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Welcome to Women’s Health
Strengthen your grip for a strong mind
Close to the bone • Want the latest health intel? We’ve combed the science journals so you don’t have to
THE TO-DO LIST
METALLIC MOOD • Looking to add some glam to your workout? The metallic vibe will keep you looking luxe (even when you’re sweat-drenched)
Do I need to eat at the same time every day? • While the nutritional content of your daily fare matters, so does when you choose to chow down. It’s time to get to grips with chrononutrition: the dietary difference-maker to your body’s metabolic health that you might be overlooking
YOU ARE WHEN YOU EAT
PLANK SHOULDER TAP • Planks starting to feel a bit… meh? This simple progression will level up your core and upper body burn – big time
Zoom sex parties for a relationship reboot • Orgies, like almost everything else over the past 12 months, have found a new home online. But can logging on and stripping off with her long-term partner revive one knackered mother’s sex life?
I take a rest day? • Going hard on HIIT daily is neither big nor clever – by doing so, you risk sabotaging your fitness goals. Here’s why taking 24 hours of respite is the smartest route to mind-body strength
When’s the best time to start using retinol?
THE A TEAM • Up your A game with these retinoid-laced products
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. Here, Amanda Ngonyama reveals how heart-rate monitoring can help you level up your training
MEET THE SQUAD • The team share their workout anthems
THE DALY SHOW • With that megawatt smile and enough energy to power a small city, few people embody confidence quite like Strictly’s golden girl. So who better to front our first ever issue dedicated to the trait? Tess Daly takes a break from homeschooling to talk about raising strong women, and finding the fun where you can
Put to the Tess • The queen of prime time shares her self-care staples, from motivational audiobooks to 5k runs in front of Netflix
Discovering nutrition’s dark matter • We know that you know eating enough plant foods is essential for living a longer, healthier life, thanks to their nutritional might. But as cutting-edge technology pinpoints exactly which of your five-a-day contain the most potent concentrations of these health-supporting molecules, what does this discovery mean for your plate?
THE HYPE LIST • Don’t fancy cabbage? Here are five more of the most potent disease-preventing foods
RICE & SHINE
SPOT LIGHT ON ZINC • While it’s more likely to conjure up images of the periodic table than a bountiful plate of healthy food, you need to eat enough of this small-but-mighty metal to look, feel and function at your best
Getting back in touch • This time last year, ‘keep your hands to yourself’ became a government edict. What followed was a mass craving for physical contact – termed skin hunger – that’s been inextricably linked with loneliness. As we cautiously plan for life after Covid, WH explores the link between your hands and your happiness
HOW TO TAP INTO TOUCH • The mighty benefits of social contact: they’re at your fingertips – even if you’re alone
The language of self-love • The body confidence movement has delivered to us new ways of thinking...