Having good ‘body esteem’ as we age means aiming for a healthy rather than a perfect body and spending more time living in the now.
If you want a mood booster that may help you manage your weight too, it could be time to give sobriety a try.
A nightly glass or two of your favourite drop to unwind can become harmful if you don’t know the signs of dependence.
Not getting enough sleep and trying to play sleep catch-up on the weekend?
It seems sugar has taken over from fat as the latest enemy of good health, but does this sweet substance deserve all the bad press it’s getting?
Alcohol can be a popular way to switch off, but finding an alternative ways to relax or unwind could be fun and also good for your health.
Most of us have been on a diet or two, but are diets really a sustainable way of achieving a healthy weight?
Have you ever demolished a tub of ice cream or pack of chips after a bad day at work? Or mindlessly snacked your way through your favourite TV… read more
An exercise buddy can help you stick with your fitness routine as well as share challenges and triumphs, so it pays to choose them wisely.
Some cocktails can be as high in kilojoules as a burger, so next time you’re celebrating, consider an alcohol-free 'mocktail' instead.
Busy work and home lives mean our exercise regimes can often fall by the wayside. Here are some tips to help you get started again.
If you’re too focused on the scales, you could miss other important signs you’re on the right track for weight-loss success.
Just like smoking, prolonged periods of sitting may take years off your life. It’s time to stand up for yourself.
Forgot to take your lunch to work with you today? Check out our tips on choosing healthier alternatives when eating out.
Tips to help you avoid unhealthy food options at work functions and parties.