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Baby Massage by Debbie Sheppard, Ben Benson on wealth & Intelligent

Due to the rush of the world many people have lost time for something free and simple; human touch. The touch of another human being not only enhances our wellbeing but theirs too. On Friday 23rd March Debbie Sheppard came in to tell us all about baby massage. Debbie is a baby massage instructor. She empowers care givers and parents to effectively massage their baby to enhance the babies wellbeing and health. The symptoms of some common problems that parents or care givers have with their babies can be alleviated through baby massage (but doctors should have ruled out underlying causes and consented to appropriate massage). Parents find giving their little one a massage draws them closer to them and their bond strengthens. It is also a good way for dad to feel a part of things, especially if the mother is breast feeding or he works long hours at work. I met  Debbie at the Brentwood NCT Baby Welcome which is held quarterly at the venue of a local church hall. Debbie shares some more information about baby massage here so its worth a listen if you want to know more. Our interview starts about 17 minutes into the recording. Debbie can be contacted by email: dsheppardmassagetherapy@hotmail.co.uk or call 07958 340635. Interview with Debbie about baby massage

Motivational speaker, author, and expert in creating wealth via honest, giving and ethical business means: Ben Benson came into the studio on Wednesday 21st March and discussed economic issues and key principles to follow when trying to create a business that works in the present economic climate. Ben is motivating and inspiring. If you have a business that you want to do better or perhaps you don’t work at all and are thinking of creating wealth for yourself rather than search and apply for a limited jobs market listen below. Interview starts about 15 minutes into recording.

Interviewing Ben Bension – motivational speaker

Intelligent Food Advice Health Feature

Is there actually a food shortage? Notice how most supermarkets are about 1 tenth filled with fresh produce and the rest is all stuff in a packet or bottle of some kind. Many people recognise a ready meal more than some varies of fruit, vegetables, meats, fish etc. I only discovered what celeriac was about 2 years ago! One of the most nutritious ways to shop is to try and make the majority of your chosen foods, made up of things that actually look like food that you would pick and catch.

Some history is good, not all of it: Most of what our great grannies and granddad’s ate was actually good. They mainly ate locally grown produce  visiting butchers, fishmongers and green grocers. A lot more people in those times had the time and space to grow their own vegetables and herbs. Our grans used lard rather than highly refined oils to cook with. They weren’t actually scared of eating saturated fats but they got quality often organic or free range forms of protein which would have more nutrition and less saturated fats anyway. Be careful though, bad food habits started during their life-time with the introduction of tinned foods and refined sugar.

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Baby Massage by Debbie Sheppard, Ben Benson on wealth & Intelligent

Due to the rush of the world many people have lost time for something free and simple; human touch. The touch of another human being not only enhances our wellbeing but theirs too. On Friday 23rd March Debbie Sheppard came in to tell us all about baby massage. Debbie is a baby massage instructor. She empowers care givers and parents to effectively massage their baby to enhance the babies wellbeing and health. The symptoms of some common problems that parents or care givers have with their babies can be alleviated through baby massage (but doctors should have ruled out underlying causes and consented to appropriate massage). Parents find giving their little one a massage draws them closer to them and their bond strengthens. It is also a good way for dad to feel a part of things, especially if the mother is breast feeding or he works long hours at work. I met  Debbie at the Brentwood NCT Baby Welcome which is held quarterly at the venue of a local church hall. Debbie shares some more information about baby massage here so its worth a listen if you want to know more. Our interview starts about 17 minutes into the recording. Debbie can be contacted by email: dsheppardmassagetherapy@hotmail.co.uk or call 07958 340635. Interview with Debbie about baby massage

Motivational speaker, author, and expert in creating wealth via honest, giving and ethical business means: Ben Benson came into the studio on Wednesday 21st March and discussed economic issues and key principles to follow when trying to create a business that works in the present economic climate. Ben is motivating and inspiring. If you have a business that you want to do better or perhaps you don’t work at all and are thinking of creating wealth for yourself rather than search and apply for a limited jobs market listen below. Interview starts about 15 minutes into recording.

Interviewing Ben Bension – motivational speaker

Intelligent Food Advice Health Feature

Is there actually a food shortage? Notice how most supermarkets are about 1 tenth filled with fresh produce and the rest is all stuff in a packet or bottle of some kind. Many people recognise a ready meal more than some varies of fruit, vegetables, meats, fish etc. I only discovered what celeriac was about 2 years ago! One of the most nutritious ways to shop is to try and make the majority of your chosen foods, made up of things that actually look like food that you would pick and catch.

Some history is good, not all of it: Most of what our great grannies and granddad’s ate was actually good. They mainly ate locally grown produce  visiting butchers, fishmongers and green grocers. A lot more people in those times had the time and space to grow their own vegetables and herbs. Our grans used lard rather than highly refined oils to cook with. They weren’t actually scared of eating saturated fats but they got quality often organic or free range forms of protein which would have more nutrition and less saturated fats anyway. Be careful though, bad food habits started during their life-time with the introduction of tinned foods and refined sugar.

