A balanced diet
Get some of the best tips on how to eat a wide variety of foods in the right proportions for a healthy diet.
Weight loss and dieting
Many diets are promoted in Australia, but they don't all work. Follow a healthy eating and exercise plan and you're more likely to keep weight off long term.
Diet and mental health
Here are 7 tips on how to eat well and develop healthy eating habits, whether that’s to keep yourself feeling good, or to help with mental health issues you are facing.
What causes pancreatic cancer?
Find out if your risk of developing pancreatic cancer is higher than average, based on age, diet, lifestyle and previous medical history.
How to read food labels
Food labels contain detailed information about the contents of food we buy and can help us make informed decisions about our diet and healthy eating choices.
Soldier on with good nutrition
This Veterans' Health Week 2018 (Sep 22-30), discover why eating well is vital for ex-servicemen and women, and how to find new resources and events.
Healthy food swaps
Eating fewer foods that are high in calories, fat, salt and sugars, and swapping them for something healthier is a great way to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Full-fat dairy is OK, says the Heart Foundation, but watch your meat intake
The Heart Foundation has softened its advice on full-fat milk, yoghurt and cheese for healthy Australians, but warns against eating too much red meat.
A ketogenic (or ‘keto’) diet is an extremely-low carbohydrate diet sometimes used as a complementary treatment for certain groups of people, such as children with epilepsy.
Vegetarian and vegan diets
It's easy to be healthy on a vegetarian diet if you include plant-based foods from the 5 food groups. But a vegan diet requires extra care.