MATT HAIG AUTHOR AND AC­TIVIST

For the in­au­gu­ral Hearst Big Book Awards, the MH ed­i­tors and a panel of read­ers cracked the spines of the health and fit­ness ti­tles that will change the way you eat, move and think this sum­mer and be­yond

Men's Health (UK) - - In This Issue -

Although more men than ever are speak­ing out about men­tal health, many still mis­take ill­ness for weak­ness. Haig proves other­wise

What are you striv­ing to achieve this year? A healthy body? Per­haps some im­prove­ments to your diet? Hope­fully, you’ll want to ex­er­cise your mind as much as those mir­ror mus­cles. What­ever your goal, you can guar­an­tee that there is a book on the sub­ject. Many, in fact. In line with the ex­po­nen­tial growth of the well­ness in­dus­try – with its apps, so­cial me­dia in­flu­encers and vlog­gers – the de­light­fully ana­logue medium has gone from strength to, well, stronger. So, Big Book polled thou­sands of read­ers to find the best new page-turn­ers for be­com­ing a bet­ter man. It’s time to turn over a new leaf.

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