Written by: Niki Holding (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Diabetes is a disease which is growing across many age groups within Australia. Within the last decade the prevalence of Diabetes has increased
Written by: Sonja Cornes (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) In Australia, 1.4 million people are living with diabetes, with approximately 87% of people diagnosed with Type II Diabetes. Developing diabetes is
A recent 2019 study has shown exposure to BPA has been shown to increase your risk of Type 2 Diabetes.
Fasting is the process of restricting your calorie intake for a specific time period. In the medical literature this is known as intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting can help your body fight off disease,
More than ever, we work and play while seated. Think of how much prolonged sitting can take place in the average day for an adult Australian: At breakfast In a car or on public transport on the way to work
Recent research has found that the risk of stroke is 3 times higher in those with type 2 diabetes.
The health implications of Type 2 diabetes and obesity are well published and include an increased risk of heart disease, limb amputation, and even blindness. However, what isn’t as well documented is the
Type 2 Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in our community, with the prevalence of diabetes increasing over 90% in the last 10 years in Boroondara alone. This is staggering when you consider that 60%