Health & Wellbeing

  • That sugar tax
    That sugar tax

    Simon Barden

    Taxes and death. Many of us try everything reasonable to avoid both, but, what if embracing one could help us to delay the other.

  • Go healthy for good - November 2016
    Go healthy for good - November 2016

    Nerida Mckibben

    It's time we brought wearing a hat in summer back into fashion. And it's official: boys cause more trouble than girls (during pregnancy).

  • Listening to my hair grow
    Listening to my hair grow

    Rose Brandon

    Taking a break when you’re overwhelmed by demands on your time, might be the best thing you can do.

  • Making healthy burgers
    Making healthy burgers

    Sue Radd

    While for a meat-eater a juicy burger can be one of life’s pleasures, most food such as this can bring on chronic disease.

  • Preventing inflammatory bowel disease
    Preventing inflammatory bowel disease

    Sue Radd

    While its exact cause is unknown, most researchers believe that inflammatory bowel disease involves a combination of a genetic susceptibility that “loads the gun” and a Western-style diet that “pulls the trigger.”

  • Making the switch
    Making the switch

    Simon Barden

    Few things in our day-to-day living are more influenced by tradition than our food choices, but sometimes, change is helpful.

  • Dark Green Leafy Vegetables
    Dark Green Leafy Vegetables

    Sue Radd

    They might taste bitter or peppery, but getting a regular dose of dark green leafy vegetables is an easy way to take your food as medicine.

  • What Should You Eat
    What Should You Eat

    Stefanie Thorpe

    Sifting through the plethora of dietary advice and food trends.

  • Shift Work Strategies
    Shift Work Strategies

    Sue Radd

    Shift work is hard on the body because it disrupts your circadian rhythm. But can what and when you eat help?

  • God's Health Care Plan
    God's Health Care Plan

    James Marcum

    Some simple solutions to improve your health without expensive medications.

  • A Puff of Smoke
    A Puff of Smoke

    Loren Seibold

    Even seemingly mundane behaviours can have huge spiritual consequences.

  • Sanitarium launches Focus on Fibre
    Sanitarium launches Focus on Fibre

    Vania Chew

    High-fibre diets can improve immunity, fight inflammation, boost digestive health and guard against colorectal cancer.

  • Our hands, His touch
    Our hands, His touch

    Paul Rankin

    The formula for ministry really is rather simple. Reach out to people and let God do the rest.

  • Happiness is ...
    Happiness is ...

    Neil Thompson

    Gratitudes, like prayers, are best expressed out loud because more of your mind is used in the process.

  • Find Your Wings Naturally
    Find Your Wings Naturally

    Ellesha Knight

    Energy drinks DO give you a boost, but not the kind you want.

  • Dan The Man
    Dan The Man

    Ellesha Knight

    What if we could change the way we thought, the way we felt, and the way we treated other people simply through the lifestyle we lived?

  • How a Catholic Nun Became a CHIP Evangelist
    How a Catholic Nun Became a CHIP Evangelist

    Paul Rankin / Vania Chew

    Sister Pat, a Missionary Sister of Service, has truly become a CHIP evangelist.

  • Alternative Sweeteners
    Alternative Sweeteners

    Sue Radd

    Sugar has gotten a bad rap for being highly refined and a source of empty kilojoules. But what else can you use?

  • Bean There?
    Bean There?

    Stefanie Thorpe

    The United Nations has declared 2016 the International Year of Pulses (beans). What it is about beans that warrants such acclamation?

  • Living Well Health Course Launched
    Living Well Health Course Launched

    Kent Kingston

    Living Well was developed by the Discovery Centre in collaboration with health experts from Sanitarium, Avondale College, the Sydney Adventist Hospital’s Australasian Research Institute and SPD.

  • First CHIP Changes lives in Vanuatu
    First CHIP Changes lives in Vanuatu

    Rennie Ngwele / Linden Chuang

    Sixty-two people have graduated from the first Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) held in Vanuatu.

  • What's for Dinner
    What's for Dinner

    Loren Seibold

    The Bible doesn't condemn the consumption of food nor our enjoyment of it, but society's obsession with what we eat may be getting out of hand

  • Delicious, Nutritious and Auspicious
    Delicious, Nutritious and Auspicious

    * Record Staff

    Move over Jamie Oliver, there is a new 30-minute master chef on the air.

  • Preventing Alzheimer's Disease
    Preventing Alzheimer's Disease

    Sue Radd

    How would you feel if you were diagnosed with mild memory problems, which could progress to dementia within just five years?

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