A dietician is a university qualified allied health professional equipped with the knowledge, skills and competencies to provide a range of evidence-based nutrition services to individuals, businesses, communities and families, as well as contributing to policy and research.
I want to speak to an Occupational Physician
Occupational Physicians are Fellows of the Australasian Faculty of Occupational Medicine. They have the professional training, skills and competence to advise on the clinical management of people at work and upon the impact of environmental factors facing the general community.
I want to speak to an Exercise Physiologist
Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) AEPs are university qualified allied health professionals equipped with the knowledge, skills and competencies to design, deliver and evaluate safe and effective exercise interventions for people with acute, sub-acute or chronic medical conditions, injuries or disabilities.
Antioxidants – get some to stay young
Supplement and skincare companies know that youthfulness and staying young is right at the top of our wish lists don't they?
The cause of your constant fatigue – Dehydration
You know that feeling of being so tired that lifting your feet becomes an impossible feat, you can’t make decisions and you’ve got a headache to top things off?
Sugar – is it all the same?
These days a popular way of labelling desserts and sweet snacks that you might find in café’s, restaurants and especially on social media, is ‘refined sugar free.’
Regardless of how old you are, it only takes a moment to remember what it was like to go through the routine of getting ready for school. A big part of that process was packing your lunchbox because if you accidently forgot that (which I did on occasion) then your day was definitely below par.
Want to feel less tired? Fatigue Management eLearning
The purpose of this program is to help individuals and workplaces understand and respond to risks caused by employee fatigue. The aim is to increase health, safety, wellbeing and productivity outcomes.
Tips for Beginners…
Optimize Your Nutrition. Be sure to consume a balanced diet to support your fitness program.
How to start exercising…
Exercising regularly is one of the best things you can do for your health. Soon after you start exercising, you'll begin to see and feel the benefits that physical activity can have on your body and well-being.
Tips for Increasing Physical Activity
Physical inactivity increases your risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes, some cancers, as well increased depressive symptoms, and injuries into older adulthood.
Staying Healthy During Winter
As the weather cools down and the days shorten, it can become increasingly difficult to maintain healthy behaviours such as exercise and good diet.