What's in issue 61?
* Putting profits before health: Dr Robert Verkerk of Alliance for Natural Health International gives us the inside track on the extraordinary measures being taken to restrict access to some of the safest and healthiest natural medicines, supplements and foods - and even to information about their benefits. Through this exclusive interview we bring you an in-depth report on the most pressing issues affecting your health freedom at this time.
* Cellulite solutions: It appears thanks to the accumulation of toxicity in your body, and Casey Thomas has seven tips for eliminating both this underlying cause, and its unwelcome effect.
* Against the grain: Dr Douglas Graham examines what's wrong with humanity's staple food.
* Candida, the untold story: Candida overgrowth is caused as much by unresolved emotional trauma and heavy metal toxicity as it is by anything we consume, says nutritional therapist Niki Gratrix. And there is now compelling evidence that these factors play a leading role not only in candida but quite possibly in every chronic illness.
* Good, better, best: Find yourself drawn to packaged comfort foods, despite your best intentions? Emma Sgourakis has advice for upgrading your choices - bit by bit.
* Veganomics: Both the health and the ethical credentials of the vegan diet came under strong attack during 2010. If we want to meet all of our nutritional needs while eating in the most compassionate and sustainable way, is a judiciously chosen omnivorous whole foods diet centred around local organic foods the way to go? Or should we aim for the vegan version of that? We hear from two writers who have spent a lot of time considering this question - and who have come to two very different conclusions.
* Think yourself beautiful: Want to love what you see when you look in the mirror? Raw food and exercise will get you part of the way, but for maximum results you'll want to harness the power of the "law of attraction", says Tonya Zavasta.
* Protect yourself from electromagnetic pollution: Janey Lee Grace considers the potential risks, and shares a wealth of practical advice.
* Food combining - the basics: Dr Brian Clement has advice that can make all the difference to your health and energy levels.
* Raw food made simple: Karen Knowler presents three recipes from her new book of the same name.
* Make your own kale chips: They're the raw food world's new favourite snack. Bella Willink of London's inSpiral Lounge shares one of her most popular kale chip recipes so you can rustle up a batch in your very own kitchen.
* Winter warmth: Raw chef Russell James presents an elegant three-course dinner designed to chase away those chills - featuring Tomato and Ginger Soup with Garlic Bread, Butternut Squash Pappardelle with Rocket and Shallots, and Apple Cinnamon Pie with Cashew Cream.
*Plus the latest news, reviews, tips, useful contacts and much, much more!