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Woman & Home Feel Good YouWoman & Home Feel Good You

Woman & Home Feel Good You

November 2019

woman&home Feel Good You is the only wellbeing and fitness title on the market that offers women of any age, any shape, any fitness level, particularly women over 40, the inspiration to feel fabulous every day. Simple changes that fit real life are the prescription to make the most of their looks, feel younger, fitter, slimmer, reduce stress, increase vitality and live a healthier life. The magazine is divided into sections focusing on wellbeing, beauty, diet, fitness, health and ‘inner you’ and is packed with tips, expert advice and best buys.

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a healthy metabolism for effective weight loss

Anne Cooper, My Story Over the years, I struggled to lose those excess pounds that I gained in my 20’s. Weight loss would come, but at the expense of proper nutrition and it was never long before that dreaded weight gain returned once more. Healthy, sustainable weight loss was all I wished for… Weight Loss That Worked For Me My friends recommended a No.1* meal replacement programme that not only achieved effective weight loss, but was supported by a multitude of scientific studies. Results of clinical testing found this product achieved greater weight loss and importantly, long-term weight maintenance when compared to a regular low-fat diet1. The programme was also specifically designed to provide the body with essential nutrients and superior protein which would keep my metabolism running at an optimum level while…

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welcome to feel good you!

Anyone else missing summer? Autumn is well and truly underway and my summer duvet has been switched to a thicker, cosier version. In fact, bed never felt so good. Having recently suffered a few weeks of disrupted shut-eye, I’m really conscious of creating the perfect sleep environment. Turn to p26 for our A-Z of better sleep and make nighttime the best time for you, too. If the shorter, colder days are bringing you down, it might be more than just a case of winter blues. On p12 we’ve got the lowdown on SAD. Getting outside is key, even when the weather doesn’t exactly appeal. Check out our hiking guide on p74 and transform your walk into a workout. At-home fitness more your thing? Flick to p80 for the new living room…

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feel good fast

PALETTE PERFECTION Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Eyeshadow Palette: The Golden Goddess, £39, John Lewis & Partners DON’T SWEAT IT Nike Run Dri-FIT Speed Leggings, £65, sizes xs-xxl, next.co.uk FIERCE FINISHING TOUCH Mini backpack, £149, Whistles GET YOUR KICKS Trainers, £52, La Redoute HEAVEN SCENT Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia Eau de Toilette, £58, 50ml, Selfridges OFF-DUTY STYLE Sweatshirt, £49.95, sizes 6-20, Joules SIP SENSIBLY Seedlip Spice 94 Non-alcoholic Spirit, £25.99, 70cl, Holland & Barrett TAKE A HIKE Boots, £75, Next BATTLE THE ELEMENTS Parka coat, £99, sizes 8-20, Kin by John Lewis & Partners PROTECT YOUR TECH Podevache iPad case, £48, amara.com LAID-BACK LUXE Sweatpants, £67, sizes xxs-xxl, J.Crew HAPPY HOME Cushion, £28, Oliver Bonas START THE DAY RIGHT Rude Health Granola Honey & Nuts, £4.15, Waitrose READY, SET, GLOW Kiehl’s Healthy Skin Essentials gift set, £45, feelunique.com LET THERE BE LIGHT Lamp, £35, Matalan Home SOUND IT OUT Wireless headphones, £59.99, urbanista.com/uk GOOD FOUNDATIONS Bra, £29.99, sizes 34B-38D, and briefs, £9.99, sizes 8-18, Lindex HAPPY FEET Ugg…

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what’s healthy right now?

Get fit for a good cause Looking for new kit? Tikiboo has joined forces with Breast Cancer Now to raise money to support essential breast cancer research. Prices start from £26.99 (sizes xs-xxl, tikiboo.co.uk). Turn to p86 for inspirational women fighting cancer with fitness. NEW FITBIT TECH SPEC The new Fitbit Versa 2 (£199.99, fitbit.com/uk) is the first-ever to connect to Amazon Alexa, and its infrared sensors can even estimate oxygen levels in your blood and detect subtle breathing changes as you sleep. Wow! Is yours the UK’s healthiest city? Would you spend £150 a month on self-care, such as supplements, gym memberships and alternative therapies? The people of Liverpool do, which is why it’s been named the UK’s most health-conscious city*. A glimpse of the future? While DNA kits are a great way to look at your…

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feeling blue?

Dread the dark nights and cold days? You’re not the only one – it’s normal to feel affected by the changing seasons. In fact, 57% of Britons experience low mood at this time of year compared to during the summer*. But if the onset of winter seems to be seriously impacting your life each year, then it could be seasonal affective disorder (also known as SAD). ‘As the days start getting noticeably shorter, some people find their mood becomes subdued,’ says LloydsPharmacy pharmacist Pareena Patel. ‘SAD is a type of depression that’s related to changes in seasons, which tends to start in the autumn and then becomes worse during December, January and February.’ Here’s what to watch out for, and how to beat it… It’s linked to our geography SAD is most…

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your sad handbook

1 DON’T PILE PRESSURE ON ‘Taking on too much will make you feel stressed and run down, so don’t overstretch yourself,’ says Mark Pinches, head of coaching at Westfield Health. ‘To help order your thoughts and stay productive, break down larger tasks into smaller ones and prioritise their importance.’ 2 EAT RIGHT ‘The winter leaves many of us craving starchy carbohydrates and, while these are a vital part of any diet, it’s important to strike a balance,’ says Dr Ramlakhan. ‘If you need a snack, fill up on foods like walnuts, bananas and tomatoes – they all help your body to produce serotonin. Diet also plays a significant role in the quality of sleep we have so it’s best to avoid having a heavy meal before bedtime. If you often wake up in…

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