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Men's Health UK

May 2019

Men's Health is the UK's best-selling quality men's magazine packed with expert tips and advice on everything today's man needs to feel fitter, healthier, and happier. Every month Men's Health delivers the inside track on the subjects that matter most to men. Naturally there's fitness, weight loss and general health plus the best advice on food, nutrition and meal plans. The award-winning Men's Health also delivers the very best in sex and relationships, gear, style, grooming, travel and wealth. Small steps, big results: It's an essential read for any man who wants to make his life better without turning his world upside down.

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the expert panel

TONY RAOPSYCHIATRISTIs your dad drinking too much? In fact, are you? Dr Rao warns that boozing is a habit that baby boomers need to put a cork in p84ELIUD KIPCHOGEMARATHON CHAMPIONThe world record holder runs down why failure is a good thing, as he outlines the philosophy that keeps him ahead of the pack p37RICK MILLERPERFORMANCE DIETITIANAfter testing and tasting the best fitness nutrition products, Miller and the MH panel announce this year’s award winners p91ALEX HUNTERRESTAURATEURHunter explains why oily fish swimming in omega-3 is your alpha ingredient, and dishes up recipes to work in more benefits p18HAFÞÓR BJÖRNSSONWORLD’S STRONGEST MANBuilding a body of work as functional as it is gigantic is no small feat. Björnsson explains how a man can become a Mountain p24DON MCCULLINPHOTOJOURNALISTThe veteran war photographer shares…

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men's health

EDITOR IN CHIEF TOBY WISEMANDEPUTY EDITOR DAVID MORTONPHOTO DIRECTOR VICI CAVEART EDITOR JESSICA WEBBCOMMISSIONING EDITOR (PRINT AND DIGITAL) TED LANESTYLE ASSISTANT RICCARDO CHIUDIONIDEPUTY DIGITAL EDITOR ED COOPERDIGITAL EDITOR ROBERT HICKSCREATIVE DIRECTOR DECLAN FAHYEDITORIAL BUSINESS MANAGER RACHAEL CLARKART DIRECTOR WILLIAM JACKCHIEF SUBEDITOR YO ZUSHIJUNIOR FITNESS EDITOR MICHAEL JENNINGSSTYLE DIRECTOR ERIC DOWNFEATURES EDITOR SCARLETT WRENCHPICTURE EDITOR FRANKIE HILLDEPUTY STYLE EDITOR SHANE C KURUPJUNIOR DIGITAL WRITER DANIEL DAVIESEDITORIAL ENQUIRIES: CONTACT@MENSHEALTH.CO.UKMANAGING DIRECTOR, MEN’S LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND FITNESS ALUN WILLIAMSASSOCIATE PUBLISHER STEVEN MILESACTING SENIOR MARKETING MANAGER JESSICA HOWLEYBRAND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR JANE SHACKLETONSENIOR MARKETING EXECUTIVE PHILIPPA TURNERCLIENT DIVISIONMANAGING DIRECTOR, BEAUTY JACQUI CAVEDIRECTOR OF SPORT AND HEALTH ANDREA SULLIVANDIRECTOR OF FINANCE PETER CAMMIDGECLIENT DIRECT DIRECTOR, HEALTH AND LIFESTYLE NATASHA BAILEYDIRECTOR OF TRAVEL DENISE DEGROOTMANAGING DIRECTOR, LUXURY AND FASHION JACQUELINE EUWEDIRECTOR OF MOTORS JIM CHAUDRYCLIENT MANAGER, FITNESS VICTORIA…

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editor’s letter

What does it mean to be fit? According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), physical fitness is “the ability to carry out daily tasks with vigour and alertness, without undue fatigue, and with ample energy to enjoy leisure-time pursuits and respond to emergencies”. This might strike you as a pretty low bar – there’s no mention of muscle-ups or pistol squats, after all – but it just goes to show that a good condition is relative.At 42, I am currently exercising more frequently than I have done in around 15 years. But I’d be lying if I said that there weren’t occasional – OK, customary – weekend mornings when I fail to leap from my bed with the vigour and alertness expected of me by the…

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a chip on the old block

01 MOP OF THE FOOD CHAIN02 FRINGE BENEFITSA SIDE OF FRIES MAY BE THE MANE MEAL YOU NEED (WORDS: LOUEE DESSENT-JACKSON | PHOTOGRAPHY: JOBE LAWRENSON | *BIOMATERIALS)NUTRITION NEWSFEED 05/19Some men carry off hair loss with aplomb. Think of Jason Statham and Dwayne Johnson: they’re rocking it. But, for others, it’s a serious cause for concern. According to an Australian study, 40% of men who experience hair loss also lose confidence. Additionally, one in three men said that it lowered their self-esteem; one in five even said it led to feelings of depression.Ordinarily, we don’t recommend comfort eating as a solution but, in this case, we’re willing to make a delicious exception. Japanese scientists found that a chemical used in McDonald’s kitchens could be an unexpected ally in the fight against…

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work off the damage of your day job

As much as you might want to, it’s sometimes difficult to tear yourself away from your laptop or smartphone – that’s just modern working life. But it doesn’t mean you have to accept the resulting aches and a doughy middle as an inevitability. Trainer Eric Leija’s row-to-press flow is the cure for common office ailments: a move that will help rebuild the strength that sedentary jobs so often steal. Sitting for eight hours a day weakens your core muscles and turns your stabilisers to mush, placing more strain on your rotator cuffs and spine. Leija’s movement addresses both, challenging you to complete the row – an effective back-builder – while using your abs to maintain stability. “The stronger your back, the better you can stabilise your shoulders,” says Leija, who…

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oily fish

04 GILL POWER05 A FAT LOT OF GOOD01 CATCH OF THE DAYWhen you’re angling for superior health and fitness, adding oily fish to your menu is an obvious choice. But it’s not always an appetising one – think of the sweaty slice of smoked salmon you had for breakfast, or that sad tin of sardines you forked over your salad at lunch. But with the help of Alex Hunter of the London seafood restaurant Bonnie Gull, you can elevate these mainstays to Michelin-star status without losing their nutritional haul. They’re sure to have you hook, line and sinker.MACKERELProstate cancer is now a bigger killer than breast cancer. Mackerel clears the harmful free radicals in your blood, making you three times less likely to develop the disease.SALMONJust two portions per week…

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