If sugar is your dietary weakness, then quitting refined sugar altogether can be tough, even when you don’t have a sweet tooth.
Nearly all food products contain added sugar. All processed food to aerated drinks, snacks and savouries contains some quantity of sugar.
Bloating and abdominal pain are some of the most common symptoms of gluten intolerance. But the bottom line is, could your pain or ingestion signal something more serious? Let’s find out. Gluten intolerance is a common digestive issue caused due to unfavourable reaction to gluten-a form of protein found in most food items including medicines
Kidney health is largely overlooked. And that is understandable since most kidney disease won’t show any symptoms unless it gets severe. Kidney Disease is often “silent” in nature Kidneys are our body’s personal filtering system. They are responsible for filtering both the body’s blood and other waste materials that may enter the body through food,
World Cancer Day is a global initiative when the entire world comes together to raise awareness for cancer. At Duff Street Medical Clinic, we mark World Cancer Day to place cancer at the forefront of our conversation. What is the importance of World Cancer Day? World Cancer Day aims to create awareness and encourage all
Heart disease is the number 1 health threat we all face – claiming thousands of lives every year in Australia. Despite the statistics, heart disease is highly preventable. An estimated 80% of cardiovascular disease including heart disease and strokes are preventable. You may wonder, if they are highly preventable, why aren’t they? A lot of
With December upon us and a summer of fun ahead, where we can take the opportunity to de-stress and unwind, you’ll find in this issue of Thrive. We bring you content to help you keep in check what normally is an ‘over-indulging’ time, the opportunity to review your finances by mitigating the ‘Laziness Tax’ and when celebrating with friends and family during the festive period and still enjoy yourself with mindful drinking.