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“Feeling calm is more important than running marathons”

healthy catches up with Fearne Cotton, televisionpresenter- turned-wellness-author on parenting by example, blended families and why relaxation is key

The quintessential Noughties cool girl, Fearne Cotton has more than enough stories to tell her children, Rex, four, and Honey, two, when they’re older. In her role as a presenter across GMTV, ITV and BBC, she’s been rubbing shoulders with everyone from Adele, Cameron Diaz and Michael Bublé since she was 15. So it’s only appropriate, at 36, that she’s grown into a cool mum, too. ‘I don’t want to preach to my kids or schedule a million things for them to do after school. Instead, she takes a lead by example, or ‘by osmosis’ approach: ‘As a parent, you are the model in your kids’ lives, they’re going to mimic what you do – and in turn they will be inspired.’

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Eat yourself healthier this autumn with our special Food Issue! Inside, you’ll find delicious recipes to help you fight off colds, beat the bloat and get glowing skin. We reveal the results of our food survey – including what you really think about the trend for clean eating – and launch our #snackhappy campaign. Plus, how to recharge your sex drive, cut your breast cancer risk and the truth about feeling low in winter. Find out more in the brand new issue of Healthy!