One of the many benefits of reading health and wellness magazines is that you can keep up to date with all the latest news, trends, and tips. Plus, whether you want to up your cooking game, take on your next fitness challenge, or simply get motivated to take better care of your mind and body – there’s a magazine to suit everyone.
With this in mind, we’ve teamed up with the digital magazine subscription service, Readly, to bring you a list of some of the most popular health and wellness magazines out there. As a Rest Less member, you can read as many titles as you like for two months free when signing up, before deciding whether you might like to commit to a monthly subscription.
Each magazine can be accessed anywhere, anytime, from your smartphone, tablet, or desktop – making for easy and convenient reading at your fingertips.
From magazines that can help you be more mindful to those that can inspire your next country walk or healthy meal, here are 12 top titles that’ll hopefully get you inspired.
1. Good housekeeping
Good Housekeeping has been a popular go-to magazine for women for almost a century. It’s packed full of tried and tested advice on everything from beauty and style to fitness and relationships – as well as bringing you recipes, product reviews, and celebrity interviews.
Whether you want to practise more self-care or work on becoming the best version of yourself, Good Housekeeping is the magazine for you.
2. Country Walking
Are you a walking enthusiast? Or perhaps you want to start combining UK travel with fitness?
Country Walking is Britain’s best-selling walking magazine that brings you brilliant walks and beautiful photography, plus extra tips and advice to help make each walk more enjoyable than the last.
With British walks that feature hidden gems, the biggest views, sea cliffs, and mountain summits, you’re sure to find a walk that takes your fancy here.
3. Healthy Magazine
Eight issues a year
Healthy – the top-selling wellbeing magazine in the UK – is brought to you by trusted health retailer, Holland & Barrett. Here, you’ll find information and guidance on the latest trends and experts in health, beauty, food, and fitness.
From learning about ways to cut your cancer risk and protect your respiratory health, to discovering the benefits of black garlic and prebiotics – this monthly magazine is a great tool if you want to start making more informed decisions about your health.
4. Top Santé
Top Santé is a top-selling health and wellness magazine for sophisticated women of all ages. It aims to help every woman make the most of her health and beauty at any age – regardless of her health history – and improve her quality of life.
The English version of Top Santé was created after the French edition really took off. It’s produced by UK-based editorial staff, so all information and expert advice is localised to the UK.
5. Planet Mindful
In an increasingly fast-paced world, it can be easy to put your mental health to one side to try to keep pace. But Planet Mindful highlights how important it is to slow things down, strengthen your relationships, and treasure your mental health and wellbeing.
All the friendly advice in this magazine is designed to help you find and treasure peaceful moments away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Issues are published bi-monthly, and each copy has four sections, divided into mind, body, relationships, and living.
6. Healthy Heart Diet Plan
Heart health is a serious topic, and sometimes even thinking about how you can boost yours might feel overwhelming.
But Healthy Heart Diet Plan offers nutritious recipes, tips, and advice on how you can lower cholesterol and improve your heart health by making some small, considered changes in the kitchen.
The journey to better health doesn’t need to be dull or daunting, and this magazine will help to show you a positive path forward.
7. Woman & Home
Woman & Home is brimming with feel-good fashion tips, anti-ageing beauty buys, stress-busting techniques, delicious recipes, and everything you need to lead an empowered, enabled, and energised lifestyle.
Aimed at women over 40, Woman & Home not only celebrates real women – but also aims to inspire a ‘brand new attitude’ for women in this age category and reflect women’s lives today.
8. Cycling Plus
If you’re passionate about cycling, then why not step things up a gear by discovering new routes, training techniques, and cycling gear?
Cycling Plus is a great read for anyone who wants to immerse themselves in the world of cycling and get the most out of each and every ride.
Whether you cycle daily, weekly, or are a Tour de France fan, you’ll find everything you need to have the ride of your life.
9. Natural Health
Natural Health is the UK’s top alternative wellbeing magazine that focuses on healthy ageing, holistic healing, and natural living. It’s aimed at women who want to take control of their health and avoid any nasty chemicals along the way.
From libido-boosting herbs and ways to hydrate your skin to the benefits of face yoga and meditation – Natural Health really sets itself apart from the rest by focusing on all things natural.
With so much negative news dominating headlines, Happiful could be the breath of fresh air that you’ve been waiting for.
This happy magazine is on a mission to help people feel healthier and happier by sharing inspiring life stories and positive news. You’ll find helpful tips on everything here from how to realise your aspirations, to how to have deeper conversations.
If you’re looking to adopt a more optimistic mindset, take steps outside of your comfort zone, and start grabbing life with both hands, then Happiful won’t disappoint.
Stylish, thought-provoking, and fabulous; Platinum is the magazine for women over 55 who are in the prime of their lives.
Every month, Platinum brings readers expert tips on topical women’s issues, mature style, nutrition, and plenty more.
This stylish magazine reminds us that life is for living, and that each chapter could be even better than the last.
12. Declutter your life
Decluttering isn’t just a physical process, it’s a mental one too. Clutter can weigh you down, get in your way, and make it hard to think clearly – all of which can take its toll on your mental and physical health.
In contrast, the neater and tidier our home, office, or work environment is, the more motivated and capable we tend to feel.
Declutter Your Life is the magazine for anyone who wants to free themselves from the shackles of mess and untidiness. Learn how to declutter and organise your space room by room, to restore order not only to your home but to your life too. Liberation could be just around the corner…
If none of these magazine titles takes your fancy, then Readly has over 5,000 other titles on everything from interior design to travel, that might be of interest.
Your exclusive Rest Less offer will allow you to read unlimited magazines and newspapers with Readly for two months free, so you can try before you buy. After this time, there’s a £9.99/month fee which can be cancelled anytime.
The great thing about a digital magazine subscription is that it can be accessed from almost anywhere, and it can be shared with the whole family too. Plus, the arrival of a new issue of your favourite magazine title every month or so can quickly become something that you really look forward to.