With more and more things starting to move online during this period of limited contact and social distancing, magazines are no exception.
Many of the monthly titles have decided to stop printing for the foreseeable future and offer their publications purely online.
Here, we have rounded up some of our favourite natural health magazines, covering genres such as plant-based eating and yoga, which are now offering free digital subscriptions.
Published by Prime Impact Media & Events, Be Kind covers environment, community, sustainability and creativity – among other things.
This month explores the world of Fairtrade, modern human rights and reveals the realities of the palm oil industry to help you navigate your moral compass.
A must-read for passionate vegans, VeganLife has a cult following thanks to its focus on plant-based eating as a lifestyle rather than a diet.
This month’s features focus on vegan recipe ideas, veganising your wardrobe, creating a plant-based Easter feast, animal rescue in Bali and an interview with singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin.
PlantBased is packed full of recipes, tips and ideas for vegan meals, along with new product launches and restaurant reviews.
This month’s features include how to make your own take-aways, chocolate heaven, easy breakfasts, and superfood dishes.
Drawing on the physical and mental disciplines of yoga, the magazine is full of inspiration and practical techniques to help you live a more active and rewarding life.
This month’s issue includes the lowdown on retreats, yoga for healing, how to be a warrior not a worrier, 4 ways to free your faschia, and how to be your own guru.
Holistic Scotland Magazine
Published independently by a small, family business, the magazine is Scotland’s only natural health and wellbeing title and is normally free to pick up from independent health retailers, Maggie’s Centres and other outlets, or via subscription.
Covering natural health and wellbeing, complementary therapies, clean beauty and natural skincare, eco living and the great outdoors, it captures all aspects of holistic living.
Please note, you can still subscribe for quarterly print issues too. The magazine is free, all you pay for is postage – with the price currently slashed to £6 for 4 issues.
This title is on a mission to help create a happier, healthier society. Its articles largely focus on mental health and wellbeing as part of its bid to break the stigma and shine a light on the positivity and support that’s available.
Sign up for your free digital subscription, which is normally free anyway. All you pay for is the print issue, which is currently on hold.
Covering all aspects of natural health, such as herbal medicine, complementary therapies, good nutrition and much more, True Health is published by Target Publishing Ltd based in Ugley Green.
It’s normally free to pick up from complementary health clinics in England, or via subscription, but you can sign up for the next digital copy here.