From low histamine to anti-inflammatory diets, people on social media have been touting a variety of eating patterns to help manage long COVID.
Cancer cells are ‘cheaters’ that do not cooperate with the rest of the body. Certain microbes in your diet can either protect against or promote tumor formation by influencing cell cooperation.
While most of us aren’t getting enough magnesium, supplements may not be necessary.
There are a lot of tummy bugs about, especially in NSW. But does the old advice of what to eat and drink during recovery still hold true?
Encouraging your child to ‘eat a rainbow’ is backed by the evidence and can start more well-rounded and positive conversations with them about foods.
Making small changes to your everyday habits may be easier to stick with over the long run.
Detox diets and cleanses supposedly clear the body of allegedly toxic substances. But the evidence suggests otherwise.
Taking part in Veganuary? Then you’ll want to read this.
Rapid increases in food prices due to inflation mean many Canadians may be making different food choices. Here are the possible short- and long-term effects of that, and some ways to save money.
Here are some simple things you can do everyday to help your immune system fight off infections.
We all eat and drink a bit too much over Christmas and the holidays. But how guilty do we really need to feel about it?
Kids have structure during the school year which facilitates regular physical activity and healthy eating habits. But this ends during school holidays. How can we maintain these healthy habits?
Some healthy habits to adopt over the festive period.
Don’t underestimate the nutritional punch this diminutive cabbage packs.
The festive season provides great motivation to make lifestyle changes around eating habits.
Do you feel the need to clean your plate? Does a bowl of salty chips seem completely irresistible? Understanding your ‘eating personality’ could stop you eating or drinking too much these holidays.
Our experiences of taste are so vivid and personal it can be hard to imagine how people can turn their nose up at your favourite comfort food. Research shows the explanation could be in your genes.
Why countries need to shift what their citizens eat, and what the optimum diet for our planet might be. Listen to The Conversation Weekly podcast.
Changing your eating, exercising, socialising and engagement with nature can help treat depression. Now mental health professionals have some guidelines to shape treatment around lifestyle therapies.
Most of us know we should eat different coloured fruits and vegetables, but do you know why?