Get a little light relief

Daylight saving time has come and gone for another summer, leaving us brighter mornings (for a while) and darker evenings.

The great sun exposure-vitamin D conundrum

With daylight saving having ended and winter approaching, fears shift from too much sun exposure resulting in skin cancer to too little sun exposure and vitamin D deficiency.

Ongoing physical pain and stiffness - Why pilates can help

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In this article you will find out about how the pilates method is useful for managing your recurrent pain.

Nature tips the scales

Nature tips the scales

Evolution has a lot to answer for, writes Amanda Salis.

High heels can bring the body low

High heels can bring the body low

High heels can bring the body low, writes Caroline Robinson.

Let them eat vegetables

Let them eat vegetables

There are good arguments for refusing to eat vegetables, but they shouldn't carry the day, David Cox writes.

High protein diets 'nearly as bad as smoking'

High protein diets 'nearly as bad as smoking'

People on high-protein diets are likely to lose years of life along with the weight they shed, according to two studies.

Belly-fat busters

Belly-fat busters

If it is time to tackle the tummy, then Gary Dawkins, of Creative Conditioning at River Ridge Retreat, has the solution.

Are raw-food claims overcooked?

Are raw-food claims overcooked?

Choosing an exclusively raw-food diet can potentially put a person at a small disadvantage, writes Tim Crowe.

Thinking Allowed: Case of taking the bad with the good

Thinking Allowed: Case of taking the bad with the good

It is a truth universally perpetuated that natural is good for you: that's if greenie supermarket packaging and brown paper-wrapped cosmetics are to believed.

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