- Jun 11, 2021
- by James Stevens-Cutler
Eating salad, turning down a beer, talking about your feelings, and going to the doctor when you’re sick could all get you called unmanly. And it has to stop!
- Dec 27, 2019
- by Ben Somerford
North Perth resident Tiago de Sousa quit alcohol and joined the MAN v FAT soccer program earlier this year and is now enjoying a healthier lifestyle with his young family.
- Nov 22, 2019
- by Guest Author
We all know fibre is important, but less than a third of Australian adults get enough.
- Sep 30, 2019
- by Ben Somerford
Subiaco's Michael Hedderwick reveals his lifestyle change of cutting out sugary drinks led to a major weight change.
- Mar 06, 2018
- by Kelly Eng
Having unsuccessfully attempted diets in the past Andrew readily joined the Life! program, always reminding himself of the reasons why he decided to make long term positive changes to his health.
- Mar 01, 2018
- by Clare O'Shea
By cutting back on sugary soft drinks, Mike has reduced his risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes and tooth decay, plus a range of other weight-related health problems. And now, with new research from Cancer Council Victoria and the University of Melbourne revealing sugary drink consumption can increase the risk of cancer, it looks like he has reduced this risk too.
- Nov 14, 2017
- by Amelia Harray
Time poor West Australians are helping to fuel an increased demand for ready meals on supermarket shelves. Moving from the frozen food aisle, ready meals are now also available in the chilled aisle and considered an affordable meal option for many WA families.
- Sep 28, 2017
- by Shannon Crane
Three weeks ago we introduced you to our healthy lifestyle champion, Andrea. Read on to find out how she’s tracking!
- Jul 07, 2017
- by LiveLighter
Laurence, a Western Australian postal worker, faced turning 53 and at 102kg decided it was time he put his health and his family first.
- 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.