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Women's Health UK

December 2020 / January 2021
Magazine

Women’s Health is the first UK magazine to bring you health, beauty, fitness, fashion, weight loss, food & sex, all wrapped up in one super-glossy lifestyle title - subscribe for only £19.99 for 10 issues.

Welcome to Women’s Health

Women's Health

Switch off your sugar cravings

NEWS YOU CAN USE • Want the latest health intel? We’ve combed the science journals so you don’t have to

ASK WH

WHY DO MY FEET SMELL SO BAD?

Are fermented foods really worth the hype? • Fermentation is one healthy food trend that’s going nowhere. But do the touted nutritional benefits stand up to scrutiny?

ROTATIONAL SKATER HOP • Nope, not a Dancing On Ice move but an exercise to build stability, mobility and endurance. Hop to it

Waking up at the same time every day • Forget joining the pre-6am-riser smug club, evidence suggests that consistency – rather than earliness – is the key for starting your day off in the healthiest, most effective fashion. One schedule-resistant writer gives it a go

Should I bother using a toner in my routine?

I overload my liver? • Regardless of how your celebrations look this year, we suspect it will be as tough a Christmas as any for your body’s hardest-working organ. Here’s what to do – and not do – to help it out

THE RECORD-BREAKING RUNNING SHOE

LAYER UP • Ditching the duvet for a run on a frosty morning can feel harder than scaling Everest. These chic, cosy layers are here to help

ASK ALICE • #Balance: more than a wellness cliche. Personal trainer at Third Space London and bestselling author Alice Liveing explains why a balanced body is so important – and how to build one

Oti Mabuse • As Strictly’s sequins, spectacle and scandal return to brighten the bleakest of British midwinters, all eyes are on the show’s reigning champion professional, Oti Mabuse. But beyond the megawatt smile and sizzling samba moves, how well do you know her?

The death of the sandwich • From chicken and avocado on rye to falafel flatbread, the lunchtime sarnie came to be a staple for even the most nutritionally conscious of time-poor office workers. Then along came a global pandemic. So what does the decline of the lunchtime economy mean for your nutrition?

And the winners are… • The lunchtime economy might have taken a hit, but some sections of the food industry can hardly keep up with demand. Here are the winners in the new (food) world

SOUP-ER HEROES ONE FOOD, FOUR WAYS | WINTER SOUPS • Barring mulled wine and a roaring log fire, there are few things finer than a warm bowl of soup on a nip-bitingly chilly day. While shop-bought versions can come packed with additives, and healthy varieties don’t come cheap, batch-cooking your own is a thoroughly good shout. Bring these recipes into rotation to wind down your spend while upping your veg intake all winter long

24 WAYS TO SNACK SMARTER • Between-meal morsels have derailed good intentions since the dawn of time – or at least since the invention of the vending machine. But you needn’t swerve snacks entirely, nor subsist on freeze-dried kale. Instead, graze a little more intelligently. Consider this your expert-backed guide to raising your snacking IQ

Is video calling killing your confidence? • Screen time and self-esteem make for uncomfortable bedfellows at the best of times. And now that life has moved online, being confronted with your image via webcam has become a non-negotiable. So what toll is it taking on your confidence?

STRENGTH TRAIN YOUR SELF-ESTEEM • If you feel worse about yourself while scrolling, posting or video calling, try these expert-approved tactics to help build your digital resilience

Sex Education • Demand for sex therapy is now so great that therapists are turning clients away, but the...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 140 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: December 2020 / January 2021

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  • Release date: November 3, 2020

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Women’s Health is the first UK magazine to bring you health, beauty, fitness, fashion, weight loss, food & sex, all wrapped up in one super-glossy lifestyle title - subscribe for only £19.99 for 10 issues.

Welcome to Women’s Health

Women's Health

Switch off your sugar cravings

NEWS YOU CAN USE • Want the latest health intel? We’ve combed the science journals so you don’t have to

ASK WH

WHY DO MY FEET SMELL SO BAD?

Are fermented foods really worth the hype? • Fermentation is one healthy food trend that’s going nowhere. But do the touted nutritional benefits stand up to scrutiny?

ROTATIONAL SKATER HOP • Nope, not a Dancing On Ice move but an exercise to build stability, mobility and endurance. Hop to it

Waking up at the same time every day • Forget joining the pre-6am-riser smug club, evidence suggests that consistency – rather than earliness – is the key for starting your day off in the healthiest, most effective fashion. One schedule-resistant writer gives it a go

Should I bother using a toner in my routine?

I overload my liver? • Regardless of how your celebrations look this year, we suspect it will be as tough a Christmas as any for your body’s hardest-working organ. Here’s what to do – and not do – to help it out

THE RECORD-BREAKING RUNNING SHOE

LAYER UP • Ditching the duvet for a run on a frosty morning can feel harder than scaling Everest. These chic, cosy layers are here to help

ASK ALICE • #Balance: more than a wellness cliche. Personal trainer at Third Space London and bestselling author Alice Liveing explains why a balanced body is so important – and how to build one

Oti Mabuse • As Strictly’s sequins, spectacle and scandal return to brighten the bleakest of British midwinters, all eyes are on the show’s reigning champion professional, Oti Mabuse. But beyond the megawatt smile and sizzling samba moves, how well do you know her?

The death of the sandwich • From chicken and avocado on rye to falafel flatbread, the lunchtime sarnie came to be a staple for even the most nutritionally conscious of time-poor office workers. Then along came a global pandemic. So what does the decline of the lunchtime economy mean for your nutrition?

And the winners are… • The lunchtime economy might have taken a hit, but some sections of the food industry can hardly keep up with demand. Here are the winners in the new (food) world

SOUP-ER HEROES ONE FOOD, FOUR WAYS | WINTER SOUPS • Barring mulled wine and a roaring log fire, there are few things finer than a warm bowl of soup on a nip-bitingly chilly day. While shop-bought versions can come packed with additives, and healthy varieties don’t come cheap, batch-cooking your own is a thoroughly good shout. Bring these recipes into rotation to wind down your spend while upping your veg intake all winter long

24 WAYS TO SNACK SMARTER • Between-meal morsels have derailed good intentions since the dawn of time – or at least since the invention of the vending machine. But you needn’t swerve snacks entirely, nor subsist on freeze-dried kale. Instead, graze a little more intelligently. Consider this your expert-backed guide to raising your snacking IQ

Is video calling killing your confidence? • Screen time and self-esteem make for uncomfortable bedfellows at the best of times. And now that life has moved online, being confronted with your image via webcam has become a non-negotiable. So what toll is it taking on your confidence?

STRENGTH TRAIN YOUR SELF-ESTEEM • If you feel worse about yourself while scrolling, posting or video calling, try these expert-approved tactics to help build your digital resilience

Sex Education • Demand for sex therapy is now so great that therapists are turning clients away, but the...


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