Sarah Berry It's hardly what you expect from a cigar-smoking, bling-toting, former drug dealer, but Jay-Z (and wife Beyonce) are going green.
Janet Hawley People with chronic health problems are discovering that there is a miracle drug that can help them. It's called exercise.
Kim Arlington Chances are our Paleolithic ancestors never served up their woolly mammoth with a wild mushroom jus, or their ocean-caught fish with a pistachio and coconut crust.
Put down that juice!
Put down that juice!
Despite its benefits, the poses and the chanting can be too much of a stretch for some males.
Kathleen Alleaume Juices and smoothies are equally fashionable within the cleanse culture, yet each has distinct advantages and drawbacks.
Paula Goodyer Five years ago, designer Matthew Beattie was dedicating four evenings each week to Latin dancing - a mix of merengue and salsa that kept him fit and gave him a social life.
Paula Goodyer Hard-to-manage blood sugar levels can make it difficult to exercise with Type 1 diabetes - but a new program is showing the way.
Libby McShane There's more to recovering from anorexia than just putting on some weight, writes *Libby McShane.
Laura Hambleton It's a mystery: When we twist our ankle playing tennis, it can take weeks to heal, but when a pro athlete does it, he often misses barely a beat.
The Gallic appetite for good food and wine is no secret. But less is known about how this strong culture helps a nation stay slim.
Alexandra Bathman Wearing a faded T-shirt, dusty trousers and yellow Hard Yakka boots, it's unlikely anybody would ever pick Ryan as a recovered anorexic.
Sarah Berry We power through our yoga, party at an equally accelerated pace and then furiously go on a fast. We want to have our activated almond nut mylk liquid cake and chew it at least 20 times.
Paula Goodyer You go to the gym and work out for 15 minutes three times a week. In return for this small investment in time, there's a big payoff.
Not for wimps
Paula Goodyer Short, sharp workouts can really boost your fitness - but they're not for wimps
Waste of money?
Paula Goodyer Are multivitamins a way to plug nutritional gaps - or a waste of money?
Paula Goodyer For three weeks this year, scientist Amanda Salis went from sunrise to sundown each day without eating a thing.
Giving fasting a go
Paula Goodyer When obesity researcher Amanda Salis tried fasting she found some unexpected benefits
Paula Goodyer Each year in NSW alone we throw out $694 million of leftovers. That's not the food tossed out by restaurants or supermarkets, it's us scraping leftovers into the kitchen bin.
Paula Goodyer Finding the motivation to get fitter by regular walking deserves a pat on the back - so imagine how it feels if instead you get people yelling at you from passing cars, poking fun at your size.