Cover Story: Emma Watson
Navigating the perils of being a child star is enough to test even the most down-to-earth of actors, but when you’re a naturally shy and private person, the impact is even greater. Enchanting young actor Emma Watson is certainly grounded – her parents made sure of that – but she also pursues what is important to her, whether that be having a semblance of control over her “weird” life, making teenagers feel less alone or working toward gender equality.
Community: A Losing Battle
The war on drugs has been so spectacularly unsuccessful that a growing movement is pushing for drug-use to be treated as a health issue, rather than a criminal act. Such a shift will not only help people beat their addictions, advocates say, but will also reduce the burden of drug-related crime, deaths and disease.
Health: Give It A Rest
Technology may have a role in helping us get a good night’s sleep, with multiple apps available to aid rest and relaxation. But experts believe having a smartphone within reach at all times may be causing more harm than good.
Smart Eating: Managing Menopause
A time of great upheaval for many women, the symptoms of menopause can be tempered by choosing the right foods and making lifestyle changes.
Psychology: Clean Break
Breaking up is never easy and social media often makes the experience worse. MiNDFOOD’s resident psychologist gives advice on how to part ways in the digital age.
Beauty: Fresh From LA
On a recent trip to Los Angeles, MiNDFOOD hunted down the latest beauty trends set to influence the industry, from IV vitamin drips to juice cures.
Food: In-Season Citrus
The fresh tang of lemon, lime, grapefruit or mandarin is a beautiful addition to winter cooking. Plus, make you own flavoured butter; MiNDFOOD’s edit of organic and biodynamic wines; comforting recipes to see you through the rest of winter; and raw versions of your favourite baked goods, a treat not only for the tastebuds but for your body too.
MiNDFOOD August 2015 issue,on sale July 6 in New Zealand, July 9 in Australia.
For an interview with editor-in-chief Michael McHugh, please contact (AUS) Steve on (02) 9318 1300 or [email protected] (NZ) Phillipa on (09) 362 0770 or [email protected]