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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.
A Word From The Editor
Welcome to the March/April issue of Rude Health, the official magazine of the Irish Association of Health Stores. Spring is finally here, which is great, but many people are still struggling to get in shape for the warmer months to come. In this issue of Rude Health we talk to a woman who used hypnotherapy to conquer her chocolate cravings, find out how to tone your tummy using a number of natural and common sense methods, and ask: can eating raw food help? Plus there’s how to have a good hair day every day without the chemicals, keeping men healthy throughout all the stages of life and TV chef Catherine Fulvio talks about her healthy lifestyle in Co Wicklow. Enjoy, and look out for the May/June issue in late April.
Lucy Taylor | Editor
Free Prize Draws
Each issue our competitions offer you some fantastic natural health goodies. This time we've got the following up for grabs: Ovivo Daily Antioxidant Plus for an energising daily boost; MaxiFocus eye support; Vitamin B stress support from Solo Nutrition; Xylitol tooth care sets; study hampers from Nordic Naturals; Lavera's Firming Face Care range; and Nourkrin's hair growth supplement.
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Raw Food Recipes
A delicious juice, salad, burger, noodles and chocolate cake – all made from raw food. Read the latest Rude Health recipes here...
Celebrity Health Feature: Catherine Fulvio
Born and raised in Ireland and married to an Italian, well-known TV chef Catherine Fulvio is the proprietor of Ballyknocken House Cookery School in County Wicklow. She talks to Rude Health about her healthy life...