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Healthy living

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Eating for energy

Eating to get through the day

Eating regularly ensures you get all the nutrients you need when you need it and helps keep hunger at bay.

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Aerobic exercise

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There’s more than one way to improve cardiovascular fitness with aerobic or ‘cardio’ exercise that raises your heart rate.

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Eating for appetite control

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One of the hardest things about trying to lose weight is coping with feelings of hunger. That’s why it’s important to choose foods that keep you satisfied for longer.
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The importance of sleep

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Getting enough sleep is so important for our well being that some sleep experts believe we should pay as much importance to the quality of our sleep as we do to diet and exercise.

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Keep your brain sharp

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Many lifestyle habits formed in our 20s, 30s and 40s can affect how well — or badly — our brain works later in life.
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The effects of alcohol

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According to the most recent National Drug Strategy Household survey, Australia’s most widely-used recreational drug is alcohol.

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Quick tips to staying smoke free

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The first two weeks of quitting can be the toughest, but the cravings for a cigarette will pass. In the meantime, you’ll cope better if you’re equipped with strategies to help you deal with your urges to smoke.
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Improve your understanding of important health topics in a fun and interactive way with tools, calculators and quizzes. Another way we want to help you on your health journey.

Healthy eating

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Drop the salt

According to the Heart Foundation of Australia, all of us, even those who don’t have high blood pressure, should reduce our salt intake.

Unless we get serious about prevention, nearly seven million Australians will be obese by 2025.

- Australian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance

Over 60% of cancer patients will survive more than five years after diagnosis.

- Cancer Council Australia

Replacing 50g white rice with 50g brown rice in your diet may lower your risk of type 2 diabetes by 16%.

- Harvard School of Public Health

One in two men and one in three women will be diagnosed with cancer before the age of 85.

- Cancer Council Australia

100,000 more Australians have been diagnosed with diabetes in just the past 12 months.

- Diabetes Australia

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