LET'S GET READY....and stay above the health issues that flood us in Winter!
The vibrant hues, and tones of caramel tells us change is coming as a chill creeps into the air. Not yet the bite of wintry blusters, but just a nip to let us know a new season is at hand.
Autumn is the season to make sure your immunity is boosted in readiness for the seasonal ailments that seem to converge upon us in the cooler months.
PRE-WINTER HEALTH CHECK
Boost your Immunity today, call me on 07 5484 5050
If you're susceptible to colds, flu or pneumonia don't risk another year of sickness, make an appointment here and I will work with you to build your immunity and take your body to wellness, now and into the future.
PREVENTION is key, this is one of my tried and true remedies 'Doctor Pat's Body Boost Tonic' to help you stay above the flood of colds and flu this season.
CHICKEN SOUP - sometimes only chicken soup will do!
Chicken soup is sometimes referred to as Jewish Penicillin, because it is so beneficial in recovery from some illnesses. The ingredients are very important and we suggest organic and pure foods to be used:
1. Put chicken, 2 unpeeled onions, 2 unpeeled carrots, 2 celery stalks, turnip, garlic and bay leaf into a large pot. Fill with water to cover. Set over high heat and bring to a boil. Lower heat and simmer, uncovered, for 2 hours. Occasionally skim the froth as it develops on the surface and discard.
2. Remove from heat and allow stock to come to a safe temperature. Place a colander in a bowl large enough to contain the chicken stock. Pour soup through the colander into the bowl. Remove colander to separate stock from vegetables and chicken pieces.
3. Rinse the soup pot well. Using the cheesecloth, strain the soup back into the pot. Repeat using clean cheesecloth until the broth is clear. Refrigerate stock several hours or overnight. Meanwhile, remove chicken from the bone, tear into edible pieces and set aside. Discard vegetables and bones.
4. Remove and discard congealed fat from the surface of the refrigerated chicken soup. Place the pot over high heat and bring to a boil. Lower heat to simmer and add peeled onion, carrot and celery, garlic, salt, pepper to taste. Simmer until vegetables are soft, about 40 minutes. Add wine if desired and noodles and simmer for 5 minutes. Adjust seasoning and lower heat enough to keep soup hot, add reserved chicken and dill.
Researchers at the University of California have shown that choir members' levels of immunoglobulin A increased by 150% during rehearsals and by 240% during performances.
The most common barriers are the thought that you can't sing. If you can talk you can sing. Some people certainly sing better than others, but everyone can sing and enjoy it. Contact your local Church or other community groups to see what is available in your local area as if it is close to home you will be more likely to get involved and stay involved.
Enjoy the involvement and pleasure of making music!