Best Health magazine is dedicated to helping you “Look Great, Get Healthy, Eat Well and Embrace Life.” A new magazine from Reader’s Digest, it brings an inspiring voice to today’s contemporary Canadian woman. It’s filled with the latest health news, fitness tips, relationship and weight loss advice. Best Health stands apart with inspiring and approachable healthy lifestyle information on all aspects of your life. It’s like a day at the spa, not a trip to the clinic. You’ll appreciate its cutting-edge, no-nonsense information, delivered in the warm, upbeat tone of a well-informed friend.
BEST NEWS • IDEAS & INSPIRATION
STROKE OF GENIUS
JUST GOGGLE IT
GREEN YOUR… SPORTSWEAR
GEAR GURU: SPORTS BRA
SPICE IS NICE
THE 5Qs • When Kristen Bell isn’t busy conquering Hollywood, or expanding her line of clean, affordable baby products (Hello Bello), she’s trying to keep it together in a pandemic, just like the rest of us. We asked the Frozen II and The Good Place actress how she does it.
Q + A FACING THE FACTS • What will the cosmetic enhancement business look like in our new normal?
FINANCIALLY FIT • What money lessons can I take away from 2020?
FOOD IS MEDICINE • How do I choose the best habits for my health?
Explore NEGRIL • With its rugged mountains, lush greenery, crystalline waters and unique character, Jamaica stands out in the Caribbean, where the beauty standard is impossibly high. And there’s no place that beauty is better on display than in Negril. The small western beach town with a population of just under 7,000 is mostly known for its pristine Seven Mile Beach (actually only four miles long). Head into town and colourful houses rest against a backdrop of reggae music, traditional Jamaican food and a palpable dedication to “island time.”
VEGAN VIBES • Up your eating game with these nutritional superstars
BEST YOU • WELLNESS & WISDOM
MUSCLE matters • We’ve been hearing it for months now – stay strong, stay well. That’s especially true for your muscles. From bone density to heart health, getting physical builds a strong foundation for wellness.
IN A DIZZY • Do you feel “off” after scrolling through your phone or working on a laptop? You’re not alone, and it’s not in your head. Similar to feelings of motion sickness, symptoms of nausea and dizziness are becoming increasingly common among computer users. Medical experts refer to it as digital motion sickness, or cyber sickness. It happened to writer Chloe Berge – could you be next?
LADY BUSINESS • Embarrassing but true, many women don’t know a whole lot about their vaginal health – and talk about it even less. Consider this a proud primer for your lady parts.
worry, worry, worry • We may not be able to run away from our worries, but how do we keep them from running our lives? In a bid to manage the agonizing, we asked a handful of experts for tips on how to get a grip.
Finding Zen: A Former Worrywart Speaks Out
HARD to SWALLOW • Swallowing disorders affect 10 percent of Canadians over 50. The good news is they are treatable. But first you have to identify them. Anna Sharratt explains.
HABITS OF the Healthy • Six savvy solutions for everyday living!
PET POWER • An animal companion can definitely improve your state of chill and even help you master mindfulness. Karen Robock breaks it down.
STEPPINGup • Energized by optimism, generosity and determination, Elle AyoubZadeh, CEO of the high-end accessory line Zvelle, rose to the challenge of being a small-business owner during COVID-19.
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