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Good Health Choices Magazine NZGood Health Choices Magazine NZ

Good Health Choices Magazine NZ

May 2019

Good Health Choices takes the guess work out of leading a healthy lifestyle. With nutrition advice, meal planners and pull out shopping lists, Good Health Choices is an essential tool for anyone wanting to lead a healthier, happier life.

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New Zealand
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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good for you

In difficult times, when it’s easy to feel like there is so much pain and suffering in the world, it’s important to begin by treating ourselves with kindness. When we are gentle with our own souls and respond to our physical and emotional needs we are much better equipped to extend those feelings to those around us. As healthy and happy individuals, we are more able to approach the world with openness, curiosity and concern for others.And did you know that when we are actively caring for the people in our community, the health benefits come back to us too? A review of multiple studies, which was published in the journal BMC Public Health, revealed that volunteering has favourable effects on depression, life satisfaction and wellbeing. There are many…

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good health choices magazine nz

EDITORIAL Editor Nicky Dewe Creative Director Louise Thomson Feature Writers Monique McKenzie, Erin Fisher Senior Designer Artia Simamora Designers Archie Blohm, Bobby Saunders Chief Sub Editor Michelle Joe Sub Editor Julia Braybrook Editorial Assistant Simone Momberg Beauty Composed by beautyheaven.co.nz – Skincare editor Sarah Simpson, Makeup & fragrance editor Megan Bedford, Body & health editor Lucy Slight, Hair editor Phoebe Watt, Celebrity editor Amy Houlihan, 40+ editor Tracy Davis, beautyheaven editor Erin Berryman Contributors Penny Adams, Sophia Auld, Yasmin Boland, Robert Carter III, Melanie Cooper, Debbie Duncan, Carly Flynn, Jennifer Garth, Angie Humphreys, Elli Jacobs, Lutz Jänke, Christina Leon, Heidi Lindahl, Sarah Marinos, Lisa Matson, Trudie McConnochie, Melanie McGrice, Greer Melrose, Sally-Ann Mullin, Craig Rodger, Mike Rooke, Kirti…

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have your say

SHARING THE LOVE I picked up your magazine, hoping to find some health inspiration, and I’m so glad to say I wasn’t disappointed. You cover such a broad range of topics on healthy living, which made for a really interesting and varied read. As a first-time reader (and a bit of a girly girl), I was pleasantly surprised to see tips on things like makeup and perfume as well. I will definitely be sharing the mag around my family and girlfriends too! – Chelsea LITTLE STEPS Hi! I just wanted to write in and say how much I really liked your take on ways to slash sugar from your diet. As a self-confessed sugar addict, I’m constantly trying to find ways around eating processed sugar. Breaking it down into…

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write in and win!

This month’s star letter wins a 1Above prize pack featuring 10 tubes of 1Above Effervescent Tablets, valued at $250! 1Above is a next-level infusion of the super antioxidant pycnogenol, plus vitamins and electrolytes to reboot and support your energy for all occasions. Each tube contains 10 tablets and is available in either berry or citrus flavour. Available at live1above.com. …

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body talk

Reading about Brodie Kane’s training for marathons and the big Coast to Coast race resonated with me. Her dedication to achieving her goals is infectious. I also admire how Brodie isn’t into ridiculous diets. During my teenage years I spent too much time trying to get the best body and I would always compare myself to everyone else. I have now learnt that I just need to focus on myself, smash my personal goals and be happy in my own skin. That is my secret recipe to good wellbeing – both physically and mentally! The magazine also provides some great healthy recipes, which have given me new ideas of yummy treats and recipes to fuel my gym sessions and runs. – Catherine …

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rest assured

Do you toss and turn at night, your body feels exhausted but your overstimulated mind refuses to quieten down and switch off? As you get more and more frustrated, the hours tick by and before you know it your alarm starts beeping and you’re wondering how much coffee you’ll need to get you through the day on no sleep. If this sound familiar, you’re not alone. Approximately 20 percent of the world suffers from insomnia – but the good news is it is possible to reset your sleep patterns. Here are some unusual ways of powering down that could help speed your way to Dreamland… Eat dinner by candlelight The less blue light you expose yourself to in the hours leading up to bedtime, the better.…

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