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Good Health November 2018

Good Health - for people with a healthy attitude to life! Our aim is to make Good Health informative, up-to-date, relevant to women´s lives and entertaining. Every issue is packed with information - cutting edge medical advances, psychology, relationship, kids, food, beauty and much more. Above all, we want to empower our readers with a sense that they can do something POSITIVE to enjoy a long and healthy life.

Land:
Australia
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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welcome

GOOD ON YOU A couple of weeks ago, I won Editor of the Year at an industry awards ceremony. I can’t tell you how excited I was to hear my name called out and to step up on stage to collect my prize. Typically I’m not one to pat myself on the back much. I have an innate fear that if I allow myself to feel too pleased I will immediately be met with some kind of disastrous humiliation. Pride comes before a fall, after all. For this reason I’m much more at home when judging my efforts with a critical eye, always looking for ways that I could have done better. But one of the things I’ve learned from this very magazine is that it’s really important to…

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have your say

(COVER PHOTOGRAPHY YIANNI ASPRADAKIS) PACE YOURSELF What an awesome magazine! You’ve done it again in your October issue, especially your article ‘Epic Fail’. Highlighting Einstein’s quote, “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new” – how true this is, yet we forget no matter what age we are. ‘Take it slowly’ is my favourite part of the article. As Trish points out, we all have different levels of ‘freak out’ and that’s okay. It’s not a race, we will get to where we want to get to at our own pace. Baby steps! I continue to say to my son who is 13, ‘it’s okay to make mistakes’ and of course remind myself too. He read the article and we did the quiz together. Very powerful.…

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have you heard…

Many of us are listening to podcasts to while away our commute, distract us at the gym, or even lull us to sleep. And with more than half a million podcasts out there, we’re certainly spoiled for choice! Here are the wellness-themed podcasts we’ve been tuning into lately. 1 The Slow Home Podcast If you need some help learning to unwind and create a less hectic life then Brooke McAlary is your lady. The author of Slow: Simple Living for a Frantic World has lots of great techniques for teaching us to cool our jets and simplify the way we live. From daily mindfulness to slow relationships, you’ll find it at slowyourhome.com. 2 The BodyLove Project We’re all about body positivity, but it can be hard to…

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health now

WALK IT OFF Moving more is often recommended for those at risk of congestive heart failure – where the heart isn’t pumping blood as well as it should be. And a study from the University of Buffalo in New York found that walking may be especially beneficial for older women. Researchers looked at the data from just over 35,000 postmenopausal women. They found that for each additional 30-45 minutes of exercise, the risk of developing heart failure was reduced by nine per cent – and the intensity of exercise didn’t matter. Researchers say that because length matters more than intensity, walking is an especially good treatment – not only does it show a protective association with heart failure, it’s also by far the most commonly reported physical activity in…

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ada’s balancing act

‘I was waking up tired all the time because my mind wouldn’t stop’ If you happen to bump into Ada Nicodemou around Sydney – she’s always up for a fan photo, by the way – don’t be surprised if she seems like she’s in a hurry. The bubbly Home and Away star has a to-do list longer than her popular character Leah Patterson-Baker’s list of relationship disasters.Fortunately, her multitasking game is strong. In fact, when the 41-year-old phones Good Health and Wellbeing for our interview, she’s driving home after a long day of filming – “I do my phone calls in the car – when I’m at home with [my son] Johnas, I don’t have my phone anywhere near me because I want to try and focus on…

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ada’s favourite things

FILMNostalgically, I’ll say Grease. MUSICIAN Michael Jackson. HOLIDAY DESINATIONS There’s so many! Santorini, New York or anywhere in Italy. BEAUTY PRODUCTS You can’t live without a good mascara, and Cetaphil cleanser; it’s so gentle and it’s really cheap. FOODPlain gnocchi napolitana; fresh crab is another one. For dessert, a baked ricotta cheesecake, panna cotta or crème caramel. My mum makes this Cypriot ravioli, it’s got haloumi and mint through it, and she makes the pasta from scratch, and that is insane! FRAGRANCE Narciso Rodriguez. TV SHOW The Sopranos or Breaking Bad. ■…

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