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.
Back when many of us were sent home to conduct the world’s largest remote-work experiment, my partner and I made do.
SKIN FEELING OILY, PARCHED OR STRESSED? CONSIDER AN ACID TRIP.
WHICH ACID IS FOR YOU?
PSYCHOLOGIST JANINE HUBBARD ON SUPPORTING KIDS (AND PARENTS) AS THEY HEAD BACK TO SCHOOL
DATE-COCONUT ENERGY BARS
IS THERE EVEN SUCH A THING AS A HEALTHY BREAKFAST CEREAL?
ECO-FRIENDLY YOGA MATS
A PRICEY AT-HOME LED FACE MASK
CYCLE-SYNCING YOUR WORKOUTS
HOW THE PANDEMIC HELPED ME OPEN UP ABOUT MY PARKINSON’S
EARLY SIGNS OF PARKINSON’S
AT YOUR LEISURE • WHAT YOU DO WITH YOUR FREE TIME IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOU MIGHT THINK. HERE’S WHY HAVING A HOBBY IS GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH AND HOW TO FIND ONE THAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU.
HOW TO FIND A HOBBY • Leisure expert Colleen Deyell Hood has some tips for getting started.
WHY A HOBBY SHOULDN’T BE A SIDE HUSTLE • Nichole Perkins, host of the podcast This is Good for You, which explores people’s passions, shares how she found a hobby that’s just for her.
Christine Flynn and Emma Knight’s How to Eat With One Hand features recipes that help streamline prepping, cooking, eating and cleaning up—all of which will help you save time as we begin to return to our busy new normal.
How To Freeze And Thaw • Freezing food properly makes a big difference. If you packit flat in stacked, pre-labelled zip-top bags, your freezer will look neater, the food you want will be easier to find and it will thaw more quickly so there’s less wait time between “hanger” and happy eating.
36 Items for a Happy, Healthy Home Office
Put Your Back Into It
Working the Room
Break It Up
WHERE'S YOUR HEAD AT? • AS WE INCH OUT OF THE PANDEMIC, THERE ARE A LOT OF EMOTIONS TO CONTEND WITH. HERE'S WHY THAT'S OKAY.
PARTY DOWN • The pandemic has changed a lot of things, including what happens when we feel left out.
Sudi Barre is a young, healthy, fit woman who, immediately after giving birth, suffered a heart attack. Then she had seven more. • The story behind a misunderstood and often misdiagnosed heart condition that’s affecting Canadian women.
HOME ADVANTAGE • The pandemic forced many employers to provide remote-work accommodations, something that people with disabilities have long asked for but were often denied. five women share their bittersweet feelings.
5 WOMEN WITH DISABILITIES ON THE UPSIDES OF WFH
THE COMEBACK • Strap in: We may need to start taking bras seriously again. Let’s at least leave the underwire back in pre-pandemic times. Starting now, we only live in the softest, comfiest of styles.