Good Health Choices Magazine NZ

NEED to feed


As the wellness scene has picked up speed, there is new information about diets, workouts and weight loss secrets emerging every week. People often talk about wanting to slim down, hit the gym, eat less or even cut out a food group, and many seek applause on social media for their toned physiques and unwavering commitment to nutrition and fitness. But does healthy ever become unhealthy, and where is the line?

Dr Katherine Black from the University of Otago has been studying nutrition and exercise in females, and believes parents, coaches, athletes

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