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Already a popular read in the US, Women's Health brings you the usual combination of celebrity features, relationship and sex advice, and coverage of current fashion and beauty trends.
Where this health and fitness magazine stands out from the crowd, however, is its expert guidance on health issues affecting women today.
So whether you need tips that really work to get a flat stomach, recipes to help you lose weight or you want to find out which vitamins you should be getting more of to boost your energy, a subscription to Women's Health magazine could be just what you're after.
From the publisher
The wait is over. Finally the world’s fastest-growing women’s magazine has arrived on British shores – and in style.
Women’s Health is the first UK lifestyle magazine to bring you the best in health, beauty, fashion, weight loss, fitness, nutrition, celebrity, love and sex, all wrapped up in one super glossy lifestyle title.
Think of her as the girl who has it all – but isn’t afraid to share it. And of course, like all nice girls, you’ll never want her to leave your side. We promise. Unlock the secret to a better you with Women’s Health.
Your subscription will begin with the next available issue. Please expect delivery in the next 4-6 weeks.
Model and businesswoman
"Health and fitness has always been really important to me. There is no better feeling than staying in shape and I value how I feel so highly. I need a magazine that reflects my own fitness ambitions, and the title is written in a way that means you can keep a regular process going each month, despite new ideas and initiatives being featured in each issue. I think some fitness mags give conflicting messages in each issue – they almost want you to start all over again. But Women’s Health have a consistent line and I think that’s very clever."