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A place for articles from our allied health partners, full of useful information for you.

5 Ways to Maximise your Performance at the Gym with your Diet
  Whether you’re a newbie or a well-seasoned gym junkie, what you eat to fuel your body is important at all stages to get the most out of your workout!
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Top 8 Tips for work lunches
  Work lunches are possibly the most under planned and under-rated meal of them all. Most of us have a rough plan for dinners and breakie is usually a quick
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Fussy Eating: When to get support for your child – and yourself!
  If you are or have ever been a parent to a child between the ages of 18 months to 5 years old, then it’s likely that you’ve experienced the
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5 dinners for on-the-go families
Family life is busy. Between getting ready, packing bags, lunches, the school drop off, work, after school activities and other commitments, days can feel full and rushed! Phew! When it
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How to ditch the ‘all or nothing’ approach and stay consistent
It’s Monday morning. Motivation is soaring, I’m off to the gym with a green smoothie in hand, and back at home the fridge is stocked to the brim with a
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9 Food Organisation Tips to help you stay on track
You’re trying to kick some goals, but the reality of day to day life kicks you instead. It can be super disheartening, but with a little thought and preparation you
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The Best Sources of Protein for Vegetarians
Vegetarian eating is associated with lots of health benefits. Why? Building the majority of your diet out of whole, fresh, plant-based foods helps you increase your nutrient intake, ensures you’re
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Canberra Day holiday 2020
Monday 9 March – Canberra Day holiday   The Women’s Gym will be open 24/7. Stellar Reception will be staffed as usual. Members with a 24/7 fob will be able
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Healthy Banana Cake – Recipe from the Healthy Eating Hub
Can be made into a single cake or muffins Ingredients (makes 12) Cake: 4 over-ripe bananas (plus 1 extra banana optional) 2 apples 150g butter 2 cups wholemeal self-raising flour
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Low GI Swaps
  When discussing carbohydrate foods, you’ll often finds the words “glycaemic index” or “GI” being used. The glycaemic index is used to rank carbohydrate foods according to their effect on
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