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Sugar Free Minty Green Protein Shake Recipe Sugar Free Minty Green Protein Shake Recipe
  The protein and fiber in this sugar free minty green protein shake recipe will keep you satisfied until your next meal. The green colour might be something to get used to, but the taste is one that you won’t want to miss! Ingredients: 1/2 avocado 1 cup fresh spinach 1 scoop whey protein powder 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk 10-12...
Five Sugar Traps to Avoid So you don’t take sugar in tea or coffee. You eat your breakfast cereal plain with just a little milk, and you don’t eat sweets or ice cream. You can’t be a sugar junkie and eat no sugar, can you? Well, actually you can. You see, food manufacturers have secretly doubled the amount of sugar...
The team at Wellbeing Magazine (www.wellbeing.com.au) have produced this excellent special health report entitled "Sweet Nightmare", which we believe everyone should read. This article, and many more, are available in the latest edition (No 146) of Wellbeing magazine. Click the link below to access the report: WBG146_062-070 Special report
It’s happened to every one of us at least once in our lifetime: at one point or another, we’ve signed up for a diet or fitness program, only to drop it a week or month later because it just wasn’t working out. Part of this is because of how these diets and workout regimens are set up in the first...
Childhood obesity is a striking problem in the developed world, and as parents we need to consider how we can keep our own children from adding to the ever-growing obesity statistics in Australia. Unfortunately, because there is more and more processed, ready-to-eat food available in stores, and because we have less time to devote to our children on a daily...
A recent study conducted by the University of Edinburgh has found that a diet high in meats, fats and sugars could potentially increase the risk of colorectal - or as it is more commonly known - bowel cancer, as we age. While more studies will need to be conducted, this connection between sugars, fats and colorectal cancer could lead to...
A study out by the J Zhejiang University in May of 2009 documented a case where a young man developed severe tooth decay after several years of consuming a large volume of soda on a daily basis. The authors of the study look at the patient’s medical history, probable causes of the decay and erosion, and some ways to protect...
Last month, the government released the 2013 State of Public Health report, and since then all eyes have been on Tasmania – now one of the country’s most overweight and unhealthy states. As a result, health experts are discussing the possibility of introducing a so-called sugar tax in Australia's "Treasure Island”. According to the 2013 State of Public Health, Tasmania...
We’ve all heard about sugar addiction… but is it just an easy excuse for people who don’t want to give up sugar and make the switch to healthier alternatives, or it is a scientifically proven phenomenon? New research by Princeton University suggests that sugar addiction is indeed real, which explains why eliminating this source of sweetness from our diets can...
When you mention teeth problems, most people think about painful cavities and scary visits to the dentist. We all know dental health is important, but we also know that any problems can be easily fixed with some fillings and maybe a root canal or two… right? Not really. Recent research has shown that your dental health is closely linked to...
Many people have turned to artificial sweeteners as a way of avoiding diabetes. Now, new research has turned conventional wisdom on its head with results pointing to these same artificial sweeteners as a potential cause for elevated insulin levels in the body. Researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine worked with 17 “severely obese” individuals (BMI 42+), who were...
A new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease has identified a possible link between diets high in carbohydrates and Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia and one of the top ten causes of death for people over 60. The study: an overview Over the course of four years, researchers looked into the eating habits of 940...

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