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The health threat to TV binge-watchers

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Can’t deal with the summer heat? Using that as an excuse to stay indoors with the air con cranked up, binge-watching your favourite TV Series, you may want to rethink that movie marathon, or at least spend time between episodes working out. Researchers from the American Heart Association studies revealed, it doesn’t matter if you […]

4 Reasons you may be tired all the time

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Feeling flat and no matter how much sleep you seem to get, it just doesn’t seem enough? Perhaps you need to have a look at your diet. Skipping meals Your body needs fuel to help it function properly, just like a car. If you put the wrong type of petrol in the tank, it won’t […]

A diet for the heart

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Winter is not just cold and flu season. Unfortunately it is a time of year when hospital admissions increase by at least one third due to a wide variety of issues. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Australia and is estimated to affect at least two in three families. Now is also […]

The Japanese sleeping trend you need to master

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According to research, one in three people suffer from sleep disorders. The short story is we simply don’t get enough sleep. There’s too much to do, too much going on and it can be hard to switch off. Lack of sleep can result in: Lack of concentration leading to injuries Obesity Heart disease Depression and […]

15 Ways to keep the kids active during winter

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The arrival of the winter and the school holidays mean just one thing – the kids are going to be literally climbing walls unless you’re armed with a myriad of ideas to keep them entertained. When you can’t send them into the backyard to burn excess energy, what can you do to keep them active? […]

Immune boosters to beat the cold and flu

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It’s that time of year again. The temperature is dropping, the wind is getting cooler and we all want to avoid the dreaded cold and flu. Yes, you can always get a jab in the shoulder, but it only offers you protection against the strains of flu the vaccine is designed for. Try adding a […]

Why athletes need protein

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Previously, I have written about fuelling the body for activity and events, and nutrition for recovery after exercise. The main focus is often carbohydrates as a preferred fuel source for any activities. Protein is also important for athletic performance, but what role does protein play and how much do we actually need? Proteins are the […]

6 Date ideas to keep you in shape

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One of the quickest ways to forge a bond as a couple is to work out together. Forget the boring old dinner and a movie date night, we’ve found creative date ideas to help you develop a shared interest while staying in shape. Go paddle boarding Stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) is hugely popular. Flat water […]