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Health June 2018

Enjoy living the healthy life with solutions and advice from the experts at HEALTH magazine! Each issue is packed with smart and fun new ways to stay in terrific shape, look amazing and discover tasty (and healthy!) things to eat. For annual or monthly subscriptions (on all platforms except iOS), your subscription will automatically renew and be charged to your provided payment method at the end of the term unless you choose to cancel. You may cancel at any time during your subscription in your account settings. If your provided payment method cannot be charged, we may terminate your subscription.

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English
Publisher:
Meredith Corporation
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10 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
from the editor

We tend to measure health in ways that are quantifiable: the number of miles we run, calories we consume, hours we sleep. But at Health we believe that one of the most essential components of wellness is something that’s trickier to calculate: how joyful you feel. The thing is, happiness and good health are linked; studies show that a sense of well-being can boost our immune system, make our hearts healthier, and maybe even add years to our lives. But carving out time to do the things that make you happy is not easy—something I tend to think about when I’m crushed between strangers’ bodies on the subway or when it’s been weeks since I’ve talked to my best friend. How, I often wonder, can I do everything I need…

1 min.
how joyful are you?

A few months ago, I sat down with Ford and had a powerful conversation about women. I told them that one of my goals at Health is to help readers like you feel more joy on a daily basis. What impressed me most during our talk was Ford’s commitment to helping women progress in all areas of their lives, and we decided to team up on a survey. We asked people around the country to tell us what adds to and detracts from their feeling joyful. Throughout the issue, look for little touts like this one for some of the fascinating results—then turn to page 90 for even more facts and advice.…

1 min.
who we’re following on insta

@samzawrites “Sam posts relatable, quirky, and empowering calligraphy messages to Instagram. She actually turned to calligraphy as a way to cope with her anxiety.” —Jacqueline Andriakos, senior editor @minimalistbaker “Dana Shultz shares mouthwatering (plantbased!) recipes, and many only require 10 ingredients or less. Her page’s aesthetic is as pleasing as her dishes.” —Blake Bakkila, assistant editor @namvo “Nam Vo is a makeup artist who specializes in glowy skin (her #namvoglow is Instafamous!), and she always gives tips in her Stories.” —Bella Gerard, editorial assistant @healthmagazine @goodhealth @health @health…

1 min.
new on health.com

1 PREPPED AND READY TO GO With the 101 things on your to-do list, meal prepping may feel overwhelming. But a few hacks can make it so much easier! Check out nutritionists’ go-to tricks at health.com/meal-prep-ideas. 2 ABS-OLUTELY STRONG Forget swimsuit season. Here’s a better reason to strive for a rock-hard core: A strong midsection can improve both posture and balance. For a 30-minute ab-toning Pilates routine you can do at home, go to health.com/strong-abs. 3 LIGHTEN UP Dark undereye circles are seriously frustrating, especially when you’re trying to look fresh-faced for summer. Head to health.com/dark-circles to find out what causes those shady hollows and what you can do to get rid of them. DUNHAM, ARI MICHELSON; MAKEUP BY KINDRA MANN USING CHARLOTTE TILBURY @ TMG-LA; INSTAGRAM IMAGES COURTESY OF USERS; PRODUCT IMAGE COURTESY OF MANUFACTURER…

1 min.
what the heck is a fat ball?

They sound odd, but these bites have been all over social media—and with good reason! The typically vegan and gluten-free snacks incorporate ingredients high in healthy fats, like nuts and chia and hemp seeds, which keep you satiated. “Chia seeds contain fiber, protein, as well as omega-3 fatty acids, which have anti-inflammatory benefits,” says Frances Largeman-Roth, RDN, a New York City–based nutritionist and author of Eating in Color. Try them at home by using Largeman-Roth’s recipe (right). PB-Chia Energy Bites Active time: 15 minutes Total time: 45 minutes Makes: 15 ½ cup smooth peanut butter, at room temperature1/3 cup chia seeds1/3 cup hemp seeds1 Tbsp. coconut butter¼ cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1/ In a bowl, mix the peanut butter with chia and hemp seeds and coconut butter. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 20–30 minutes,…

1 min.
it’s baaack! neon sunscreen

Of course you wear sunscreen to prevent cancer and aging, but the mineral sunscreen company Bare Republic is giving you another reason to swipe on SPF—six scented Neon Sunscreen Sticks ($9 each; target.com). They all contain SPF 50, pack nourishing ingredients (such as pomegranate seed oil), and are just plain fun. While you should still slather on your favorite sunscreen first, these sticks give you the ability to get creative (and make for colorful IG pics). Use Lightning Yellow to draw on under-eye stripes, or opt for a mermaid vibe with Electric Blue and Goblin Green. If you’re going to a concert or festival, pick up a three-pack so you can go all-out.…