Sunday Newsletter September 11th

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Your Weekly News & Updates
Song Week:
Happy Days are here again.
  Pick Yourself up and start all over again.
 These two songs are the songs of the week from Monday, which one will I hear the most?
 When you step down from the scales sing as loud as you can!
Holiday dates for your diary
It will soon be time for me to have my holiday (bit late this year)
Please pop these dates in your diary:
NO Class:
Saturday 17th September….. one day only
Summer Holiday
Monday 26th September until Monday 3rd October.. this will include the Monday therefore first class back will be Tuesday morning at Shrub End Hall.
What you said this week:
Please will you make a vidoe Julie so while you are away we still have you with us…..
One of the things that  is motivating me to lose that “extra few tyres round my middle” aside from getting healthy  is that
“my husband Pete has promised to take me to Las Vegas (hotel of my choice) if I reach 10 stone 7lb”  Viva  Las Vegas I will sing  the day the scales say 10 stone 7lbs heee
Pick a word …. see what you come up with!
Take Easy Achievable Measures
Did I Eat That
Just Understand Lowfat Interesting Eating
Go on have a go…prize for the best
Milk…word of the week
Milk contains all the vitamins and minerals necessary to sustain growth and development in the young calf during its first months of life.
It also contains almost every single nutrient needed by humans, making it one of the most nutritious foods on the planet.
3 quarters of a pint a day, do you have enough calcium a day ??
Calcium is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body and while we associate it with bone and tooth health, it is also important for muscle development, healthy blood pressure, and skin health.
There are many other food sources of calcium including:
  • Figs
  • Brocilli
  • Kale
  • Almonds
  • Sesame Seeds
  • Oysters
  • Seafood
  • Fish with bones

Fish with bones are an excellent source of calcium. An easy and inexpensive way to consume fish with bones is in the form of canned fish like salmon (with bones) and sardines (with bones). The bones become soft during the canning process so they can be easily chewed and consumed with the fish. (um not for me thank you)

Certificates in class this week:
Congratulations to the ladies that received certificates in class this week..
Julie xx
hope to see you in class this week.

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