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The latest health reports and features from GTG

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Why you don’t need to do the splits to be a great yoga teacher

21 hours ago / Victoria Woodhall

Thinking of becoming a yoga teacher? From what to look for in a course, to worries about being bendy enough and preparing for job interviews, yoga teacher trainer Julie Montagu and triyoga’s Yoga Manager Genny Wilkinson-Priest tell you all you need to know >>>

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The best tummy-flattering swimwear for every shape and budget

1 day ago / Judy Johnson

From sculpting fabrics to smart seams and panels, there’s plenty of choice when it comes to finding a flattering cossie. Here’s our pick of the best >>>

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Fashion designer Madeleine Thompson's health and beauty essentials

June 18th 2018 / Victoria Woodhall

Living between Hong Kong and London, the cashmere designer's must-haves change depending on travel and humidity, but here's the kit that keeps her groomed and well >>>

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Liz Earle: "We need to separate fact from fiction on HRT"

June 18th 2018 / Liz Earle

The wellness expert busts key menopause myths and explains why she opted for Hormone Replacement Therapy. Plus, the key lifestyle changes that make all the difference >>>

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7 sweet potato recipe ideas from the healthy foodies

June 15th 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Make your sweet potatoes pop with these delicious and easy recipes from Calgary Avansino, Nina Parker and more top-notch foodies >>>

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The embarrassing reason why a third of women dread hayfever season

June 15th 2018 / Victoria Woodhall

A sneeze isn’t just a sneeze when your bladder won’t hold out. But accidental peeing is easily fixed, says this women’s physio. She explains the latest thinking on pelvic floor exercises – and why you’ve probably been doing them wrong all this time >>>

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My Week in Food: Nutritional Therapist Henrietta Norton

June 14th 2018 / Judy Johnson

The author, nutritional therapist and founder of Wild Nutrition shows us what her week in food looks like - and why she believes eating is about just doing the best you can >>>

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How to get over your 'smear fear'

June 12th 2018 / Anna Hunter

When was your last smear test? It needn’t be an ordeal - here’s how to take the stress out of your next appointment as Cervical Screening Week begins >>>

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You may have been applying deodorant wrong all of this time

June 11th 2018 / Anna Hunter

At least apparently I have. From the differences between deodorant and antiperspirant to the truth about those deodorant and breast cancer rumours, we called on the experts to dissect a daily staple >>>

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Elle Macpherson live on the sofa with Get The Gloss

June 10th 2018 / Victoria Woodhall

Elle Macpherson talks beauty, wellbeing, entrepreneurship and muffin tops with Victoria Woodhall - plus your chance to win a WelleCo travel set >>>

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Poppy Delevingne: “I wish I’d been in my 20s in the 60s”

June 7th 2018 / Anna Hunter

She’s designed Jo Malone London’s first ever bubble bath, favours a 60s print and will always choose “the laziest form of exercise possible”. Poppy Delevingne shares her loves, laughs and beauty and fitness mishaps >>>

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The 10 golden rules for dining out on a diet

June 7th 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Heading out for dinner with friends and fear you'll fall off the wagon? Keep both your weight loss goals and social life intact with our guide to making healthy food choices that won't leave you feeling left out >>>

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Why your period could be causing your sleep problems

June 6th 2018 / Anna Hunter

If you’re having restless nights around your period, you’re not alone. Here’s why menstruation could be messing with your sleep patterns, and what you can do to get a good night’s kip pre and during your period >>>

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5 ways to train your mind to stress less

June 5th 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Find it impossible to relax? Become a master of your mind and change the way you see stress for good with these 5 simple rules >>>

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The Blood Sugar Diet: what 800 calories really looks like

June 4th 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

It’s the stricter version of the 5:2 diet that can help lower blood sugar levels and could reverse type 2 diabetes. Involving eating 800 calories a day for 8 weeks, here’s what three days of meal plans looks like >>>

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Sarah Vine: 5 things they don't tell you about losing weight

June 3rd 2018 / Sarah Vine

No longer being the largest person among your friends creates a vacancy, says Sarah Vine. And you spend a fortune on clothes. Just some of the surprising side-effects of losing nearly two-and-a-half stone >>>

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Black seed oil: how this ancient anti-inflammatory elixir could boost digestion, weight loss and even hair health

June 1st 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Nicknamed ‘The Oil of the Pharaohs,’ fans of this essential fatty acid and antioxidant-rich plant oil range from King Tut to Cleopatra and Kim Kardashian. Here's why, and what to look for in your products >>>

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How to survive and thrive if you’re hot desking

June 1st 2018 / Anna Hunter

From going on an office wide desk safari to living out of a locker and ditching those photos of loved ones at your workspace, here’s how to make hot desking work (or convince HR to give you your desk back) >>>

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How to recognise the bodily signs of burnout, and get better

May 30th 2018 / Tom Bradley

From tight muscles to migraines, low mood and poor mental health can show in our bodies first, affecting everything from our performance in the gym to our wellbeing at work. Here’s how depression and stress can manifest in your body, and steps to soothe body and mind >>>

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The lazy person's guide to getting motivated

May 30th 2018 / Charlotte Sinclair

In need of a little get up and go? Charlotte Sinclair brings us her top 10 tips for fitness motivation >>>

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Why you keep getting cystitis and how to treat it

May 29th 2018 / Anna Hunter

The ‘every two seconds’ toilet trips, stinging when you pee and constant fatigue: at least half of women can relate to the limiting symptoms of cystitis. With the news that cranberry juice is futile and ibuprofen slows recovery, here’s what you can do to prevent it or ease the pain >>>

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10 foods that might make you bloat

May 29th 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

From the most bloat-inducing foods to the least, we asked an expert to share her recipe for beating bloated stomach woes for good >>>

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The yukky things that happen to your body after birth

May 27th 2018 / Victoria Woodhall

From the dreaded first poo when you’ve had stitches, to suddenly having nipples the size of dinner plates and wondering whether you’ll ever have sex again, Anna Williamson has been there - and wants you to know you're not alone >>>

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12 foods to eat to soothe sensitive skin

May 25th 2018 / Susan Curtis, Tipper Lewis and Fiona Waring

Do you have hypersensitive or inflamed skin? Add these superfoods to your diet to calm your skin from the inside out... >>>

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Could these supplements hold the secret to a sickness-free holiday?

May 24th 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

From what to take if you're jet-lagged to the answer to an upset tummy, Eve Kalinik recommends the best supplements and foods for boosting all-round holiday health from the inside out >>>

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