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Bite sized news and advice to help you with your goals and guide you along your health journey. We’ll be covering easy and digestible topics about all things health, wellness and nutrition.

How to be fighting fit at every age

Lite n’ Easy dietitian Melissa Holloway shares essential health tips for men across all age groups, and how setting up healthy habits early in life can help prevent health problems later. 

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5 Tips for keeping you and your family safe in the kitchen

It’s Australian Food Safety Week and Lite n’ Easy dietitian, Ashleigh Jones shares some important food safety tips to ensure you keep you and your family safe when handling and preparing food at home.

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The facts about belly fat!

When it comes to weight around our mid-section, there are plenty of diets, supplements, exercise programs and even gadgets promising to reveal the six pack that’s been hiding there all along. But is it really possible to rid yourself of belly fat? And why do we have it in the first place? Lite n’ Easy Dietitian Ashleigh Jones gives us the facts!

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Are Aussie’s carrying extra “weight” as a result of COVID-19?

As a result of COVID-19 Australians have been changed both inside and out. Beyond the face masks; travel and social restrictions; and no longer being able to blow out the candles on your birthday cake; what extra “weight” are Australians now carrying as a result of COVID-19 and what you can do to reset and re-focus for better health outcomes moving forward?

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7 reasons why seniors need physical activity for healthy ageing

Being active has benefits for each and every one of us regardless of our age or health status. However, as we age our motivations to stay active change. Lite n’ Easy’s exercise physiologist, wellness coach and lifestyle medicine practitioner Bell Silverthorne shares 7 reasons why Seniors need physical activity for healthy ageing.

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The 2 most important nutrients for keeping bones healthy

Did you know, after the age of 50, it is estimated that 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men will suffer a fracture? October 20 is World Osteoporosis Day, and in light of this, Lite n’ Easy Dietitian Fleur Lesslie discusses the important part nutrition plays in managing bone health.

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Looking for a way to beat the “COVID-19 Blues”?

During these crazy COVID-19 times, it’s understandable to experience different emotions such as loneliness, boredom, anxiety and depression. But there are things we can do to help us better manage these feelings. Lite n’ Easy Dietitian Larissa Robbins explains how.

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Let’s have a heart to heart…

If recent times have taught us anything, it’s the value of life and loved ones. Whilst the impact of COVID-19 is devastating, closer to home, heart disease takes more than 118 Australian lives each day – that's one person every 12 minutes! Lite n’ Easy Dietitian Larissa Robbins takes a look at some of the risk factors for heart disease and some tips to keep your heart pumping for those you love.

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How to eat well, to age well.

Enjoying good food is one of life’s great pleasures, and that shouldn’t change as we get older. Access to high quality food is not only key for good health, but also independence, happiness, and quality of life, which is something we are all entitled to, at any age.

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Healthy Body…Healthy Brain!

Forgot your wallet? Misplaced your keys? Walked into a room and can’t remember what for? These are all signs of cognitive decline and are a natural part of ageing. Lite n’ Easy Well-being Advisor Suzanne Pearson explains how nutritious food and exercise play a role in maintaining good brain health.

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Do you know how many serves of vegetables you need?

Only 4% of Australians are meeting their daily recommended intake of 5 serves per day, so what better time to shake this up than to jump on board Meat Free Week! Meat Free Week encourages participants to skip meat for seven days and raise funds for a great cause such as Bowel Cancer Australia. Lite n’ Easy Dietitian Fleur Lesslie shares her top tips for going Meat Free!

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Why good health starts with you!

With the physical and hormonal changes that occur throughout women's lives, it is important that women stay on top of their health. A great place to start when trying to meet the changing needs of your body is through food and nutrition. Lite n’ Easy Dietitian, Sarah Cinar, takes a look at a few key nutrients that are important for women across all ages.

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