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Seasonal saviours

It’s the time of year for getting cosy with comfort food, and nothing ticks the box more than a warming bowl of soup or veg-packed lasagne. These lighter vegetarian takes from Australian wellness guru Lorna Jane Clarkson are sure to satisfy

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‘Move, nourish, believe,’ is the mantra of Lorna Jane Clarkson, the self-professed active living advocate and brainchild behind the eponymous Australian sportswear, Lorna Jane. Her latest cookbook, Eat Good Food, echoes this sentiment: ‘If you want to look after yourself, both physically and mentally, you need to take care of the way you feed yourself first,’ Lorna explains. ‘When changing the way you think about food, you need to eat more mindfully. It should be a pleasure and not something done absentmindedly, so try to be present when you’re eating and take the time to enjoy the food (and people) in front of you. My philosophy is to eat according to what you feel your body needs for the day.’ As autumn blows in with cooler climes and darker days, Lorna doesn’t dismiss the need for a little indulgence. ‘It’s important not to be greedy, but not to deprive yourself either. Listen to your body, think about what you need to achieve your goals, then give yourself the nourishment you require to be at your best. There’s no way in my quest for good health that I could seriously think about not having a little sweet treat at the end of my day – I think it’s important to eat foods that excite you.’ Ease yourself in with these simple new-season eats.

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We’ve given this issue a clear nutrition focus – as we move into autumn, it’s a good time to think about what we’re putting into our bodies to make them as strong as possible to face the demands of longer nights and colder days. With so much misunderstanding about fats and carbs – both buzz terms, as well as two out of three of our macronutrients – we dive deep into the healthy ways to consume each (p83 and p104). We also give attention to fibre (p89), and why you should too. And I love our nutrition myths busted feature (p32) – with alarming nutrition headlines appearing on an increasingly regular basis, we apply our cool-headed, science-based approach to determine what to pay heed to and, frankly, what to ignore. There’s been much talk lately about the return of the common sense, balanced diet. If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know we welcome this. We never use the word ‘guilt’ or ‘guilt-free’ when we talk about food. All foods are OK as part of a balanced diet and, here at healthy, guilt is never on our plates. In other news, I’m sad to say that this is my last Editor’s letter as I hand over the reins to our brilliant new Editor, Anna Berrill. While I’ll be overseeing things in my Editorial Director capacity, Anna will be infusing your healthy magazine with all the fantastic ideas, inspiration and love you read us for. As a parting gift, I’m sharing the products that have made the most difference to me during my editorship. This includes coconut oil – a niche product when I started at healthy nearly five years ago, but now used everyday in my veggiepacked stir-fries – as well as charcoal, originally seen as one of Gwyneth’s weirder recommendations, but now something I can’t imagine NOT brushing my teeth with and, yes, it really does work! You’re welcome.