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A Word From The Editor

Welcome to the July/August issue of Rude Health, the official magazine of the Irish Association of Health Stores. We’ve been waiting all year for the summer and now it’s here we fully intend to enjoy it – in this issue there’s how to look stunning all summer long using natural products, staying hydrated when exercising in the warmer months, living a greener life, probiotics explained and all about joints and bones. Irish singer Camille O’Sullivan tells Rude Health how she keeps healthy and we tempt your tastebuds with delicious sugar-free recipes. Plus lots more. Don’t forget, we want to know what you think of Rude Health and would love to hear from you on Twitter or Facebook. Enjoy, and look out for the September/October issue in late August.

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Lucy Taylor | Editor lucy.taylor@rudehealthmagazine.ie

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Sugar-free delights

Great numbers of people are avoiding sugar, but that doesn’t mean sweet treats are off the menu. Check out these delicious confections.

Read the latest Rude Health recipes here...

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Celebrity Health Feature: Camille O'Sullivan

Camille O’Sullivan was born in London and grew up in Cork. After a long recovery from a car accident she became inspired to become an actress, musician and singer and has had sell-out seasons in London, Edinburgh, New York and Sydney and acted at the RSC and in movies. She lives in Dublin.

She talks to Rude Health about her healthy life...

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Health News: Mediterranean diet tops again

A study of older adults in Spain has found that adding antioxidant-rich extra virgin olive oil or mixed nuts to the plant-based Mediterranean diet can improve cognitive function linked to a lower risk of dementia...

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IAHS stores try natural health products

Tried & Tested

How Irish Association of Health Store staff rate what they sell. This issue our featured stores are Alive and Well, Carlow, and Simple Simons, Donegal.

Read about products health store staff have been testing here...

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About Rude Health Magazine and the Irish Association of Health Stores

Rude Health is the official magazine of the Irish Association of Health Stores, the professional trade association which represents the majority of health stores in the Republic of Ireland. The IAHS ensures health food retailing is ethical, responsible, truthful and professional.