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Why we should eat seasonally and locally   What we eat plays an integral part in how healthy we are. The phrase you are what you eat means that what we eat can affect our mental, emotional and physical health.  Eating seasonally and locally is important, as produce grown close to home has the perfect combination of nutrients for the season in which they are best harvested and eaten. Whats in season - September/October Fruit apples - avocados - cumquats - grapefruit - lemons - mandarins - blood seville oranges - pears - rhubarb - strawberries - tangelos - tangerine Vegetables asparagus - bok choy -beetroot - broccoli - cabbage - carrots - cauliflower - celery - choy sum -...

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Top 10 Tips for Winter

In addition to acupuncture, chiropractic and naturopathic treatments, there are several ways to help you stay healthy through Winter. Protect the back of your neck. In TCM, the back of your neck is where pathogens enter the body. Try not to leave your neck exposed to the cold by wearing a scarf or high neck clothing. Eat nourishing foods. Think root veggies, bone broths, stews and soups made with seasonal produce. Use slower/ longer cooking methods. This helps to create meals that are easier for your body to digest meaning you gain more nourishment from your food. Reduce intake of cold foods and drinks especially first thing...