COVER STORY: EMMA THOMPSON
Actress Emma Thompson talks to MiNDFOOD about her latest role as the imperious Mary Poppins author P.L. Travers in film Saving Mr. Banks, their shared traits, her own thespian childhood and the complexities of raising children today.
PSYCHOLOGY: BEAUTY MYTHS
In a society obsessed with beauty, millions of dollars and hundreds of hours are ploughed into the pursuit of flawless looks. Dr Mary Grogan explains the psychology of beauty. Are good-looking people happier than others not so blessed?
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome renders sufferers incapacitated at times due to their low energy levels. While mystery still surrounds the illness, a well-balanced diet may help. Removing inflammatory foods including sugars, known allergens, dairy and gluten are showing to have a positive effect.
You read it here first. MiNDFOOD’s annual exposition of beauty industry reveals the major beauty industry advances we can expect over the next decade including ingestible skincare, self-cleaning cosmetics and home-printed perfumes. Plus six of the best aesthetic treatments.
COMMUNITY: THE GAME CHANGERS
MiNDFOOD visits one of the worst slums in Buenos Aires to witness the good work of volunteers who risk their lives every day to give children the chance for a brighter future through the power of play.
MiNDFOOD travels to Chile to investigate its burgeoning wine culture and upmarket holiday experiences. Highlights include visiting the Casablanca wine region; early morning horse ride through the vines; and a stay at eco-friendly boutique hotel Refugia constructed by ship builders on the island of Chile.
FOOD: EXOTIC FRUITS
Lychees, mangostein and rambutan. MiNDFOOD’s delicious sweet and savoury recipes using these exotic fruits let your tastebuds explore the tropics over the summer months.
MiNDFOOD March 2014 issue, on sale February 3 in New Zealand and Australia on February 6.
For an interview with Editor-in-Chief Michael McHugh, please contact
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