Sweat it out: Facts and myths about perspiration

22 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

Sweating can be a minor inconvenience for some and a major source of insecurity for others, so why do we do it and what makes it so variable?


What Covid-normal looks like in year three of the pandemic

21 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

As we enter our third year of living with Covid-19, life is starting to resemble the pre-pandemic world, but adjusting to the new normal isn’t always easy.


Virus control: Is your face mask up to the task?

14 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

Masks are a key tool in our Covid-defence arsenal, but are the ones we’re wearing effective?


Is the Mediterranean diet best for meeting dietary needs?

13 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

Aussies are missing vital nutrients in our daily food intake, and dieticians believe the popular Mediterranean diet could be the key to filling the gaps.


Strength training: Is this the secret to burning fat?

12 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

Pounding the pavement and other sweaty activities can ignite your fat burn, but strength training keeps the fire flaming long after you’ve stopped exercising.


Ethical activewear: How your workout gear can help save the planet

11 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

Is it time to give your workout wardrobe a sustainable revamp? Here’s why ethical activewear is the coolest way to work up a sweat.


Algae-rhythm: Get in on the benefits of seaweed

11 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

Rich in brain-boosting DHA Omega-3 fatty acids and a wide range of other nutrients, incorporating seaweed into your diet is a smart idea – and it is easier than you…


Macro v micronutrients: Why you need them

10 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

Dietitians often talk about macronutrients and micronutrients, but what are they and why are they so important to our health?


Thinking about a marathon? Here’s how to do it and why you can

7 January, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

The marathon – 42.2 kilometres – is considered the Holy Grail of running and a popular bucket list item, but what does it take to complete one?


So you’re Covid-19 positive? Here’s what to do next

6 January, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

As Australia’s Covid-19 case numbers surge, severity of illness appears generally mild in most cases. Here’s what to do if you contract coronavirus.