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From food to friend. WathanyuSowong/Shutterstock

Nudging meat off the menu

The world is coming round to meat alternatives, but we need to speed the process up for the sake of the environment.
There’s currently no peer-reviewed research published in any major scientific journals backing up the hormone diet’s claims. Shutterstock/Gts

Hormone diets are all the rage, but do they actually work?

Expert looks at latest diet trend which claims 'resetting' your hormones is the key to losing stubborn weight.
Have you been told by your doctor to consider dropping a few kilos? The good news is that often even a small amount of weight loss can improve your health outlook. shutterstock

Trust Me, I’m An Expert: what science says about how to lose weight and whether you really need to

What science says about how to lose weight and whether you really need to. The Conversation, CC BY49,3 Mo (download)
A professor in nutrition and dietetics explains.
One of the lesser-known effects of a poor diet: blindness. Tracy Spohn/Shutterstock

Poor diet can lead to blindness

Most people know that a poor diet can lead to heart disease, diabetes and even cancer. Few are aware that it can also cause blindness.
Obesity is a problem affecting many Australian children. We need solutions, but is a weight loss app a good idea? From shutterstock.com

A weight loss app may be a risky way to address obesity in children

Targeting kids with a weight loss app could perpetuate body image issues and lead to disordered eating. Yes, childhood obesity is a problem – but we must tread carefully when delivering solutions.
Don’t shun processed or ultra-processed foods entirely. Not only do they save families time and money, many processed foods have been unfairly maligned and can be nutritious as well as economical and convenient. (Shutterstock)

In defence of ‘ultra-processed’ foods

Processed foods can be nutritious as well as economical and convenient. So let's stop demonizing processed foods, and ease up on those who turn to them for convenience and price.
For women who have had gestational diabetes, maintaining a healthy diet can help lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes later on. From shutterstock.com

Had gestational diabetes? Here are 5 things to help lower your future risk of type 2 diabetes

Women who have had gestational diabetes during pregnancy are at higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. But regular checks, a healthy diet and exercise are can help to manage this risk.
It is vital to find alternative and sustainable sources of protein to meet the considerable challenge of ensuring food security for the future. Shutterstock

Eating insects is good for you — and the planet!

Insects are high in protein and rich in other nutrients and, unlike beef and other livestock, have little impact on climate.

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