Gut health

Fibromyalgia is a painful condition that affects your central nervous system with widespread tenderness, stiffness, and musculoskeletal pain. This condition affects up to one in twenty Australians with the condition affecting more women than men....

Do you frequently fall victim to a case of the munchies? A sudden need to head to the kitchen and devour that chocolate cookie just after eating lunch? The good news is there are ways you can train your body to steer clear of falling victim to the munchies. ...

Lupus is an autoimmune disease where your body attacks its own cells by mistakenly thinking these cells are foreign invaders. This attack on cells can occur anywhere in your body including your lungs, brain, blood vessels, kidney, skin, joints, and heart. Your diet is a prime contributor or remover of...

Including enough fibre in your diet is important for your oral health as fibre helps to maintain healthy blood sugar and blood pressure levels. Both high sugar and pressure levels are linked with an increased risk of developing gum disease....

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. ...