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Picky eating in children is common – after all, it can take years to develop a sophisticated palate. But it is increasingly acknowledged that many adults have difficulty with a variety of exotic and not-so-exotic foods – like vegetables. Susanna Nelson looks at how picky eaters can stay healthy
We’re told organic food will solve environmental problems, improve animal welfare and benefit our diet. But what does organic really mean and is it better for us? Alice Algie investigates the merits of an organic diet
Contrary to popular belief, there’s no need to drastically restrict your diet during pregnancy and cut out all the foods you love. In fact, as David Goding discovers, it’s important to eat a wide variety of foods to meet the nutritional demands of you and your baby
How many times do you pick up a food product in a supermarket that claims to be 100 per cent ‘natural’? Whether for health or ethical reasons, organic and natural products sell – and food manufacturers know this. Susanna Nelson looks at the reliability of claims made on food packaging
Fish is rich in omega-3, which boosts heart health. So how much do you need and are there other sources? Dietitian Sarina Lococo answers your questions
How should your diet change as you age? Exercise and nutrition scientist Kathleen Alleaume gives a decade-by-decade breakdown of the best foods to guarantee you look and feel your best at every age
The faster your metabolism, the more kilojoules you burn, and the easier it is to lose weight. David Goding shows you how to rev your body’s engine with simple, easy-to-implement solutions
Yoghurt is a rich source of nutrients, low in fat and easily digested. Dietitian Sarina Lococo shows you how to restore inner balance and harmony with this dairy champion
Ever wondered about the environmental impact of high protein eating plans? The vegan Eco-Atkins diet may be the answer for those of us who rank good health and environmental responsibility alongside weight loss, writes Susanna Nelson
Healthy party food is an oxymoron, right? Not necessarily. Marisa Branscombe shows you how to serve nutritious food and drink at your next soiree
Forget the old-fashioned scorched snags in white bread smothered with `dead horse’, barbecues are now sophisticated alfresco soirees with healthy cuisine options, as Melanie Murphy discovered
It can be difficult to stay away from refined sugar, especially if you have a sweet tooth. But as wellness coach Tamra Mercieca explains, there are healthy options that carry an array of nutritional benefits.
David Goding takes a look at the important role B-vitamins play in keeping you energised!
Boost your health by including these Japanese staples in your diet
Is your diet being sabotaged by an undetected hormone imbalance?
With winter around the corner, creating healthy versions of traditional comfort foods are one way to stop yourself from eating unwanted calories! We rework some traditional favourites:
Nutritionist Lisa McLean explains the benefits of oats and helps you to choose the right ones for you!
Want to feel slim, fit & happy? It may be a simple case of tweaking your diet, setting some realistic goals and eating at regular intervals