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Extreme low-calorie diet for teenagers could be 'linked to depression'

Extreme low-calorie diet for teenagers could be 'linked to depression'

A group of 29 Australian and US doctors have called for an adolescent weight-loss study to be abandoned.

  • by Kasey Edwards

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'She was literally wasting away': the food allergy no one has heard of
Diet

'She was literally wasting away': the food allergy no one has heard of

FPIES can be triggered by any food, with misdiagnosis leaving parents desperate for answers.

  • by Mary Ward
The simple change we can make to reduce the risk of depression
Nutrition

The simple change we can make to reduce the risk of depression

New research looking at nearly 46,000 people found that a healthier diet can significantly improve symptoms of depression.

  • by Sarah Berry
Celebrities love 'The Greenprint'. But what exactly is it?
Veganism

Celebrities love 'The Greenprint'. But what exactly is it?

After Beyonce posted a rare social media endorsement for the program last week, the founder of The Greenprint explains what it actually is.

I'm healthy now, but will going vegan for the year boost it even more?
Diet

I'm healthy now, but will going vegan for the year boost it even more?

“A lot of fad diets come and go, but veganism is different because it’s not a diet, it’s an ethical lifestyle choice and that means it will always keep growing.”

  • by Blanche Clark
Bringing a packed lunch will boost your savings, but also your mood
Nutrition

Bringing a packed lunch will boost your savings, but also your mood

Planning lunches and eating with others can lower your stress, improve your work performance and help your bank balance.

  • by Clare Collins
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'Civilisation in crisis': Science tells us how to eat to save our planet
Environmental Protection

'Civilisation in crisis': Science tells us how to eat to save our planet

Humanity must radically change its diet to avert catastrophic damage to the planet, including cutting red meat consumption by more than half, a major report warns.

  • by Kate Aubusson
Is sugar an 'essential childhood experience'?
Opinion
Baby

Is sugar an 'essential childhood experience'?

If I make a sugar-free birthday cake for my child am I depriving her of being a kid?

  • by Sarah Berry
'Vegangelists' and high-intensity skipping lead health trends for 2019
Fitness

'Vegangelists' and high-intensity skipping lead health trends for 2019

From smart mirrors to part-time veganism and recycled workout clothes, these are the biggest health trends to look out for this year.

  • by Anna Magee
Thinking of going vegan for the new year? Think again
Opinion
Opinion

Thinking of going vegan for the new year? Think again

It’s likely a lot less healthy – for you and for the planet – than is commonly believed.

  • by Elizabeth Farrelly
What to do before and after Christmas lunch
Fitness

What to do before and after Christmas lunch

Should you sit on your bum with all that yum in your tum?

  • by Mary Ward