The House of Wellness TV – Season 4, Episode 41

The House of Wellness – Season 4, Episode 41

This week on the show we do a refresher on one of the country’s most successful eating plans. The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet was formulated over 20 years ago, with a focus on sustainable weight loss and good gut health. Fiona Tanner is just one of its many advocates after a life-saving episode that she never saw coming.

Warmer days on the way means more time around water and for one very special group of youngsters, it couldn’t come early enough! We hit the water with the Starfish Nippers, as they show off their water skills in a programme designed to boost beach safety.

Every weekend men across the country climb a ladder to clean the windows, clear out the gutters or fix a loose tile on the roof. Statistics show that many of them end up injured after taking a tumble. Dr Rob Eley has some simple steps for the home handyman to avoid a potentially fatal fall.  You wouldn’t expect to see a group of tradies on a construction site doing a sun salutation but Canberra couple, Pip and Richard are sharing their love of yoga and its mental health benefits with tradies across NSW. They’re changing the mindset of construction workers, one work site at a time.

Manuka honey has long been known as a natural germ fighter helping to stave off sore throats and colds. Hinesy has a couple of recipes that will have you buzzing in the kitchen AND keeping that immunity up, while in-house medico Dr Nick Carr debunks some of the most popular medical myths.

Plus, brush up your makeup skills with makeup artist to the stars, Jade Kisnorbo, who’s got a brush to fix every flaw.

Cast: Luke Darcy, Jo Stanley, and Luke Hines, with Gerald Quigley.