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TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR PERSONAL HEALTH.. Looking after your health is important for you, your family and your business... There are lots of ways to incorporate activity into your daily routine: walk or ride a bicycle to check crops or stock; do some stretches before you start work and throughout the day; wash the car or machinery by hand; do some gardening, mow the lawns with a push mower, dig a vegie patch; or participate in a structured recreational activity like golf, tennis, water-skiing and so on...
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TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR PERSONAL HEALTH.. Looking after your health is important for you, your family and your business... There are lots of ways to incorporate activity into your daily routine: walk or ride a bicycle to check crops or stock; do some stretches before you start work and throughout the day; wash the car or machinery by hand; do some gardening, mow the lawns with a push mower, dig a vegie patch; or participate in a structured recreational activity like golf, tennis, water-skiing and so on...
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TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR PERSONAL HEALTH.. Looking after your health is important for you, your family and your business... There are lots of ways to incorporate activity into your daily routine: walk or ride a bicycle to check crops or stock; do some stretches before you start work and throughout the day; wash the car or machinery by hand; do some gardening, mow the lawns with a push mower, dig a vegie patch; or participate in a structured recreational activity like golf, tennis, water-skiing and so on...
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TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR PERSONAL HEALTH.. Looking after your health is important for you, your family and your business... There are lots of ways to incorporate activity into your daily routine: walk or ride a bicycle to check crops or stock; do some stretches before you start work and throughout the day; wash the car or machinery by hand; do some gardening, mow the lawns with a push mower, dig a vegie patch; or participate in a structured recreational activity like golf, tennis, water-skiing and so on...
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Using data from the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study 1 , the long-term health benefits of eating legumes have now been analysed by researchers from the University of Sydney and the University of Wollongong 2 , an analysis commissioned by the Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC)... Researchers Professor Vicki Flood from the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney, and Dr Joanna Russell from the School of Health and Society, University of Wollongong, found the results of this study to be consistent with results of other studies that show diets containing legumes, such as the Mediterranean diet, help protect against heart disease... "Our study found middle-aged people who ate legumes such as baked beans or lentils at least two times a week were 20 per cent less likely to die from cardiovascular disease, including stroke or heart attack...
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A new guide to Australia's latest workplace health and safety (WHS) laws may make it easier for grains industry employers to meet their responsibilities, protect workers and reduce business risks... "The Australian Government, states and territories have largely harmonised WHS legislation over recent years, and the new report pulls together all the requirements, along with extensive web links to the information employers need to comply with," he says... WHS planning and action; relevant web links to information in each state/territory; a list of national resources; and a quick checklist of high-risk issues and registers for records that must be included for specific commodities including grain...
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Legumes, an often-forgotten food group, have huge potential as a weapon of risk reduction to fight off disease in the long term... People in Okinawa and the Seventh-day Adventists of Loma Linda have high intakes of soy from beans, tofu and soy milk, while the people of the Nicoya Peninsula eat a variety of beans with rice as a staple in their diet... In a recent analysis of the 2011 Australian Health Survey, it was found that people who ate legumes had higher total daily intakes of fibre (30.4 versus 21.9 grams), protein, iron, magnesium, zinc, iodine and folate compared with non-consumers...
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Legumes, an often-forgotten food group, have huge potential as a weapon of risk reduction to fight off disease in the long term... People in Okinawa and the Seventh-day Adventists of Loma Linda have high intakes of soy from beans, tofu and soy milk, while the people of the Nicoya Peninsula eat a variety of beans with rice as a staple in their diet... In a recent analysis of the 2011 Australian Health Survey, it was found that people who ate legumes had higher total daily intakes of fibre (30.4 versus 21.9 grams), protein, iron, magnesium, zinc, iodine and folate compared with non-consumers...
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The CICILS 2013 International Pulse and Trade Industries Convention provided a forum for researchers and health professionals from around the world to focus on the health benefits of legumes... The statistic is echoed in recent GLNC research that shows Australian adults are eating less than a quarter of one serve of legumes a week, whereas the recommendation is for people to eat two to three serves of legumes a week... To help improve understanding of the health and convenience benefits of legumes, the GLNC has released An Everyday Guide to Cooking with Legumes , plus a new fact sheet, Legumes - Tips and Tricks ...
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Caution urged for diets without science.. When it comes to achieving or maintaining a healthy weight, the best approach is to establish a healthy eating and lifestyle pattern that you can live with for a lifetime.. As the name suggests, LCHF diets are characterised by very low carbohydrate intakes achieved by eliminating or restricting foods recommended as part of a balanced diet including grain foods, legumes, fruit and starchy vegetables...
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