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Holistic Scotland Magazine Rebrands

By Jess Browne-Swinburne

3 Mar 2021

Scotland’s free consumer magazine formerly known as Holistic Scotland Magazine has rebranded as Good Health, Wellbeing & The Great Outdoors.

The title – now dubbed Good Health Magazine for short – is Scotland’s only dedicated health title, specialising in natural health and wellbeing.

It has revealed a brand-new look and feel to complete its new identity, while still covering the same great content spanning health news, wellbeing products and trends, clean beauty, green cleaning, yoga and fitness, and the great outdoors.

Publishing editor and founder Lynda Hamilton Parker said: “We hope the new title will better reflect the content we cover and make the magazine even more appealing and accessible to people of all walks of life.

“Although we will still focus largely on Scotland, we have subscribers UK-wide and in Europe, Australia and the USA, so we hope the new title will also better represent our readers and not limit our geographical location going forward.”

The magazine, which is a family business based in Fife, has been put on hold for the last 16 weeks due to coronavirus restrictions and their financial impact, but will return this Summer in print and online.

Initially launched in 2018, the publication is free to pick up from most independent health stores and Maggie’s centres, as well as selected clinics, cafes, spas, salons, ecology centres and yoga studios – with further outlets to be confirmed in the coming weeks and months.

The magazine, which has a readership of circa 35,000, also provides free copies to a range of Scottish workplaces to help support their health and wellbeing objectives.

The new website can be found at while press releases, pitches and enquires are invited at


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