An academic review performed by Monash University researcher has discovered those who exercise excessively may be more likely to experience immediate or ongoing stomach issues. The review, published in...

New research from the University of Otago in New Zealand suggests that people managing type 2 diabetes should walk after meals to gain the greatest blood sugar-lowering benefits. Current advice in New...

Coles supermarkets has announced it will now offer 10 per cent discounts on fruit and vegetables to customers who reach step targets using activity trackers like Fitbit. In an Australia supermarket first,...

Scientists are currently in the process of developing pills which mimic the effects of exercise.   A review published in the October 2015 edition of Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, (Vol. 36)...

According to the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research, 8% of the population consume sports drinks such as Powerade, Gatorade and Staminade in any given seven days. Twice as many men (10%) as women...

Mediterranean diet betters exercise to cut heart disease risk by nearly half, latest study Adults who closely followed the Mediterranean diet were 47 per cent less likely to develop heart disease over...

The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) has welcomed the focus on growth, trade and regulatory reform in the new Abbott Ministry, which will be sworn in today. The AFGC said the food and grocery...

Consuming twice the recommended daily allowance of protein while adhering to a diet and exercise plan prevents the loss of muscle loss and promotes fat loss, scientists from the US Army Research Institute...

After decades of rising obesity rates, obesity among low-income preschoolers declined slightly in 19 States and US territories from 2008 through to 2011, according to the latest Vital Signs report from...

Missing breakfast may increase the risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart disease, according to a new study published on 22 July 2013 in the American Heart Association Journal ‘Circulation’....