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Men's Health UK

Men's Health UK

January/February 2020

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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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst Magazines UK
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11 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

1 min.
the expert panel

HENRY CAVILL ACTOR, SUPERHERO Hollywood’s most dedicated action star shares what he learned while training for his new show, The Witcher p46 STUART HERITAGE JOURNALIST AND AUTHOR In the first of a new series exploring modern manhood, Heritage skewers the corrosive effects of fat shaming p35 CALLUM MELLY PERSONAL TRAINER The vegan backlash has begun: is going meat-free worth it? We consult Melly and others to sift the facts from the fiction p112 WILL SELF NOVELIST In these uncertain times, well-being has become a £22bn global business. Self goes in search of spiritual education p74 ANDREW BADDELEY OLYMPIC RUNNER From weight loss to a 20-minute 5K, turn your resolutions into reality with Baddeley and our crack team of advisers p52 DAVID SABATINI BIOLOGIST Is ageing optional? MH speaks to the biologist whose discovery helped to kick off a revolution in longevity science p60…

2 min.
men's health uk

EDITOR IN CHIEF TOBY WISEMAN DEPUTY EDITOR DAVID MORTON PHOTO DIRECTOR VICI CAVE ART EDITOR JESSICA WEBB COMMISSIONING EDITOR (PRINT AND DIGITAL) TED LANE STYLE ASSISTANT RICCARDO CHIUDIONI DEPUTY DIGITAL EDITOR ED COOPER CREATIVE DIRECTOR DECLAN FAHY EDITORIAL BUSINESS MANAGER RACHAEL CLARK ART DIRECTOR WILLIAM JACK CHIEF SUBEDITOR YO ZUSHI SENIOR SUBEDITOR JUSTIN GUTHRIE SOCIAL MEDIA AND CONTENT MANAGER JOY EJARIA STYLE DIRECTOR ERIC DOWN FEATURES EDITOR SCARLETT WRENCH PICTURE EDITOR SARAH ANDERSON DEPUTY STYLE EDITOR SHANE C KURUP DIGITAL EDITOR ROBERT HICKS DIGITAL WRITER DANIEL DAVIES EDITORIAL ENQUIRIES: CONTACT@MENSHEALTH.CO.UK MANAGING DIRECTOR, MEN’S LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND FITNESS ALUN WILLIAMS ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER STEVEN MILES BRAND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR JANE SHACKLETON SENIOR MARKETING EXECUTIVE PHILIPPA TURNER CLIENT DIVISION MANAGING DIRECTOR, BEAUTY JACQUI CAVE DIRECTOR OF SPORT AND HEALTH ANDREA SULLIVAN DIRECTOR OF FINANCE PETER CAMMIDGE CLIENT DIRECT DIRECTOR, HEALTH AND LIFESTYLE NATASHA BAILEY DIRECTOR OF TRAVEL DENISE DEGROOT MANAGING DIRECTOR, LUXURY AND FASHION JACQUELINE EUWE DIRECTOR OF MOTORS JIM CHAUDRY CLIENT MANAGER, FITNESS VICTORIA SLESSAR CLIENT…

2 min.
editor’s letter

New Year’s resolutions have never really been my thing. For starters, January has always struck me as a terrible time to renounce anything – what with the short, dark days, shot immune systems and barren bank accounts, things are dismal enough as it is. Also, as someone who has, over the years, tried to lay off smoking (successful), sugar (sporadic) and alcohol (hopeless), I know that these are things that cannot be timetabled or turned off like a tap. You need to be in the zone, to be primed; you need to really, really want it. Being bored of a month-long hangover is not the same as conviction. But the main reason I dislike resolutions is that they inevitably involve prohibition. I am instinctively, intensely against the strict denial of anything.…

1 min.
eat like a caveman to render fat extinct

When you’re on the hunt for reliable dietary advice, it can be hard to know where to turn. From eliminating ingredients and restricting your meals to specific “time windows”, there’s more than one way to skim the fat. Helpfully, scientists have crowned the true OG of eating plans the most effective. It’s time to take nutrition back to basics. A review of 11 separate studies by researchers at Ceará State University in Brazil found that a Palaeolithic diet led to significantly more weight loss (3.5kg on average) than going Mediterranean or Nordic. Paleo – also known as the caveman diet – is nothing new. After all, it’s supposed to follow the example of our Stone Age ancestors. However, its simple formula of choosing whole, unprocessed foods has modern scientific backing, and…

2 min.
double down on fat loss

The New Year, New You campaign is back – and this time, it’s going to stick. Though we encourage a wide range of objectives, we know that fat loss will be prominent on most people’s wish lists. So, if you want to burn off your winter belly but still have time to train for a 5K PB or learn a language (see page 52), you need an exercise armoury promising maximum calorie burn in minimum time. The barbell burpee is an all-in-one workout, crucial during the New Year rush when gym space is at a premium. It fuses two high-impact exercises – the deadlift and burpee – for fat loss on a tight schedule. “They’re compound moves, which means you’re recruiting multiple muscle groups at once,” explains PT Alex Crockford. “By…

4 min.
the health snob’s guide to root veg

01 DIG FOR VICTORY Life on the low-carb bandwagon is a bumpy ride – you’re likely to fall off before too long. Equally, supersets of brown rice and sweet potato can quickly become tiresome. The solution is to unearth the neglected nutritional benefits of root vegetables. Promote these alternative carbs from side dish to star of the show with the culinary know-how of Nick Deverell-Smith, chef patron at the Cotswolds gastropub the Churchill Arms (churchillarms.co). Believe us, you’ll be hungry for an encore. A CARROTS Though they might not quite give you night vision, carrots are a must-eat for men. Packed with beta-carotene and vitamin E, they help to boost your sperm count and improve your prostate health. B BEETROOT When it comes to post-workout fuel, purple reigns. The high concentration of nitrates helps to…