26th July 2021 | Eativity editors

Coffee: exactly how much is too much?

While a cup of coffee can put some pep in your step on a dreary Monday morning, new research has found a link between too much caffeine and some serious health conditions.... Read more

26th July 2021 | Alison Turner

Eat like the Japanese and live forever

Japan has the highest life expectancy in the world, and a key reason for this is their diet. As the Tokyo Olympics hits its stride, we share how you can follow their nutritional le... Read more

21st July 2021 | Eativity editors

Bulk-cooking and storing hot food safely

Millions of bored Aussies in lockdown will be cooking up huge batches of food for something to do. But unless you want to make everyone sick, you need to do it safely.... Read more

19th July 2021 | Clare Collins, Lee Ashton & Rebecca Williams

Truth behind trending diets exposed

Diets claiming you’ll lose zillions of kilos in next to no time pop up on social media relentlessly. Three experts examine the science (or lack thereof) behind 4 trending diets.... Read more

12th July 2021 | Alison Turner

Food for body & mind: the latest research

We share some of the latest nutritional advice well worth heeding, along with one rather dubious claim that – while very tempting to believe – is clearly too good to be true.... Read more

5th July 2021 | Eativity editors

Honey: from pantry staple to health food

Honey has been used as medicine for centuries, but why? New Australian research is discovering just how beneficial this sweet and sticky toast-topper can be for our health.... Read more