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Health March 2019

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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United States
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English
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Meredith Corporation
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the bright side

A good friend told me a story years ago: When she went to visit her grandmother in the hospital, my friend said to her, “I’m so sorry you’re here.” “Yes,” her grandmother replied, sweeping her hand toward the window, “but look at the view.” It stuck with me. The ability to see the positive in almost any situation is a gift that some people are born with; research indeed shows that your genes are partially responsible for a sunny outlook (my friend and her own mom are both wonderfully optimistic, so there you go). But did you know that you can learn to look on the bright side? And that doing so can improve not just your mood but also your overall health? “The Power of Positivity,” on page 85, explains just…

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what makes you happy?

“Time with family and friends, stress-free workdays, and kick-ass workouts.”—ROZALYNN S. FRAZIERsenior fitness editor“Being at the beach—any beach, any time of year.” —CATHERINE DIBENEDETTO features director“Watching my little sister play basketball.”—ANNEKE KNOT assistant beauty editor“Completing a task that is out of my comfort zone.”—HEATHER MUIR MAFFEI beauty director“Texts from my mom. She manages to put a smile on my face even in the most stressful situations.” —LISA DESANTIS beauty editor“Reading a book in bed.”—SARAH KLEINsenior editor, Health.com“Cuddling with my two little boys.”—TARA LUSTBERGdeputy managing editor“Catching up with old friends.” —SAMANTHA LAURIELLOassistant editor, Health.com“Reading bedtime stories to my daughter.”—DAVID COOPERphoto director“A super-sweaty Spin class, a great Bloody Mary, and the occasional affection from my not-as-nice-as-she-looks dog.”—MICHAEL MCCORMICKdesign director…

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life @ health

MEET… David Cooper, photo director THE STRESS BUSTER THAT NEVER FAILS: I grew up playing handball in Brooklyn. To this day, whenever I feel stressed out, I head to the park to get in a few games with the fellas. MY MOST RECENT EPIPHANY: I do illustrations, and my multiracial 3-year-old loves pointing out when my drawings look like her. So in my work I’ve been trying to keep diversity and representation in mind. THE BOOK I’M READING NOW: Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain. SPRINGTIME MEANS: More daylight and more time to take my daughter to the park after work. Watching her run around without a care is the best way to spend those precious extra hours. Mix It Up! Are you getting a little sick of Spin? Or tired of Tabata? If you’re stuck in an exercise rut, check…

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sip before sleep

1. Spiced Majik Milk Blend together 2½ cups milk of your choice (we like unsweetened almond milk), ¾ teaspoon Blue Majik (a good-for-you extract from algae—find it on Amazon or at your local health-food store), and 1 teaspoon cardamom until smooth. Warm over low heat. 2. Cardamom-Rose Milk Blend 2½ cups milk of your choice (unsweetened vanilla almond milk is extra tasty here), 3 tablespoons of dried rose petals (find them at a tea shop), and 1 teaspoon of cardamom until smooth. Warm over low heat. 3. Coconut-Cashew Milk In a high-powered blender, blend 1½ cups raw cashews, 1½ cups coconut water, seeds from half of a vanilla bean, ¼ teaspoon turmeric, and 1 teaspoon ashwagandha (an herb used in Ayurvedic healing—find it on Amazon or at your local health-food store). Strain and warm over…

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what is compression flossing?

Hint: This has nothing to do with your teeth. Compression flossing refers to wrapping a band around a muscle group or joint while you work out or stretch, resulting in more joint mobility, says David Reavy, founder of React PT in Chicago and Health advisory board member. The restriction also encourages proper form. When you remove the band, blood flows back to the area, which promotes recovery. Intrigued? Give it a try with Voodoo Floss Bands (from $25.25; roguefitness.com).…

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radishes three ways

It’s a sure sign winter is (finally!) over when radishes start taking center stage at the farmers’ market. Full of fiber and vitamin C, these cabbage cousins pack a peppery bite that will liven up everything on your plate. Alana Chernila, author of Eating from the Ground Up, offers these ways to enjoy radishes—beyond crudités. 1. Savory Spread Chop radishes finely, and fold into softened butter with salt, lemon zest, and a squeeze of lemon juice. Enjoy on crostini or crackers. 2. Simple Side Cut in half, toss with olive oil and salt, and roast in a hot oven until golden. 3. Zingy Sauce Grate into yogurt with mint and lemon juice for a raita-like condiment.…

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