How to handle Hay fever

Summer is finally here and we can bid farewell to cold and wet weather. But summer is not always well received, especially to those who suffer from hayfever.  The hot weather means that the pollen count is at its highest and many people will have to endure months of swollen eyes and runny noses.

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M.E and ‘Human’ Energy' (Qi) – Sue’s Story

ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) affects an estimated 250,000 people in the UK, and around 17 million people worldwide. Whilst the main cause is unknown, it often follows a viral infection, which is a sign that someone is ‘run down’, exhausted and low in ‘human’ energy, or Qi.

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Vietnamese Pho

This dish takes a little time but is worth it…so warming and nourishing, a healthy meal to revitalise the body and mind.

 

BROTH

5 to 6 pounds of beef knuckles or leg bones

6 quarts cold water

2 medium onions, quartered

4-inch piece of fresh ginger, halved lengthwise

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Beetroot & halloumi salad with pomegranate and dill

Get three of your five a day with this fresh, colourful salad, it's healthy, easy to make and delicious.

 

Ingredients

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Obesity – Good food to keep you full

The festive holidays probably feel like a distant memory and the New Year’s resolutions are in full flow, with getting fit and healthy one of the top ‘must dos’. With this in mind, it feels very fitting that it’s National Obesity Awareness week.

Obesity is an increasing problem in the UK and around the world. According to estimates from Public Health England, two thirds of adults and a quarter of children between two and 10 years old are overweight or obese.

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Is a detox the best thing for our bodies and wellbeing?

With the Christmas celebrations over, we may be feeling a little bloated, tired and in need of some freshening up. This is normal and many of us will be looking towards January to start with a detox to help us feel cleansed and healthy.
 

At Jung Shim we understand that our energy levels can be affected by the lifestyle we lead, our physical environment and emotional patterns.

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