LifeShape Health Resource Library
Food & diet
The COVID-19 pandemic in Australia has meant that most of us are having to cook and eat at home more than ever during these unprecedented times of isolation. However, ordering in meals can be a way to still enjoy a date night, family night, or simply to have a break...
COVID-19 has certainly created a number of challenges for people regarding healthy eating. Early on, many people panic brought and hoarded food items. Even now the ongoing supply chains are struggling to catch-up, with basic items such as flour, tinned goods, pasta...
The Coronavirus pandemic has presented stress for almost everyone in different ways, whether it’s financial worries, home schooling the kids, being stuck indoors, or simply the threat of us or someone we love becoming infected with the virus. It’s no wonder that many...
Written by Dr Lynette Mackey, Dietitian and Behavioural Change Consultant to the LifeShape Clinic. Previously we talked about taking committed action. Taking committed action requires motivation. When you’re motivated, it’s easy to maintain your commitment and keep...
Exercise, training & activity
Trying to be healthy can be overwhelming. When we’re so time poor, how are we supposed to find time to look after ourselves?
Could your environment be hindering your weight loss goals?
So, you have gone to the gym, worked hard and burned off some calories. Now what? Do you eat those calories back, or do you add them to the “calorie bank” and save them up for a special occasion?
Whether minor pain getting in and out of a chair, or that agonising burn when laughing after a good ab workout, most of us have experienced post-workout soreness at some point following a workout.