Saga Magazine Author

Siski Green

Award-winning journalist Siski Green has been writing health news and features for Saga magazine for more than ten years, as well as for other consumer magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Men's Health and GQ. She lives in Chile where she leads a healthy life, exercising regularly, and eating lots of fresh fruit and vegetables. The only piece of health advice she ignores is to drink green tea. It's Earl Grey or nothing!  


Latest Articles from Siski

Exotic fruits physalis and kumquats
Health & Wellbeing

The health benefits of exotic fruits

Find out why these exotic treats are so good for you.

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Pumpkin seeds
Health & Wellbeing

Seeds of goodness

Discover the health benefits of these seeds, and how to add them to your diet.

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Jar of honey
Health & Wellbeing

Smart food choices to overcome colds and flu

Which foods will help you to recover quickly from colds and flu.

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TC - triglycerides
Health & Wellbeing

It's not just cholesterol that counts

Blood fats called triglycerides can also raise your risk of heart disease.

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Grey haired lady holding gym ball with smiley eyes
Style & Beauty

Get rid of wrinkles – naturally

Get younger looking skin. Simple but natural ways to lose wrinkles and lines.

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Older woman doing exercises at home
Health & Wellbeing

Workouts and exercises to do at home

No need for fancy equipment - just tins of baked beans and a chair.

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Middle-aged man looking out to sea
Health & Wellbeing

Testosterone: a guide to the male hormone

Why the male hormone is being touted as a treatment for women as well as men.

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Porridge with cinnamon
Health & Wellbeing

21 great ways to beat that seasonal slump

Get the winter blues? These simple tips will turn that 'down' into an 'up'.

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Mature man hiking with backpack and laughing
Health & Wellbeing

Nine ways to get more out of your walks

Walking boosts health, increases wellbeing and helps prevent depression.

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