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Chocolate: the good, the bad, and the ugly

With your pantry choc-a-block with treats in the aftermath of Easter, it’s near impossible not to give into your chocolate cravings. Here we look at enjoying chocolate in moderation and how to make healthy – or healthier – choices when choosing chocolate ...

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Stay Healthy and happy this festive season

Filled with tempting treats and plentiful parties, the silly season can be a danger zone when it comes to keeping up our healthy habits.

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What's The Best Nut?

Is there one nut to rule them all when it comes to the health benefits of antioxidants?

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Eating Lean: Low Fat Snacking

Sometimes having a snack can be just the thing to help you power through the day. But it can also be a major trap for those looking to keep their fat intake low.

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Lulled By Low Fat Label?

Did you have another bowl because the label said "low fat"? Well, be warned that low fat is not necessarily "low kilojoule". And consuming these foods can lead us to eat up to 45 per cent more kilojoules.

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Snack Foods Supply Excess Fat

Aussie kids are consuming two to four times the recommended amounts of unhealthy snack foods, a new study has revealed.

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Filling up? Think French

Why don't the French get fat, considering all the wine, cheese, pate and pastries they eat? The answer may lie in their eating habits.

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Crunch On A Carrot

Parents make lots of strange claims about food. There's no way that eating bread crusts makes hair go curly … so should you believe adults when they say carrots help you see in the dark?

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Saturday Sabotage

If you're struggling to control your weight, it may be that your Saturdays are sabotaging your healthy eating efforts.

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Feeding Kids Fat: A Balancing Act

Despite worldwide alarm about rising childhood obesity, health experts are warning that fat should not be cut completely from children's diets.

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Think About Eating

Are you a cookie crumbler? Or a chip cruncher? Or a chocolate chomper? Well, that’s okay, as long as you don’t do it every day.

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Choose Healthy Fuel

Just like a car engine needs petrol, your body needs fuel. It needs food!

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Yummy Yoghurt

Have you tried yoghurt? If you haven't, perhaps you should. Not only is it a tasty snack, it can help you with the garden in your tummy.

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Kitchen Clean-Out Time

Have a look in your kitchen cupboards and refrigerator. If you're looking at biscuits and lollies rather than fruit and vegetables, perhaps it's time to talk with your parents about a kitchen clean-out.

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Keep Watch For Sneaky Calories

It's the foods that we eat when the real focus of the occasion is elsewhere that often pack the biggest punch when it comes to tallying the kilojoules (calories). Finger foods and the alcoholic drinks you hold with the other hand can be very sneaky.

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