Sunday Herald Sun - Body and Soul - - HEALTH HQ - GEMMA SUTHER­LAND

My favourite quote from our in­ter­view with Jamie Oliver is: “Get the politi­cians to stand up and grow some balls”. He’s talk­ing about the ab­sence of a sugar tax in Aus­tralia, and he be­lieves im­ple­ment­ing one will help save the lives of the 23 per cent of Aussie kids aged up to four who are over­weight or obese. That’s al­most a quar­ter of our chil­dren! Sugar tax aside, he has some easy, savvy ad­vice on what we can all do to­day to make our fam­i­lies health­ier.

You can find it on page 4. Also in­side is a work­out by Michelle Bridges guar­an­teed to get your heart rate up (page 12), an amus­ing look at some new fem­i­nine hy­giene prod­ucts on the mar­ket (page 14 – and yes, cro­chet tam­pons are ap­par­ently a thing now) and skin­care that will save you money by work­ing twice as hard (page 10). En­joy.

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