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New research reveals that eating during the night
increases our chances of developing heart disease and type 2
Scientists have discovered that nocturnal "snacking"
increases the risk of both conditions, for which they blame the
body's 24-hour cycle.
Researchers at the...
Scientists have come up with an innovative approach to tackling
Australia's poor vegetable intake, with the launch of a new app
that challenges people to eat more veggies.
Using a gamified approach, CSIRO's new VegEze app aims to motivate
Australians to add extra vegetables to their daily...
Regional Queensland children are more likely to be overweight or
obese and at risk of developing type 2 diabetes than their Brisbane
Queensland Health statistics show almost every regional
Queensland city has a higher rate of overweight or obese children
This article was to be published in The Conversation but was
pulled at the last minute as senior editors "felt that the
interests of associated commercial parties, who might benefit from
dissemination of the article, were too great". It has since been
published in several other...
Getting more greens into your diet could cut your risk of heart
disease and stroke by as much as 40 per cent, according to new
research from Edith Cowan University.
Researchers from ECU's School of Medical and Health Sciences
studied the diets of more than 1000 Western Australian...
Obesity may soon overtake smoking as the number one risk for
cancer if Australians don't start eating more fruit and vegetables
and reduce their alcohol consumption, an expert has warned.
People often associate poor diet with obesity and type 2
diabetes but not cancer, says...
Every month My health for life gains ground as it moves into new
The free prevention program, aimed at those most at risk of
developing chronic disease, is already entrenched in Wide Bay, Far
North Queensland, and Greater Brisbane, including Ipswich,...
Capilano Honey has been researching the impact of
nutritional anxiety among Australian parents.
Statistics revealed confusion from an overload of
dietary information to blame for the rise, with more than one in 10
(12 per cent) admitting they are baffled by conflicting
Does your dietitian want you to keep a food diary? Do you
try, but it's just sooo tedious?
By Dale Cooke
Diabetes Qld Dietitian
Keeping a food diary has actually been proven to help some
people limit food intake, particularly of discretionary foods such
By Dale Cooke
Diabetes Qld Dietitian.
The Lancet has recently published a number of articles
highlighting initial results from the Prospective Urban Rural
Epidemiology (PURE) study.
The study followed more than 135,000 people from a variety of