5 THINGS TO DO

in December

5 THINGS TO DO

in December

The air is getting crisper, and it is time to make the most of what the autumn season has to offer. Curl up and take note. Here’s what we recommend to keep you healthy during September.

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THINGS TO DO

IN SEPTEMBER

by Valentina Deva Ray

The air is getting crisper, and it is time to make the most of what the autumn season has to offer. Curl up and take note. Here’s what we recommend to keep you healthy during September.

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THINGS TO DO

IN SEPTEMBER

by Valentina Deva Ray

The air is getting crisper, and it is time to make the most of what the autumn season has to offer. Curl up and take note. Here’s what we recommend to keep you healthy during September.

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WRAP UP WARM

Keep warm, especially the head, the ankles and feet. Woolly pull-on, fedora or cap – warm colourful socks or ankle warmers. All these help the circulation and immune system to keep in good condition and avoid colds and flu. This way we don’t allow the cold to invade our system, it’s common sense.

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WRAP UP WARM

Keep warm, especially the head, the ankles and feet. Woolly pull-on, fedora or cap – warm colourful socks or ankle warmers. All these help the circulation and immune system to keep in good condition and avoid colds and flu. This way we don’t allow the cold to invade our system, it’s common sense.

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SLOW COOKING

Create in the kitchen, long time cooking stews, on top of the stove or in the oven. Long time is an hour or more. All the ingredients bubbling away in contained heat so that when we digest them they warm us deeply, all the way through the cold. We can use any combination of seasonal vegetables. Cooked with or served alongside some grain or lentils or beans. Always include a nice fat piece of kombu or dulse seaweed fore minerals and more sweetness.

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LOVE FOR SOUPS

Good for cold weather. A barley or rice miso soup every other day, remember not too strong and fresh each time, with wakame. Mustard helps with cold so use plenty of it, made without sugar.

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LOVE FOR SOUPS

Good for cold weather. A barley or rice miso soup every other day, remember not too strong and fresh each time, with wakame. Mustard helps with cold so use plenty of it, made without sugar.

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KEEP WALKING

Very important, wrap up and walk briskly for half an hour every day, in light or dark now the clocks have changed.

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ORGANIC IS THE WAY

While cooking for Christmas celebrations and through the winter use organic wherever you can because organic food is stronger so supports our resilience more than vegetables and food that is modified in any way. Lots of greens too! Happy winter!

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ORGANIC IS THE WAY

While cooking for Christmas celebrations and through the winter use organic wherever you can because organic food is stronger so supports our resilience more than vegetables and food that is modified in any way. Lots of greens too! Happy winter!