feel free to use our contact form online at any time.
At home –––>
The method for this is easy so it's a good recipe to get the kids involved! You can even swap to gluten free if you would like to.

Super Sultana Scones
Ingredients Method
1 tbs icing sugar
310 gms plain flour
1.5 tbs baking powder
pinch of salt
60 gms sultanas
1 tsp orange zest
250ml milk
30g melted unsalted butter

For a gluten free option, use chestnut flour, GF baking powder, 0.5 tsp xanthan gum and almond milk.

Preheat the oven to 220ºC.
Sift all the dry ingredients into a bowl, add the sultanas and orange zest then stir to combine.
Add the butter and milk and stir with a knife, then knead quickly and lightly until smooth.
Press out on a floured surface until about 3cm thick and use a 5cm round cutter to cut into shapes. Any scraps can be kneaded again and used. Alternatively, cut into 12 equal squares.
Bake for about 10 minutes until the scones are puffed up and golden.
Serve with butter and jam.
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