Sarah Berry She's had her ups and downs, but Ajay Rochester fears her compulsive eating will kill her.
Chew on this
Paula Goodyer For emotional eaters dieting is barking up the wrong tree
Taste for exercise?
Sarah Berry Nutrition labels are inconsistent and confusing, and governments around the world are looking for ways to make them easier to understand.
Graham Osborne Can eating your vegies really help to fight cancer and other chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes?
Chaos and control
Sarah Berry New evidence suggests eating disorders may be sparked by stress.
Paula Goodyer If you'd rather eat plants than pork, where do you go?
Rachel Browne It is the most important tool in weight loss and often the most overlooked. No, it's not a high-tech exercise machine or a set of digital scales. It's the human brain.
Amy Molloy Massages, buttery toast, long baths and less workouts... It sounds too good to be true, but Sydney's newest fitness guru says his regime can change your body.
Alyce Vayle Is the way you think keeping you fat?
The latest invention to prey on the insecurities (and insanity) people have about their weight is a 'miracle patch' which is sewn into the tongue.
A vegetarian diet may help people, particularly men, live longer than those who regularly eat meat, according to a study of more than 70,000 Seventh-day Adventists.
Paula Goodyer We put ham in our sandwiches and chorizo in pasta. There's pepperoni on the Friday night pizza, sausages at Saturday morning soccer and bacon with Sunday's big breakfast.
Chew on this
Paula Goodyer With ten per cent of bowel cancer now linked to processed meat, should we swap ham for hummus?
Cassy Small Australia is up there with the world's fattest countries. What are the thinner, healthier countries doing right?
Julia Medew, Mark Hawthorne Australian food manufacturers and suppliers are pushing to increase the amount of gluten allowed in so-called ''gluten-free'' foods which thousands of people with digestive problems rely on.
Shelly Horton Internationally famous but Aussie born chef Curtis Stone had his own ''ah-ha'' moment and it wasn't when he was on Oprah Winfrey's show.
Amy Molloy Do you eat the same sandwich every day? We're a nation of habitual eaters... but is it healthy?
Shelly Horton I'd like to thank Dr Ginni Mansberg for writing a book just for me. Seriously when I was reading How To Handle Your Hormones it was like she'd been snooping in my diary.
Charmaine Yabsley It may not seem like it, but riding a stationary bike can get you somewhere.
Melissa Davey People can be educated about the importance of eating sensible serving sizes - but their self-control will fly out the window the moment they are given a bulging plate of food.