A Word From The Editor
Welcome to the September/October issue of Rude Health, the official magazine of the Irish Association of Health Stores. We talk to former Miss World Rosanna Davison about her new career as a nutritional therapist, find out how the Buteyko breathing method helped an astma sufferer, look at ways to boost your immunity, learn about seaweed from our shores and cook up some fantastic raw food recipes. We also find out how to help sensitive skin, the role of exercise in a healthy heart and find out why ancient grains and organic foods are good for you. 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 November/December issue in late October.
Lucy Taylor | Editor
Try this delicious raw starter, main and dessert: Salmon Tartare and Wasabi Crème Fraiche, Rustic Raw Lasagna & a Dark and White Chocolate Cake.
Read the latest Rude Health recipes here...
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Celebrity Health Feature: Rosanna Davison
Rosanna Davison is a former Miss World and international model. Five years ago she went back to college to qualify as a nutritional therapist with a special focus on plant-based nutrition. Rosanna lives in Dublin with her husband, Wes, and two dogs, Ted and Leo.
She talks to Rude Health about her healthy life...
Health News: Did you know?
Madagascar is not just where the ring-tailed lemur comes from, it is also a major producer of organic spices and oils. In 1979 Jean- Claude Pichot from France, a distiller of wild and organic plants started working there...
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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.