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Welcome to Women’s Health
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Dina Asher-Smith • The fastest British woman ever opens up about stepping out of her comfort zone, inspiring young girls to stick with sport, and her hopes for Tokyo 2021
SQUAT DEEP TO LIVE LONGER
NEWS YOU CAN USE • Want the latest health intel? We’ve combed the science journals so you don’t have to
THE TO-DO LIST
I’ve gone ‘seagan’. Do I need to be supplementing?
How gross is it to wear yesterday’s unwashed workout gear?
My weight loss efforts are affecting my sleep. Any tips?
ASKING FOR A FRIEND
BEAR PLANK KICKBACK • Unleash your inner grizzly to master this full-body move
CAN I MANAGE PCOS WITH FOOD? • Around one in 10 women have polycystic ovary syndrome, a hormonal condition that can’t be cured. So, exactly how can nutrition help you deal with the symptoms?
THREE LOW-GI WINNERS
DUVET DAZE • Grim weather calls for a quilted jacket to keep the chill at bay. For long afternoon walks, there’s nothing better
I finish a workout? • Those hours post training present a window in which to maximise your gains. So, aside from the jelly legs, aching abs and ravenous appetite, what goes on once the trainers come off?
How can I reduce the appearance of acne scarring?
Tarot for anxiety • Could fortune-telling cards be an untapped resource for self-care? As more women than ever turn to tarot to find relief, one writer tries her hand at spiritual healing
WH FIT SQUAD • Want to run further, lift heavier or nail your first pull-up? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve recruited some of the finest fitness brains to form the WH fit squad. Each month, they’ll answer your questions and give you the tools you need to make good on your goals. To start, Olympian and PT Michelle Griffith-Robinson explains why you might find it tougher building muscle as you get older – and why you should do it anyway
Doing it like Dina • If you thought the small mat ter of a postponed Olympics could knock the conf idence of the fastest British woman in history, then you’ve really not got the measure of Dina A sher-Smith. Here, the 25-year-old opens up about stepping out of her comfort zone, inspiring the next generation of spor tswomen and why, when it counts, she knows she will not fail
DINA’S MUST-DOS • Inside our cover star’s health and happiness toolkit
Is your skin diet a sham? • While more people are looking to food intolerance testing to resolve their skin issues, dermatologis ts are warning against them. So, why exactly are they harmful? And does our fixation with the food-skin connection need a reality check?
THE GOOD SKIN DIET • Five foods to include in any dermis-boosting diet
SHAKE IT OFF
TRUST THE PROCESS • Whether tinned, cured, baked or smoked, processed foods cop a lot of bad press. But to baste them all with the same brush is a fool’s logic. Deviate from the fresh food aisles and you can gather a wealth of nutritious fare that easily merits a spot in your meal plan
SPOTLIGHT ON • While its publicity could rival a casting announcement from the makers of The Crown, there’s still a lot to be learned about good old vitamin D. Wannabe nutrition geeks, gather round…
How burnout moved in • The modern malady once associated with strip-lit of fices has followed us into our homes, and ‘burnout: the WFH edition’ can be even more toxic than its predecessor. WH reports on the condition that’s hiding in plain sight
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