Indepth article - Get Healthy - April 19, 2019
Caffeine is revered by some for its “energising” effects. However, research into the effects of caffeine on health is mixed and dependent on how much is consumed, by whom and when. What does this mean for you?
Study - Get Healthy - January 11, 2019
Turmeric, and /or its therapeutic agent curcumin, has been touted as an effective nutritional supplement and panacea. Research papers, patents and internet sites appear to support its efficacy, but how effective is it and for which health condition?
Headline - Get Healthy - December 21, 2018
Saturated fat has been cited as the villain of dietary fats, but recent research questions this fat’s negative influence on health. What do you need to know about saturated fat to make eating for health decisions?
Study - Get Healthy - December 07, 2018
Inflammation can cause pain. Exercise can stimulate the release of natural pain killers, while some foods may facilitate or inhibit inflammation. Is there anything you can do to reduce your risk of inflammation and pain?
Introductory article - Get Healthy - July 06, 2018
Research suggests that phytosterol fortified foods which are readily available in most supermarkets, provide health benefits. Learn more about phytosterols and health, and the benefits of fortified foods.