Magazines to Keep You Fit and Healthy
By Dietitian, Juliette Kellow BSc RD
Want advice on, eating healthily, getting fit or fighting disease? Just pop down to your newsagent. According to the covers of most women’s magazines you’ll find plenty of health and fitness information inside their pages. Whether it’s a new miracle diet, the latest treatment for hay fever or 101 ways to stay fighting fit, you’re bound to find something to suit in most women’s mags.
But as well as popular weekly and monthly magazines health and fitness stories, there are plenty of magazines dedicated solely to the area of good health. In fact, there are now so many available, it’s not always easy to know which ones are the best to go for. So to make things easy, Dietitian, Juliette has done all the hard work for you and reviewed 5 of the most popular sellers.
Inspiring, motivating and packed with original features.
If you want a magazine with feel-good factor to help lift your spirits and keep you motivated Zest will do the job.
Original features make this a really good read if you're into fitness.
A good mag for over forties who want solid health information without any gimmicks.
A good read if you're interested in food issues and like to read fact-packed lengthy features.
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