Tag: healthy lifestyle

Walking is one of the best forms of exercise because you can do it just about anywhere and it helps you reduce your cancer risk.   If you’re new to walking or looking to walk more, here are some tips and tricks to help you get out there enjoying yourself.  Get your body ready  One of […]

We hear you, you’re out there wanting to get better at forming healthy habits, often accompanied by a long list of goals and a promise to change your lifestyle in some way.   Often these promises include an array of healthy eating and activity goals that can cost a lot of money (yes we are talking […]

Fruit and vegetables

Eating a diet full of vegies and fruit is important during the winter months. Try our recipes for staying nourished.

Woman looking at kitchen pantry

An easy way to eat healthy is to include more wholegrains, vegetables and fruit when restocking the pantry. Try these ingredients.

Comfort food are usually high in calories and low in nutrients. Try these healthy alternatives instead.

Eating more plant-based food is a way you can reduce your cancer risk and the risk of other chronic diseases. Another benefit of eating less meat is that it’s good for the environment. Did you know that it can take 30 bathtubs of water to produce just one beefburger? Ready to do something good for […]

Eating a healthy lunch packed full of vegies, protein and wholegrains will keep you well fuelled for the afternoon and help you avoid that 3pm slump! Whether you are working from home or travelling to work, try these 5 easy lunch ideas to get more fresh, healthy food in your day. 1. Brilliant burrito bowls […]

We all experience it at some point, the mid-afternoon energy slump where we feel the desperate need to reach for a sugar hit. But resist the urge for chocolate and biscuits! Studies have shown that snacks with lots of added sugar make you feel even more sleepy by blocking the neurotransmitters that help you feel […]

Science has proven that sunscreen reduces the risk of melanoma and other skin cancers. Cancer Council recommends using sunscreen that is at least SPF30+ (or higher), broad-spectrum and water-resistant. However, for it to effectively protect our skin, it needs to be applied correctly! So, how do you make sure you’re applying sunscreen correctly? 8 tips […]

UV radiation is responsible for more than 95% of all skin cancers in Australia. Sunscreen reduces the amount of UV radiation reaching the skin by providing a barrier to absorb or reflect UV away, preventing damage to the cells below. Cancer Council recommends sunscreen use whenever the UV is 3 or above. The manufacture of […]