It’s easy to make New Year’s resolutions but as we all know it’s much harder to stick to them.  Often, we make these grand declarations of how we’re going to fit into those jeans that have been sitting in the wardrobe for five years, or exercise every day, only
It’s National Diabetes Week here in Australia for 2018. The theme this year is “It’s About Time”, which aims to raise awareness about the importance of early detection and early treatment for all types of diabetes.  Too many Australians are being diagnosed with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes
For those of you following along on my social media (Facebook; Instagram) you will know I recently spent some time at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPAH) Allergy Unit in Sydney.  I was fortunate enough to spend time in both their adult and paediatric clinics, observing patients with food allergies
I don’t like the word “superfood”. It implies there are some foods that are far more beneficial for your health than others. The reality is, less than 4% of Australians are eating the recommended amount of vegetables every day, and for those aged 18 years and younger this number drops
It’s something I do every week. Honestly, I’d be lost without it. It saves my sanity when my children start whinging at that critical 4pm “tired/cranky/hungry/I need attention/I want attention/I demand attention” time! The other really great benefit is that when I go to the shops I have an exact list of