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Welcome to the April newsletter from Family Physiotherapy Clinic.

 

In this newsletter we’re talking about "getting up and going" with a Healthy Diet

NEW APRIL ARTICLE

Get Up and Go With a Healthy Diet

For people seeking weight loss, a healthy diet and exercise are almost always the first prescriptions. When people hear this, some will justify unhealthy eating choices by adding in extra exercise.

 

What they don’t realize, however, is that eating healthy would give them more energy to exercise in the first place. That oomph, the “dig deep” type of motivation, is often not a product of a person’s grit, but of their diet.

 

A healthy diet impacts not only the waistline, but overall energy levels, sleep quality, and the “get-up-and-go” that helps us exercise.

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LIVE WELL

What kind of injuries do dancers and gymnasts deal with?

Dance and gymnastics are wonderful ways to express beauty and emotion through movement. They both require lots of training and technique to get that perfect look of grace, but anyone can do it! Start by learning ways to protect your body while dancing. Read on to learn more!

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Getting where you want to be usually doesn’t happen when you take the easy road. In fact, the hardest road is often the one that leads to the most success. Don’t be afraid to put in the hard work to achieve your dreams. It’ll be worth it in the end!

MOVE WELL

Understanding Whiplash Injuries

Whiplash injuries are common in car accidents, and they can be debilitating. When a person’s neck quickly moves from extension to flexion, whiplash occurs and can have lasting effects on the spine and muscles. To learn more about how whiplash works and how to treat it, read on.

EAT WELL

Spring has sprung, and it’s time to prepare for a family holiday meal. Look no further than these delicious dishes that incorporate traditional Easter flavours into healthy and satisfying plates. By ditching the crust in a quiche and combining a nutrient-packed grain with asparagus, these meals hit the mark for both clean and scrumptious.

 

Mushroom Barley and Roasted Asparagus Salad

From: foodnetwork.com

 

Asparagus is a potassium-rich vegetable that highlights the vibrancy of spring. By adding nutty barley and earthy mushrooms, the salad gets boosts of protein and healthy polysaccharides to leave you satisfied, but not overly stuffed.

 

Try this one out as your next side dish for a springtime brunch or dinner!

 

Cauliflower and Ham Crustless Quiche

From: foodnetwork.com

 

Quiche is a delicious dish that can feed an army on a budget. You won’t miss the crust in this one with tasty ham and folate-rich cauliflower.

 

Making this dish is as easy as (no crust) pie! Just mix it all up, put it in the oven, and get back to enjoying family time.

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