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Yeast infections, oral thrush and even athlete’s foot are all caused by the notorious fungus known as Candida. From your mouth to your skin to your feet, there’s no spot this stuff can’t reach – here are the 5 signs you’re suffering from an overgrowth of this ubiquitous microbe.

Dealing with a particularly stubborn eczema outbreak lately? Or are your gut issues leaving you blocked up again? Inflammation can affect us in mysterious ways, from our brain down to our toes, it’s all connected. So, let’s take a look at the inflammation-busting powerhouses to add to your weekly shopping list.

While ditching the sugary stuff is always a good idea for a physical and mental boost, there’s one sweet food you won’t want to skip out on come snack time – fruit. In fact, new research has found that whole fruit may offer a greater mental boost than its savoury competitors. Here’s why.
If you’ve put on weight over the past couple of years, you’re not alone. Recent research shows around 38% of us have stacked the kilos on since March of 2020. Here’s why the pandemic, diet and lifestyle all factor in to this phenomenon.
You may be wondering if it’s safe to take on the 8-Week Program while breastfeeding – we’re here to unpack why it’s not only safe, but beneficial to give sugar the slip during this stage.

Fruit is the elephant in the room when it comes to quitting sugar. We’re here to bring it into the spotlight and explain why you don’t have to say goodbye to your favourite snack on the 8-Week Program.

R U OK? Day is bringing mental health back into the spotlight, and with rates of anxiety and depression skyrocketing, it’s worth digging into the topic. That’s why we’ll be unpacking a few of the best foods to give your mental health a much-needed boost.

The health of each of our body parts doesn’t exist in a vacuum – and this is no truer than for the gut and brain. These two parts share an unbreakable bond, and with the right dietary and lifestyle choices, you can make it work to your benefit. Here’s how to do it.

Most of us eat for survival, but that's not all it comes down to - there are a few other motivations fuelling our dietary choices. Kate Holm is here to unpack the unexpected motivations behind our eating habits.

With R U OK? Day coming up on Thursday, this is the time to reach out to your friends and family – and what better way to offer a hand than to hand deliver some nourishing, comforting meals? Here are a few recipes to make for the people in your life who aren’t okay.

While our waistlines are growing, fructose-pushers are lining their pockets. The sugar industry is bigger than ever – here’s how businesses are profiting off our excess consumption of the sweet stuff – and the consequences we’re facing as a result.

Contrary to the notion that “a calorie is a calorie”, we believe what we’re putting into our bodies is more important than counting calories. Plus, some foods help us regulate our appetites, while others send us into a feeding frenzy – find out what this means for you and why it might be time to ditch the count.

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