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Moodfood and mindfood

Jody Hopkinson looks at the foods that affect the way we think and feel.

Superwomen need supplements too

Jude Barback talks to American Ninja Warrior finalist and Spartan Race champion Rose Wetzel about how we can each live our fullest life.

Bouncing back after baby

Nutritionist and new mum Kate Walker says good nutrition and exercise is vital for the physical, emotional and mental health of mothers with young babies.

Are superfoods worthy of the hype?

Superfoods are the celebrities of healthy diets. They have an impressive following, with people spending up large on items that claim to improve health, help with weight loss and even cure diseases. Ruby Harfield investigates the hype.

Putting the fun in functional training

Exercise NZ chief executive Richard Beddie explains why more and more people are becoming interested in functional training.

A carnivore’s journey to becoming plant-powered

Ex-carnivore and athlete Brad Dixon shares why he became a vegan and how a plant-powered diet has changed his life.

A healthier New Zealand starts in its communities

Influencing change for healthier communities today and into the future is the key focus for Health Families New Zealand.

Finding your voice

Speech-language therapist Briony McCormack discusses when the right time is to engage the services of a speech-language therapist for your family.

Allergies and intolerances: what’s the difference?

Living with food allergies can take its toll. Rebekah Fraser finds out more about a subject that affects many Kiwi families.

Battling the bugs

Just as you’re returning to the workforce after having children, it feels like all your leave is poured into looking after a sick preschooler. Rebekah Fraser looks at why young children get sick so often and how to cope.
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DR WELLNESS

More than just a ‘pill for every ill’

Dr Tracy Chandler (a.k.a. Dr Wellness) says we need to move beyond the current ‘pill for every ill’ model of general practice to a more patient-centred integrative approach.

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