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Good Health Choices Magazine NZ

November 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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12 Numéros


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happy days

I can remember many times as a child when I quite literally jumped for joy. There was the time I bagged second prize in the school art competition and was rewarded with a mind-blowing $10, and the time my teacher forgot to call on me in the speech contest. As a teenager, I bounced up and down involuntarily when I learnt I got ‘Honours’ for my elementary ballet exam (the result of my previous exam was a very disappointing ‘Pass Plus’) and again when I heard I would be heading to Germany on exchange. Don’t get me wrong – there have been many joyous moments in my adult life. I am blessed with two awesome children, a great husband and two adorable stepchildren, but I don’t leap around quite so much any…

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good health choices magazine nz

EDITORIAL Editor-in-Chief Nicky Dewe Editor Amy Prebble Creative Director Louise Thomson Feature Writers Erin Fisher, Monique McKenzie Beauty Editor Sarah Simpson Senior Designer Bobby Saunders Designers Archie Blohm, Robyn Te Whata Chief Sub Editor Michelle Joe Sub Editors Julia Braybrook, Cassie Birrer Editorial Assistant Simone Momberg Beauty Composed by beautyheaven.co.nz – Skincare, body and health editor Sarah Simpson, Makeup & fragrance editor Megan Bedford, Hair editor Phoebe Watt, Celebrity editor Amy Houlihan, 40+ editor Tracy Davis, beautyheaven editor Erin Berryman Contributors Penny Adams, Kylie Bailey, Yasmin Boland, Susie Burrell, Michele Chevalley Hedge, Lizzy Dening, Debbie Duncan, Nicola Feeney, Jennifer Garth, Jo Hartley, Carolyn Haslett, Maria Hoyle, Angie Humphreys, Elli Jacobs, Christina Leon, Heidi Lindahl, Trudie McConnochie, Melanie McGrice, Greer Melrose, Linda Music, Cath Muscat, Sarah Murphy, Mike Rooke, Larraine Sathicq ADVERTISING & MARKETING Commercial Brand Manager Karen Hill (09) 300 4281 Advertising Coordinator Erin Craig…

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at a glance

Turn your life around How to manage – and even prevent – type 2 diabetes Bust your time-wasting procrastination habits The power of choosing your emotions Sit back and relax Jay-Jay Feeney on body image and mental health Our pick of mindful and sustainable goodies The unexpected health benefits of reading Read up on relationships A sex therapist debunks common myths Identifying and dealing with toxic relationships Ho’oponopono: the art of forgiveness Become your best self: be informed, be nourished, be energised, be inspired, simply be... Feel good in your skin A nutritionist’s philosophy: eat, drink and still shrink Simply smashing – a toning, tennis-inspired workout A guide to the most popular types of yoga Reasons to get excited about growing older Foodie inspiration Nature’s superfoods to brighten up your day Discover your dosha diet type Delicious and energising meal ideas Healthy grazing: drool-worthy raw donuts Beauty and body New research that could improve…

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have your say

TEST OF TIME I purchase many health magazines, and happily pass them on to family and friends once I’ve finished with them. I cannot part with my Good Health magazines however, as there is always something I can refer back to. I’ve even kept a copy dating back to 2006, when it was known as Good Medicine. Thanks for continuing to produce a great mag month after month. – Olga A NEED TO READ Sitting on a plane in tears, feeling exhausted and emotional, wondering what life’s all about, I picked up your magazine with Shelley Ferguson on the front cover. I flicked through the first few pages and there it was: an article that was talking to me. Take time out, it said. It’s okay to say no, it wrote. Reconnect with…

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how to save a life

What a well-informed, amazing magazine you produce. It is packed with so much relevant information for New Zealanders. In saying that, I thought us like-minded women would be interested in some information I learned today. My sister-in-law is currently in hospital receiving a blood transfusion and I was alarmed to discover that less than four percent of eligible New Zealanders are blood donors. Many of us have children, brothers, sisters and parents, and I truly believe we can help. We are a group of resilient women in New Zealand, we can donate and save lives. Thanks, ladies. You are amazing! – Mrs Skinner…

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change your mind

There are now cures, vaccines and medications for many debilitating health conditions. Unfortunately, dementia isn’t yet one of them. Until there is, the best way to protect yourself from experiencing a decline in memory and cognitive function is to implement healthy lifestyle changes as early as possible. » What you eat has an impact on the health of your heart and blood vessels, and the healthier these systems are, the better the blood flow will be to your brain. Current evidence suggests that following a Mediterranean diet rich in whole grains, fruits, vegetables, fish, nuts and seeds, with small amounts of meat and dairy, is the best way to protect the brain and memory. » Don’t skip cardio! There is solid evidence that doing aerobic exercise like walking, swimming, jogging or cycling…