health farm


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health farm

n
(Medicine) 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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It's a comedy, a light-hearted and titillating take on the intricacies of the all prevailing Health Farm, which follows six women in their quest to shed extra pounds.
Pathways slice through the grounds of the hotel and health farm in the Penafiel region, leading to the entrances of partly submerged buildings designed by the Porto firm.
I reckon he was booked into a health farm to recover from exhaustion
FAST, frantic farce set on a health farm is on offer next week as Coventry's Phoenix Players present Kindly Keep It Covered at Earlsdon Methodist Church Hall from Thursday.
In 2008, Miss Davis, then a 33-stone pupil at Aberdare Girls School, was sent to a US health farm to undergo a strict diet.
He left a health farm in February after almost three months sober and has been working with Newcastle United's youngsters with old pal Peter Beardsley.
UNDER-FIRE Argentina boss Diego Maradona had a taxing time when he went back to Italy last week to shed some excess flab at a health farm and clinic.
He had checked out of a health farm after almost three months on the wagon.
IN a last ditch bid to remove excess baggage, my wife has booked into a health farm.
He has checked into Champneys Forest Mere health farm for Christmas, and developed friendship with guest liaison boss Mavis Baird, 71.
CORRECTLY described as a farcical comedy, Derek Benfield's tale of one crazy summer day in a health farm is certainly amusing entertainment if you don't take it too seriously.
After all, I'm not running a health farm and drink is just as damaging to health as smoking.

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