Healthy bliss balls are an alternative to your traditional Christmas rum balls and make a great addition to fill your FREE DIY gift box pyramids. Give the gift of a healthy treat this Christmas.
We love chia seeds because they're high in fibre and extremely versatile! You can use them as an egg replacer to make vegan or egg allergy safe meals. You can even use them to make a jelly-like texture in foods, for example pudding. Plus, they're high in fibre, Omega-3's and antioxidants. We also love this quick and easy recipe to make your very own homemade jam in 10 minutes!
Drought affected farmers in Queensland will be better off thanks to the kindness of Queensland Country Members. The recent Queensland Country ‘Buy a Bale’ Drought Appeal raised a total of $79,774.20. This is the equivalent of an incredible 14 trucks of hay for Queensland farmers.
This Christmas instead of having to punch another hole in your belt buckle, sticking to some handy tips and strategies will prevent that unwanted gain when the New Year rolls around.
Some of the most significant health insurance reforms in 15 years are now guaranteed with legislation approved this week. A range of changes will come into effect in April 2019 that focus on improving affordability and reducing the complexity of private health insurance.
Sometimes it’s easy to fall out of love with your health fund. And if you’re questioning the value of your health insurance and whether you've made the right choice, now might be the time to experience the genuine value we offer our Members.
Being able to fully relax is vital to maintain good health and wellbeing. It helps you to calmly deal with life’s stresses. On National Relaxation Day we share our favourite ways to relax.
Queensland Country Health Fund is excited to announce the opening of their second dedicated dental practice in Mount Isa, with the purchase of 1800 4 Teeth.
Dental Health Week, which takes place in the first full week of August, is the Australian Dental Association’s major annual oral health promotion campaign. Its aim is to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral health in every aspect of their lives.