MiNDFOOD March 2017 issue, on sale February 6 in New Zealand and Feb 9 in Australia.
COVER STORY: Emma Thompson
Never one to shy away from giving her opinion, the immensely talented Emma Thompson is outspoken on politics, the environment and human rights. She shares her passions with MiNDFOOD and talks about her latest film, Alone in Berlin.
PSYCHOLOGY: The Benefits of Boredom
Sports, music and more: these days people feel obliged to heavily schedule their lives, and those of their children, with constant activity – but at what cost? Dr Emily O’Leary explores the health benefits of doing nothing.
HEALTH: Sugar vs Fat
Part two in our four-part series examines how consumers may have been misled about sugar over the years due to corporate overseers financing “objective” health studies and how this has influenced national guidelines to steer us away from fat.
BEAUTY: Future Beauty
MiNDFOOD takes a look into the future trends of beauty to see what we can expect – from fast-acting products to high tech gadgets and bespoke beauty.
MiNDFOOD’S Editor-in-Chief Michael McHugh heads to London to discover all things pampering post-Brexit such as Triyoga in Chelsea as well taking time to visit the world’s best bar at The Connaught hotel.
DÉCOR: Beach House
Beside the sandy beach in Punta del Este in “the Hamptons of South America” sits a beautiful home made of sun-bleached wood, metal and stone. This haven of rustic simplicity not only compliments its surroundings but it also provides a cool residence in summer and a cosy retreat in winter.
Early autumn is a special time of year: the last of summer’s bounty is still with us and the lengthening nights allow for warming meals that are still bright with flavour. Straddle the seasons with our great selection of delicious dishes.