• Meal planner

    The problem with meal plans (alternative title: check out our new meal plan!)

    • Apr 10, 2017
    • by Anne Finch

    The problem with meal plans… is that it’s essentially someone else telling you what to eat. Unless you’ve got a private dietitian on call who knows what you like, how much time you have and what’s in your fridge, the meal plan can end up being very disconnected from reality.

  • lunchbox

    Back to school

    • Feb 03, 2017
    • by Sarah Moore

    You don’t need to spend hours in the kitchen to put together nutritious, balanced lunch boxes. Registered Nutritionist, Sarah Moore gives us the low-down on keeping mornings easy and giving the kids a lunch that keeps them going.

  • Spring clean your fridge

    Operation Spring Clean: make healthy eating the easy choice

    • Sep 16, 2016
    • by Jenny Atkins

    Spring is here and plans start being made to deep clean the house, spruce up the garden, organise the garage and wardrobe. What about your pantry, fridge and freezer? Do you stare at a cluttered fridge and pantry wondering what to cook for dinner?

  • Watermelon face

    Meat and potatoes, please: health advice for dads

    • Sep 02, 2016
    • by Nick Nation

    Are you that dad, that meat and potatoes kind of dad? You know, the kind of dad that reckons greens are for rabbits? Well next time you sit down at the dinner table, take a look around. Your kids could be mimicking your habits.

  • coins surrounding and apple

    Is fundraising possible without chocolate bars?

    • May 23, 2016
    • by Ann Ronning

    In nearly every office, the box of fundraising chocolates lurks in the tea room waiting to tempt passers-by into an unhealthy binge. "It's for a good cause," it whispers softly, trying to justify the extra kilojoules from added fats and sugar.

  • Five spice hoisin pork with cauliflower mash

    Perfect portions: the size of our plates has grown (and so have our waistlines)

    • Feb 18, 2016
    • by Kellie-Ann Jolly

    When we eat out nowadays, we expect to be served a super-sized meal on a giant plate and feel ripped-off if we receive anything less.

  • Family enjoying a bike ride

    Get back into the groove

    • Feb 05, 2016
    • by Jenny Atkins

    The summer holidays have come to an end, and it’s time to iron out the indulgent holiday habits and get back to a healthy family routine!

  • A Christmas tree made out of fruit

    Six ways to stay healthy this festive season

    • Nov 27, 2015
    • by Alison McAleese

    Every year in the week before Christmas, after a month of parties, I have the same conversation with myself: Next year I’m going to think about Christmas earlier and factor in my health.

  • A shopping basket filled with vegies

    Love food but hate waste? Read on.

    • Oct 15, 2015
    • by Jenny Atkins

    My life is about food! Food provides nourishment and plays a part in entertaining, celebrations and most, if not all, activities with family and friends.

  • Bowl of roasted vegies

    Five ways to get your five a day

    • Oct 02, 2015
    • by Anne Finch

    I love the current food trend of putting vegetables at the front and centre of the meal.