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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : September 17 2008
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, September 18, 2008 33 2071877K IWW Put your feet in our hands INTERGRATED SPINE & SPORTS THERAPIES sports lab Suite 7, 159-167 Victoria Road, DRUMMOYNE ph: 9819 7800 Childrens foot/leg problems Adult/Sporting injuries Foot/Knee/Hip/Lower back pain Custom orthotic and insole therapy Adjusting other old or uncomfortable orthotics General nail and skin maintenance Integrated Podiatry, Chiropractic, Physiotherapy management Do you suffer back or neck pain? WE SPECIALISE IN: Headaches/ Migraines Arthritis Jaw Pain Pregnancy Sports Injuries Low energy levels Tired of limping Is it painful to walk or run? THE SPORTS LAB ACCREDITED PODIATRISTS SPECIALISE IN: Sharmayne Mardon Chiropractor / Remedial Therapist A therapeutic approach that combines the best of Remedial Sports and Deep Tissue Massage with Chiropractic techniques. Mention this Advertisement & receive a 30 min remedial massage absolutely free during your 2nd Chiropractic visit. INTRODUCING NATIO, AUSTRALIA'S LEADING NATURAL BEAUTY BRAND TO McKIMM'S PHARMACY. YOUR GIFT For a limited time only, purchase any two products from the Natio range and receive a free 75ml Wellness Hand Cream SPF 15. advertising feature rejuvenate LEVELS AND EMOTIONAL STAT E . What you eat can directly affect your mood. That choc- iced donut that seems so essential to your happiness right now might actually end up leaving you tired, cranky and in an energy slump as you ride the blood sugar roller coaster. And it seems wherever we look, there's always a new piece of research or diet to complicate the matter. e are alway simple st take to alle iate some orst of the etary h reducing sugar iet--youm t kes, biscuit specially w evels start t rnoon, but making your fatigue and ss worse. r content briefly increases your energy levels, en followed by a rapid slump in blood sugars n also cause chemical fluctuations in the brain in mood swings and poor concentration. u've done that, start including foods with a low mic Index) in your diet. They take longer for the body to digest and consequently result in a more gradual release of energy to the body, avoiding rapid fluctuations. Give away the white bread, rice and pasta in favour of beans, vegies and fruit. Next, clean out the cupboards. Start by reading the labels and throw out margarines and processed foods containing trans fats -- they've been shown to cause inflammation and interfere with circulation, leaving you feeling sluggish. Instead try some omega-3 fatty acids found in cold-water fish and flaxseeds and which have been associated with reduced rates of depression. Then there are the B vitamins to help keep your mood on the up and up. For vitamin B6, eat bananas, avocados and chick peas; for folic acid chow down on asparagus, lentils and orange juice; and for magnesium try almonds and spinach. You'll be cheerful and chirpy in no time at all. Y One of the real danger zones for a healthy diet is the mid-morning and afternoon energy slump. But instead of reaching for the chockie biscuits, try unsalted nuts, yoghurt, carrot sticks with hommus or some trail mix to keep your blood sugar levels steady. Think how pure you'll feel. Try to avoid eating in front of the television or as you're T rushing from commitment to commitment. Instead, take the time to relax and enjoy your meal and, before you bustle off for seconds, remember it takes 15 minutes for your brain to get the message your stomach is full. Eating is good for you and should be enjoyed and accorded a little respect. So take time to do it right and you'll find yourself feeling better, more cheerful and with energy to burn. "Simple steps you can take to alleviate some of the worst of the dietary no-nos" F fabulous FOOD feeling "all hip hop styles taught by industry professionals!" classes: Tues: j.f.h (jazz funk hiphop) Students must register 6:30pm Wed: break 6.30pm hip hop open 7.30pm Thurs: hip hop youth 6.30pm hip hop beginners 8.00pm Q2 DANCE 17 Deane St BURWOOD 0403 961 871 www.q2dance.com email@example.com 2040323K price: $15 per class, $100 per 10 class pass Bring this advertisement for $5 off your first class! 2046812K wk12
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