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Not drinking is suddenly cool. But doing it isn't easy. Health journalist Helen Foster did it and has written an entire book called Quit Alcohol (for a month) about how she gave up drinking for a month. Here's what she learned
When I first started Healthista I wanted to make it easier for women to make healthier choices. We’ve grown since then but our mission hasn’t changed. Our strapline: Love Being You, drives home the fact that making healthier choices makes us feel better so we enjoy being who we are so much more.
One way we make being healthy easier is with free daily workouts on our YouTube channel and on this site. Our new 30 day plank challenge starts today with a five minute plank workout video daily designed to break your abs (well, almost). Tweet me what you want to see more of @HealthistaTV and @AnnaMagee. Remember, this is your health website, not mine.
I have used protein powder for years to lose and now maintain my weight. It’s convenient and it works. But between products that were for hippies and tasted like dust on one hand and those that tasted like plastic for extreme bodybuilders, there was literally nothing. So I would import my own from the US.
Even THAT wasn’t quite right. That’s why I teamed up with nutritionist and superfood formulator Rick Hay to bring you a line of pure, natural protein powders with cutting edge ingredients for metabolism, muscle recovery and weight loss, that ALSO taste great. Hope you love them as much as we do (Vegan Vanilla is my all-time favourite!) Tweet me @HealthistaTV and @AnnaMagee, would love to hear what you think.
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