By Susan Phillips | Tuesday, February 21, 2017
During Australia's Healthy Weight Week 2017 the focus is on enjoying more home cooked meals. Why? Increasingly, studies are showing that purchasing meals, both takeaway and restaurant foods, away home from is associated with more weight gain. The solution is eating more meals at home. Unfortunately in our busy lifestyles lack of time and energy are often the barrier to cooking meals at home. But the good news is that throwing together a healthy meal is as simple as one, two, three.
By Susan Phillips | Tuesday, January 17, 2017
An increasing body of research is linking our digestive health to many other aspects of health including anxiety, depression, weight problems, heart health, inflammatory disorders such as ulcerative colitis, arthritis and diabetes. So its not surprising that we are keen to learn more about the effects of food choices on our microbiome.
By Susan Phillips | Thursday, October 08, 2015
Mental illness, such as depression, is common in Australia, effecting one in five people at some time. Depression can make it difficult to function on a daily basis, creating feelings of worthlessness, low motivation and insomnia. However, your diet may help.