by Ashleigh Feltham,  Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist

3 tips on how to eat mindfully to support a healthy gut. The process of taking the time to chew your food properly is important for your overall health and the health of your gut. ...

Fibre may help reduce your period pain. One way you may be able to reduce the severity of the cramps experience is through your choice of diet. Fibre-rich foods found in plant sources may be the missing link....

Do you think long-life products are nutritionally inferior to fresh produce? This is not always the case and long-life products can mean making a better choice...

Almost three out of four adults will develop this condition at some point in their lifetime. There are ways you can reduce the likelihood of developing haemorrhoids on repeated occasions. Here are 4 strategies to reduce recurring haemorrhoids. ...

Health gives you the quality of life to be able to live your best life. You deserve this, so get on board with these 5 healthy habits that you can easily start today....

Your gut is made up of different types of microbes. Your diet helps to add to the good types of microbes in your gut in the form of probiotic foods and drinks. Various types of fats, proteins and carbohydrates feed different strains of microbes, which have different effects on your...

Just over one in every five Australians have high blood pressure. Your blood pressure influences how hard your heart must work. If your blood pressure is too high this can cause problems to the health of your heart. ...

If you want a mind which is sharp, has good memory, can remain attentive in demanding tasks, is creative and allows you to adapt to the continually changing environment then make sure you remember to take care of your gut. ...

Intermittent fasting has become a trendy way to structure the times you do not eat or fast with the times you do. The good news for lovers of this style of eating is that it may help to reset or restore your ability to sleep. ...

Fibre is vital for the health of your child. Fibre has a greater impact on both the present and future health of your child. More than half of all Australian children are not meeting the amount of fibre needed each day to stay healthy....

The exact reason for the development of MS is not known. Gut Health and Multiple Sclerosis are linked. There are links to gut imbalance and the development and progression of MS....

Everyone experiences bloating every now and then but you do not need to suffer in silence. Here are 5 foods to keep your bowels moving....

Your mental health affects your entire life. What you choose to eat influences your mood in more ways than one. Improve Here's how to improve your mental health with good food choices....

The health of your gut is essential for your overall wellbeing and health. Your microbiome is made up of different types of bacteria. You want more and different varieties or strains of the 'good' bacteria to optimise your health....

Support the health of your eyes by maintaining a healthy weight. Fibre can make this easier to achieve and maintain a healthy weight so make sure that you are taking advantage of this substance....

Before you turn to the local takeaway or fast food restaurant, here are a few family-friendly fast-food tips to get you and your kids through the drive-through without driving over your health....