2021 was a year of firsts for both Form, and our content platform, inForm. With the former, we managed to conjure up two new delicious flavours — Choc Hazelnut and Banoffee — along with our first-ever vegan multivitamin, Multi, and vegan meal replacement, Peakblend.
As for the latter, well, along with publishing a myriad of great digital reads, we also put together issue number one of an IRL, physical, touch that recycled, sustainably sourced paper it’s so real, inForm magazine, containing a deep dive into the history of protein, a profile on a game-changing ballet troupe, and an interview with a leading neuroscientist on how to control that little, terribly annoying voice in your head.
We’re already hard at work planning issue two for you to discover in your orders from some time early next year. But before then take a wander down memory lane with us as we look back at 10 of our most popular articles from 2021. Open them all up on your browser, grab a green tea (or a protein shake) and enjoy.
Writer Jamie Millar sits down with Dr Herman Pontzer, author of new book Burn, to discuss the misunderstood science behind your metabolism and why exercise isn’t a very effective tool for losing weight.
Nutritionist and anti-ageing specialist Ishika Sharma breaks down 10 actions, nutritionally and physically, you can make to help ease the ageing process.
Form chats to musician, chef, and founder of Dee’s Table, Denai Moore, about Jamaican vegan cooking and how to bring Caribbean flavours into your dishes.
In this five-day email course, PhD candidate and host of podcast, the period of the period, Kelly McNulty, breaks down the intricacies of the menstrual cycle, and how to adapt your training in the gym and nutrition outside of it accordingly.
From vampiric blood swapping to blue-blocking glasses, the world of biohacking ranges from unusual beliefs to sensible lifestyle changes we would all do well to follow.
Form explores the topic of rewilding, from its true meaning and how it can combat climate change to its importance for our mental and physical health.
Plant-based recipe developer and photographer Natalie Penny puts together her advice for making protein brownies, along with a delicious recipe for you to try at home.
From Japan’s philosophy of embracing the imperfect, wabi-sabi, to Finland’s sisu, meaning grit or perseverance, travel writer Sarah Gibbons picks out five global life lessons for inner happiness.
As the mercury drops, so too does our motivation. This year, put your excuses on ice with fitness writer Ed Cooper’s sub-zero crib sheet of cold, hard facts.
The voice inside can help us in many ways, but left to ruminate on a problem, it can quickly turn into our harshest critic. Here writer Liz Connor explores the topic with the help of leading psychologist and neuroscientist, Ethan Kross.