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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : February 18th 2009
30 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, February 19, 2009 MB advertising feature rejuvenate 2007896K wk34 a ood egg TWH E THE TSH ED AWAY TINE'S E SHELVES O FILL UP EGGS AND EVEN THE ER. -anticipated t's good to dulgence, will not ruin ith a little bit ts might eight few simple tay on track as well as have fun over the Easter break. But the golden rule is to start planning now. Some tips to get you started. Don't deprive yourself -- a balanced diet allows you to enjoy some treats and depriving yourself of something special only leads to guilt or sneak eating, neither being healthy nor successful for weight loss in the long term. Be prepared -- if you know you struggle at the supermarket, try to avoid the Easter aisle or do your shopping after a satisfying meal. Be active -- if you want to indulge during the Easter break, start working hard now. Exercise harder to get in shape and then treat yourself to the special Easter treat. Avoid early purchases -- avoid buying your A Easter eggs too early or you may be tempted to enjoy them early too! If you want to indulge during the Easter break, start working hard now. W ays and colder nights ahead of us, many Australians will start to feel the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), such as depression, weight gain and carbohydrate cravings. New research has shown the simplest way to combat blues associated with weather change is by a diet high in mood nutrients. Mood nutrients such as folate, iron, protein, omega-3s and vitamin D have been shown to positively affect a person's mood and help alleviate the signs of depression. As one of nature's superfoods containing at least 11 vitamins and minerals, eggs are an excellent way to maintain good nutrition and provide your body with a range of important nutrients that may help improve your mood and keep your immune system strong during cooler months. One serve (two x 60g) eggs contribute the following nutrients: Protein 25 per cent -- building and developing of body enzymes, tissues and muscles Iron 14 per cent -- carrying oxygen around the bloodstream, required for growth and energy production Vitamin D 8 per cent -- enhances the absorption of calcium and helps to maintain a healthy immune system Folate 49 per cent -- growth and maintenance of healthy cells and red blood production Omega 3- helps to keep your heart healthy. So now there are more reasons to indulge in the real Easter eggs this year. More: www.eggs.org.au Have your egg eatit too and J ho graduated qualified in the qualification Acupuncture ollege of experience. neck, shoulder, knee and is n after. er acupuncture Acupuncture: Discovering its benefits for PAIN RELIEF TEL: 9747 4839 FOR APPOINTMENT ON TUES, WED, FRI 10.30AM TO MIDDAY, OR TUESDAY & FRI 3 TO 4PM urwood Bulk-Billing available Level 1, 138 Great North Rd, FIVE DOCK 9712 5403 www.fivedockmusicschool.com.au Individual tuition in a stimulating and fun environment! ENROLMENTS NOW BEING TAKEN • Piano • Guitar • Bass • Drums • Vocals • Violin •Cello • Flute • Clarinet • Saxophone • Trumpet • Trombone • Theory The Music Specialists 2140916K wk29 for fabulous looking hair 71 Glebe point Rd, GLEBE 9571 4131 www.dolcihair.com.au At Dolci Hair Emporium we aim to bring Italian glamour to all our valued clients. Each client is considered extremely special by our dedicated and highly qualified team. To make a booking call 9571 4131 or email: email@example.com OPENING HOURS: Tuesday - Sat 10.00am - 5.00pm (Thurs 9am - 9pm) specials REGROWTH, CUT, BLOWDRY - $140 FULL HEAD OF FOILS, AT HALF HEAD PRICE - $160 (BLOW DRY ONLY) FREE EYE BROW WAX AND SHAPE WITH ANY CUT & BLOW DRY WE STOCKS GHD PRODUCTS AND IRONS. GHD IRON $240 WITH CASH BACK* *CONDITIONS APPLY
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