Siobhan Moylan Is soy a healthy alternative to dairy, or not worth the risk?
MICHELLE BRIDGES There's a price to pay for enjoying the ultra-rich dishes devised by celebrity chefs.
Catherine Saxelby Quinoa, spelt, buckwheat and wild rice are rich in a broad spectrum of vitamins and antioxidants, according to nutritionist Catherine Saxelby. Here's how to make them a delicious addition to your diet.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Mushrooms are so meaty, you really feel like you are getting good bang for your buck, even though they are low in kilojoules.
Amy Molloy We're a nation of habitual eaters... but is it healthy?
MICHELLE BRIDGES Fresh, healthy and delicious. This recipe is sure to become a family favourite.
MICHELLE BRIDGES This is divine! And it's good for you! I know. You can thank me later.
KASEY EDWARDS Cutting out a food group or drinking diet shakes won't improve our lives.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Dining out can be dangerous if you're trying to eat healthily. Luckily, Michelle Bridges has some fool-proof rules to help you eat out guilt-free.
Susie Burrell Nutritionist Susie Burrell walks us through her perfect eating plan, from first light to night.
MICHELLE BRIDGES The perfect savoury treat for the cooler months.
MICHELLE BRIDGES It can never be stated often enough: breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Nicole Haddow Too many desultory meals at her office desk left NICOLE HADDOW feeling that eating was a battle rather than a pleasure.
MICHELLE BRIDGES The new series of The Biggest Loser proves what a vital role parents play when it comes to their children's health.
DOM KNIGHT Dom Knight laments a world where healthy fast food options are so bad they make him appreciate airline food.
MICHELLE BRIDGES This classic spiced lamb and eggplant dish is a sure fire crowd-pleaser.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Michelle's thoughts on the kilogram-stripping 5:2 diet (eat as much as you want for five days, then cut back to 2500 kilojoules a day for two days).
Ann Gibbons A panel of researchers in Boston believe there are many ways calorie counting on food labels doesn't add up.
Lara Brunt Some scientists believe fasting for two days a week could improve your health. Can you have your cake and eat it, too?
Death by Coke
AMY CORDEROY Natasha Harris' death from excess Coca-Cola consumption makes us wonder: should ultraprocessed food and drink come with a warning label?
MICHELLE BRIDGES Michelle Bridges frequently sees the negative effects of 'helicopter' parenting when she works with overweight kids and their parents.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Coca-Cola's anti-obesity TV ad campaign is infuriating MICHELLE BRIDGES.
Faith Aird You are slumped over your computer keyboard and the 3pm demon taps on your shoulder, whispering sweet sugary and salty nothings.
SARAH BERRY Placing yourself under pressure to lose weight and lose it fast can have the opposite effect, writes Sarah Berry.
Coca-Cola became one of the world’s most powerful brands by equating its soft drinks with happiness. Now it’s taking to the airwaves for the first time to address a growing cloud over the industry: obesity.
SARAH BERRY There are almost 40,000 diet and weight-loss related books for sale on Amazon. But there were three, in particular, that caught the attention of Australian dietitians last year for all the wrong reasons.
MICHELLE BRIDGES To the detriment of our planet, and ourselves, we're overconsuming and eating more food than we need, writes Michelle Bridges.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Trying to eat light in the lead up to Christmas? Michelle's white beans with spinach on toast makes a great light lunch or supper.
Lissa Christopher Mindfulness points to a new path to fitness and weight loss.
Susie Burrell Want to give your diet an overhaul? Nutritionist Susie Burrell shares the foods that will help you be your best.
Is salt all that bad?
Mark Whittaker The benefits of reduced sodium chloride consumption have long been accepted, but some experts say this should be taken with a grain of, well, salt. Mark Whittaker meets those shaking up accepted medical thought.
MICHELLE BRIDGES We should all be tailoring our nutrition and lifestyles so that we take an active, personal role in staying well, writes Michelle.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Incredibly, some people struggle to put on weight. It all depends on what body type you are.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Michelle's recipes are sure to put a smile on your dial. Here are some of our favourites.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Buying ethical food is not only good for your health, it can help protect farmed animals.
SARAH BERRY Would you be less likely to consume an energy-dense snack food if its label specified how much exercise it would take to burn off its calorie content?
MICHELLE BRIDGES Michelle Bridges, on the junk food onslaught we encounter when we go to pay for petrol.
Eating at work
Charmaine Yabsley Charmaine Yabsley, on how to adopt better eating habits at work.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Michelle Bridges' healthy stir-fry is guaranteed to make you feel a million bucks.
Kicking a habit
JULIA BAIRD For years she sipped and savoured diet soft drinks, addicted to the fizzy caffeine hit. Then JULIA BAIRD realised there were only so many chemically laden bubbles her body could take.
MICHELLE BRIDGES If you're trying to improve your diet, check out Michelle Bridges' 10 simple tips. They'll make the world of difference.
Susie Burrell Good eating habits start early, and there's no better place to teach the kids than around the family table, writes nutritionist Susie Burrell.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Michelle's version has more vegies and fewer kilojoules. It's brilliant for freezing and reusing for other meals.
Giving up sugar
Rachael Oakes-Ash Can a sugar addict live without her regular fix? Rachael Oakes-Ash finds out.
Sarah Berry Sarah Berry leaves her scepticism, and cooked food, on the shelf and embarks on a vegan challenge.
Karen Inge Want to eat everything you love and not put on weight? Here's how.
Why we gain weight
Melissa Davey A poor diet and a lack of exercise may not be the only reasons why some people are more likely to keep putting on weight.
Michelle Bridges These burgers look amazing and taste just as good. You won't miss the bun.
Are bad fats good?
Natalie Craig The conventional wisdom on healthy diets is coming under fire.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Michelle's corn fritters are a light and tasty start to the day. Top of the morning indeed.
Lissa Christopher Anti-smoking tactics in a weight management sense could be doing more harm than good.
Paula Goodyer Unfair! We all cry. Butit's worth bearing in mind that for some, gaining weight can be just as fraught as losing it.
MICHELLE BRIDGES This is a great, hearty breakfast meal, particularly if you have a few ripe tomatoes lying around.
Paula Goodyer As waistlines spread, it is time for meat-loving Australia to learn to like legumes.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Light, sweet and packed with protein, Michelle Bridges' lemon mousse has plenty of zest.
Are hot chips evil?
MICHELLE BRIDGES If you don't feed your kids well, you'll be setting them up for a very unhealthy life, writes Michelle Bridges.
Paula Goodyer Sugar addicts can ease the dietary guilt with a little common sense.
MICHELLE BRIDGES Blueberries are full of antioxidants and vitamins - but when you eat these decadent millefeuilles, you won't be thinking of anything but how good they taste.
Peter Jean It’s no wonder that Australia is the fifth-fattest nation on earth. We're eating too much food.