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Dr Chantel Thornton: Myths about breast cancer

Maritza Barone discusses myths and facts about breast cancer with breast cancer surgeon, Dr. Chantel Thornton.

Dr. Joseph Sgroi: The facts on getting pregnant after 35

Sarah Duffy discusses fertility myths and pregnancy over 35 with obstetrician and infertility specialist, Dr. Joseph Sgroi

PANDA: How perinatal depression can affect men

It’s said one in eight new fathers will experience perinatal depression. Dr. Joseph Sgroi discusses with PANDA CEO, Terri Smith.

Smoothie Bombs: Can fruit and vegetables boost our wellbeing?

When Cinzia Cozzolino started making smoothie recipes at home, it was to ensure her daughters were having something nutritious than any concept of a future business empire.  Seven years ago, Cinzia struggled to get her daughter to eat nutritiously but recognized she would happily drink something such as smoothies for sustenance.  She started to create smoothies recipes combined with superfoods, nuts, and seeds to give her daughter the ‘boost’ in nutrition she needed and this was the humble beginnings of the Smoothie Bomb empire.

Filled with healthy organic ingredients such as whole fruit, seeds, and nuts to supplement nutritional intake,  Smoothie Bombs enhance the nutrition and flavour of your smoothies and are conveniently pre-portioned for convenience and combine certified organic powders, nuts, seeds and whole fruits.

Cinzia told the TheGoodTV “When you’re doing good to yourself in terms of nutrition you’re improving mentality and overall vitality.” Cinzia added, “It’s about eating the rainbow, ensuring adults meet dietary requirements of two to three pieces of fruit and five to seven serves of vegetables per day.”


Hayley Roper: Why we fail our new years resolutions

Another year is ending and many of us are gathering up our willpower for a brand new set of New Year’s resolutions. But have we learned from past experience? A large number, if not the majority, of previous resolutions, were probably broken in weeks, days, or even hours.

So, how to make this time around more successful? Well, it’s not as hard as you might think, Hayley Roper, founder of Love my body tells TheGoodTV it’s important to keep our goals realistic and within reason. Goals set far beyond our limits are unachievable and sometimes people find themselves aiming for an overhaul of their entire lifestyle, and this is simply a recipe for disappointment and guilt.

Hayley adds it’s important to keep track of our goals and a great way to keep on top of what we set out to achieve is to write down the details of your resolutions, remembering to add your motivations. From keeping notes on your phone, notepad creating or even keeping a shocking credit card statement can help spur you into action and keep you on track.

A slip-up is almost inevitable at some point, and you must not let this become an excuse to give up. When it happens, you need to draw on your reserves of self-belief and strength, so build these qualities as often as you can to get on top of your resolution and goals.

To find out more about Hayley Roper, visit Love my body.

The Wholesome Doctor: The facts about sunscreen

What should you know when buying you next bottle of sunscreen. Sarah Duffy discusses with general practitioner, Dr. Preeya Alexander.

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