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Healthy Eating | Your Health & Fitness A MEDITERRANEAN DIET


Ever since health experts observed the longevity of people living in the Mediterranean region, the Mediterranean diet has been praised for its health benefi ts. Traditional Mediterranean fare includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grain carbohydrates and nuts, with healthy fats such as olive oil used for cooking and fl avour instead of butter or margarine. Unlike many other Western diets, Mediterranean cuisine is high in fi sh and poultry and relatively low in red meat. The abundance of fruits, vegetables and herbs in the region have allowed for a fl avoursome diet that is rich in vitamins and minerals, high in protein and low in unhealthy saturated fats, the key, it seems, to a long and healthy life.


The Healthier Way to Fry...


Tefal introduces ActiFry, a revolutionary healthy fryer using only one spoonful of oil to cook 1kg of perfect crispy chips! For a quicker alternative, you can even cook oil-free chips from frozen. And its talents don’t end there: you can cook curries, casseroles, stir-frys, risottos, desserts and much more!


The Good Bacteria People across the world are


increasingly acknowledging the role of natural remedies in the constant battle against modern hazards such as poor diet and environmental pollution that challenge and compromise the human immune system. Kombucha, a natural adaptogen, is thought to combat a wide array of conditions by restoring balance to the body’s natural functioning and defenses, providing support for the immune and digestive systems. Kombucha tea combines water, tea, sugar and the kombucha culture—a symbiotic colony of good bacteria and benefi cial yeasts—fermented over several weeks to create this unique, healthy and deliciously sparkling beverage. According to research, Kombucha’s


high concentration of probiotic-rich acids and digestive enzymes provide a powerful energy boost and detoxify the blood of disease-causing toxins, potentially minimising symptoms from a range of ailments and conditions ranging from arthritic pains to intestinal problems as well as digestive disorders, kidney stones, fatigue, eczema, headaches, constipation and diabetes. Kombucha is also said to aid problems associated with advancing years such as high blood pressure, poor eyesight, arteriosclerosis and gout.


Magnificent Magnesium


Most people are unaware of the important role magnesium has in the functioning of any organism, but this is one of the most important minerals for good health. According to experts, the recommended daily dose of magnesium for adults is 375 mg. If your magnesium levels are low, constipation, loss of appetite, feeling unwell, fatigue, low energy, muscle spasms, pins and needles, irritability, sleep disorders, headaches, poor concentration and psychological changes may occur. As little as 300 to 400 ml of Donat Mg natural mineral water, rich in magnesium, is enough to satisfy the recommended daily allowance. To order with free next day delivery visit www.heartyliving.co.uk.


78 DEAR DOCTOR WITH DR CHRIS STEELE celebrityangels.co.uk Convenient and user-friendly,


ActiFry’s unique patented technology allows hands-free cooking and ensures excellent and even cooking results, every time. For peace of mind, the steam-free lid and viewing window also allows you to keep an eye on how your cooking is progressing and once you’ve fi nished cooking your meal, the lid, bowl and paddle can all be removed and are all dishwasher-safe. The rest of the ActiFry can be easily wiped clean with a damp cloth or soft sponge—that’s everything you need to wash up taken care of. ActiFry’s ability to create a wide


range of unbelievably tasty and healthy dishes for the whole family makes it a fi rm favourite in UK homes. Its innovative solution to creating healthy delicious food and taking the hassle out of cooking is the reason it’s the UK’s leading low- fat fryer brand.


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