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Finding it hard to please everyone at the dinner table? Having a hard time getting your family to eat enough vegetables ? Here is the solution. I learned this recipe while traveling in Thailand when I took cooking classes in a small vegetarian restaurant in Bangkok. You can also use the sauce pretty much everywhere! It is delicious with tofu, tempeh or as a dip. Bon appétit! Ingredients 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 teaspoon minced garlic 1 teaspoon minced ginger 1 teaspoon chili paste 1...
I've had psoriatic arthritis for 10 years now. I have an injection every 12 weeks, Arcoxia everyday and steroids when I'm at my worst. I have been trying to eat healthy hoping I can possibly stop the steroids completely. Has anyone else changed there eating habits and seen results? or have you heard of any food or exercise that could help? I live in Enfield if there's any groups or places to go to share ideas with younger people with Arthritis please let me know.
Hi, I would like to inform people with children under 17 and over 10 years old that they can join the Enfield youth games, represent your borough! come along on Sunday mornings from 11-1pm at the Southbury leisure centre. Training is completely free!
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Welcome to the Enfield community forum! Here you can chat with your neighbours about anything and everything; from local services and facilities to events, shops and restaurants. It’s a great place to make friends and discover new things about your local area.
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"Vaping has been endorsed by health experts after the first long-term study of its effects in ex-smokers," ITV News reports. A six-month study found that e-cigarettes users had far lower levels of toxins and carcinogens in their body than smokers…
"Widely used anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen have little more benefit than a placebo when it comes to treating back pain," reports the Guardian. This is based on a study looking at more than 6,000 people with back pain, comparing…