Nutrition

Losing weight could be as simple as skipping a couple of common foods and substituting these eight easy (and skinnier) choices.

Raw milk proponents claims it's healthier and safe when hygiene standards are followed, but opponents point to microbiological risks. Jane Carstens investigates.

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.

One of the easiest (and tastiest!) ways to amp up the nutrient content and variety in your diet is to start snacking on berries.

Yes, we all get older - but what we eat makes all the difference to ageing gracefully and feeling fitter, healthier and better than ever, says Amina Eastham-Hillier.

Green tea and matcha come from the same plant, Camellia sinensis, and both offer powerful antioxidant and heart health benefits, writes herbalist Toni Green.

Shura Ford, Doctor of Chinese medicine, discusses four of the most important medicinal mushrooms.

Turn an ordinary smoothie into a nutrient-packed weapon against disease by adding delicious and nourishing superfoods like kefir, bee pollen, ginger and goji berries, writes Jane Carstens.

The saying “Eat your greens” is getting challenged by the rising nutritional profile of purple foods, writes Jane Carstens.

Naturopath Teresa Mitchell-Paterson sorts out what herbs and nutrients you should take - and what you should avoid.

Get your engine revved up and raring to go with foods that prime your body's systems for optimal performance, says naturopath Teresa Mitchell-Paterson.

Dietary fat is perhaps one of the most confusing and controversial areas of nutrition for people to navigate. Naturopath Tania Flack makes it easy for you.

Eating well every day can be difficult, especially if you work or have kids. Charmaine Yabsley reviews the top healthy food boxes to help you get on the road to cleaner, smarter eating.

Need another reason to dodge Frankenfoods? Genetically modified foods are much more likely to trigger allergies.

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.