The House of Wellness TV: Season 8, Episode 4

This week on The House of Wellness, the team talks about healthy ageing, the health benefits of saunas and more. Watch the full episode.

The House of Wellness – Season 8, Episode 4

On this episode of The House of Wellness, the team explore healthy ageing, from ways to stay physically strong to how to get older with positivity and grace. 

Also this week:

  • How institutions like Daniel Pollard’s Real Strength Studio are helping older Australians feel physically and mentally fit.
  • The medical breakthrough by Melbourne researchers in one of the deadliest types of liver cancer
  • Dr Nick Carr explains the difference between dizziness and vertigo, and when to get it checked. 
  • Luke Hines gets steamy to explore the health benefits and differences between a traditional sauna, steam room and infrared sauna. 
  • Check out BrainTrack, a new free app developed by Dementia Australia that can help monitor cognitive changes. 
  • How to look at ageing from a positively, with Dr Joanna Nell, GP-turned-author of the bestseller ‘Mrs Winterbottom takes a Gap Year’.
  • Personal trainer Jono Castano explains how a ketogenic diet could help get your desired wellness results.
  • Why a resistance band can be all you need to boost your mobility and stability during strength training, with Xtend instructor Vicki Little.
  • How Omega-3 fatty acids can help support the brain, skin and heart, and where to get them.
  • Director of the Victorian Virtual Emergency Department Dr Loren Sher shares how the program is helping patients determine what is the best way of care for them – online.
  • Ways to help your children alleviate their hay fever symptoms.
  • Zoe Bingley-Pullin gets Mediterranean with her recipe for succulent lamb burgers wrapped in lettuce and a healthy hit of avocado. 

Get all that and more on The House of Wellness TV at 2pm Fridays and noon on Sundays on the Seven Network. 

Cast: Luke Darcy, Jo Stanley, Jacqui Felgate, and Dr Nick Carr with Luke Hines, Zoe Bingley-Pullin, Jade Kisnorbo and Sarah Davidson.