COVER STORY: KATE HUDSON
Kate Hudson is a rare breed: a happy, down-to-earth actor who hasn’t let 15 years under the harsh glare of the spotlight dampen her bubbly demeanour. She talks to MiNDFOOD about family, stress and the importance of perspective.
COMMUNITY: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TERRORISM
As more atrocities hit the headlines, MiNDFOOD asks, what makes someone vulnerable to the lure of extremism? We take a look at some of the reasons why people are drawn to such behaviour and what society can do about it.
MY STORY: DURGA ARAN
Durga Aran broke free of his traditional upbringing in Nepal. Today he runs the charity First Steps Himalaya, providing education and support projects to communities in Nepal.
PSYCHOLOGY: PASS UP PERFECTION
Attempting to live the dream can leave us struggling with feelings of guilt and shame. MiNDFOOD’s resident psychologist explains how to use guilt to your advantage and how to let go of shame.
BEAUTY: BROOKE SHIELDS
A new collaboration with M.A.C, an upcoming book and a fresh attitude: as Brooke Shields approaches the age of 50, the famed beauty is in the driver’s seat.
HEALTH: THE GROWING PROBLEM OF OBESITY
The “globesity” crisis is overwhelming the developing world, while multinational food giants are standing in the way of efforts to improve what the world consumes.
FOOD: SPRING HAS SPRUNG
Nothing says spring like fresh peas; we also celebrate the arrival of warmer weather with colourful seasonal plates making the most of the Spring bounty.