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31
Jul
2017

Winter Wellness

The colder temperatures can provide a great excuse to eat more and exercise less, but don’t let a change in season change your priorities when it comes to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

If the winter months leave you feeling uninspired when it comes to cooking, check out our latest healthy recipes – high and low fibre – which are updated monthly and full of delicious ways to help you beat the winter blues, and for some great warm ups you can do even when it’s cold, check out Bowel Cancer Australia Advocate Hollie Fielder’s top tips.

Published in Latest News
07
Apr
2017
Almost two in three adults and one in four children in Australia are overweight or obese.
 
Obesity is classified as a disease, but it is also a risk factor linked to many other diseases, including heart disease, stroke and a number of cancers.
 
Research has linked obesity to oesophageal adenocarcinoma; bowel cancer; cancer of the liver, gallbladder, and bile ducts; pancreatic cancer; postmenopausal breast cancer; endometrial cancer; kidney cancer; and multiple myeloma (cancer in the plasma in the blood).
 
Emerging evidence suggests obesity may also contribute to another eight cancers.
 
In the United States, excess body weight is second only to smoking in terms of modifiable risk factors resulting in death from cancer. 
Published in Latest News
17
Mar
2017
For those living in Ireland, today is a public holiday but anyone can get into the St Patrick’s Day spirit.
 
About 30% of Australians are believed to have some Irish ancestry today, so it’s likely that you or someone you know will be celebrating in ways big or small.  
Published in Latest News
08
Dec
2016
‘Tis the season to barbeque, but before you get the grill going check out the following tips to reduce bowel cancer risk and ensure everyone stays healthy this summer.
 
 
Published in Latest News
11
Nov
2016
Rosemary has been a symbol of remembrance, loyalty and friendship since ancient times and brides once wore rosemary wreathes as a symbol of their love and fidelity, in the belief that the fragrant herb was a gift from Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty.

The aromatic herb is known to increase the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the head stimulating the mind, which is probably why rosemary became known as the herb of remembrance.
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