Top Sante February 2019

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.

País:
United Kingdom
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Kelsey Publishing Group
Periodicidad:
Monthly
USD 4.11
USD 30.30
12 Números

en este número

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oh baby, it’s cold outside!

What better reason to get snuggled up and warm indoors with those you love? Yes, we know that Valentine’s Day is basically just an opportunity to sell cards and chocolates, but it’s also a bit of fun during these colder months, and it encourages us to cherish those who mean so much to us. So, this issue we’re embracing love in all its forms: celebrating the benefits of being kind and loving in The Kindness Revolution (p14), working out how to sleep happily with our partner in Bedtime Bliss (p26) and spicing things up in the bedroom with eight ways to improve your sex life naturally (p44), plus you can discover how to balance your hormones – and boost your libido (p20)! This month is also National Heart Month, so…

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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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our contributors

Jenna Downes Jenna wrote about gut health and how it affects your heart. ‘I’m expecting a baby in the spring so this February, I’m hoping to get a bit of me-time beforehand! I’ll hopefully be indulging in a few pregnancy massages, lighting my most expensive candles and spending some time with a really good book!’ Abi Jackson Abi, who wrote our Younger at Heart feature, is keeping her youthful sense of adventure alive. ‘This month I’m learning indoor climbing and gearing up for my first camp as a Scouts volunteer. I’ll be there as a “responsible adult” of course, but I’m secretly looking forward to all the activities too!’ Julia Horton Freelance journalist Julia wrote about winter foraging. ‘I love getting wrapped up and heading outdoors on a crisp, sunny day to explore the coast.…

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your healthy february

WE SHOULDN’T LOVE IT... BUT WE DO! The more sensitive you are to coffee’s bitter taste, the more you’ll drink, according to a new study. Technically, we shouldn’t enjoy the breakfast beverage at all, as, historically, bitter tastes are meant to alert us to danger. But, given that in the UK we drink 70 million cups per day, that clearly hasn’t stopped us! The way coffee tastes to you is down to genetics, and the more heightened your ability to detect its bitterness, the more you’ll slurp it down, according to Northwestern University. ‘APPY AND YOU KNOW IT Discovering the apps that make living a naturally healthy life a breeze! APP NAME: Happy Not Perfect Feeling grumpy, stressed, heartbroken or just out of sorts? Take five minutes to identify your emotion with Happy Not Perfect…

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iktsuarpok

WHAT ARE YOU LIKE? Scientists have identified the characteristics that make up the most psychologically healthy personalities in a recent study at the University of California. They’ve divided characters into five traits: neuroticism, extraversion, openness to experience, agreeableness and conscientiousness. A healthy personality, according to the research, combines low neuroticism with high levels of openness to feelings, warmth, positive emotions and agreeable straightforwardness. Visit scottbarrykaufman.com to find out how your personality fares! ⅓ of Brits binge-sleep at weekends to make up for shorter nights midweek.…

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books to connect you with nature

Best for a healing read The Wild Remedy: How Nature Mends Us – A Diary, by Emma Mitchell (£14.99, Michael O’Mara). This illustrated diary follows Emma Mitchell – who has had depression for 25 years – and her exploration of the Cambridgeshire countryside. Be inspired by her reflections on the healing power of wildlife. Best for being inspired The Salt Path, by Raynor Winn (£8.99, Michael Joseph). An inspirational true story about a couple who lost their home and received a terminal diagnosis in the same week. With nowhere to call home, Raynor and her husband decided to walk the 630-mile South West Coast Path – a life-changing experience! Best loving for loving seasons The Almanac: A Seasonal Guide to 2019, by Lia Leendertz (£10, Mitchell Beazley). Greet each month with heaps of knowledge about…

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