A Few Drinks Will Shorten Your Life

How many drinks is too much? Drinking will shorten your life, according to a study that suggests every glass of wine or pint of beer over the daily recommended limit will cut down life expectancy. Many people believe that a glass of wine (or 2-3) a day is healthy for their heart but one drink per day may be too much. Moderate drinkers are now considered less healthy in a new study which suggests we […]

10 Healthy Tips for the Holidays

We love the Christmas time at Active One. The Christmas lights, the parties, the presents, time off work, and most importantly getting together with our friends and family. But the increased food drink and sitting around that goes hand in hand with Christmas can start to take a toll on our health. That is why we have tried to make Christmas as healthy as possible this year with a few small adjustments. Below is a […]

Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial Fibrillation¬† ¬† What is it? Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common sustained cardiac arrhythmia and it occurs when the electrical impulses of the top two chambers of the heart (the atria) become distorted. This causes these chambers to quiver (or fibrillate) instead of beating regularly. When the atria fail to beat regularly, it allows for the blood to pool and potentially form a clot. If this clot then travels to the brain this […]

Chickpea, Pumpkin and Feta Salad

Sunday Salad – Chickpea, Pumpkin, and Feta Salad This recipe is what is referred to “Sunday Salad” in our house. It is our go to meal on a Sunday night after we have been socialising all weekend and have had too much to eat and drink. It is one of my favourite meals and its my choice for recipe of the month. – Marc Rotunno (Exercise Physiologist) Serves 4. Ingredients: 300g Pumpkin 1 red onion […]

Chronic Lower Back Pain

Is Back Pain Being Mis-managed with Ineffective and Potentially Harmful Treatments? This is the accusation directed at the medical fraternity and made by a team of international health experts. In three papers published in the esteemed Lancet medical journal, the Australian and international authors assert that there is an over-reliance on scans, surgeries and opioid prescriptions to treat a problem that could be more effectively addressed through self-management and less-invasive physical and psychological therapies. ¬† […]

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