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Baby Massage by Debbie Sheppard, Ben Benson on wealth & Intelligent

Due to the rush of the world many people have lost time for something free and simple; human touch. The touch of another human being not only enhances our wellbeing but theirs too. On Friday 23rd March Debbie Sheppard came in to tell us all about baby massage. Debbie is a baby massage instructor. She empowers care givers and parents to effectively massage their baby to enhance the babies wellbeing and health. The symptoms of some common problems that parents or care givers have with their babies can be alleviated through baby massage (but doctors should have ruled out underlying causes and consented to appropriate massage). Parents find giving their little one a massage draws them closer to them and their bond strengthens. It is also a good way for dad to feel a part of things, especially if the mother is breast feeding or he works long hours at work. I met  Debbie at the Brentwood NCT Baby Welcome which is held quarterly at the venue of a local church hall. Debbie shares some more information about baby massage here so its worth a listen if you want to know more. Our interview starts about 17 minutes into the recording. Debbie can be contacted by email: dsheppardmassagetherapy@hotmail.co.uk or call 07958 340635. Interview with Debbie about baby massage

Motivational speaker, author, and expert in creating wealth via honest, giving and ethical business means: Ben Benson came into the studio on Wednesday 21st March and discussed economic issues and key principles to follow when trying to create a business that works in the present economic climate. Ben is motivating and inspiring. If you have a business that you want to do better or perhaps you don’t work at all and are thinking of creating wealth for yourself rather than search and apply for a limited jobs market listen below. Interview starts about 15 minutes into recording.

Interviewing Ben Bension – motivational speaker

Intelligent Food Advice Health Feature

Is there actually a food shortage? Notice how most supermarkets are about 1 tenth filled with fresh produce and the rest is all stuff in a packet or bottle of some kind. Many people recognise a ready meal more than some varies of fruit, vegetables, meats, fish etc. I only discovered what celeriac was about 2 years ago! One of the most nutritious ways to shop is to try and make the majority of your chosen foods, made up of things that actually look like food that you would pick and catch.

Some history is good, not all of it: Most of what our great grannies and granddad’s ate was actually good. They mainly ate locally grown produce  visiting butchers, fishmongers and green grocers. A lot more people in those times had the time and space to grow their own vegetables and herbs. Our grans used lard rather than highly refined oils to cook with. They weren’t actually scared of eating saturated fats but they got quality often organic or free range forms of protein which would have more nutrition and less saturated fats anyway. Be careful though, bad food habits started during their life-time with the introduction of tinned foods and refined sugar.

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Baby Massage by Debbie Sheppard, Ben Benson on wealth & Intelligent

Due to the rush of the world many people have lost time for something free and simple; human touch. The touch of another human being not only enhances our wellbeing but theirs too. On Friday 23rd March Debbie Sheppard came in to tell us all about baby massage. Debbie is a baby massage instructor. She empowers care givers and parents to effectively massage their baby to enhance the babies wellbeing and health. The symptoms of some common problems that parents or care givers have with their babies can be alleviated through baby massage (but doctors should have ruled out underlying causes and consented to appropriate massage). Parents find giving their little one a massage draws them closer to them and their bond strengthens. It is also a good way for dad to feel a part of things, especially if the mother is breast feeding or he works long hours at work. I met  Debbie at the Brentwood NCT Baby Welcome which is held quarterly at the venue of a local church hall. Debbie shares some more information about baby massage here so its worth a listen if you want to know more. Our interview starts about 17 minutes into the recording. Debbie can be contacted by email: dsheppardmassagetherapy@hotmail.co.uk or call 07958 340635. Interview with Debbie about baby massage

Motivational speaker, author, and expert in creating wealth via honest, giving and ethical business means: Ben Benson came into the studio on Wednesday 21st March and discussed economic issues and key principles to follow when trying to create a business that works in the present economic climate. Ben is motivating and inspiring. If you have a business that you want to do better or perhaps you don’t work at all and are thinking of creating wealth for yourself rather than search and apply for a limited jobs market listen below. Interview starts about 15 minutes into recording.

Interviewing Ben Bension – motivational speaker

Intelligent Food Advice Health Feature

Is there actually a food shortage? Notice how most supermarkets are about 1 tenth filled with fresh produce and the rest is all stuff in a packet or bottle of some kind. Many people recognise a ready meal more than some varies of fruit, vegetables, meats, fish etc. I only discovered what celeriac was about 2 years ago! One of the most nutritious ways to shop is to try and make the majority of your chosen foods, made up of things that actually look like food that you would pick and catch.

Some history is good, not all of it: Most of what our great grannies and granddad’s ate was actually good. They mainly ate locally grown produce  visiting butchers, fishmongers and green grocers. A lot more people in those times had the time and space to grow their own vegetables and herbs. Our grans used lard rather than highly refined oils to cook with. They weren’t actually scared of eating saturated fats but they got quality often organic or free range forms of protein which would have more nutrition and less saturated fats anyway. Be careful though, bad food habits started during their life-time with the introduction of tinned foods and refined sugar.

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