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Added sugar is a one of the biggest dangers of our modern diets – you’ll find it in most of your favourite processed foods, even the savoury ones! Many of us are consuming far more of the stuff than we realise, jump-starting our risk for obesity and heart disease. What can we do? Learn how to quit added sugar – starting with reducing our added sugar intake. It’s not as hard as it sounds, you just need to take the first step. Here’s how.

Sugar is one of the most addictive yet widely available substances. You’ll find it in many of our supermarket staples, from bread to canned beans – strange, we know! – but with obesity and liver disease rates soaring, there’s never been a better time to learn how to quit added sugar. We’ll be giving you our top tips to have you free from the sweet clutches of sugar.

If you’re ready to learn how to quit added sugar, you probably want to set yourself up for success. That’s why we’ve collated 5 common mistakes people make in the process – and what to do instead.

You won’t just notice a difference on the scales when you quit added sugars – you’ll notice a whole-body change, inside and out. Here are 3 benefits you might not expect to come along with your quitting sugar journey. 

With muesli bars and chips marketed directly to kids with cute cartoon characters and bright colours, it can be hard to convince the little ones to opt for wholesome, nutritious foods over their friends’ lunchbox snacks. Here’s how you can get your kids to just eat real food (JERF) – and have them enjoying it.  

If you’ve been struggling for a strong enough reason for you and your family to quit added sugar, this one’s for you. Our kids are experiencing obesity at soaring rates and there’s one culprit that holds much of the blame – it’s tiny, ubiquitous and addictive. It’s sugar.

We might feel the most comfortable living in climate of around 22 degrees, but Wim Hof practitioners believe snapping out of that comfort zone in cooler depths may be the key to improved immunity, digestion and mental health. So, how does cold exposure therapy work? Let’s find out.

Food Standards Australia New Zealand has formally proposed to introduce new sugar warning labels that will change the way we shop, eat and live – here’s what you need to know.

Defined by calming breathing methods, cold exposure and conquering one’s bodily limits, the Wim Hof method is a practise that is growing in popularity – from celebrities to therapists, masses of people are flocking to reap the benefits. Here’s why.

Considering prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Aussie men, the rise in late-stage diagnoses are all the more alarming. That’s why we’re compiling a few symptoms to look out for that suggest it’s time to head down to your doctor.

When you’re trying to eat healthily, a cluttered pantry can make you want to throw in the towel and reach for a snack instead. But hold that thought! We’ve got a few simple ways to maximise pantry space and make your quitting sugar journey that much simpler.

As a parent, you want your child to be eating the foods they need to grow, develop and learn. That’s why the lunches and snacks we pack them play such an important role in their nutrition and mental clarity. Here are some of the benefits of a healthy lunch for kids, plus a few lunchbox ideas to get your inspiration flowing.

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