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Hello everyone – R you ready for this weeks newsletter?

Rainbow Riders – they are still working, look out for photos on FB and Whats app for the next batch of fantastic items made by Liz, all proceeds to the Zoo.
Was this the weekend you have been waiting for as Gyms re-open, have you been yet?
As you know I am still unable to open classes indoors but believe me when I say everyday I am asked the same question “when”. At the moment I am keeping an eye on the news and also the Govt guide lines (changing everyday).
Or
Was it the week you have been waiting for to “wear a mask”, how do you find this experience, strange, scary, or just have to do it!
And at the same time Obesity hits the news again, a few of you have been sending me your weigh in results weekly or monthly – well done to you.
How are you getting on – to be honest I have stopped weighing myself but can clearly see and feel that a “few” pounds have gone on, am I happy….. no of course not.
Scales out again tomorrow and yes start again.

Radishes, Raspberries, Rhubarb, Runner Beans, Redbush Tea, Rum.

Radishes – High on Nutrients: Red radishes are packed with Vitamins E, A, C, B6, and K. Plus it’s high on antioxidants, fiber, zinc, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, copper, calcium, iron and manganese. And each of these is known to keep our body in good working condition.
Raspberries – Raspberries are low in calories but high in fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. They may protect against diabetes, cancer, obesity, arthritis and other conditions and may even provide anti-aging effects. Raspberries are easy to add to your diet and make a tasty addition to breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert.
Rhubarb – Since it may be high in oxalate, you should avoid eating too much of it and try to select stalks from low-oxalate varieties. If you are prone to kidney stones, it might be best to avoid rhubarb altogether. On the bright side, rhubarb is a good source of antioxidants, vitamin K, and fiber.
Runner Beans – Runner beans are a great source of fibre, which not only plays the lead role in making sure our digestive system is running at its best. Dad’s home grown runners – yum yum.
Redbush Tea or Rooibos – Phyliis and Tracey both used to make me Redbush Tea in the morning’s. Rooibos tea does not contain caffeine and has low tannin levels compared to black tea or green tea. – go on on try it.
Rum – Rum consumption can give you a healthy and strong heart. … It is also a good drink for peripheral artery disease prevention and is a blood thinner, which can help combat artery blockages, prevent heart attacks and heart disease. Common cold. Consuming a small portion of rum can give relief to your sore throat. Question do I swap my Gin for Rum?

R Number

Last updated on Friday 24 July 2020.
Latest R number range for the UK
0.7-0.9
Don’t let it get above 1 – wash your hands – wear your mask and keep 2 meters away from other people.

Row the Boat – Ring the Bell

Reality and Realisation.
It has been a while since I have said those words “row the boat – ring the bell”.
Do you have thoughts on returning to class, what do you miss most?
Reality and Realisation:
Reality – the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them.
Realisation – an act of becoming fully aware of something as a fact.
Risk – Some of you will return to class when I open whatever the risk and others will be very wary, or will not return at all —– lets cross that when we have to.

Rosacea

I have suffered with Rosacea for years and take medication daily. The cause of rosacea is still unknown, and there is no cure. … Typically, rosacea affects only skin on your nose, cheeks, and forehead. Flare-ups often occur in cycles. This means that you will experience symptoms for weeks or months at a time, the symptoms will go away, and then return.What is the main cause of rosacea?
Anything that causes your rosacea to flare is called a trigger. Sunlight and hairspray are common rosacea triggers. Other common triggers include heat, stress, alcohol, and spicy foods.
I love the sun I don’t use hairspray, am I stressed? and yes I love spicy food, better keep taking the tablets. If you suffer with rosacea see you doctor don’t suffer as it can be very painful.
Rock & Roll
I do love a Jive a Rhumba, Rhythm and Blues to be honest I love all dance and I miss it so much.
Are you a Rolling Stone fan? – Happy Birthday Mick, 76 today – Jagger has eight children with five women.
You cant always get what you want – think he does!
Honky Tonk Woman – 5 of them!
Start me up – Move 2 Lose
Miss you – it was lovely to see some of you this week on Zoom and also a Whats app call – you know who you are.
NO zoom this week, catch up with you all soon.
Julie x

1 Comment

  1. Tracey Jennings

    Thanks Julie for your newsletters I am trying to do some exercise at least once a week promise! I am looking forward to getting back to normal!! Take care and very best wishes- Tracey Jennings

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