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The Clean Eating Illusion

“Clean eating” – You may have heard the term, but what is it all about and is there any merit to it?   While there is no official definition of...


Work-Life Balance

Arriving at work early and finishing late? Our careers take up the majority of our waking hours but where do we draw the line in terms of a healthy balance?...


Exercise, Toning and Increased Collagen

One of the biggest concerns amongst our Bariatric patients is having loose or saggy skin due to weight loss. To help to combat this we recommend regular weight bearing exercise....


The Benefits of Walking

Walking is a simple and incredibly effective way of incorporating exercise into your day and there are many amazing health benefits as to why you should include it as part...


Managing Meals when Dining Out

By Simone Bourner APD Does the thought of eating a meal out make you so stressed you just want to pack it all in? Do you feel that you have...


How to check if online advice is credible

How to check if online advice is credible   With social media rising in popularity, online health information is now widespread across the internet and increasing faster than ever before....


Setting Effective Goals

Whether it’s a new week, new month, or new year, you might have thought about what you want the coming future to look like and feel like. Any time is...


How Weight Loss Can Affect Your Overall Health

At Surgical Weight Loss Centre, our treatment is not just about losing weight, it’s about helping and supporting you in the journey to improve your overall health. This is a...


Exercise and Diabetes

Exercise plays a big role in helping to control diabetes, in particular type 2 diabetes. The main reason for this is that it makes it easier to control your blood...


The Bidirectional Relationship of Obesity and Depression

In a study conducted by the Australian Government Department of Health, it was determined that in 2019, 67.0% of people living in Australia were classified as overweight or obese. This...


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