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Living Well

Welcome to the start of great health

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What exactly does it mean to be healthy? Explore this and discover how you can make changes to become healthier.

What You Will Learn

What is Health?

Learning about health can be overwhelming - there is so much information! The Living Well course simplifies what makes good health so it is easy to understand and apply.

Making the Change

Are you ready to change? Learn about the responsibility of your health, goal setting and the stages of behaviour change.

Getting to Know the Basics

Achieving good health is simpler than you think! Improve your health by improving in some basic areas, including healthy eating, exercise and sleep.

Authors

Julie Hoey
Julie Hoey

BSc (Nutrition and Food Sciences), Grad Dip Dietetics, Grad Dip Ed

Maddison Fox
Maddison Fox

BSc (Nutrition), Hons (Dietetics), APD, AN, BAppSc (Exercise and Sport Science), Sports Dietition

Ross Grant
Dr Ross Grant

Phd (NeuroPharmacology), MAppSc (Clin Chemistry), BEd (Sc) (Biochemistry/Chemistry)

Darren Morton
Dr Darren Morton

PhD (Human Physiology), MAppSc (Human Movement), BEd (Distinction)

Christiana Leimena
Dr Christiana Leimena

PhD (Cell Biology and Inherited Heart Disease), BSc Hons (Biomedical Science)

Reviews (27)

Excellent course to help remind you of what is important to living a good and healthy life.

Cate Bowley

Interesting and informative. I'm keen to get started. Thank you for making this possible. Mel.

Melissa Gray

This course contained some interesting facts. It was easy to understand and I found it quite motivational.

toni calman

This course is wonderful! Introduce how can we become more healthier with some short paragraphs.

Sherry He

I have found it helpful and easy to follow, I recommend to anyone who wishes to improve their health.

Daphne Misbrener

health is too much important for human. it is necessary to improve your health. fresh air, good eating, water but sugary water is limited, sleep, exercise, the sunshine , all these things are too much necessary.

Sara George