By Susan Phillips | Monday, January 07, 2019
Set health goals for a healthier you in 2019? 50% of people set weight loss as their New Year resolution. There is a lot of hype and confusion about the fad diet for weight loss. Fad diets are restrictive and difficult to stick to. Don't be sucked in. Instead, focus on healthy habits. Here are my top 5 tips for success.
By Susan Phillips | Monday, January 29, 2018
My Health for Life program is free. Groups meet fortnightly and help you build the motivation to make sustainable and achievable changes to improve. You'll also receive a workbook and manual to help guide you through the steps.
By Susan Phillips | Monday, January 08, 2018
The beginning of a new year is a time when we develop goals for the year. Many of us choose to make goals to improve our health such as losing weight, managing stress and improving our fitness. Sometimes it can be hard to stick to these goals. Susan shows us how to form resolutions that work.
By Susan Phillips | Sunday, August 27, 2017
The My Health for Life program maintains that lifestyle change can have a huge impact on our future health. Healthy changes are best taken in small manageable steps in a supportive environment. If you live on the Brisbane Southside, you may contact Susan Phillips, dietitian and qualified My Health for Life facilitator for a free health assessment.
By Susan Phillips | Friday, August 18, 2017
Have you struggled in the past with achieving diet changes and sticking to a commitment to a healthier you? Often life just gets in the way of our plans. Don't feel disheartened. This is a normal part of life. To help you with your journey Susan is holding free group courses with My Health for Life in conjunction with Diabetes Australia. The purpose of these groups is to reduce your risk of developing chronic or lifestyle related diseases such as diabetes, stroke, heart disease and kidney disease. Susan has groups organised in Acacia Ridge and Browns Plains.
By Susan Phillips | Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Spring is the time for a clean out. Toss away those habits which are not helpful. An organised and tidy kichen makes it easier to make healthy food choices. Here are a few ideas to get you back on track with your health goals: Spring clean the kitchen. Start with the pantry. Clear out those foods that are not helping you to achieve good health. An organised pantry stocked with healthy staples is a good start. Think tins of tomatoes, legumes such as three beans, lentils and kidney beans, beetroot, corn, brown rice and pasta. Choose high fibre breakfast cereals
By Susan Phillips | Wednesday, September 07, 2016
Spring is a time for new life and rejuvenation. A time to clean up old habits which were not meeting our health needs. To bounce back into health. Start by planning some time outdoors each day.
By Susan Phillips | Monday, May 16, 2016
Five (5) tips to work out whether a new nutrition product or message is as good as it claims. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Nutrition information should be based on scientific research and properly designed studies which are documented in professional journals. Look for an accredited practising dietitian (APD) for reliable, up to date nutrition advice.
By Susan Phillips | Monday, November 30, 2015
Christmas parties present a real challenge for the weight watcher. With some careful planning and good decision making you can survive the festive season without piling on the kilos. Read on for my hot tips.