- Aug 06, 2021
- by LiveLighter
We recently caught up with WA softballer Verity Long-Droppert as part of our latest social media campaign. We talked food, sports and preparing for performance.
- Aug 02, 2021
- by Ainslie Sartori
As millions of children and families around the globe tune in to see amazing feats of strength, endurance, and agility at this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo, health experts have raised concerns about the huge volume of junk food and sugary drink marketing they will unwittingly be exposed to.
- 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!
- Jun 05, 2020
- by Hannah Pierce
A recent snapshot report has found that in just one hour on a Friday night, one person was targeted with alcohol ads on Facebook and Instagram every 35 seconds. Check out the six tactics the alcohol industry has been using during this public health crisis to encourage us to buy and drink more alcohol.
- Feb 01, 2020
- by Michelle Jongenelis
When it comes to what kids eat, how important are grandparents really?
- Jan 15, 2020
- by Dr Rebecca Williams
The Australian Dental Association of WA has teamed up with LiveLighter® to create a new campaign to help ditch sugary drinks and help to keep dentist visits quick and painless. Dr Rebecca Williams, paediatric dentist, gives us the rundown on why sugary drinks are a rotten choice.
- 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.
- Jul 29, 2019
- by Guest Author
West Coast Fever player Kaylia Stanton gives us the low down on the life of a professional netballer and insight into her practical placement with LiveLighter.
- 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.
- Jun 21, 2017
- by Alice Pryor
As the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and McDonald’s part ways, it's a unique opportunity for the IOC to look for healthier sponsors.