health farm


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health farm

a residential establishment, often in the country, visited by those who wish to improve their health by losing weight, eating healthy foods, taking exercise, etc.
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Then there are the characters who bring a spot of intrigue to the plot: Jane's sister Sandra is at the Health Farm for a bet (and has no compunctions about sneaking down to the local chippy when the constant diet of bran soup becomes a little tiring for her tastes).
Shortly before her trip to the health farm, she said: "If you get to the point where I was, you can't stop eating.
EX-BOXER Frank Bruno had to flee with 35 guests after fire threatened to destroy an exclusive health farm
And our winner's choice of where to take their super spa break also includes the UK's first-ever health farm, the elegant resort at Tring.
TAKE someone who has been through year filled with stress and made countless empty promises to exercise and diet and you have a prime candidate for a health farm visit.
The "don't know" response ranged from 22 percent when the issue was how well the CAP ensured safe and health farm products, to 42 percent then the issue was how well the CAP defends farmers' interests.
He wanted to get himself to a health farm in Liphook.
nTwo nights, full board, mid week break for two at Forest Mere Health Farm including full use of facilities, plus five personal beauty treatments (donated by Stephen Purdew, Henlow Grange Health Farm)
Rovers boss Allardyce took his squad for 48 hours of pampering at a Hertfordshire health farm ahead of today's clash at the Emirates.
The alcoholic soccer legend, due to check out of a health farm, told sister Anna he is desperate to be reunited with his 12-year-old son Regan.
But there is no such thing as pudding at a health farm.
The play is set on a health farm owned by Roland and Julia Dickerby, who bought the business with the proceeds of a hefty insurance payout on the death of Julia's first husband.
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