• Do you love bacon, but keep hearing conflicting stories about if it’s good or bad for you? We’ve decided to take a look and get both sides of the argument, so you know what’s what.

    Things every bacon lover needs to know

    Do you love bacon, but keep hearing conflicting stories about if it’s good or bad for you? We’ve decided to take a look and get both sides of the argument, so you know what’s what.
    • Nutrition
    9 February 2015
  • Caffeine-free ways to stay mentally alert at work

    Grabbing a quick coffee on the way to work, during meetings, between meetings, at lunch or for afternoon tea are common in workplaces across the country. However, Caffeine attack your central nervous system and has negative effects on your body. Let’s take a look at some other ways we can maintain mental alertness at work with fewer side effects.
    • Nutrition
    23 January 2015
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    Can the paleo diet work for you?

    The paleo diet craze has been sweeping through news over the past year, so we decided it was time to take a look at what’s good and bad about it. Find out what we discovered here.
    • Nutrition
    12 January 2015
  • Top 5 nutritional apps 2014

    In today’s age of technology there are thousands of apps available for everything you could possibly need, but how do you know which are worth downloading? We’ve put together the top 5 nutritional apps of 2014 to help.
    • Nutrition
    • Wellbeing
    9 December 2014
  • A healthy Australian Christmas menu

    Wow, who can believe it’s nearly Christmas already?! If you need a healthy Christmas menu for Christmas Day, we’ve got you covered in this edition of myCBHS. We’ve also taken a look at if sunscreen can really prevent Vitamin D absorption, what health check-ups you should be doing, and the top 5 nutritional apps of 2014. This is one edition you don’t want to miss, so read on and Merry Christmas!
    • Nutrition
    9 December 2014
  • Serve up these seasonal summer delights

    There are lots of amazing fruits and vegetables that come into season over summer, so we’ve got some delicious recipes to make. Nothing’s better than fresh produce on a hot summer’s day!
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014
  • Protein-rich recipes for vegetarians

    It’s not as easy to get some nutrients that your body needs from a vegetarian diet, so we’ve put together these recipes that contain essential vitamins and minerals your body needs.
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014
  • Eggs are healthy - fact or fiction?

    If you’re worried about the cholesterol level of eggs, then take a look at our overview of eggs and why they’re good for you. We have all the answers you’re looking for here.
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014
  • The truth behind the old Adage ‘An apple a day’

    While mum might not have talked to you about “superfoods” when you were a kid, chances are she shared with you the old adage ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away’. But how relevant is it?
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014
  • Saving lives with fruits and vegetables

    A recent British study confirming that a diet rich in fruit and vegetables does lower the risk of cancer and cardiovascular mortality has recommended that Britons follow Australian Dietary Guidelines rather than the more conservative UK and European standards.
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014
  • Multi-vitamins: The pros and cons

    There have always been those who swear by multi-vitamins and those who say they’re a waste of money, so we’ve decided to lay out the pros and cons to help you make an informed decision.
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014
  • Is coffee healthy?

    Most adults these days can’t function in the mornings until they’ve had their first hit of coffee, but there has been a lot of talk in the last few decades about whether or not it’s healthy for you.
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014
  • Importance of mothers nutritional state at time of conception

    The nutritional state of mothers during pregnancy is an important contributor to the wellbeing of a developing baby.
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014
  • Quick homemade dinners

    After a long day at work the last thing you want to do is cook a complicated meal. Here are some dinner recipes that are not only quick and healthy, they are tasty too.
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014
  • The Advantages of breastfeeding

    Breastfeeding is the most natural way to provide young infants with the nutrients they need for healthy growth and development.
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014

  • Are these salty shockers in your diet?

    A little bit of salt is needed in everyone’s diet, but the average Australian is currently eating way too much of it. These foods have a surprisingly large amount of salt in them.
    • Nutrition
    24 November 2014