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As the festive season approaches, social engagements, work engagements and busy lives often mean we don’t get the chance to focus on maintaining our usual levels of good nutrition. With the hints and tips below Fresha can help you maximise your energy levels and bounce through the festive period with positive energy and mood, rather than merely surviving the Christmas chaos! 

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A meatless stuffed pepper recipe in which smoky roasted peppers are filled with a bright and zesty mixture of spinach, chickpeas, goat's cheese, and fresh herbs.

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A warming and simple soup recipe filled with healthy ingredients.

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To ensure healthy physical development and a well-functioning brain, your diet needs to balance sources of nutrients and vitamins – as these are essential to maintaining good concentration and energy levels, in addition to ensuring healthy bones and teeth.

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There are many initiatives, schemes and news stories currently that deal with the topic of sugar in our diets. In this post, we want to get behind the headlines and inform you about sugar, what actions Fresha is taking and also provide you with some tips for managing your sugar intake.

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Read what some of our key staff members have to say about working at Fresha.  In this blog post we hear from chef Steve and also Anca and Maddie, who are front of house in the café.

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Not only famed for our beautiful beaches and green rolling hills, Devon has an impressive reputation for its delicious local produce. And it’s no wonder, with so many enterprising businesses and bountiful farms making the most of our lush landscape and temperate climate. 

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In the days following a loved one’s death you’re faced with hundreds of important decisions to make when you’re probably feeling your worst. While coping with the sadness, you may be responsible for sharing the news with family and friends, handling all sorts of legal administration and planning a send off for your loved one. It’s not easy and it seems a lot to ask but hopefully you might actually find funeral planning a comfort in the strangely quiet, still days following a death.

We wanted to put together a helpful check-list of things to think about when planning a funeral to help you navigate through this sometimes foggy and confusing time.

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We’ve seen some of the steepest education cuts since the 1970s, which makes balancing the books increasingly difficult for schools. Standards are higher than ever and schools are having to work much harder to save money.

The introduction of the School Food Plan   and universal free school meals means school kitchens are under pressure to provide healthy, nutritious meals within the government set allowance of £2.30 per child. 

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“Birthdays are important. The fact you’re here to celebrate is reason alone to cheer”.  Neil Thornton, blogger & writer

We know birthdays are special, and rightly so. It is a time to celebrate the gift of ‘you’ to the world; it’s the one special day that is your own, for you to feel loved and appreciated, to celebrate another year of you being you.  

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