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Born out of a love of all things Fitness and Sports, Sustain Health Magazine is now one of the goto places to source trustworthy information.

With an ever growing market for fitness, sports and health related products we were perturbed by how many unscrupulous companies were pushing their products that mis-represented the industry.

This is where we thought enough is enough and in 2018 Sustain Health Magazine was born and brought to the magazine market. 

So what differentiates us from the other magazines out there on the scene we hear you ask? The simple answer – all-inclusiveness – our editorial content isn’t single sex orientated or age biased, it’s THE brand for all people who want greater control over their physical, mental, and emotional lives.

We aim to bring positive, engaging, informative content that you can identify with and news/features that relate to you and your fitness/sporting goals.

Fitness, Sport and Wellbeing holds the power to revolutionise the way we live, work, relax, look and learn, Sustain Health understands that each of these are unique to each individual, and this is why you’ll find approachable, applicable and actionable advice.

Every day, our editors and reporters seek the advice of the most trusted, experienced, and academically affiliated authorities in the fitness, sports, and weight management sectors.

We keep an ear to the ground so as to bring you all the very latest research from the world’s most credible, health journals, and distill it for our readers in a way that’s practical and easy to understand. 

Every story we publish is subjected to rigorous fact-checking and wherever it is possible the product or venue is checked in person to ensure our facts verify the quality of the product/service in which we write about it. If we don’t trust it or like it you can trust that we’ll report so on it.


Sustain Health’s editorial team, and external experts give every person the tools they need to make their lives better through in-depth, service-minded journalism. 

Our reporting and features cover all things Fitness, Sports, Fitness Fashion, Gym Clubs, Health Resorts and Celebrity workouts from experts in their chosen fields to support your health and sporting journey and in doing so, embrace conversation within our communities.

Andy Devaney

Editor and all round media man (although some drop out the media part). Experienced within the realms of newspaper and magazine journalism for over 20+ years. Andy got into health and fitness in a big way shortly before his 40th birthday. After years of following fad diets and trying out different products to help aid his fitness programme Andy wanted to weed out the fact from the lies in products and fitness sectors to help people make the right choices so now writes about his finding for Sustain Health.

Brad Shaw

Brad Shaw is an associate Fitness Editor for Sustain Health. Brad is also a Personal Trainer and former Platinum-Body company director. When not in the gym with clients working on strength and conditioning, Brad turns his attentions to helping even more people hit their fitness and health goals by finding all the latest news on exercises and branded products reviewing them for Sustain Health Magazine

Lorraine Kelly

Lorraine Kelly is the Senior Fashion and Tech Editor for Sustain Health. Having had a long career in design Lorraine came to Sustain Health to take on the challenge of all things fashion and tech. She has a keen eye for spotting things that are a little bit out there… or as she puts it ‘quirky’ which is a great way to describe this fabulous asset to the Sustain Health family.

David Saunders

David Saunders is Sustain Health’s Lifestyle and Health Editor. This media guru researches and reveals all his findings on the latest health and lifestyle brands and trends currently on the market Nationally and Worldwide.

Stella Bigg

Stella Bigg is our Editorial Intern. Stella is a graduate in all things design and media with a passion for graphic perfection. She brings an abundance of youth on an amazingly mature set of shoulders and shows some of us ‘oldies’ a few new tricks.


Reporting Guidelines

Sustain Health Magazine requires all our editors, writers and guest writers to follow strict reporting protocols to ensure the accuracy of all articles produced on the site are as near to 100% as possibly possible.

All factual information must be attributed to a reliable source. 

Our editors rely on interviews with expert sources to substantiate all articles, and each story is reviewed and fact-checked before being published on site. 

Articles are regularly reviewed and updated to include the newest information available on the topic wherever and whenever feasibly possible.


Affiliate Links participates in affiliate marketing programs so as not to have to charge our fantastic readership any fees for visiting us — This does not mean you need to worry when making purchases for the products we have featured when visiting our site and clicking links to the said affiliate companies. 

The products we feature are always chosen by editors based on brand standards and wherever possible reviewed and checked in person.


Editorial Independence does receive support from advertisers as otherwise we would not be able to exist, due to us not wanting to harm the world’s environment and to keep our carbon footprint as low as possible we have refused to move to a physical magazine. 

However, all content is produced independently. Any content produced in conjunction with an advertiser, or paid for by an advertiser, is clearly marked as such on the site.


About Sustain Health Magazines Digital Media

Sustain Health is a stand alone magazine and is no way affiliated with any other magazine brands on the world market who claim to do so.