COVER STORY: ANGELINA JOLIE
She’s no stranger to the multi-tasking life of a hardworking parent; she’s a mother of six and one of the busiest stars in Hollywood, with a full-to-bursting award cabinet. But Angelina Jolie isn’t content to rest on her laurels. The actor tells MiNDFOOD about staying behind the camera, her tragic history with cancer and her tireless, passionate advocacy on behalf of the world’s most disadvantaged people.
HEALTH: BREAST CANCER SPECIAL
Breast cancer cases are on the rise in Australia and New Zealand, but early screenings, advancing treatments and expanding support services are helping patients not only survive but thrive.
COMMUNITY: PALAU’S TROUBLED WATERS
President Tommy Remengesau of Palau is cracking down on illegal fishing and has proposed a national marine sanctuary, banning large-scale commercial fishing. If it goes ahead, the tiny Micronesian nation will once again lead the way in conservation.
SMART EATING: DIABETES
Type 2 diabetes has become a worldwide issue, as overconsumption of fast foods and lack of exercise put populations at risk. Discover how to keep diabetes at bay.
Turkey’s full of concealed wonders, so even for the seasoned traveller a guided holiday with Trafalgar is the best way to truly wander off the beaten track and discover the gems of this fascinating country.
PSYCHOLOGY: THE COST OF CONNECTION
Do you feel lost without your smartphone or find yourself desperate to take a peek at Facebook during dinner? MiNDFOOD’s resident psychologist advises how to integrate technology into your life in a healthy way.
BEAUTY: PINK POWER
Each October some of the biggest names in beauty light up some of their favourite products in pink to show their support for the fight against breast cancer.
FOOD: EDIBLE FLOWERS
They say we eat with our eyes first and no dish could be more appealing than when adorned or flavoured by sweetly delicate edible flowers. Plus, our favourite rose wines for spring and how to make super tasty coconut-choc bars.
MiNDFOOD November 2015 issue, on sale October 8 in Australia and October 5 in New Zealand.