IAHS Rude Health Magazine
A Word From The Editor
Welcome to the November/December issue of Rude Health, the official magazine of the Irish Association of Health Stores. In this issue we launch our first-ever Rude Health Awards where you get the chance to vote for your favourite products and win a fabulous trip to Inchydoney Island Lodge and Spa. There’s a look at women’s health through the years, how to help a migraine, keep your ticker healthy and the importance of relaxation. Our celebrity interview is with recently retired Irish sprint hurdler Derval O’Rourke. And of course we are looking forward to the festive season with meat-free recipes and what’s on offer in your local health store. Plus there’s lots more. Enjoy, and look out for the January/February issue in late December.
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: a €60 smoothie kit from Provamel including yogurts, blender, recipes and more; two month’s supply of Eskimo Brain 3.6.9, worth €59 each for six lucky winners; 20 bottles of Atlantic Aromatics Winter Magic, a seasonal blend of pure essential oils for an uplifting aroma in your home or workplace worth €4.50 each; we have 6 bottles of CurcuminX4000™ worth €39.95 each to be won; we have three sets of three month’s supply of Echiomega® echium seed oil worth €51 each to be won.
Click here for more information and to enter online.
Meat-free Christmas delights
Enjoy a yummy festive season with these meat-free delights: Mini cornbreads topped with roasted courgettes; Farinata with red pepper and tenderstem broccoli; Mince pies; and Einkorn and Rye Stollen.
Read the latest Rude Health recipes here...
Celebrity Health Feature: Derval O'Rourke
Derval O’Rourke has held the title of World Champion in sprint hurdles and competed for Ireland in three Olympic Games. She also picked up four European Championship medals and holds the Irish record for sprint hurdles. Recently she announced she was hanging up her spikes for good and has written Food for the Fast Lane: Recipes to Power your Body and Mind.
She talks to Rude Health about her healthy life...
Health News: Cherry concentrate eases gout
According to new research from Northumbria University researchers, drinking Montmorency cherry concentrate significantly helps to reduce the effects of the painful condition, gout.
Read more natural health news here...