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Introducing the Spring 2022 Issue of Clover Living Magazine

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By Clover Health

In our spring 2022 issue of Clover Living magazine, we explore how to blossom into your best self. This issue discusses how to limit the amount of meat you consume with tried-and-true tips for eating more fruits and vegetables. We also share one of the simplest (and safest) ways to move your body: stretching!

March was National Kidney Month, which makes spring a good time to focus on our kidney health. We take a deep dive into living with chronic kidney disease—including what to eat to support your kidneys. 

Our very own Dr. Sophia Chang and Dr. Kumar Dharmarajan help us find the joy and health benefits of exploring new hobbies. And we hear from health experts—and even actress, singer, and dancer Renée Victor—on making healthy changes.

 

Click here to view the full digital edition of the spring 2022 issue of Clover Living magazine.

Featured Contributors In the Spring 2022 Issue of Clover Living Magazine

Sarah Copeland is an award-winning food writer and recipe creator. She is the author of Every Day is Saturday, and the host of the Food Network Series Every Day is Saturday.

Jeanne O’Brien Coffey is a travel, food, and wine writer whose work has been published in Forbes, Northshore Magazine, AAA Northern New England Journeys, and other publications.

Chiara Zarmati is an award-winning illustrator based in Italy whose clients include Time, The New York Times, and The Atlantic.

Amy Lynn Smith is a writer and communications strategist who specializes in consumer engagement and health care. Amy has worked with leading health organizations and received a Health Care Hero award for consumer education and storytelling.

Lisa Rosen lives in Los Angeles, where she writes about film, television, books, art, travel, and design for the Los Angeles Times and Written By among other publications.

 

Clover Living magazine is designed to deliver tips and information about living well, taking care of your body and mind, and understanding Medicare coverage. It’s mailed directly to our members’ homes and providers’ waiting rooms. If you don’t already have a Clover Living subscription and would like to receive our new quarterly magazine at no cost to you, subscribe here.

 

Cover: Photo by Ryan Liebe; Prop Styling: Carla Gonzalez-Hart; Styling: Yen Biechler/Holly Corbett Represents; Grooming: Laura Costa/Exclusive Artists; Photo Editor: Sarah Rozen