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It’s never been easier to make poor food choices while out on the go, and the scales show it—70.3 per cent of Australian men are overweight or obese. Studies show that men tend to put on weight in higher-risk areas than women, and that diet plays a big part in problems such as diabetes, hypertension and heart disease. In our article “Nutrition tips for men”, we explore the downside of many traditionally manly meals, and provide readers with healthy substitutions for increasing energy and overall wellness.
Pain is nobody’s friend. Unfortunately, chronic pain can affect up to 30 per cent of Australians at any time, and often requires treatment in order for an individual to function on a day-to-day basis. Pharmaceuticals can pose harmful side effects—we shed light on the science of natural pain management and offer alternate modalities to obtain long-lasting relief, such as yoga, acupuncture and reflexology.
Hypnosis is more than just a party trick. When facilitated by a clinical hypnotherapist, this non-invasive treatment can allow us to enter an altered, deeply relaxed state where we can gain more control over negative behaviours, cope with physical and emotional issues and better manage stress. We discuss with readers the myriad benefits of hypnotherapy and provide tips for choosing a qualified therapist.
Whether going by car or by public transit, commuting can often be a time of stress. Incorporating elements of yoga, such as mindful breathing and simple stretches, can decrease the strain of the daily grind. We share with readers actionable exercises and provide a list of stress-soothing supplements to help bring calm into their commute.
Don’t let chilli’s simplicity fool you—there are countless variations of this cold-day classic that pack a nutritional punch. Working off a classic base, we share with readers a fibre-filled lineup of recipes, including Pumpkin Turkey Chilli and Red Chilli with Chicken and Chocolate, that are sure to both comfort and nourish through the chill-y winter months ahead.
The mental health impact of a disease such as diabetes is often overlooked. Through mind and body techniques, and stress management, depression can be lifted.
Seniors may have a more difficult time creating social ties and staying active. No matter what our age, It's possible to build healthy new relationships.
There's nothing like a soothing bowl of oats to start your day. But we've taken oats beyond breakfast to create healthy oat recipes for every meal.
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