Top Sante August 2018

Top Sante is the healthy lifestyle magazine for sophisticated women. Packed with the latest tips, expert advice and inspirational ideas on how to look after every aspect of your wellbeing, we'll help you look great, feel inspired and be happy in your own body. Every month we advise you on: - Health - Psychology: insightful solutions leaving you empowered to live a happier and lighter life. - Beauty: anti-ageing advice and tips that will encourage you to look your glowing beautiful best. - Fitness: the latest trends and inspirational ideas on how to stay fit and healthy. - Diet: healthy recipes for those that love food Top Sante. For the sophisticated lady.

United Kingdom
Kelsey Publishing Group
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12 Números

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a summer to remember!

The sun cream’s been bought, the bags are packed: I’m heading off to spend the next fortnight relaxing on the beach. I’ve always loved being near water and now I’ve discovered it’s my inner cavewoman calling the shots. Finding water satisfies one of our deepest instincts, and just looking at it gives our tired brains a boost – read more about the benefits of being beside the seaside on page 14. We’ve also been distracting ourselves in the heat by thinking up ways to keep cool, including the using the secrets of Ayurveda (p36), harnessing the healing power of herbs (p20) and beating night sweats (p52). This last feature is part of our menopause special, as we tackle what was once a taboo and discover how to embrace this new…

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the top santé manifesto

At Top Santé we believe every woman has the ability to maximise her health and beauty at any age and regardless of her health history. With a balanced diet, effective exercise and a positive mindset, you can stay younger for longer, inside and out. We’ll bring you the latest information regarding wellbeing, fitness, food and beauty, empowering you to make informed choices now and for your future health. What’s gone before can’t be undone or redone, so leave it in the past and focus on what you can change today. We’re here to help you on that path to better health, one small step at a time.…

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this month i’m...

MESSING AROUND IN BOATS... to celebrate my husband’s birthday. It’s amazing what a good workout a little bit of canoeing gives you – and the buzz you get from it is amazing! BOOSTING MY SKIN... inside and out by taking some Healthspan Tan & Defend Skin Supplements, to give it extra support in the sun, so it stays protected and looking its best. KEEPING ICE COOL... with my new water bottle from Hydro Flask – it’s super stylish and almost impossible to scratch, and best of all, it really works!…

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our contributors

Deborah Garlick Deborah is the founder of and is featured in the ’Change and Grow’ feature. ’I’m a menopausal woman so looking after my long-term health is a priority. I’m on holiday this month, at a hotel where there are gym instructors, so I’ll go to classes every other day – looking after my health doesn’t stop when I’m away!’ Julie Montague Julie is one of London’s top yoga and nutrition teachers, an author, and the brains behind the wellness site She is leading the yoga section of the Wanderlust Triathlon on September 15. ’This month I’ll be having a long overdue holiday for 10 days in Sicily with my husband and kids.’ Lynne Robinson Lynne is founder of Body Control Pilates and author of many books on the subject. You can try…

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your healthy august

HOT-FLUSH HEADPHONES If you’ve been plagued by hot flushes – and with this summer’s weather who hasn’t been? – there may soon be an answer. Pioneering research into the way certain sounds affect brainwaves, and subsequently hormones, has been carried out by Wake Forest University in the US. Women in the trial wore sensors to pick up signals given off by the nervous system when a hot flush was about to occur. The headsets they were wearing then emitted a sound to ‘correct’ the signal and cut off the symptom by prompting the brain to release oestrogen. Studies to eventually create special headphones are under way, but in the meantime search on YouTube for ‘binaural beats for oestrogen’. CURB SOME CALORIES Whether it’s birthday cake, a bake sale, or a well-meaning colleague’s trip…

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your august reading inspiration

Best for personal stories The World is a Nice Place: How to overcome adversity, joyfully (£12.99, Hay House). Written from Amy Molloy’s first person perspective of overcoming life’s challenges, with input from other survivors of adversity, this book inspires readers with practical tools. Best for seeking joy Joyful: The surprising power of ordinary things to create extraordinary happiness (£20, Rider, pub. September). Designer and ‘thought leader’ Ingrid Fetell Lee looks at the ‘aesthetics of joy’ and guides readers how to find their own personal joy triggers, either from within, or out in the wider world. Best for self help The Perfection Detox: Tame your inner critic, live bravely and unleash your joy (£13.99, De Capo Lifelong Books) Health and wellness expert Petra Kolber looks at how self assessment and shedding unhelpful stresses and emotions can bring lasting joy.…