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Maple-Baked Pork

Midweek meals have never been simpler than with this easy marinate-and-bake roast pork. The maple syrup glaze caramelises the carrots […]

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Sneak peek: Sydney’s Best Greek Eats by MiNDFOOD’s Australia

Take an exclusive first look as Kiwi chef, Michael Van de Elzen goes on a Greek-eating odyssey in Sydney.

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How to become MiNDFOOD’s Book Club of the Month

Tell us about your book club and you could win a selection of novels plus feature in MiNDFOOD magazine and on our website.

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Surviving a Stroke

Successful film producer and small business owner Ade Djajamihardja was struck by a severe stroke in July 2011. His wife, business partner and full-time carer Kate Stephens shares their story of true love and survival.

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Creating MiNDFOOD’s Book Club pages

The making of our Book Club pages each month inevitably involves a lot of reading, and a whole lot of Post-it® notes.

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A sub-editor’s guide to surviving deadline (with the help of a Post-it® sunflower)

Deadline time. The requests for changes are coming in thick and fast: replace the heading on the cover story; check […]

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Joint effort

High-impact activities such as running and jumping can speed up the progression of arthritis.

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Composting

We’re moving closer towards those cold winter months so its time to start thinking about pruning and using the wealth of material for composting. Angus Stewart explains how we can speed the process up.

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Story of Empowerment

Documentary in the making, Sisters of Samoa, is set to get a boost through philanthropic crowdfunding website, Boosted.

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Archibald prize 2013: The Finalists

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Book Club of the month: April 2013

Meet our book club of the month, Desperate Readers as they review ‘Nothing to Envy’ a book that delves into the lives of North Koreans.

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Epilepsy – Purple Day

Epilepsy is a complex condition that can affect anyone at anytime. Carol Ireland, CEO of Epilepsy Australia, explains the various types of seizures, signs and symptoms associated with the condition and how we can help on Purple Day.

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Ending violence against women

Today, as we commemorate International Women’s Day, we are being asked to acknowledge the acts of violence still committed against women everywhere.

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MiNDFOOD Radio featuring Ken Duncan and Dr Sonja Walker

In this week’s episode we chat to Dr Sonja Walker about the effects of electronic devices on our kids health and wellbeing, Ken Duncan explains how he is using his passion to help make a difference to the lives of others and more.

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Ken Duncan joins World Vision campaign

Ken Duncan has been described as one of Australia’s iconic image makers. In 2010 he joined World Vision on powerful a trip to India and discovered he could use his passion for photography to help make a difference to the lives of others.

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Heart disease detected in newborns of obese mothers

Startling new research has uncovered that expectant mothers who are overweight could increase their child’s chances of developing heart disease.

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The power of the enneagram

The enneagram is an ancient symbol which models the human personality. Jutka Freeman & Patrick Hayruze join us to discuss how the enneagram could help us better understand our motivations and uncover why we fall into self-imposed traps.

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Everyone’s a winner at the Oscars

While the nominees wait with bated breath to hear their name called to the podium on Hollywood’s night of nights, those who don’t win a coveted gold statuette won’t go home empty-handed.

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Book Club of the month: March 2013

Find out what MiNDFOOD’s Book Club of the Month thinks 
of its latest read, The Happiness Show.

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Could an early lunch help you lose more weight?

Need to shed those last few kilos? The answer to reaching your ultimate weight-loss goals may be as easy as watching the clock!

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Kung Hei Fat Choy

Chinese communities around the world have ushered in the Lunar New Year with dragon dances, fireworks, parties and prayers over the weekend.

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Chinese Lunar New Year preperations

The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on February 10 and marks the start of the Year of the Snake, according to the Chinese zodiac. We take a look in pictures at the preparations underway for this year’s celebrations.

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The power of excercise

Personal Trainer David Welsh is back to talk to us about importance of nutrition and the power of exercise in maintaining a healthy body weight. He divulges his tried and tested tips and explains why carbohydrates are our friends.

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Understanding Dementia and Alzheimer’s

There are a 100 different forms of Dementia, Alzheimer’s being one of the more common ones. Andrew Italia from Alzheimer’s Australia joins us to discuss the sign, symptoms, risk-reduction strategies and helps us better understand more about this disease.

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