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Liz Earle Wellbeing

Liz Earle Wellbeing Autumn 2018

Built on over 30 years of Liz Earle’s personal, award-winning advice, experience and research, our much-loved bi-monthly magazine brings you the best ways to look good and feel great. You’ll find each issue packed with tried-and-trusted recipes, inspirational ideas and simple ways to bring out the very best in you. Wellbeing wisdom you can trust is at the heart of all we do. Enjoy!

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United Kingdom
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English
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Liz Earle Associated Productions limited
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6 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
hello!

It’s a delight to be bringing you so many wonderful new ways to look good, feel good and live well. That has been my mantra since starting this special magazine over three years ago – and it’s a joy to hear from so many of you as our readership has grown along the way. Many of your requests are for ways to feel better as we get older, and this issue is packed with some of the best strategies for stronger, smoother skin, increased energy levels and genuinely helpful ways to age well. As always, we also feature the most fabulous food and recipe ideas, with delicious dishes that not only taste great, but nourish our body, bones and brain, too. There’s top travel destinations as well, and some amazing places…

1 min.
connect with us

Wellness with Liz Earle podcast Join Liz as she chats with a fellow wellbeing warrior for each episode of Wellness with Liz Earle, the ultimate wellbeing podcast. Covering everything from creating a glowing complexion, to better gut health, to making a difference in the community, to navigating the menopause and living better for longer. Subscribe to receive new episodes for free, and listen to the whole back catalogue at lizearlewellbeing.com/listen. SUBSCRIBE to Liz’s free podcast publication, Wellness with Liz Earle – simply scan this QR code with your phone, or go to lizearlewellbeing.com/listen @fenellacope on Instagram ONLINE Stop by lizearlewellbeing.com for delicious seasonal recipes, easy beauty hacks, the latest wellbeing advice and research, along with Liz and the team’s take on the health and wellbeing stories in the news. FACEBOOK Like the Liz Earle Wellbeing Facebook page…

3 min.
love british food

As an ambassador for Love British Food, Liz is working alongside farmers across the country to spread the message that #BritishFoodisGreat. The main focus is to prioritise British food as the supplier of choice in schools and hospitals. Join Liz in celebrating British Food Fortnight at events across the country from 22 September to 7 October, and thereafter by backing British farmers and buying local. Say cheese There’s good news for full-fat fans: new research by The University of Texas has found that consuming whole dairy products, such as full-fat milk, yoghurt, cheese and butter, is unlikely to lead to an early death. The study found no link between heart disease risk and dairy fat, and even suggested that certain types of dairy fat could help protect us from severe strokes. Don’t…

2 min.
beauty news

Hedgerow heroes It’s not just birds that benefit from hedgerow jewels. Rosehip oil can help improve scars, stretch marks and wrinkles. Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil (£19.50, trilogyproducts.com) is pure Rosa canina (rosehip) – massage two to three drops on to the face, morning and night. Hazelnut oil is also a popular base, and can be found in Clarins Contour Body Treatment Oil (£40, clarins.co.uk). To mix your own, try Fushi Organic Cold-Pressed Hazelnut Oil (£12, fushi.co.uk) as a base, with a few drops of neroli essential oil. PERFUME Seasonal scent Prolong the scent of summer blooms into the new season with Diptyque Do Son Eau de Parfum. It’s a divine and heady mix of tuberose, rose, orange leaves and pink peppercorns to uplift the senses. Naturally-derived botanicals linger longer on the skin, too. £70…

2 min.
botanicals skin-savers

ROSEHIP Rosa rubiginosa Rosehip oil is famed for its restorative powers. This is due, in part, to its high fatty acid content: namely linoleic and (more unusually) alpha-linolenic acid. Perfect for ageing skin, these lipids play an essential role in the defence and regeneration of skin cells. Rosehip oil also contains anti-ageing vitamin A in the form of trans-retinoic acid. While less potent than prescription and over-the-counter retinoids (learn more about vitamin A on page 28), there is evidence to suggest that rosehip oil can help to reduce the appearance of scarring, age and sun pigmentation, and even soften fine lines. Look out for cold-pressed varieties: this means the rosehip’s goodness hasn’t been degraded by heat during the extraction process. TRY IT For targeted restoration while you sleep, apply nightly to fine lines,…

8 min.
b12 the mood & brain booster

As vitamins go, B12 doesn’t get much airtime, which is surprising, as it plays such a significant and instrumental role in our daily health and vitality. Why do I need it? Having low levels of B12 can result in anaemia, a condition when the blood contains fewer red blood cells than normal, or less haemoglobin (used to carry oxygen around the body) than needed. When our organs don’t get what they need to perform optimally, it can lead to fatigue. Other symptoms include a sore tongue, mouth ulcers and a yellow tinge to the skin. This nutrient is also a vital ingredient in healthy nerve cells. Some of the specific symptoms associated with anaemia caused by B12 deficiency are pins and needles, difficulty walking and problems with memory. B12 has also been studied…