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Supporting those with coeliac disease

Supporting those with coeliac disease

One in seventy Australians is affected by coeliac disease, an autoimmune disorder that causes painful symptoms and irritation to the body when eating gluten. There’s a reasonable chance that you – or someone you know – has coeliac disease.

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We remain open for business!

We remain open for business!

The COVID-19 virus is having a significant impact here in Australia and around the world. With everything going on, it’s understandable if you feel stressed, or begin to worry about how you will take care of the basics, including keeping you and your loved ones fed with healthy and nutritious meals.

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Don’t forget the healthy food choices this Easter!

Don’t forget the healthy food choices this Easter!

Easter here in Australia is usually characterised by lots and lots of chocolate. In general, we eat so much chocolate and sugary products that it’s contributing to our obesity epidemic. More than 60% of Australian adults and one in four children suffer from the ill-effects from excessive sugar consumption.

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Good nutrition is vital for post-surgery or illness recovery

Good nutrition is vital for post-surgery or illness recovery

During most of our lives, we have been taught to eat well, yet this can be difficult when dealing with challenges such as ill-health or post-surgery recovery, especially as we age. From personal experience, I can vouch for how quickly an elderly person loses muscle mass after surgery. This is because, being bed-bound, you don’t move much, nor do you eat enough, often due to a lack of appetite

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Think heart-healthy this Valentine’s Day

Think heart-healthy this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is usually associated with romance and symbolised by hearts and flowers. Heart Research Australia is turning this traditional view of Valentine’s Day on its head by asking Australians to honour those close to our hearts by wearing red and raising money for life-saving research and lifting awareness of heart disease.

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How to get your health and budget back on track in the New Year

How to get your health and budget back on track in the New Year

The holiday season is a great time for enjoying entertainment, recreation and time with family and friends. After the busyness of the festive period begins to settle down, however, the distractions of family, fun and food fade away and we return to our regular routines.

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Dishes from all over the world

Dishes from all over the world

January 26th is a date recognised by many and represents more than just a sunny day in the middle of summer. On this day, Australians celebrate Australia Day, a public holiday set aside to recognise our country’s merits, relax and enjoy recreational activities, and celebrate the nation that people from so many diverse cultures call home.

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Making change happen now

Making change happen now

Looking back at 2019, it has proven to be a disastrous year with regards to droughts and bush fires causing such destruction and hardship for so many. Our farmers are leaving the land in droves and food prices, as a result, are going through the roof. Water restrictions are being put in place, Victoria has been declared a State of Disaster and NSW a State of Emergency. An unprecedented number of lives has been lost, and there is a widely reported estimate that close to a billion animals have perished as a result of the devastating fires.

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