Can your birth order determine your attitude to fitness?

14 May, 2023 . by Raymond Suba

Does the order you are born in play a part in how you approach fitness, and can it impact your health in later life? Here’s what the experts say.


Why cutting out carbs needs a rethink

28 March, 2023 . by Raymond Suba

When it comes to long-term weight management, research shows cutting out carbs isn’t the answer. So why are low-carb diets still popular? And what should you do instead?


Three compelling reasons to do your kegel exercises

3 October, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

Sure, kegel exercises won’t make you look more toned or buff, but these simple movements can change your life for the better in myriad ways.


Are you unknowingly speeding towards a diabetes diagnosis?

16 July, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

One Australian is diagnosed with diabetes every eight minutes, but many cases could have be prevented. Here’s how to change course if you’re at risk.


Why unhealthy eating is the new smoking

7 June, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

Many of us are making poor food choices – and it’s costing us our health, wellbeing and sometimes our lives.


3 effective ways to strengthen your pelvic floor

28 May, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

Your pelvic floor muscles do a lot of heavy lifting, but can weaken over time without a little attention. Here’s how to keep yours in top working order.


Why your waist-to-height ratio is a good measure of health

14 May, 2022 . by Erica

Forget scales and BMI – a healthy waist-to-height ratio may be the figure you need to focus on to monitor your health.


5 diet tips to keep your cholesterol in check

14 May, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

Diagnosed with high-cholesterol? Check out our top tips from a dietitian on how to maintain healthy levels.


4 unexpected side effects of weight gain

19 January, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

We all know carrying a few extra kilos is not ideal, but experts explain four surprising knock-on effects that can result from being overweight.


Waist size or BMI: Which is a better indicator of health?

9 July, 2020 . by Sarah Fennell

It’s no secret that carrying too much weight increases the risk of health problems, but should you focus on BMI or waist size to figure out where you stand?