IAHS Rude Health Magazine
A Word From The Editor
Welcome to the September/October issue of Rude Health, the official magazine of the Irish Association of Health Stores. In this issue we mark the end of summer by looking at ways to keep our bodies in tip-top condition as the nights get longer – including back-to-school children’s nutrition advice, the best foods for maintaining energy, how to boost immunity and deal with common winter elements naturally. You can read about how kinesiology changed a young girl’s life for the better and find out about Dublin musician Imelda May’s healthy vegetarian life. Plus there’s lots more. Enjoy, and look out for the November/December issue in late October.
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: four sets of precooked grains and pulses from the Clearspring Quick Cook Organic range; seven hair care gift sets from award-winning Faith in Nature; six bottles of 30 capsules worth €24.95 each of Serra Enzyme, the world's strongest serrapeptase supplement; five 23-serving bags of protein powder from Sunwarrior; four sets of Solgar® Ester-C® Plus 1000 mg Vitamin C 30 tablets and Beta Glucans Immune Complex 60 capsules worth €16.65 each; 15 sets of Sparx sugar-free sweets in Berry, Citrus and Fruit flavours; and five boxes of the advanced multi-strain formula Bio-Kult 60 capsules.
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Eat for Energy
There’s a protein-packed quinoa burger, on-the-go energy bars, a pea based veggie smoothie and the ultimate beans on toast. Read the latest Rude Health recipes here...
Celebrity Health Feature: Imelda May
Imelda May is a musical phenomenon. Born and raised in The Liberties area of Dublin, the rockabilly musician performed on stage from the tender age of 16 and formed her own band in 2002. She talks to Rude Health about her healthy life...
Health News: Supplements tax threat
Did you know that Irish Revenue is threatening to apply VAT at 23% to many food supplements? The Irish Association of Health Stores has initiated a campaign to have this policy overturned. Read more natural health news here...