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How I Improved My Travel Food Safety With Freedom Foods In One Day

Travel food safety is a must when travelling to ensure an enjoyable trip

It’s a fact, around 600 million people – almost 1 in 10 globally – fall ill after eating contaminated food yearly according to the World Health Organization (WHO) and a recent Lonergan Research survey found 1-in-4 Australians travelling to at-risk destinations fell ill on their last trip. So, how can you avoid getting sick when travelling?

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ANXIETY SUFFERS KAVA IS NOW LEGAL

Kava now legal in Australia

InShape Feature – Anxiety Sufferers Kava is Now Legal  It’s estimated that some 45% of Australians will experience a mental health disorder during their lifetime. In fact, in a year around 1 million Australias will suffer from depression, while 2 million will have anxiety. However, changes to national supply laws mean that one of the fastest acting […]

HEALTH & NUTRITIONAL MEDICINE EXPERT FIONA TUCK EXPOSES COOKING OIL MYTHS

Anyone who has been shopping lately knows how hard it is to find the right cooking oil. Many of us, including Fiona Tuck, nutritional medicine practitioner, stand in front of the shelves just gazing at the endless choices – canola, olive, avocado, and rice bran – the list just goes on-and-on. Then, we recall the latest research and other published findings, further complicating the issue further – don’t go for animal fats vegetable is better, hang on, it may be better to switch back. Duh-oh! So, which oil is the best for our health?

Virtual Reality – 30-Minute Core – Grit – The Orange Theory – HIIT – Sprint – It’s a Fitness Revolution

The face of the fitness industry is changing rapidly with the latest trends in fitness training – short, intense workouts taking taken over, because “TIME IS MONEY”!

New Chronic Pain Treatment Revolutionises Sufferer Therapy Options

The Resolve Pain Clinic, based in Caine, Western Australia, has announced that a second pilot study and recent in-clinic testing suggests a new, very inexpensive neurological treatment method can actually switch off chronic pain signalling, often in just minutes. This new chronic pain strategy has been found to be useful for a broad range of chronic pain types, from back and neck pain to arthritis pain, and even fibromyalgia.

Healthy Eating: The Mediterranean Diet

Research indicates that the Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of illnesses such as heart disease and stroke. However, this diet is a lifestyle choice rather than a short-term craze to lose weight and improve health.

JOIN THE HURLEY SURF CLUB’S FREE SESSIONS TO SURF LIKE A PRO

If you want to surf like a pro, but never had the confidence to follow your dream, then the Hurley Surf Club, with global hotspots, can make it happen. In Australia, the club is helping surfers progress from ‘wipeouts’ to ‘gnarly’ with their surf coaching program that’s travelling around New South Wales before heading to Victoria and, South and Western Australia.

INTERDENTAL CLEANING GOING WHERE NO TOOTHBRUSH HAS EVER BEEN

Ask most dentists about oral hygiene and they’ll say that you must brush twice a day and floss regularly to avoid tooth decay. But, not all dentists, agree. Some will suggest that there are better alternatives to floss, which often isn’t used correctly in order for it to be effective. This is where interdental cleaning makes a spectacular entrance that leaves the crowd breathless.

GWINGANNA LIFESTYLE RETREAT HELPING TO REDUCE HIGH LEVELS OF STRESS

IN-DEPTH NEWS FEATURE: The Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat is changing the lives of Australians, one guest at a time. Tucked away in the mountains above the Gold Coast in the Tallebudgera Valley, this lifestyle retreat aims to reduce stress, which according to Lifeline Australia affects 91 percent of Australians in at least one important area of their lives […]

PHYSICAL EDUCATION COLLEGE GIVES CAMDODIAN CHILDREN A BRIGHTER FUTURE

IN-DEPTH NEWS FEATURE: Aiming to improve life for disadvantaged children in Cambodia, many of whom work from a young age and live in poverty, the Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE) and the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) have teamed-up to offer a mutually rewarding and life-changing educational experience held in Cambodia for ACPE students and Cambodian […]

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