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Kat Tate

Kat Tate

Kat Tate is a global nomad, writing her way around the world. She loves unearthing unique stories, and making connections with new people and places. Former ntpages editor, Kat blogs about health, happiness and all things wellness

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National Nutrition Week 2019

Sep 20, 2019

It's National Nutrition Month 2019 this 13-20 of October. Join the festivities and keep eating health!

Mental Health Month & World Mental Health Day 2019

Aug 30, 2019

With focus on suicide prevention, help and participate in this year's Mental Health Month, capped off by the World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2019.

National Organic Week 2019

Aug 12, 2019

Celebrate this years National Organic Week with the theme 'Taste the Difference, Feel the Difference, Make a Difference', presented by Centre for Organic Research & Education (CORE).

Superfruit 101: What is Jackfruit

Aug 7, 2019

Jackfruit is not only a delicious fruit, but also a health one. Learn more about it here.

Food Research: Food Labels Missing Added Sugar Information

Jul 26, 2019

A recent study have shown that 70% of packaged food items in Australia are not properly labelled with correct nutritional information. Find out why this is a problem.

Liptember for Women's Mental Health

Jul 22, 2019

Liptember is a campaign raising funds and awareness for women's mental health during the month of September.

Is It Safe to Eat Tuna?

Jul 19, 2019

Tuna is delicious and all that. But is it safe for your diet and health to eat tuna? Find out here.

What is Fructose?

Jul 17, 2019

Learn about the simple (or is it?) truth about what fructose is, what food contains fructose & if it's good or bad for you.

Helping Endometriosis Patients

Jul 10, 2019

Find out what the government is doing to help patients of endometriosis, one of the most common condition among Australian women.

Study: Part of the Brain Linked to Multiple Mental Illnesses

Jul 5, 2019

A recent study have shown that a part of the brain may be linked to to a greater risk for several forms of mental illnesses.

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