Issue Eleven Autumn 2015
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A crisp breeze, brilliant colours, the crunch of leaves underfoot… autumn is such a refreshing time of year. In this issue of be. magazine, we’re celebrating everything cosy and invigorating about the leafy season, bringing together plenty of ideas, stories, recipes and expert advice to keep you feeling inspired.
If there’s one thing to love about autumn, it’s all the rich seasonal flavours brewing in our kitchens. From soups to salads to lunchbox fillers, this issue features nourishing recipes from Matt Wilkinson from Pope Joan, Stephanie Alexander, Kenko Kitchen and Il Fornaio. We also try out a mozzarella making class and have a go at cooking with the fragrant goodness of chestnuts. Plus, our resident nutrition expert Tim Crowe takes a close look at ‘superfoods’, and shares which ones are worth the hype.
With the summer heat fading, now is the perfect time to refresh your workout routine. Whether it’s yoga or ballet or outdoor adventure travel, there are plenty of ways to get active and get your heart racing this autumn. We also shine a light on GymBetter, and exciting new product that makes it easy to get to the gym – without contracts, joining fees or expensive casual prices.
Better health is about more than just eating well and being active. From tips for sleeping well, to lessons in skin care, to boosting your fertility and losing weight, our panel of expert contributors share their best wellbeing advice to help you thrive. And as always, we have some great travel inspiration to get you planning your next adventure.
For more features, reviews, stories and recipes between issues, head to bemagazine.com.au and follow us on Twitter @medibank. We’d love to hear your ideas too, so join in the conversation about all things food, fitness and wellbeing using #GenBetter.
We hope you enjoy this issue of be. magazine.
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