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Liz Earle WellbeingLiz Earle Wellbeing

Liz Earle Wellbeing

November/December 2019

Feeling fabulous has never been so easy with this bi-monthly lifestyle magazine, packed with fresh ideas to look good and feel even better from Liz Earle, a leading British beauty and wellbeing expert. Liz Earle Wellbeing brings you the very best in feel-good food and natural vitality featuring good-for-you ingredients and favourite family recipes including organic, gluten- and dairy-free options. You’ll also find a wealth of Liz’s trusted beauty and natural health advice to revive and restore inner wellbeing and outer radiance, plus great craft and lifestyle ideas to make every house a welcoming home.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Liz Earle Associated Productions limited
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hello and welcome to our fabulously festive edition!

I’m a big fan of Christmas. I love this season of goodwill and bonhomie, but am not fond of the festive overload that takes over, making life far too stressful. So, this issue, we’re focusing on some simpler, more uplifting family favourites, from botanical decorations for the home (and tree, of course), to planning the perfect get-togethers, with cocktails, mocktails, tasty eats and more. And as well as delicious (and nutritious) party food, we have the best Yuletide treats, including tasty turmeric mince pies brimming with a sensational spiced mincemeat – an unmissable festive fix with a wellbeing twist. You’ll also find some great comfort food, with top pub grub secrets from Britain’s best chefs – each recipe a guaranteed taste-bud winner. Staying well and in shape is inevitably more of…

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liz earle wellbeing

Editor-in-Chief Liz Earle MBE, Managing Editor Polly Beard, Design Director Nicky Acketts, Food&Travel Editor Emma Winterschladen, Copy Editor Camilla Cary-Elwes, Senior Health&Beauty Writer Ellie Smith, Image Editor Betty Beard, Head of Marketing&Digital Lou Howells, Digital Editor Amy Moore, Commercial Manager Guy Earle, Press&PR Harriet Dyball, Readers’ Desk Annie Darling, Regular Contributors Hannah Martin, Sarah Raven, Recipe Writer Emma Winterschladen, Photographers Joss Barratt, Georgia Glynn Smith, Kathrin McCrea, Food Stylist Lottie Covell, Assistant Food Stylist Clare Maguire, Prop Stylist Tamzin Ferdinando, Hair&Makeup Kerry September, Stylist Maria Loizou On behalf of Hearst Content Agency: Circulation James Hill, Production Alicia Gray, Managing Director Dan Levitt, Print Wyndeham Roche, Distribution Frontline For advertising enquiries, please email polly@lizearlewellbeing.com For subscription enquiries, please call 01858 438415 or email lizearlewellbeing@subscription.co.uk Cover photograph Joss Barratt, Hair&makeup Kerry September, Stylist Maria Loizou…

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make sense of the menopause with liz earle wellbeing

Knowledge is power. Sail through this trying transition with our bestselling e-books, packed with Liz's time-tested wisdom. The Truth About Menopause This easy-to-follow beginner's guide includes: - Guidance on how to navigate menopause - Advice on boosting mood and energy - Top tips for keeping weight off during menopause The Truth About HRT This comprehensive guide includes: - The myths and facts about HRT - Medic-approved look at HRT risks and benefits - Guidance on how to speak to your GP The Good Menopause Guide In this beautifully illustrated hardback Liz shares: • Guidance on how to balance your hormones • Top tips to take special care of skin, hair and nails • 60 nutritious recipes to help you feel your best 'Filled with a wealth of invaluable information. .. after reading The Good Menopause Guide you will feel empowered and ready to take on the…

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Sign up to our free weekly newsletter today and see just how easy it is to eat well, look well and live well, plus you'll enjoy all the following benefits: • Claim your FREE download of Liz Earle's Guide to a Wellbeing Weekend - our SO-page eBook full of delicious recipes and inspirational health, beauty and lifestyle advice. It's the perfect end to a busy week.• Listen to an exclusive podcast from Liz welcoming you to her world of wellbeing.• Watch regular monthly videos from Liz to inspire you to be your fabulous best and stay up to date with our news Ill• Discover a curated collection of Liz's favourite wellbeing goodies on the market and enjoy special reader discount codes.• Bethe first to hear about all our offers, promotions and…

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carbon capture

Conservationists are arguing that well-managed livestock and eating meat is part of the climate change solution. How so? Grazing animals produce healthier soils that can ‘sequester’ or capture carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and store it in the ground. Commonly called ‘mob grazing’, this allows farmers to produce more meat per acre, without using chemicals or grain feeds, resulting in healthier omega-3 enriched beef or lamb, too. In her book Defending Beef, cattle rancher Nicolette Hahn Niman argues that ‘cattle are not, in fact, a climate problem at all; instead cattle are actually among the most practical, cost-effective solutions to the warming of the planet.’…

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baby gut bugs

A link has been discovered between the food preservative propionic acid (PPA), found in ultra-processed foods to prevent mould, and gut health disruption and autism. Studies published in Nature suggest eating PPA during pregnancy may reduce the development of neurons in foetal brains. ‘Studies have shown a higher level of PPA in stool samples from children with autism, and the gut microbiome in autistic children is different,’ noted Professor Saleh Naseh, who leads the research. The microbiotia of autistic children were found to have fewer strains of beneficial Bifidobacteria and Prevotella, and higher levels of non-beneficial gut bugs. Fact or fable? ‘Chicken soup helps coughs and colds by reducing upper respiratory tract inflammation.’ FACT: Studies show its carnosine content improves our airways.…

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