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5 Natural Energy-Boosting Habits

Let’s face it, we’re a nation of coffee drinkers! It’s certainly true – coffee does increase alertness and give you a little kick-start in the morning, but…. are there alternative options that are better for you, yet still give the same result? More...

Best Snacks For Brain Health

Did you know that of all the organs in your body, it’s your brain that uses the most energy? That’s why it’s important to feed your brain steady and nutritious fuel throughout the day. That way, you can think clearly, skip the 3pm ‘brain-fog’ and get through the day without reaching in desperation for the biscuit barrel. More...

Top 5 Nutrient Boost Tips

Our bodies rely on nutrients from the food we eat to keep us fit and healthy. We are at risk of becoming nutritionally deficient if our diets are high in processed foods, we have digestive issues or if we make poor “healthy” food choices. More...

How to Eat Healthy – 5 Easy Tips for Healthy Eating Habits

Losing weight is never about adjusting your meals temporary, it is all about changing your eating habits permanently. More...

10 Brain Foods Everyone Should be Eating

Hello Fresh Registered Dietitian, Hannah Gilbert presents 10 Brain Foods Everyone Should be Eating. More...

Antoinette-Louise Barnardo Swisse Kids Health Report Interview

A national survey of 1,000 Australian parents, reveals one in two parents are 'extremely' or 'very’ concerned (55%) about their children's nutrition yet 70% of parents don’t know or are unsure of what the recommended daily nutrition guidelines are. More...

Drop the Salt

World Salt Awareness Week the first week in February this year the AWASH will tackle the salt levels in snacks and meals eaten outside the home as part of a strategy to work with the food industry to reduce salt in foods. More...

Dr. Ross Walker How Food Can Help With Heart Disease Interview

Recent studies have shown that the daily consumption of small amounts of Italian cheese and dark chocolate may help to reduce insulin resistance and improve liver enzymes. Insulin sensitivity is a well-established risk factor to cardiovascular disease, making cheese and chocolate the latest heart healthy foods. More...



Lee Holmes 2017 Health Trends Interview

As you know, diet + nutrition trends are just as changeable as fashion trends. This year saw the rise of Bone Broth, pre biotics instead of pro biotics, matcha lattes and the link between the gut and brain. More...

Vitamin D Supplements Benefit Elderly

Australian bone health experts, meeting in Sydney, have welcomed the publication of a major new analysis which may lay to rest uncertainties that taking vitamin D supplements has a positive impact on bone health and falls. More...

Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Baby Boomers

The recommended daily intake of omega-3s provides a Baby Boomer with the advantage to combat a variety of chronic conditions including cardiovascular disease, lowering triglycerides, age-related macular degeneration, rheumatoid arthritis and some metabolic conditions including weight management. More...

Fish oil to assist with Arthritis

Ethical Nutrients is supporting Arthritis Australia efforts to educate the 3.85 million Australians living with arthritis about the importance of taking the correct daily dose of fish oil to help reduce the joint inflammation associated with arthritis More...

Living Longer, Living Stronger

What would most people be willing to pay to improve their physical and mental health? It’s a cup of coffee a day, less... You actually save money! More...

Living Gluten Free for Dummies

Living Gluten Free for Dummies is your guide to becoming gluten-free and healthy- the easy and tasty way! More...

Seasonal Fruit the answer to saving money

Australians are combating the increased living costs with 'tactical shopping'; buying seasonal fruit when it's at its best price, according to the results of the Australian Pears Consumer Fruit Index. More...

The Reverse Diabetes Diet

Doctors have always considered type 2 diabetes to be an irreversible condition. The accepted wisdom has been that once a person has the disease, their insulin sensitivity is permanently dysfunctional. But, as Dr Barnard shows in this groundbreaking book, The Reverse Diabetes Diet, this is simply not true. More...

Constipation sufferers

While some people may benefit from a fibre-rich diet, for others with more severe constipation increased fibre actually makes symptoms worse, and increasing fluid intake provides no significant relief, except in cases of dehydration. More...

Australian Healthy Cooking Guide

Take the guesswork and the hard work out of healthy cooking with this handy guide. The Australian Healthy Cooking Guide is packed full of real-life ideas for anyone struggling with their weight or a metabolic condition such as diabetes, or simply looking to eat on the light side. More...

Beat the winter blues with flax fibre - original

Have you noticed a change in your hair, skin and nails with the cold change in the weather? Lowered immunity? A greater increase in illness? Don't fret! waihi bush organic farm flax fibre - original is the perfect addition to your diet to beat the winter blues. More...

An Apple a Day Keeps Things Interesting

It seems the food of love this Valentine’s Day are apples, with 73% of Australians believing a healthy diet that includes apples, increases their sex drive. More...

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