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Healthy Luxe APP has landed!

Want to start the new year on the right foot? Healthy Luxe APP has landed just in time! With over 200 nutritious and delicious recipes from breakfast and main meals to snacks and sweet treats, as well as nutritional information for a key ingredient in each recipe AND regularly added health tips, our app will help keep you on track. You can filter recipes according to your dietary requirements/preferences and see nutritional insights of a key ingredient in each recipe. and create your own shopping list and save recipes to favourite. Download Healthy Luxe APP We hope you enjoy our app and we wish you all a very happy, healthy and safe 2019!

Workplace burnout: taking a summer holiday is not enough

Workplace burnout: taking a summer holiday is not enough With one in four Australian experiencing high levels of anxiety symptoms, mental stress claims are now the most expensive type of workers’ compensation claim.  A 2014 Price Waterhouse Cooper study reported that mental health conditions cost Australian employers at least $10.9 billion a year. Wellness tourism boom Wellness Tourism is defined as travel associated with the pursuit of maintaining or enhancing one’s personal wellbeing. With skyrocketing cases of workplace stress and burnout, it is not surprising that wellness tourism is a thriving industry, currently growing globally at double the rate of general tourism. The Global Wellness Instituteestimates wellness tourism was a $639 billion global market in 2017.The growth rate of wellness tourism in Australia for 2015-2017 was 8.3% with around 10 million wellness trips taken in Australia in 2017. This ranks Australia in fourteenth place in the world for wellness tourism.However, psychologists are encouraging…

Product of the year 2018 announced

Products of the Year winners announced: signs that consumers are looking for healthier choices. The most recent results from ‘Product of the Year (POY) indicate a shift towards dietary specific (especially gluten free) and health foods.  For example Freedom Foods was amongst the winners, offering a range of ‘free from’ innovative food products, which are free from certain allergens. Every year for almost 10 years, Neilson research has evaluated market trends in innovative products, measured using the following criteria: 1. Relevance – Is the product fulfilling a need or addressing a problem? 2. Uniqueness – Does is stand out and bring something new to the category? 3. Excitement – Does it excite them? Would they spread the word? 4. Likeability – Does it deliver what you want? 5. Value Perception – Do you think it provides value for money? Over 14,000 Australian consumers took part in this research and voted for their…

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