WA Media Releases
Western Australians are not eating enough vegies
One in 14 WA adults meet the recommended daily serve of vegies
Richmond Football Club sets benchmark for healthy sponsorship in AFL
The review found that 17 of the 18 AFL clubs were sponsored by at least one ‘red’ sponsor, with six of the teams having unhealthy sponsors on their playing uniform
WA records lowest levels of teenage sugary drinks consumption in Australia
Latest survey indicates LiveLighter’s® positive impact
Study finds 2 in 3 drinks at Perth supermarket checkouts are bad for health
A LiveLighter analysis found that only one quarter of the drinks displayed were sugar and sweetener free.
Glory extends partnership with LiveLighter
The LiveLighter message will be seen during the 2019/20 Hyundai A-League season with the extension of Glory’s existing partnership with Healthway.
LiveLighter calls for urgent action with new campaign
CCWA will today launch the next LiveLighter® public education campaign that urges Western Australians to reduce their cancer risk by reducing sugary drink consumption
Juice study supports LiveLighter’s Health Star Ratings push for change
An analysis of 38 popular ready-to-drink juice brands shows the need to make changes to the way that Health Star Ratings (HSR) are calculated for fruit juices to help consumers make more informed decisions, according to LiveLighter.
Aussies’ growing ‘app-etite’ for convenience comes at a price
New data reveals convenience foods get in the way of our efforts to eat well
More than half a kilo of sugar in Eggstreme Easter eggs
If you’re not keen on a nine hour jog this long weekend, you might want to skip that giant egg. Cancer Council WA’s LiveLighter dietitians went on an egg hunt this week to see just how much sugar is lurking in the trendy enormous eggs for sale across Perth.
Cleaning Up Junk Food In Sport – It’s Just Not Cricket
Public health groups are calling on elite sporting clubs to clean their act up as new research shows mums and dads are sick of major sports codes partnering with junk food companies that put profits before health.