Healthy Food

Healthy Foods, Diet & Recipes

There are many reasons why eating healthy food is a great option for your health and well being. Here are three main reasons that will help remind you that eating healthy foods is the best choice to make for your diet, to provide the necessary nutrients that your body needs to create new cells, clean toxins, and to just function every day! Eating healthy food can help prevent future diseases such as diabetes and cancer.

A healthy lifestyle has both short and long term health benefits. Long term, eating a balanced diet, taking regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight can add years to your life and reduce the risk of certain diseases including cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and obesity.

Good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle. Combined with physical activity, your diet can help you to reach and maintain a healthy weight, reduce your risk of chronic diseases and promote your overall health.

Good Eating Habits
Atkins, the low carb experts share their secrets to maintaining weight wellness and good eating habits this winter. For many, winter symbolises the start of a three-month hibernation. With the cooler weather and shorter days, people tend to hide from the cold by staying inside. Winter can also lead to eating more and...
Cinnamon Roasted Chickpeas & Vegetables with Yoghurt Dressing
Gut-friendly foods key in the fight against winter bugs Looking after your gut bacteria, by choosing whole foods and prioritising probiotics, may be the key to warding off the flu this winter, according to dietitians. Accredited Practising Dietitian Kate Gudorf said the gut plays a crucial role in immunity. “The gut microbiota...
Sick This Winter
The common cold is the most frequent acute illness in the Western world. About half of us get 1 cold per year.1 however, many adults average of 2-4 colds every year, and children may have 5-7 colds every year.2 Recurrent upper respiratory tract infections, such as the common cold...
Importance Of Protein
Proteins are very large molecules that can be found in every cell in our body. They’re one of the most abundant substances in our system (second only to water), and we need them to function and to regulate all of our organs and tissues. Proteins are made from smaller...
MCT Oil Vs. Coconut Oil
By now, you have probably heard about MCT oil - a fat-burning, metabolism boosting miracle. Miracle or not, MCT's are rising in popularity and together with that, coconut oil has been often preferred over the MCT oil for many reasons like health and effectiveness. MCT's have long been used...
Cleanse & Detox
No matter whether you are an extremely busy person, or someone who likes to take things slowly, you have to admit that life is a constant battle, and the ones we fight the most are definitely our bodies. We bombard them with unhealthy foods and bad habits, so that...
New Year’s Resolution
Weight loss, being healthy, quitting smoking and spending more time with family and friends are the four most common New Year’s resolutions Australians make each year . However, only 8% of people actually stick with their resolution , highlighting how easy it is to come unstuck when it comes...
Holiday indulgence without the carb loading – a Merry Atkins Low Carb Christmas
With Christmas around the corner and silly season in full swing, it doesn’t mean you need to fall off the healthy eating wagon this holiday season. Most of us have a calendar filled with festive holiday parties, dinners with friends & family, and endless rounds of drinks. In the centre...
Magnesium Supplements
Market research suggests that at least 1 in 5 magnesium supplement users in Australia and almost 1 in 6 in New Zealand have suffered side effects – with the most common being an upset stomach. ‘High absorption’ is considered one of the most important factors for people when...
Peri Peri Chicken
Technique 1 Place your chicken thighs in a bowl and season with salt and Peri Peri seasoning. You may also use Cajun seasoning if you cannot get Peri Peri. You can also add chilli flakes if you would like a kick! 2 In a hot griddle pan, add two teaspoons of...

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