9 Things to Know this week (14 October 2016)

9 Things to Know this week (14 October 2016)

A weekly series that highlights 9 things to know from the best stories around the web this week

9 Things to Know this week (14 October 2016)

  1. This is the easiest way to peel and cube butternut [Huffington Post]. Once you’ve read that, you’re ready to make these nourishing roasted veggie bowls

 

  1. Women are twice as likely to deal with mental health disorders than men. These are the top 5 mental health issues affecting women. October is Mental health Awareness, so speak up, speak out and remove the stigma. [Women’s Health]

RELATED: The mom changing the face of Postpartum Depression

 

  1. Exercise doesn’t only change the shape of your body, it changes the colour of your fat. Which fights obesity [NY Times]

 

  1. We’ve heard of the Joburg to Kili crew who rode from Joburg to Mount Kilimanjaro and will now summit it on foot. This veteran endurance athlete one-upped them by summiting Mount Kilimanjaro on a mountain bike. Here’s how she did it [Outside Online]

RELATED:Joburg to Kili: 3 Guys, 1 Girl, 4 Qhubeka Bikes and a whole lotta road

 

  1. In case you missed it, here’s a recap of how South Africa performed at the Paralympics [Sports 24 Seven]

 

  1. Move Over Cauliflower crust, you can now make pizza crust with zucchini [Livestrong]

 

  1. This is what happens when you wake up with a numb arm, and an explanation into pins and needles [Vox]

 

  1. The ASA stance on trail running in South Africa [Runner’s World]

 

  1. 9. This nifty little gadget can tell how healthy your lifestyle by holding it in your palm for 20 seconds [Fast Co Exist]

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Zissy Lewin

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Zissy is the co-founder of Nutreats. She likes to make things, do things and wear things.
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