DEAR READ­ERS, THANKS FOR YOUR FEED­BACK. HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR FAVOURITE LETTERS THIS IS­SUE.

Best Health - - EDITOR’S LETTER - LANA HOOD

Once again, there are sev­eral great ar­ti­cles in this is­sue. “Tired? Maybe It’s Not Sleep Re­lated” was of par­tic­u­lar in­ter­est to me. As I con­tinue to age, a good night’s sleep is get­ting harder and harder to achieve. There were sev­eral good sug­ges­tions that I will follow up on. Thank you much for such good information! RUTH PICK­ER­ING I love all of the health tips and ad­vice. As a nurse, I think health ed­u­ca­tion is so im­por­tant! I’m glad we have a magazine that gives good and ac­cu­rate health information to im­prove peo­ple’s lives. ALYSSA REGNIER When you’re try­ing to eat healthy and bal­anced, it’s easy to get bored and not feel full, but your recipe ideas are won­der­fully sat­is­fy­ing and de­li­cious. MARIANGELA CORTESE In your Au­gust/ Septem­ber is­sue, there was a quiz to rate your health. I agree with ev­ery­thing cov­ered in the quiz, with the ex­cep­tion of choles­terol. I watched a TVO doc­u­men­tary on choles­terol and their con­clu­sion (I am para­phras­ing here) ap­pears to show that bad choles­terol (or choles­terol value, in gen­eral) does not have a sig­nif­i­cant link to heart at­tack. Their find­ings ap­pear to point out that the cul­prit is sugar, which you also fea­tured in this is­sue. SYLVIE TREPANIER I saw your magazine at my friend’s place and I was blown away by the high-qual­ity con­tent. I’m a new fan of the magazine! EDIMA UDO See­ing Dud­ley en­joy Best Health brings joy to my day! We both ap­pre­ci­ated the “Rate Your Health” quiz this month – maybe we aren’t as healthy as we think. Thanks for shar­ing! AMANDA AB­BOTT AND DUD­LEY THE BULL­DOG There are too many that ei­ther: a) do not add any value to your life or b) have a neg­a­tive im­pact on your life and self-es­teem.

Best Health is one of the few mag­a­zines that ac­tu­ally aims to im­prove

the lives of peo­ple through spread­ing the word of healthy liv­ing. That is a qual­ity that I ad­mire greatly in a pub­li­ca­tion: the ca­pac­ity to make the world bet­ter, not worse. ERICA MOR­RILL

Best Health is for me and other real women! I never feel bad read­ing it be­cause the pic­tures are of real women with prac­ti­cal ar­ti­cles for us, com­pared to other mags that of­fer ide­al­ized im­ages and make me feel less than. I’m thank­ful for a pub­li­ca­tion that’s re­al­is­tic, in­for­ma­tive and op­ti­mistic! RE­BECCA WETTLAUFER I love the fact that Best Health pro­motes not just a fad or time-bound ac­tiv­ity but a per­spec­tive on life that strives to make every mo­ment more en­joy­able, mem­o­rable and mean­ing­ful, whether it’s around how you look, feel or in­ter­act with the world! PATRICK VOO Your ar­ti­cles pro­vide sen­si­ble ad­vice that I can eas­ily in­cor­po­rate into my life­style. The “Trends With Ben­e­fits” fea­ture in the Au­gust/ Septem­ber is­sue was of par­tic­u­lar in­ter­est to me, be­cause fall is a great time to tweak my rou­tine and in­cor­po­rate some health­ier habits into my day-to-day life.

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