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Go The Whole Grain

Healthy eating guidelines advise us to opt for whole grains products rather than their refined counterparts, so what constitutes a whole grain product, and why are they so much better for us?

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Top Tips For Eating Well With CAD

Most of us know what we should be eating: Low GI carbs, fresh fruit and vegetables, low-fat protein and only small amounts of fat. Putting it into practice is another matter...

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Know Your Nutrients

Healthy eating is essential for managing CAD. So what are the general guidelines for dietary intake of different nutrients?

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The Right Balance: Eating Healthy With Diabetes

Making healthy food choices can help you manage your diabetes – and it’s all about achieving the right balance.

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Seaweed To Make Burgers Better

British scientists are pushing for junk food to be made healthier - by adding seaweed extract.

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Fruit And Veg Ingredient May Protect Against Cancer

Pectin, better known for its jam-setting qualities and as a component of dietary fibre, may help explain why fruits and vegetables can protect against cancers.

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Combo Meals Combat Cholesterol

Foods such as soy protein, almonds, oats and barley may reduce cholesterol levels more effectively when eaten in combination.

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Magic Mushrooms

Few folks get excited about mushrooms yet these unassuming fungi offer a wealth of healthy ingredients.

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Powered By Porridge

Porridge is enjoying a resurgence in popularity as more people realise it is a healthy food that's good for breakfast (and more). So why is it so good for us?

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Fibre Fundamentals

We hear a lot about dietary fibre and how it plays a vital role in keeping us running smoothly. But fibre is not only essential for good ‘inner' health, it may also protect against some diseases.

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Top 10 Cancer-Fighting Foods

Cancer is a word that strikes fear into all of us. So what foods can we eat to reduce our risk of suffering from any form of cancer?

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Healthy Hearts Ride Rough

Taking the rough with the smooth needs to be diet advice - if not an attitude - for healthy adults in the over-65 age group.

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More Rye, Better Bowel

Fibre from rye appears more effective than that obtained from wheat for improving bowel health.

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Diet, Exercise Kill Cancer

Prostate cancer cells in a laboratory dish can be induced to die. They just have to have contact with the blood of a man who - for just 11 days - has eaten a low-fat, high-fibre diet and exercised daily.

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Upset By Irritable Bowel?

Irritable Bowel Syndrome may affect up to one in seven Australians at some point in time - which makes for a lot of cranky colons. What can we do about this debilitating condition?

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