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Few people really understand how memory works, but we do know that without it we no longer feel ourselves.
Around 1.2 million Australians – mostly women – live with osteoporosis.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics reports that anxiety affects over 2 million people aged 16–85 years, the majority being women.
Pelvic pain affects up to 1 in 10 women and is abnormal pain below the belly button.
Incontinence or leakage is more common than most people realise – and it can be easily cured or managed.
What foods really are ‘super’ at different life stages?
It’s important to know that the genes you inherit do not necessarily have to dictate your health.
Contrary to popular myths, growing older isn’t a negative life experience for most people.
Weight gain doesn’t have to be a fact of midlife, but you’ll probably need to work a little harder to avoid excess kilos.
This collection of over 135 recipes shows you how to eat well without breaking the bank or compromising nutrition or quality. Highlights include: how to make café-style breakfasts for next-to-nothing; using inexpensive cuts of meat to create wonderful slow-cooked dishes; clever ways to transform leftovers into delicious meals; and plenty of ideas for making your own dips, pastes, spice mixes and dressings.
Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella goes market shopping for ingredients with particular health benefits for women, and talks about ways to include the ingredients in your cooking.
Endometriosis is a common condition that can cause pelvic pain, infertility and negatively affect quality of life. Dr Elizabeth Farrell, Medical Director at Jean Hailes Medical Centre, explains some important points of this health condition.
In this recipe, Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella uses easily accessible ingredients to create a loaf rich in phytoestrogens - plant compounds that benefit hormonal health.
For women battling sweet cravings, Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella recommends these little sweet treats. No baking required and very simple to make.
Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella has chosen this mix of muesli ingredients, including rolled oats, nuts, seeds and coconut, to help women get the best start to the day. It’s packed with soluble fibre, nutrients and importantly, taste!
Sardines are packed with calcium and omega-3 fatty acids. Learn how to prepare these fish the right way with naturopath Sandra Villella in the Jean Hailes Kitchen.
Turn a typical vegetable soup into a powerful source of protein-rich deliciousness. Get cooking in the Jean Hailes Kitchen with naturopath Sandra Villella.
We all know we should eat more vegetables - especially green leafy vegetables. In this recipe, Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella uses cabbage, zucchini and mushrooms which are high in potassium for optimal bone health.