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WW - the NEW Weight Watchers October 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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I want you to stop for a moment and think about all of the people, places and activities that bring you joy... Finding a way to bring more of that joy into your life can make a big difference to your wellness. It can give us the strength to overcome challenges, inspire us to try new things and fill our lives with purpose. That’s why, in October, we’re focusing on the idea of ‘the good life’ – and how to get more of it.Everyone’s idea of ‘the good life’ is personal, but there are three common themes that unify us all: great company, brilliant food and activities that bring you happiness. For me, my love of food and community go hand-in-hand – and I make time for both…

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highlights this month!

WEEKNIGHT MEALS Quick recipes for a mouthwatering week ahead p43 MEET MINDY Our WW CEO makes food a family affair p57 THE GOOD LIFE Discover why food is better shared p14 STAND UP! Why getting on your feet is vital for your health p70 ■…

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in the know

Feet first We use them all day to get around, but we may not always give them the care they need to stay healthy and avoid injury. With more of us heading outdoors to enjoy the spring weather and being on our toes more often, it’s a good time to give our feet a bit of attention. Regular check-ups are especially important for people who are overweight and those with type 2 diabetes, who have a higher risk of health complications related to their feet. We asked podiatrist Sarah Sweeney for her top foot-care tips. Check in with the foot doctor Regular trips to an expert means your feet can be well maintained. A podiatrist can safely clear ingrown toenails and remove corns and calluses, ensuring your…

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mylk, anyone?

There are plenty of ways to get the nutritional benefits of dairy alternatives without missing out on the essential nutrients that can be found in cow’s milk, according to accredited dietitian Josh K Reed. “Naturally, most plant milk alternatives (coconut, oat, almond) are lower in calcium. It is therefore a good idea to choose the calcium-fortified versions of all alternatives,” Reed explains. Which milk should you choose? According to Reed, these are the ones to give a go... ALMOND One of the lowest in energy, it is also higher in vitamin E than regular cow’s milk. TRY IT: In coffee. MACADAMIA This creamy nut milk has a higher percentage of healthy fats compared to most other plant milks. Unlike soy milk, its protein content…

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snack attack! only have…

2 MINUTES? Grab a scoop of 99 per cent fat-free plain yoghurt with some added fresh or frozen fruit. 5 MINUTES? Sprinkle some air-popped popcorn with spice mix for a flavour boost. 10 MINUTES? Grab a frozen banana from the freezer and dip it in a thin layer of melted 70 per cent dark chocolate. ■…

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the new yoga

SUP YOGA Stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) yoga is a good core workout. It consists of doing yoga poses on a large board in the water so your stabilisers have to work overtime. TRY IT IF: You want to strengthen your back and core. KETTLE BELL YOGA A new form of yoga that has just hit our shores, this is a strength-building yoga where each pose is accompanied with weights. TRY IF IT: You want to strenghten your core and arms. AERIAL YOGA A fun class that focuses on your muscles, aerial yoga uses hammocks hung from the ceiling that you use to take the pressure off your joints. TRY IT IF: You’re looking for a low-impact yoga. ACROYOGA Combining yoga with acrobatics, AcroYoga is dynamic, fun and challenging.…