How to find an accident solicitor in Great Snoring
Great Snoring is a rural village in North Norfolk. It is not far from the Norfolk coast. It is an atmospheric tranquil place to live but if you have been in an accident, you might not be enjoying it so much if you are ill and in pain. If you have been in an accident within the last 3 years which was not your fault, you might need an accident solicitor in Great Snoring.
The first step you should take is to contact Accident Advice Helpline. This is a compensation provider for personal injury compensation. A trained adviser will guide you through a 30 second test which will establish whether an accident solicitor in Great Snoring is likely to represent you. After that, an online calculator will estimate how much your claim could be worth if an accident solicitor in Great Snoring takes your case on and wins. This would be on a no win, no fee basis.
Open 24 hours a day
Accident Advice Helpline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; to find out if you are entitled to an accident solicitor in Great Snoring, call 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Meanwhile, having a healthy diet will make you feel better and may speed up your recovery.
An 8 point plan
- Eat plenty of fibre. Pulses, whole grains, foods made with wholegrain flour (wholegrain bread), gives you the benefit of the fibre plus essential vitamins and minerals.
- Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables, especially leafy green ones. These give vitamins, minerals flavonoids, essential fatty acids and fibre which you need. Try to peel fruit as little as possible as most edible peels are nutrient rich. Cook vegetables by lightly steaming or stir frying and try to eat some raw ones daily to benefit from their enzymes.
- Cut down your saturated fat intake. Choose fish, offal (organ meat) game, poultry, whole grains, pulses and nuts to get your protein rather than red meat and cheese.
- Cut down your sugar intake. Avoid cakes, sweets, chocolates, biscuits, puddings, ice cream and soft drinks.
- Cut down on your salt intake. Instead of adding salt to your food use herbs, spices, fresh ginger, horseradish, garlic, lemon juice, tomato puree and vegetable stock.
- Cut down on your consumption of processed foods to avoid the empty calories off added sugar, saturated fat and additives.
- Drink only moderate amounts of alcohol.
- Cut down on your caffeine – try to stick to two cups of tea or coffee a day and replace the rest with water. This will help with your energy levels.
Date Published: 13th August 2013
Author: David Brown