Bronwen King 12:00am There are ways to be clever with sugar so you get that sweet hit you might crave, without maxing your daily quotient.
SARAH BERRY 12:00am A test on BBC's Trust Me, I'm a Doctor has found that reheating pasta makes it healthier and may even help us to lose weight.
Not so healthy?
Paula Goodyer The health food aisle is often where junk hides behind labels such as "organic" and "gluten-free".
JIL HOGAN The Live Lighter campaign will take people inside the human body to show the internal dangers of being overweight.
SARAH BERRY "More and more people recognise that conventional meat production can have truly devastating environmental impacts."
CAROLINE ZIELINSKI Losing weight gradually is not more effective than rapid weight loss, despite what you may heard.
Paula Goodyer The road to better eating can be littered with obstacles.
Leslie Baker There's still plenty you can do to add years to your life. These 10 ways are easy and have more significance than most of us realise.
Natasha Boddy and Michael Inman Swapping an hour of sitting for standing may just keep you alive for longer.
SARAH BERRY In news that will have coffee lovers reaching for a cup, a new study has found that our beloved brew may help to protect our livers.
Better and faster
David Dellanave and Kelly Starrett Getting stronger is essential to becoming a better runner.
Susie Burrell Here are some of the deeply entrenched behavioural habits that are common in individuals who manage to control their weight, not just in the short term, but for life.
Beat the books
RACHEL CLUN HSC exams are coming up, and end-of-year university exams are also looming. For those facing tough tests, the latest advice is not to study more, but to study smarter.
Sarah Knapton Why failing to switch off gadgets at night could be powering obesity.
SARAH BERRY We are seeing a surge in popularity of this ancient food practice. This is why.
Paula Goodyer We might not have health warnings on alcohol in Australia yet – although warnings about drinking during pregnancy are on the way – but plenty of other countries do.
Only in moderation
Victoria Lambert Victoria Lambert welcomes a trend that encourages us to exercise only in moderation.
Health and fitness
RACHEL CLUN While there's nothing run with taking up a new exercise or diet regime, there are a few fads at the moment that it's best to avoid – for the good of your health.
RACHEL CLUN Many of us spend the work day hunched over a computer while seated at a desk.
Pete Evans slammed
ERYK BAGSHAW The heart foundation and the dietitians association of association of Australia have slammed Chef Pete Evans’ spray about the Paleo diet on social media.
The downside of dairy
Paula Goodyer Depending on who you talk to, dairy food is a valuable source of nutrients or a cause of runny noses and bloating. But the dairy issue that rarely gets an airing is the cost to animal welfare of all the dairy products Australians consume, including about 104 litres of milk per head each year.
Celebrities, please stop
Skinny celebrities love to bang on about their favourite fattening foods – they need to stop
Pros and cons
Susie Burrell A wide variety of low fat, reduced fat and A2 cow’s milk competes with goats, rice, coconut, soy, nut and oats milks on supermarket shelves. Let's look at the pros and cons of each.
SARAH BERRY Half of the men and one third of women in Australia will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. If this statistic wasn't sobering enough, much of it is preventable.
Has the fun gone out of food?
Sandy Smith Can you enjoy a bowl of ice-cream without the guilt? Do you drink red wine instead of white because it contains more antioxidants? How often do you eat something just because you like the taste of it without thinking about how much good it is doing you?