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Herbs are rich in phytochemicals - in particular antioxidants - which are thought to be good for heart health and cancer protection. Herbs are the...
The digestive tract carries out a pretty amazing function – complex mixtures of foods go in at one end, these are broken down and assimilated...
Part 2 of the 3-part series on measuring your health.While there is still a lot of debate about which measure most accurately predicts risk of...
Worried that you may have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)? Dietitian and digestive health expert Dr Sue Shepherd cuts through the confusion and...
There's 325mg of calcium in a cup of 'light blue' milk. But what if you can't drink milk? Don't panic – nutritionist Lisa...
Part 2 of the 3-part series on measuring your health.While there is still a lot of debate about which measure most accurately predicts risk of...
HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr brings us the latest updates on skin cancer.Skin cancer in New ZealandSkin cancer is by far the most common cancer...
We know they're good for digestive health, but could probiotics have other benefits? Christine Piper seeks the latest expert advice.They've...
Improve your digestion and reduce your risk of disease by making the most of prebiotics and probiotics in your food. The health of your digestive...
We give you the rundown on a tasty seasonal fruit that packs a nutritional punch.With no peeling, hulling or pitting, a blueberry is a ready-to-go,...
There's no direct evidence that getting a cold or flu is related to what we eat. Nutrition is, however, key to immune responses and our ability...

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