Top Sante March 2021

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.

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welcome... the latest issue! Thanks for joining me as we delve into more ways to stay healthy and well. This issue it’s all about the ‘Bs’: burnout, brain health and beauty. With all the juggling of work and life pressures this past year – hats off to all the parents and grandparents juggling childcare and regular jobs – it’s no wonder even more of us are heading towards burnout, also known as adrenal fatigue. While it still may not be classified as a medical condition as such, “occupational burnout” is now recognised by The World Health Organisation as being a syndrome resulting from chronic work-related stress, with symptoms characterised by “feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion” for one. They talk of it only in relation to one’s job, however, any overload…

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the top santé manifesto

“We believe every woman has the ability to maximise her health and beauty at any age, regardless of 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 on 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 let’s leave it in the past and focus on what can be changed today! We’re here to help you, one small step at a time.”…

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your healthy march

ANXIOUS? FOCUS ON PAST SUCCESSES If you’re suffering from anxiety or depression, it can be really tough to make good decisions – especially during chaotic times. But there’s one easy trick to help improve your choices: focus on what you’ve done well in the past. Californian research of more than 300 adults found people often use the positive or negative results of previous actions to shape their current decisions – often while being unaware of it. They found the most resilient people tended to focus on choices that had given them a good outcome, and used this to help them make future decisions. GET SOME ZZZZS World Sleep Day (March 19) is around the corner and if you’ve ever found yourself saying ‘sleep is the best medicine’, you’re not wrong! Research from Germany…

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reading list

The restorative one Retreat: Sanctuary and Self-Care for Every Day, by Sally Brockway (£12.99, Summersdale) Finding a little time for yourself so you can reset and relax can take many forms, and this book is full of ideas on how to do it. Dip into it whenever you need some calm, and you’ll find suggestions including meditations, ways of immersing yourself in nature and stretches to ease your body. The supportive one How to Listen: Tools for opening up conversations when it matters most, by Katie Colombus (£12.99, Kyle Books) Feeling you have been genuinely listened to can bring a sense of relief if you’re troubled. This book uses the listening principles of the Samaritans to help us all listen better. Crucially, it gives advice on spotting signs that someone in your life is struggling,…

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ed's edit

Huel Hot & Savoury range (£2.35, has three new flavours: Madras, Korma and Sweet and Sour. Each meal is packed with 24 grams of plant-based protein plus all 26 essential vitamins and minerals. They’re 100 per cent vegan and can be made in under five minutes. fiid (£3.50, is an Irish plant-based range of nourishing lunch bowls, with no additives or preservatives. Combining vegetables, legumes and spices and ready in three minutes, they’re available in three flavours: Smoky Mexican Black Bean Chilli, Hearty Moroccan Chickpea Tagine and Sundried Tomato Lentil Ragu. MOJU Vitamin D Dosing Bottle (£27.80 for 4 x 500ml bottles, is great for fighting colds and flu. It’s packed with vitamin D-rich seaweed, plus echinacea, pressed ginger and turmeric root. Le Creuset Hydration Bottle (£27, is the…

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my life in health charlie webster

My love for exercise began when I was four or five. Growing up in Sheffield, our family was really poor. We didn’t have a car so Mum walked me everywhere and Sheffield is hilly! After my parents got divorced when I was five, Mum took me to her aerobics classes. I loved the atmosphere, the buzz and how upbeat everyone was. I realised I was good at running while at secondary school. I represented the school at an open athletics meeting. I was tall for my age and I think they selected me for my long legs! I won all my races so I then joined a local athletics club and ended up representing Sheffield, then south Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the north of England. My biggest achievement came six years ago…