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Weight regain after a successful weight loss intervention is very common. Most studies show that, on average, the weight loss attained during a weight loss intervention period is not or is not fully maintained during follow-up. This systematic review and meta-analysis of studies collate what is currently known...

After five years of preparation, Canada's new 2019 Food Guide has officially been announced.  The guide states healthy eating is more than the foods you eat. It is also about where, when, why and how you eat. There is even a statement to warn that food...

A new look Food Allergen Portal, the result of a collaboration between industry, consumer and government stakeholders, is providing best practice resources on managing allergens in food....

The Walking Access Commission Ara Hīkoi Aotearoa is welcoming the newly published Report on the Findings of the Review of the Walking Access Act 2008. The report contains thirty recommendations to improve and strengthen the work the Commission does. Many of the recommendations call for more resourcing to allow...

Caffeine occurs naturally in foods, such as coffee, tea and cocoa and has a long history of safe use as a mild stimulant. Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) have put together a useful fact sheet on caffeine that states the caffeine content of some foods...

An information sheet of key facts about Equally Well, illustrating the need to achieve physical health equity for those experiencing mental health and addiction issues....

The Heart Foundation together with FinCap have relaunched the Cheap Eats cookbook as a way of helping people and families living on a tight budget to eat nourishing food. Cheap Eats contains budget-friendly tips including simple recipes, ways to save money on food and heart-healthy cooking...