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  • Carbs: The good, the bad, and the ugly

    Carbs: The good, the bad, and the ugly

    The humble carbohydrate has become the great villain of nutrition in recent years. Are they good for you or not? Naturopath Tania Flack sorts fact from fiction. Several popular recent … Continue reading

  • Blood Sugar Blues

    Blood Sugar Blues

    Feeling flat and lethargic is a common problem; but imagine if this was happening every day and was only ever temporarily relieved when you gave into your ever-escalating sugar and … Continue reading

  • Brain Health

    Brain Health

    The brain can be looked upon as the control centre of the body, masterfully coordinating a range of complex physiological processes, receiving messages and responding to our environment, ensuring our … Continue reading

  • Love your Liver

    Love your Liver

    In our stressful and somewhat toxic modern world, there is one organ that stands at the front-line of our defences, breaking down toxins, coordinating metabolic processes, and ensuring that the … Continue reading

  • Save the males!

    Save the males!

    The days of “She’ll be right mate,” in the 1970s have given way to more mindful, proactive approaches, partly due to the excellent work of public health campaigns like Movember, … Continue reading

  • Good fat, bad fat

    Good fat, bad fat

    Dietary fat is perhaps one of the most confusing and controversial areas of nutrition for people to navigate. Naturopath Tania Flack makes it easy for you. For many years a … Continue reading

  • Eyes right

    Eyes right

    Approximately 90 percent of vision impairment and blindness in Australia is preventable or treatable, according to Vision 2020: The right to sight Australia. This is our first truly national overview … Continue reading

  • A world of pain

    A world of pain

    If you think unrelenting pain through your whole body sounds dreadful, well it is. Imagine waking every morning in pain – even walking hurts. Your pain and exhaustion become overwhelming, … Continue reading