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WW - the NEW Weight Watchers September 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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6   ways to pick up and reboot your life

1 WORK SMARTER, NOT HARDERMake life easier by utilising better planning and preparation. Check out our time-saving, on-the-run breakfast ideas (page 24) and delicious dishes that can be assembled in 10 minutes (page 26). 2 DON’T BE AFRAID OF A RESTARTIf you need to shake things up, go for it. Reassessing your progress and bringing in new tactics for overcoming hurdles will give you the recharge you need to reach your health goals (page 62). 3 THINK POSITIVELY ABOUT YOURSELFLoving who you are is an important starting point in making more positive choices. Love the skin you’re in, or at least take the first steps to learn how to, with our inspirational guide (page 76). 4 DUST OFF THE WINTER COBWEBSGet into outdoor living by springing into al fresco…

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There’s something particularly refreshing and inspiring about the arrival of spring. Seeing the first green shoots start to appear, reminding us that everything – even nature – has to reboot after the winter months. It’s a great time to take stock of where you are on your journey, refocus your goals and connect with a refreshed sense of purpose.In this month’s issue, we’ve got so many great tips to help you peel back the layers of winter, both mentally and physically. If you’re in need of a little extra R&R, flip over to ‘Time to hit refresh’ (p80 ) for some great tips on how to give your metabolism and digestion (as well as skin and hair), a boost. If your motivation needs a helping hand, try the ‘What’s my…

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my top 5

INSPIRATION FAMILY TIES Learn how siblings Karen and Denis inspired each other to achieve their health and wellness goals on p70. HEALTH LOVE THE SKIN YOU’RE IN Ditch the negative self-talk and master the mirror with our body confidence tips on p76. WELLNESS BE HEALTHY FOR LIFE Shift your focus to the journey and stay motivated with our strategies on p92. RECIPES 5-INGREDIENT MEALS Whip up simple but tasty dinners with the fuss-free recipes found on p44. SUCCESS NON-SCALE VICTORIES See the surprising upsides members discovered on the way to their goals on p84. ■…

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like love share

SPREADING THE LOVE  In the Weight Watchers family, there’s no shortage of love and support. Here are some of your most uplifting comments. COMMENT @boadicea05 That is a phenomenal achievement! Wow! :) @duart18 Wowee, you’re doing amazing, you look wonderful. Congratulations. @piplin13 #transformationtuesday So important to remember your ‘why’. I had forgotten and still often look in the mirror and see myself as I was on the left. Working hard on changing that! One year between photos. COMMENT @granarooney Awesome! That’s a wonderful improvement and your mindset is right-on! @emmmzp Amazing progress! Awesome effort!! @wairarapachick That’s great work. You flew up there. Well done. @hauorajourney I climbed this mountain three months ago and…

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fuel your brain

Has the cold weather left you feeling a bit sluggish? You’re not alone. Weight Watchers’ accredited practising dietitian, Nicole Stride, gives us her top brain-boosting food tips.Stride recommends including enough carbohydrates, in the form of whole grains, into your meals to keep your brain functioning at its best, as well as the below four nutrients linked to improving your brain/cognitive function. IODINE WHY? Iodine is required for the development of thyroid hormones. These hormones, in turn, are essential for brain development and its normal operation. SOURCES OF IODINE Iodine-fortifiedsalt, marine foods – including fish, shellfish and seaweed – and fortified breads. ZINC WHY? Zinc is important for the development of DNA and for healthy brain function. It’s…

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5 minutes? Listen to a couple of your favourite songs. Studies have found that listening to music releases endorphins in our brains, which can help ease anxiety, boost our mood and lessen the effects of stress. 10 minutes? Do a controlled breathing exercise, like counting to five with each inhale and exhale, to increase alertness, reduce stress and boost your immune system. 20 minutes? Do a HIIT workout (high intensity interval training) where you mix bursts of cardio (think sprinting, burpees, etc) with equal periods of rest. Studies show that HIIT workouts can help lower blood sugar levels and increase cardiovascular health. ■…