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Healthy budgeting • At the risk of overinflating the ego of a diet that garners more praise than any other, researchers from the University of South Australia have found another reason to eat the Mediterranean way. When they compared the diet – rich in fruit, veg, whole grains and seafood – with a typical Aussie diet, it performed better on nutrition and cost – saving a family of four $28 per week (around £15) or $1,456 per year (around £752).
Can you manage ADHD with food? • TikTokers are offering advice on eating for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It isn’t as simple as they make it seem
Pigeon pose • Meet the yoga position that’ll leave you feeling free as a bird physically and mentally
Should I invest in an LED face mask?
…I give up drinking for a month? • Whether you’re ghosting alcohol for the first time or The Wagon is your local, this is what happens in your body and brain when you go sober for October
Friendship therapy • Mental health clinicians are reporting a rise in therapy sessions for sets of friends. Here, one writer joins them, with her best friend in tow…
Ask the WH Fit Squad • Want to run further, lift heavier or nail your first pull-up? Each month, we put your questions to our team of the finest fitness brains to give you the tools you need to make good on your goals
All that glitters • Peloton instructor Leanne Hainsby has experienced a year so brutal that you’d understand if she chose to retreat completely, in mind and body. But as she fronts Women’s Health a year after starting chemotherapy for breast cancer, she shares how movement has kept her going – and why she’s building back to the healthiest version of herself
Would you let an AI plan your meals? • TikTokers are using AI to create meal plans that are quick, tailored and, unlike most nutrition guidance, free. But as one health writer finds, putting this viral trend to the test can leave you hungry for answers
LIQUID GOLD • Cosy season is officially in session – and what better way to celebrate than with soup recipes you can cook once and eat all month. Just add one fluffy knit
TAKE STOCK • THIS SOUP STARTER TASTES SO GOOD, IT’S WORTH SLURPING STRAIGHT OUT OF A MUG
LOAD IT UP • NOW THAT YOU’VE PERFECTED YOUR FOUNDATION, IT’S TIME TO THROW IN FLAVOURS TO MAKE A WINTER WARMER THAT DELIGHTS
BLEND AWAY • CRAVING SOMETHING SILKY SMOOTH? TIME TO BLITZ A SATISFYING SIP, SANS THE HEAVY CREAM
Smooth operators • It’s easier than you think to make nut butter. Master our basic formula, then blend in extras for a spread you’ll want to drizzle, spoon and swirl into everything
Bowled over • If you’ve written off spaghetti with tomato sauce as student food, you’re doing it wrong. Try this no-cook sauce recipe – and thank us later
What I learned at self-awareness school • While 95% of us think we score highly on the trait, research shows that only 10% to 15% actually do. Here, one writer – who counts herself in the former category – goes back to class to ask: can you become more self-aware?
Social growth • A flower needs water to grow, and you need rest to socialise. Whether you’re an introvert, extrovert or ambivert, consider this your guide to social growth
‘Society’s dismissal of my bisexuality made me question my own reality’ • Recent data shows women who experience love and attraction to people of different genders face a...