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Woman & Home Feel Good YouWoman & Home Feel Good You

Woman & Home Feel Good You January 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!

I cannot believe that 2018 is behind us. What a year it was – the coldest winter (it turned practically Arctic), and one of the hottest summers on record. Now, as we enjoy the start of a new year, many of us set resolutions. I always set myself some “fun” goals – book a trip, study something or other, invest in a new handbag that I “want” not “need” – and then a few lifestyle changes, like limiting dessert to three nights a week (pah!), increasing my intake of iron-rich foods, practising yoga at least once a week… Starting the year with a plan gives you that extra motivation, particularly through these colder months, when hibernating indoors is suddenly very appealing. Want to rejig your exercise this NY? Turn to…

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feel good fast

Use as an exfoliator or as a mask by mixing with water, yogurt, honey or any facial oil Ideal for workout kit, walks and day-to-day stuff Also available as a two-seater. Sit back and relax… A grippy surface means no sliding, plus it’s made from material that resists tearing and scratching NIGHT IN? These treats are an absolute essential. You might struggle to share them though……

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what’s healthy right now?

GUT-FRIENDLY, GREAT-TASTING! Did you know that 49% of Brits regularly experience stomach pains, bloating and flatulence*? Help is here in the form of Genius’s Good For The Gut range. It’s glutenfree, milk-free and contains chicory root inulin to help normal gut function. From £1.75, Sainsbury’s and Ocado. How smart is your pillow? Ditch your bog-standard ordinary pillow – it’s time for an upgrade. The Soundsaleep pillow comes with a Bluetooth speaker, which connects to an app to analyse your sleep. It also manages your snoring and comes with an alarm. Plus, you can listen to music or audio books to help you drift off. £50, soundasleeppillow.co.uk 1/5 Brits are “too busy” to see a doctor or dentist. The study, by Pharmacy2U, also found 17% of us don’t have time to eat breakfast, while 24% have…

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top 2019 health trends

1 AT-HOME FITNESS Forget old-school fitness DVDs – real-time exercise classes can now be live-streamed to your TV so you can take part without stepping foot outside your home. Wearable tech (a chest strap) then transfers your stats to the screen, and you can compare progress with others on a real-time leader board. Try FIIT (£120 a year, fiit.tv), which offers a variety of classes by leading personal trainers. Convenient, comfortable and usually cheaper than going to the gym. 2 MESO-NUTRIENTS You might have heard about macro-nutrients – food groups such as proteins, fats and carbs – and maybe even micro-nutrients – vitamins and minerals – but in 2019 it’s all about the meso-nutrient! “These are beneficial active compounds in the foods you eat that makes them good for you,” explains nutritionist Kim…

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keep your calm this year

From moving house to taking a flight, we all have our stressful moments. But, if you’re one of the 44% of us who suffer from persistent stress*, it can affect everything from your emotional health to your waistline – and even life expectancy. “Stress can have a huge impact on your health,” says psychologist Susan Scott, author of Life Force: The Revolutionary 7-Step Plan For Optimum Energy (£14.99, Eclipse Publishing & Media, out in April). “When stressed, you are more likely to eat the wrong foods, smoke more and exercise less, exacerbating the decline in your health. Plus, stress also affects the integrity of our telomeres. These are little caps at each end of the strands of DNA on our chromosomes (they carry our genetic material) – it’s rather like the…

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how stress is affecting your body

BRAIN Too much cortisol is toxic for the brain, resulting in anxiety disorders, depression and dementia. Insomnia is also caused by high cortisol levels. HAIR Stress can be a psychological catalyst for the compulsion to pull your hair out, and also releases hormones that can lead to hair loss and make nails brittle. NECK/SHOULDERS Tense muscles, particularly in the neck and shoulders, leading to headaches and other pains. This affects the average person twice a month, says AXA PPP Healthcare. HEART The release of adrenaline raises your heart rate and blood pressure. Internal organs such as the liver, brain and heart go into overdrive. Those affected by high blood pressure caused by stress are 50% more likely to suffer from heart problems. LUNGS Breathing becomes shallow, blood is diverted away from non-vital areas, dampening the immune system, and the…

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