Saira Khan interview | Lunchtime recipe ideas | Natural sleep remedies

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Saira Khan
TV presenter Saira Khan is perhaps most well known for her regular appearances on the panel of the ITV talk show Loose Women. She first appeared on our screens back in 2005 when she finished as a runner-up on The Apprentice, and she went on to co-present The Martin Lewis Money Show. She has also fronted several documentaries for the BBC including Saira Khan's Pakistan Adventure in 2007 and Adopting Abroad, Saira's Story in 2011.
In our latest issue she tells us about how she is reaping the benefits of Dr Michael Mosley's diet and fitness programme.
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Halloumi wrap
Want to liven up your lunchtime? Try these delicious and healthy wrap ideas:
Recipe image courtesy of the Vegetarian Society.
September prize draws
Every month Your Healthy Living gives you the chance to win a selection of fantastic natural health products in our free prize draws.
This time: one lucky reader will win a Balmonds beauty bundle to keep skin soft, hydrated and nourished; we have four packs of CherryActive Sleep Formula capsules to give away; five winners will receive a Good Health Naturally immune bundle, plus each entrant will receive a mystery voucher; we have five pouches (containing 120 capsules) of Time Health's Vegan Collagen Complex to give away; and ten lucky readers will win both the award-winning homeopathic combination remedies Helios Stress Relief and Sleep.
Closing date: 31st October 2021
Eczema advice
Anyone who has experienced the skin condition eczema will know only too well the discomfort and self-consciousness it can cause.
"Eczema, also known as dermatitis, is a non-contagious, long-term dry skin condition," explains Alice Lambert, Head of Services at the National Eczema Society. "It's an individual condition, varying from person to person, and comes in different forms."
"Avoid added sugars and refined processed foods, as these can make eczema flare-ups much worse", says Holly Zoccolan, a nutritional health coach and founder of The Heath Zoc. "Focus on 'eating the rainbow' which means a wide range of different coloured fruits and vegetables to get antioxidants and nutrients into your system. In addition to this I'd recommend eating a diet high in fibre, with lots of healthy fats from avocados, nuts, seeds and extra virgin olive oil."
Sleep remedies
We talk to Étáin O'Dwyer, department manager for natural beauty with Wild Oats Natural Foods in Bristol, about natural products for sleep issues.
"Natural sleep remedies are definitely one of the most popular requests we get in store. Customers who are struggling with sleep issues will come to us for advice on suitable natural products that could help them to get a more restful night.
We will always talk to the customer about their problems to find out what things they have tried previously and how long the problem has been going on for. Then we will try to determine what the cause is in order to make suitable recommendations. Often stress is at the heart of sleep problems, so we will often recommend products that can ease the source of the stress."
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