Winter can be a period of hibernation when it comes to exercise. The rain, the cold and the sniffles all sound like really good excuses, and in the heart of winter perhaps they are. But winter is waning, particularly in Perth, so why not slowly get back into some exercise now before summer well and truly hits.
(Date published: 8/10/2014)
Some of these reasons we don't exercise may be plausible at one time or another, but there are ways we can incorporate daily exercise into our lives, no matter what your schedule commitments or ailment.
(Date published: 14/04/2014)
It is very easy to get stuck in an exercise rut. So how can you be sure you are making the most of those precious exercise hours?
(Date published: 31/03/2014)
Most Australians will be familiar with the governments ‘Find 30’ campaign, encouraging 30mins of exercise per day. There have been some slight revision to the physical activity recommendations.
(Date published: 17/02/2014)
Research suggests high intensity exercise may enhance weight loss benefits by supressing post-exercise appetite.
(Date published: 4/02/2014)
RECORDING FOOD INTAKE FOR WEIGHT CONTROL AND DIABETES
In order to appreciate what you eat and drink as well as how much exercise you really do, it is helpful to keep a record. You can record your carbohydrate or kilojoules on this sheet along with the amount and type of exercise. There is room to put any comments about extras and dining out as well. This will help the dietitian in helping you.
We have attached a PDF file that you can down load by pressing Control P for a friendly print copy.
(Date published: 4/11/2011)
If you are not following a healthy and varied diet, you may be at risk of protein deficiency. So what is protein, and why is it so important?
(Date published: 20/12/2010)
Here are some helpful tips on how to avoid sleepless nights, and how to improve the quality of your sleep.
(Date published: 22/07/2010)
Just joined a Gym but unsure what equipment to use when you are there? Follow these easy weight loss workout routine tips from our Dietitian/Personal Trainer Amy Hatton.
(Date published: 1/02/2010)
The two major factors that significantly effect the preference for and interaction of carbohydrate and fat fuels during exercise are the intensity and duration of exercise, and the diet.
(Date published: 3/01/2010 11:52:00 PM)
You may not have the best of health or a lot of free time but you can still embark on an exercise routine to improve your health and weight control. Read on for some very helpful suggestions.
(Date published: 3/01/2010 4:16:00 PM)
Over the last couple of generations activity levels among our young people have been declining leading to increases in obesity, diabetes, heart disease and arthritis to name just a few.
(Date published: 3/02/2005 3:46:00 PM)
Here are some great links that can help you on your way to eating healthier and exercising more regularly.
(Date published: 31/05/2003 9:35:00 AM)
You want to get out of bed, race to the gym, swim for an hour in a heated pool, do a tough work out in an aerobics class or do some power walking. For this, you need energy and staying power.
(Date published: 14/06/2000)
Water is essential to life. It is better to avoid dehydration than try to make up for it later.
(Date published: 12/01/2000)