Teresa Cutter The oft-delivered excuse for people not cooking is lack of time. Well, that won't wash any more, Teresa Cutter says.
Teresa Cutter I always try to seek out less-processed ingredients that just make me feel healthy.
Melanie D.G. Kaplan Yes, but it will take some strategising.
Sweet and sour
Marta Zaraska Ate something bitter? It can make you judgmental. Feeling love is all around? It can make even water taste sweeter.
Health & Fitness
Gretchen Reynolds This new study provides ammunition for athletes looking for an edge and those hoping for an excuse to indulge.
Teresa Cutter Here are my top 10 staples, ingredients that can be pulled out at any time to create simple, delicious meals.
Susie Burrell Get it right in the food court at lunchtime and you'll be set for the rest of the day, writes Susie Burrell.
Roberto A. Ferdman A must-read for chocolate lovers.
Teresa Cutter It's important for me to know where my food has come from, to treat it with respect and prepare it properly.
Sarah Berry Once in a while a pleasing study is released that reminds us that the bland life is not the better (AKA healthier) life.
Jayanthi Maniam and Margaret Morris A UNSW study has revealed sugar may be as bad for brain development as extreme stress or abuse.
Teresa Cutter Exercise is important to me. It's how I start each day or unwind in the afternoon.
Teresa Cutter, the Healthy Chef Smoothies are the "in thing" because vitamins, minerals and antioxidants are more potent when consumed as wholefoods.
Teresa Cutter There's a lot of confusion and conflicting information out there with "nutrition gurus" promoting all sorts of diets.
Gretchen Reynolds Gluten-free diets are increasingly popular, but what does the science actually say?
Teresa Cutter Any recipe can be adapted to be made healthier.
Sarah Berry As the new year has kicked into gear and many hone their focus on their health, you might want to pause before you pick up your vitamins.
Ellie Krieger Several healthy foods worth paying attention to.
Teresa Cutter Get creative with your salads this summer.
Heston Blumenthal Chef Heston Blumenthal has an unconventional idea to change our eating habits.
Paula Goodyer So you've bought the steaks, the drinks are chilling and the barbecue tools are poised for action but did anyone remember the resistant starch?
Aaron E. Carroll Alcohol is very harmful when abused but, when consumed in moderation, there are actually some benefits.
Bridie Smith How much can you eat before that stomach-straining, nausea-inducing feeling strikes?
Evelyn Lewin Evelyn Lewin examines how what you eat affects your mood.
India Sturgis Extreme 'clean' diets and an obsession with physical perfection are ruining lives, says India Sturgis
Ellie Krieger The idea that breaking for a meal hinders accomplishment is plainly wrong.
Beth Kimmerle Halloween is this weekend. So let's brush off the sugarcoating on nutritional myths.
Jenn Harris According to a new study, cheese crack is a real thing.
Anna Magee Leading nutritional experts on what to believe - and do - about meat.
Jane Holroyd Is there any merit in binning your white sugar and stocking your pantry with agave syrup?
Ellie Krieger The parts often thought of as scraps can be culinary stars in their own right.
Liz Szabo Women who ate a diet heavy on olive oil had a 68 per cent lower risk of breast cancer, according to one study. But some experts say that may be too good to be true.
Ko Im Hangry can ruin romance– even science says so.
Aaron E. Carroll If there is one health myth that will not die, it is this: You should drink eight glasses of water a day.
Jennifer Van Allen The different effects of eating at different times of day.
Nedahl Stelio Research shows a healthy gut is crucial to overall physical and mental health.
Feel the heat
Esther Han Each time you drizzle Tabasco on your food, you may be lowering your risk of early death.
Amanda Salis And why is it that some people get more hangry than others?
Kesava Commerford Despite what some vegetarian-haters will have you believe, it is relatively easy to maintain a balanced diet.
Melissa Healy They call it 'the aperitif effect' and it smells like delicious home cooking.
Russ Parsons Will eating it actually make you sick or are they just overly-cautious suggestions?
Michelle Bridges Is sugar the enemy it's made out to be these days? Michelle Bridges answers your questions.
Susie Burrell Here are some foods to eat to escape feeling ghastly and gassy.
Susie Burrell Fats, sugar and "junk" foods have been eliminated from Nutrition Australia's iconic pyramid.
Peter Whoriskey We're subject to a torrent of nutritional advice based on new studies, but how much of it is worthwhile? According to some researchers, surprisingly little.
Sarah Berry Although many consumers want "natural" products, the term has proved difficult to define.
Sarah Berry Yes, fruit contains sugar – but it's still good for you.
Aaron E. Carroll A guide to eating healthy that should be useful for most people. These are tips not laws.
Our fitness expert helps to manage inflamed Achilles and helps a chef prepare for an open-ocean swim.
Susie Burrell Confused about eggs and cholesterol? Perplexed by the debate regarding sugar? Susie Burrell busts some misconceptions.
Our expert offers nutrition advice, suggests a workout makeover and serves up a healthy stir-fry.
Our fitness expert helps defeat negative self-talk and refreshes an active chef's workout routine.
Lindy Alexander Want to break those bad food habits of a lifetime? Starting with small steps is the key to success.
Lindy Alexander Starting with small steps is the key to success.
Claire Maldarelli The number of people adhering to a gluten-free diet far surpasses the number who suffer from celiac disease.
Paula Goodyer Why do we listen to health advice from experts in areas such as cooking or acting?
Michelle Bridges Our fitness expert on how to gain weight and taking up exercise for the first time in your 40s.
Danielle Braff They are very healthy but only when consumed in moderation.
Michelle Bridges Hi Michelle, my issue is the opposite of most people. I have been 56kg since I was 24, I'm now 44. I eat well and exercise, a lot, but want to gain 5kg and find this a challenge. Eating more high fat carb foods makes me feel bleh. Any tips for healthy calorie dense foods? Liz