If you've thought of trying a vegan diet but don’t want to give up foods you love, a 'flexitarian' diet is one you can really stick to - for life.

Why is it so hard to stop eating when food - even really unhealthy food - is near? We show you how to take control of mindless eating.

Ever wondered why some people live to 100 or more? Yes, genes play a part - but diet and nutrition play an even bigger one.

Rosemary Ann Ogilvie meets Ronni Kahn, the powerhouse who created OzHarvest.

Hormones, pesticides, antibiotics, slaughterhouse waste, GMOs - conventional food production methods are mighty murky. Here's how to protect yourself.

Understanding the physical and psychological factors that drive snacking behaviour is the first step in controlling it. Take a moment to read these statements – which ones sound like you?

We show you how to take soups, salads and side-dishes to a whole new level, by adding a handful of oh-so-good-for-you legumes.

They lower blood pressure, boost immunity, prevent heart disease, help you to lose weight - mushrooms are ridiculously good for you.

Meet popular blogger and vegetarian chef Amy Chaplin.

The right foods, supplements and herbs can greatly reduce inflammation, which is strongly linked to cancer and other diseases.

It was once thought iodine's only role was to ensure correct thyroid function. Now we know that it is required for so much more – and deficiency is increasing.

Insulin resistance is a stealthy hormone imbalance that can rail-road metabolism and lead to serious health problems – and it's on the rise, writes naturopath Tania Flack.

Retro has been on-trend for a while so why not try the fast food of yesterday – seasonal slow cooking. Jane Carstens reports.

The modern Western diet promotes inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis and colitis. Naturopath Teresa Mitchell-Paterson shows you how to fight back with your fork.

Wheat and dairy are the two most common food intolerances, and most people, whether they realise it or not, experience some degree of symptoms when eating them, says Diana Robinson.