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Woman & Home Feel Good You

Woman & Home Feel Good You July 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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welcome to feel good you!

Holiday season is here and I’m very excited to get away, relax and enjoy a bit of sun. Plus holidays are the ideal time to make the most of easy access to a swimming pool – check out our swimming workout plan on p74 to turn a gentle dip into something to counterbalance all those delicious cocktails! And make sure you look the part while you’re at it with the gorgeous round-up of sporty but stylish swimwear on p78. Not jetting off? Recreate that holiday feeling with our 20 tips – from eating al fresco to prioritising sex (p12), plus, if the UK weather starts to play up, fake a gorgeous glow with our expert bronzing tips and top products (p58). Of course faking a tan is just fine, but in our…

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feel good fast

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what’s healthy right now?

Buy of the month Femal is a natural supplement to help ease menopause symptoms, such as hot flushes and low mood. Hormone-free, it’s made from a compound in grass pollen, which helps balance serotonergic neurons in the brain, a disruption of which is often linked to menopausal symptoms. £26.20 for one month’s supply, femal.co.uk Tune in to another dimension Not sure where to go for health advice? What about trying the “other side”? The Universally Speaking radio show is hosted by spiritual counsellor Margaret Bowman and clairvoyant-medium Ruth Phillips, and gives tips with a help from spirit side. Weekdays, 11am-1pm, jackradio.com PICK UP SOME PILI Say bye to the Brazil, and move over macadamia, the newest nut for health food fans to try is the pili. With a buttery texture, they’re packed with zinc, B…

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give your head a holiday

We all love getting away from it all – no emails, no day-to-day commitments and (hopefully!) no rain. However, once we’ve returned home, the stresses of life can start to creep up on us. But holiday bliss can last once you’re back – all it takes is a little know-how. Follow our expert-approved tips to recreate that holiday feeling all day, every day. Take a siesta When you’re on holiday, it’s permissible to have a little snooze by the pool or in your room to escape the heat of the afternoon sun. A nap after lunch can reduce stress, help cardiovascular functions and improve alertness, according to a report from the Spanish Society of Primary Care Physicians. Shut your eyes for a maximum of 30 minutes in a comfortable armchair – not…

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eat like the europeans

1 Eat real food Our European neighbours tend to eat good quality food and fresh, local, seasonal produce, which leaves them more satisfied and less likely to snack. Eat cheese, yogurt and bread in moderation, rather than low-fat/diet versions. Include the cornerstones of the traditional Mediterranean diet, too – olive oil, nuts, fish, lean meat, fresh vegetables and fruit – rather than relying on packets and ready-meals. 2 Cook with spices Enjoying the spicy foods that you tried on holiday could boost your health. Chilli peppers can speed up your metabolism and make you eat more slowly, giving the brain more time to register fullness. Get into the habit of using spices instead of salt and pepper. 3 Dine at the table You could be breakfasting from the hotel buffet or dining al fresco at…

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get outside!

TRY A STRESS-BUSTING WORKOUT A great way to keep that relaxed holiday feeling going is to keep stress at bay when you come back. “Stress shortens the muscles, leaving you feeling tense and tight. It can creep into your lives once you’ve returned from a holiday,” says Sarah Vrancken, qualified fitness and Pilates expert. Try an online Pilates workout such as the ones on kalmpilates.com. “Just roll out your mat outside and help keep body and mind relaxed.” DITCH THE CAR Chances are you walked or hired a bike on your summer break. So get out of the habit of using the car for short journeys once you’re back at home. According to a study from Harvard, walking for 20 minutes a day reduces the risk of heart disease by 30%. What’s more,…