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A Word From The Editor

Welcome to the January/February issue of Rude Health, the official magazine of the Irish Association of Health Stores. We chat to well-known TV presenter Amanda Byram about her healthy eating and exercise habits, find out the best natural solutions for senior health issues and discover how EFT, or emotional freedom technique, helped a teenager with her fears. In this issue we also turn our attention to the role of good bacteria and help for headache sufferers. Plus all our regular pages and you can win a fabulous natural product hamper if you fill in our Reader Survey and tell us what you think of Rude Health. We would also love to hear from you on Twitter or Facebook. Enjoy, and look out for the March/April issue in late February.

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Lucy Taylor | Editor lucy.taylor@rudehealthmagazine.ie

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Winter Wonders

Try these delicious and free-from recipes: Cheesy quinoa and courgette bake, Aubergine cannelloni with walnut pesto in rich tomato sauce & Chocolate energy bars

Read the latest Rude Health recipes here...

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Celebrity Health Feature: Amanda Byram

Amanda Byram is a former model from Dublin who became a television presenter. She has presented the BBC One game show Total Wipeout, TV3’s Ireland AM and The Big Breakfast on Channel 4. She is currently based in London working on a number of projects including The Byram Bod, a fitness line of clothing and supplements.

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

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Health News: Did you know?

Cellulite plagues thousands of women in Ireland, leaving many feeling self-conscious about exposing their bodies and often feeling lost as to how to rid themselves of pesky lumps and bumps. Many social myths surround the causes of cellulite, but cellulite can happen to anyone, regardless of shape or size...

Read more natural health news 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.