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 In Body Mind and Spirit, Health Triangle Magazine

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Health Triangle Magazine

Health Triangle Magazine features articles and video’s on issues of general health, digestion, back pain, allergies, skin care, weight management, migraines, nutrition, indigestion, cardiovascular care, women’s and men’s health, mental health, diabetes, elder care, caregiving, sexual health, avoidance of stress, avoidance of accidents and trauma ….even pet health.

Features on cancer, cancer prevention, cancer treatments, fitness, homeopathy, on sleep, helping teenagers and parents through puberty, on sport, on how to communicate your health problems to your health professional, the list truly is endless.

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What's in the April 2017 issue?

The issue of Health Triangle includes:

“10,000 steps…10,000 hours?

As the days get both brighter and longer, this edition of Health Triangle Magazine offers literally dozens of different ideas on how best to fill the time available – including discovering Indian classical  music and unloading limiting beliefs about “three score years and ten.” 10,000 steps is suggested an ideal daily exercise goal. 10,000 hours is, according to Malcolm Gladwell, the time it takes to turn an enthusiast into an expert. These are interesting guides to best use of time and space.

Growth and Freedom

In his regular column, Robin Daly has a wonderful quote from the late, great Viktor Frankl, the philosophical creator of Logo Therapy and holocaust survivor:
“Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”
We can choose – for better or for worse.

“we become what we think.”

There is reliable evidence that “we are what we eat.” There is also evidence that “we become what we think.” If we make better choices, the quality of our life improves.

Excellence in the 2017 Platinum awards

Janey Lee Grace invites us all to recognise Excellence in the 2017 Platinum awards.


David Yelland, a former editor of the Sun, shares a personal story – never published before! – about doing the right thing at the most altruistic level rather than the more tempting alternative for a red-top newspaper man.

Poetry Corner
In Poetry Corner, the left-handed dyslexic survivor, Guy Hooper, chooses light relief over either gloom or doom.  May I invite you to get off that comfortable old couch and do likewise?!”

…and more


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