Sarah Berry Cereal is no longer the breakfast of champions.
Janet Hawley People with chronic health problems are discovering that there is a miracle drug that can help them. It's called exercise.
Making overweight and obese people feel bad about their size does not encourage them to shed excess kilograms, researchers found.
Sarah Berry Australian culture is marinated in alcohol, but where do we sit in the worldwide list of biggest boozers?
Jesinta Campbell reveals her training tips for The Canberra Times Fun Run on September 7.
Get ready for summer
Livia Gamble Winter is just about over and as hard as we tried, some of us became victims of the cold. We exercised less and stayed in bed more.
Time to celebrate?
Anahad O'Connor People who avoid carbohydrates and eat more fat, even saturated fat, lose more body fat and have fewer cardiovascular risks than people who follow the low-fat diet that health authorities have...
Paula Goodyer There’s growing evidence that what we do to boost our health on the inside can improve how we look on the outside too.
Livia Gamble There is a fantastic amount of focus on breast cancer support and awareness. That's great, but there is another cancer we should be focusing on as well.
How to eat
Paula Goodyer Scientists from the University of Copenhagen believe a higher protein/ lower carbohydrate pattern of eating is the way to go.
Sarah Berry New study links salt to 1.65 million deaths annually. So how much is too much and is salt really as bad as they say?
Sarah Berry You have to be a fully fledged unsalvageable freak to enjoy green powders like spirulina or chlorella.
The fat fad
Theo Chapman At 5am, before he begins his six-hour training session, Tim Reed tucks into a breakfast of four eggs, sausages, full-fat yoghurt and some nuts washed down with a “bulletproof”...
Preventing bowel cancer
Paula Goodyer The research linking meat-rich diets to a higher risk of bowel cancer often raises more questions than answers.
Graphic "toxic fat" television ads will be splashed across Victoria in a bid to tackle the state's growing obesity problem.
Julia Medew Thousands of Australians could benefit from a combination of two drugs that help people lose weight, but only if they can tolerate side-effects including depression, heart palpitations and insomnia,...
Sandy Smith Substituting cow’s milk for camel milk might not sound that appetising but a look at the health benefits and you might be queuing for a camel latte sooner than you think.
Harriet Alexander Food companies are advertising products such as Kit Kats and Coco Pops to children because they are classified as healthy under their own nutritional standards.
Chew on This
Paula Goodyer We've known for a while that exercise can improve depression but could a healthier diet also help tame the black dog?
Sandy Smith The Paleo diet might be heading for extinction, like the cavemen who inspired it, after the country’s leading nutrition body warned Australians that the popular eating plan is potentially...