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Good's digital editor Natalie Cyra finds out if you can get fit in just 30 minutes  Fancy working out for just 21 minutes a week? A recent BBC Horizon documentary, The Truth About Exercise: Is Three Minutes of Exercise Enough?, tested the theory and decided ‘yes’.

Looking to shed a bit or just become a little healthier heading into summer? Kiwi fitness instructor Samantha Bluemel suggests upping your daily incidental exercise to help you look and feel better, without having to run a marathon to get there. Try these easy 7 tips  To

Being super healthy now the warmer months have hit, but in need of a sweet treat? These raw, coconut rolled bliss balls are the perfect solution  2 cups of raw cashew nuts ½ c pumpkin seeds 4 T cacao powder (can use cocoa as an alternative) 4 medjool dates, soaked in

Whip up this simple cross-over apron to use during the festive season or to give away. This apron is quick and easy to make - and only requires sewing in straight lines!  For more fantastic Christmas craft ideas in association with Brother, see issue 45 of

Be a conscious consumer this Christmas when it comes to making health and beauty purchases for yourself and loved ones. Here are three beauty brands that are making a difference this festive season with awesome campaigns to give back to you, the environment and others in need.  JOICO

A scrumptious and filling salad. For a vegetarian option, simply use vegetable stock and omit steak. Recipe and styling Sarah Heeringa. Photography Amanda Reelick 2 medium sized porterhouse steaks,    we used Silver Fern Farms Beef Porterhouse Steaks 2 medium orange kumara, peeled and cubed 2 cups vegetable or chicken

Bouquet garni is French for ‘garnished bouquet’. It’s simply a bundle of herbs tied together with string or collected in a small piece of cheesecloth. You can make your own bouquet garni using clean string or twine and a selection of strong fresh herbs.  Bouquet garni is French

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