Christmas is a special and enjoyable time of the year – but for many, it can also be their biggest downfall with diet and health. With the work parties, family gatherings, end of year celebrations, lunches, dinners and drinks, the read more.
Many of us are well aware that our sugar consumption can be linked to an increased risk of numerous health ailments such as Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity and a host of other serious conditions. Unfortunately, however, the reality read more.
Being a fitness model, full-time personal trainer, wellness coach and crowned the official World, Universe, Galaxy and Australian Champion is no easy feat – but our Noshu sponsored super athlete Kat has achieved it all and more. Like you probably read more.
It’s your turn to host the Christmas ‘do’ this year. You’re all set to nail the festive spread with a weapon of delicious holiday favourites to dish up to your guests…. except there’s one problem… you’ve just been told that read more.
Article by Cliff Harvey ND, PhD (c). A lot of people I know thrive on high carbohydrate diets. On the other hand, even more of my friends thrive on low carbohydrate diets, and a whole bunch are somewhere in between…and read more.
The festive season is officially upon us, and while we’re huge advocates of relaxing a little and indulging, we don’t think that that the holidays are an excuse to go overboard. There’s a fine tipping point where an indulgence can read more.
The quantity of artificial sweeteners we consume in our diets has increased dramatically over recent years – and it’s no wonder. With food manufacturers looking to showcase the newest and best “low-calorie” and “sugar-free” foods to appeal to the growing read more.
“Sugar-free”, “fat-free”, “light” – we see these labels plastered all across packaging as we browse the supermarket aisles. With a growing trend toward ‘clean’ and conscious eating, the marketing tricks brands employ to attract consumers to their “healthy” products have read more.