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WW - the NEW Weight Watchers November 2018

WW magazine delivers your monthly dose of inspiration with the latest seasonal recipes, real-life success stories and advice to help you achieve your wellness goals - the perfect partner to the WW program.

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As the weather gets warmer, there’s an inevitable pull to get outdoors, soak up the sun and watch the world begin to bloom again. I always find that stepping outside in any capacity is one of the strongest antidotes to city living and I’m always looking for more ways to share that feeling with those around me – that’s why this November we want to share all of the benefits of the great outdoors (p72).We all lead busy lives and it’s easy to convince ourselves that we don’t have time to get outside, especially since we’ve been keeping warm indoors during the cooler months. My best solution is to fill two needs with one deed – whether it’s going for a walk to catch up with my friends,…

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message from mindy

In 1961, when Jean Nidetch set out to lose weight, she chose a science-based eating program from the New York City Department of Health. But she knew that a program alone was not enough for her. And thinking it may not be enough for others, she gathered a group of friends to form a community of allies. Together, they didn’t just lose the weight – they transformed their lives in deep and extraordinary ways. More than that, they were inspired to help others do the same. A lot has changed since the 1960s. Thanks to the power of technology, we are arguably more connected now than ever, yet we crave more meaningful connections. We are spoiled for options when it comes to food, but we are overwhelmed by…

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in the know

Invisible moves! Spend a few hours a day looking down at a screen or slumping in your office chair? Pilates instructor Dell-Maree Day shares three of her favourite moves to improve your posture The sitting posture Try this: Move your spine away from the back of your chair and place your feet flat on the floor. Look straight ahead and sit as tall and relaxed as possible. Breathe in through your nose and breathe out by blowing gently through your lips. What it does: Your spine will be stacking itself up so the natural curves of your back will have improved and your upper back muscles will be in alignment. The resting face posture Try this: When in resting mode, your face and…

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should i get a fitness-tracking device?

Answer Some people love them, some people hate them. But a recent study from Boston University has found that wearable devices and mobile health technology may help with weight loss when used in combination with an overall health plan that includes behavioural strategies. Exercise physiologist Drew Harrisberg tells us how he uses his smart watch. FAST FACTAccording to a new study from the US, the food we consume at work may be affecting our health. The study found that the availability of vending machines and birthday cakes can derail healthy habits. The solution? Fill your office drawers with snacks like fruit, almonds or air-popped popcorn, portioned into small containers. Making your lunch healthy and filling, as well as going for a walk in the middle of the…

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results are in!

said that focusing on health has changed how they see their body. 94% SAID THEIR BODY IMAGE HAS CHANGED OVER TIME 47 % said it’s become more positive, because they’ve made changes that make them feel better about it. 3 2 % said it’s improved, as they’ve learned to love themselves and all their “flaws.” 2 1 % found it’s gotten more negative and still struggle with it. MEMBERS FEEL BEST ABOUT THEIR BODIES...AFTER DOING A WORKOUT SIXTY FIVE PERCENT said their upbringing had an effect on their body image THEIR BODY IMAGE IS AFFECTED BY... turn to page 91 to read more on body love…

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stressed? try these quick fixes!

5 MINUTE FIX…Focus on your breathing. According to psychologist Gemma Cribb, by slowing and concentrating on your breath, you can induce a parasympathetic (rest and relax) state. She recommends trying to get your breathing rate down to 10-12 breaths per minute by sitting and breathing in and out deeply and slowly. 10 MINUTE FIX…Do a yoga move. Child’s Pose is designed to calm. Begin by kneeling on the ground, then spread your knees apart, keeping your toes together. Lean forward with your arms out, touching the floor in front of you and breathe deeply. This pose helps release tension in your back, neck and shoulders. 30 MINUTE FIX…Escape outdoors. Find a park, forest or nature reserve and enjoy some time in the great (green) outdoors. Studies have shown that…