Most of us know by now that it's important to drink water each and every day. Exactly how much water we need to drink seems to vary according to which expert you speak to, but the benefits of drinking enough water are very clear, and as nurses,...

Today we're going to look at green tea and its effect on our gut health. Why is gut health important?The very latest research shows that the gut is just like our second brain, and poor gut health is strongly linked to conditions such as anxiety and depression,...

Pre-diabetes is a condition that can sneak up on almost anyone, and while it's very likely that you already know about Type 2 Diabetes, it's possible that you're less familiar with this particular warning sign.In this post, we'll examine what pre-diabetes means to you, the...

Green Tea For Detox"Detoxing" is a HUGE trend right now, and you must have been living under a rock if you haven't noticed the thousands of gorgeously skinny "detox models" (aged between 18-22 years) holding a pack of the "next best detox thing" next to...

Winter is notorious as the season for colds and flu to strike the hardest,  so we think it's the perfect time to look into the role that green tea can play in their prevention.As nurses, we understand that colds and flu can impact every day life significantly,...

 While many people (yes, us included) LOVE a great cup of coffee, a daily habit can really have an impact on your long term health, and your wallet.While it's not all bad news, we want to show you how swapping from 2 lattes per day (for example) across...

Heart disease kills one person every 27 minutes, and is the single leading cause of death in Australia. (1)  The good news is that studies suggest green tea may actively reduce the risk of death from heart disease and stroke, and so including it into...