House in The Clouds
Good morning everyone:
I am having a wonderful weekend away with my girl friends. This year we have hired a house in Thorpeness and if you have never been pop this little gem of a village on your must visit list. Many of you would have heard of the House In The Clouds, we did not stay in this house but in a beautiful house opposite the Mere.
After a very healthy breakfast of home made granola, fresh fruit and yogurt (oh did I forget the bacon sandwich) we went out for a walk. Not just a walk! with back packs packed, walking boots and sensible clothing on, off we went. We could have taken the short route to Aldeburgh but with us all being very sporty and a little bit competitive we chose the long route only to end up in a tea room……… Just tea’s and coffees we tell the waitress but then the home made cheese scones and fig cake managed to jump on our table.
Good job we walked back lol
How can we at Move 2 Lose get involved with Stoptober?
If you are a smoker (I have never tried a cigarette in my life) you will all know too well what this campaign is all about.
For me and many of you our stoptober is something else that you can try to give up or at least cut down……….the list can be endless:
Crisps, cholcolate, cake , alcohol, biscuits, bread.
I am asking you to pledge your stoptober with myself and other class members.
What do you do with yours?
Brush, comb, tie it up, wax, thread, shave, dye, bleach and probably many more lol.
But do you feed your hair?
The key ingredients for healthy hair and scalp are protein and vitamin D. Salmon is a great source of protein, vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids. This omega-3 fatty acid is very much essential to keep your scalp and hair shaft very well hydrated. As healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp, get in more omega-3 fatty acids in your diet.
Including prunes in your diet can help to improve your hair texture as well as proper bowl movements.
Eggs are rich in biotin and vitamin B. These two nutrients are very important for the health and maintenance of your hair. Biotin is also present in many shampoos and conditioners and is one of the important elements needed for hair health.
Include lots of dark green leafy vegetables like spinach, broccoli and lettuces in your diet. All these dark green leafy vegetables are an excellent source of vitamin A and Vitamin C. Both these vitamins help in the formation of sebum, which is a natural hair conditioner and hence moisturises your skin and scalp.
Walnuts are one of the best nuts for your hair nourishment and maintenance. As they are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, biotin, vitamin E and copper they protect your hair against damage from the sun by being a shield when you venture out; they also prevent hair loss and help keep your hair lustrous and rich in colour.
Not sure how to advise the gents with hairy ears and noses! (couldn’t resist that, sorry)
All classes are as normal next week.