Most Australians eat highly processed junk foods every day. People who eat more of these convenience foods are more likely to be obese, develop diabetes type 2, heart disease, vascular disease, stroke and certain cancers.
By Claire McDonnell Liu, Nutritionist at Leafie.org PHC Conference May 2021 Round Up UK Charity Public Health Collaboration have wound up this years 2021 Virtual Conference, hosting a range of imminent speakers on diverse health topics. This years conference was held … Read More
By Claire McDonnell Liu, Nutritionist at Leafie.org A Ketogenic diet may have particular benefits for women’s reproductive health. Healthcare professionals and research studies indicate that the LCHF diets may help to improve menstruation and fertility due to their potential to regulate hormones … Read More
By Claire McDonnell Liu, Nutritionist at Leafie.org A future without diabetes is possible for Australians. This is the clear message from the medical experts at Diversa Health. Diversa Health is a newly launched online medical service providing personalised medical support … Read More
By Claire McDonnell Liu, Nutritionist at Leafie.org Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is an increasingly common hormonal disorder that affects women of reproductive age. Women with this condition often grow a number of cysts on their ovaries and the syndrome is a … Read More
Australia’s First Defeat Diabetes Programme, a roadmap to recovery for those with pre-diabetes and type-2-diabetes.
By Claire McDonnell Liu, Nutritionist at Leafie.org Low Carb Nutrition and Your Immune System The global COVID-19 challenge has elevated questions around how we can best improve our immunity response. Our immune system generally performs a remarkable job in defending … Read More
By Claire McDonnell Liu, Nutritionist at Leafie.org Perth’s New Medical Centre Offering Low Carb Nutrition Support A new medical practice with a big difference opened its doors January 2021. ‘Perth Metabolic Centre’ will specialise in treatment of metabolic disease; … Read More
By Claire McDonnell Liu, Nutritionist at Leafie.org Dr Muecke highlights action to prevent killer Type 2 Diabetes Eye surgeon and 2020 Australian of the Year, Dr James Muecke AM, has spent his career fighting blindness. He now has Type-2-Diabetes, the … Read More