The Art of Healing
magazine ∣ Vol 4 Issue 73 · The Art of Healing
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The Art of Healing creates news and research content from the health and wellness industries which it delivers to a highly qualified audience through a quarterly print + digital magazine, and various digital platforms and media.
The Art of Healing
Global Fitness Apps Growing with Users Expecting To Hit One Billion • Recent data suggests that the market for global fitness apps will grow by approximately 48% between 2020 and 2024. The Apps segment includes fitness and nutrition apps such as calorie counters, nutrition diaries and apps for detecting/tracking/analysing and sharing vitality and fitness achievements.
Why You Shouldn’t Put Coffee Grounds Directly On Plants • Plants, they’re just like us - in addition to water and sunlight they need food to grow, which they get in the form of soil nutrients. With this in mind, it’s tempting to share your kitchen scraps with them. But while they may seem innocent enough, experts say that popular “kitchen fertilisers” like coffee grounds actually do a plant more harm than good when placed directly on soil.
Australian Workers Eager For A Focus On Personal Wellbeing Post-COVID • More than eight in ten Australian workers are against a return to ‘normal’ working life, with physical and mental wellbeing and work-life balance a key priority.
When Doing Good Boosts Health and Wellbeing • “Prosocial behaviour such as altruism, co-operation, trust and compassion, are all necessary ingredients of a harmonious and well-functioning society,” says lead author Bryant P.H. Hui, PhD, a research assistant professor at the University of Hong Kong.
USING SELF-COMPASSION AND ACCEPTANCE to Heal from Trauma and PTSD
MAKING DECISIONS During Uncertain Times
The Surprising Upsides of Worrying
The Steps To Worrying Better
Experiences of Loneliness May Differ by Age
Eight Keys to BRIDGING OUR DIFFERENCES
Any Cuisine Can Be Made More Mediterranean • To make your diet more Mediterranean and ensure the changes you make are sustainable, it’s important to start with small steps that are easy for you to implement. The changes you make to your eating pattern need to be palatable and easy. You do not have to totally transform your diet, give up your favourite dishes or abandon your traditional cultural cuisine to see a health benefit.
Mediterranean Diet: 4:1 Plant to Animal Food Ratio • Rebalance your plate by piling up the vegetables so your meals reflect the Mediterranean plant to animal food ratio of 4:1 to ensure you pack in the nutrition benefits of all the anti-inflammatory and cardioprotective ingredients of the Mediterranean diet.
Understanding Nutritional Panels • Ever found yourself gazing at food labels wondering how to decide which product is better for the health of your heart? Aside from the marketing information and health claims made on the label to entice you to try a product, there is a strict requirement on food manufacturers to provide information about every ingredient, especially about any allergens it might contain, such as wheat, nuts or dairy, and where the ingredients are sourced.
Note: What’s Right For Me?
Experts Urge Evaluation Of Diet At Routine Check-Ups • A new scientific statement from the American Heart Association suggests some form of dietary assessment and counselling be included in routine health care visits. The nutrition and cardiovascular disease experts recommend the adoption of a rapid diet screening tool that can be integrated into electronic health record platforms.
Plant-Based Meats vs. Conventional Meats • In the realm of processed foods, which is more healthy from a dietetic point-of-view; plant-based meats or conventional meats such as sausages, burgers or crumbed chicken pieces? In this article Jennifer Weber...