Your path to a healthier life starts today.

My Healthy Balance is an innovative and interactive healthy lifestyle program designed by health professionals to help you improve your health.

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Completely free, healthy lifestyle program

Experts, including dietitians, diabetes educators, nutritionists and health promotion professionals have developed the My Healthy Balance program based on the latest scientific evidence.

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Make better choices

Learn about healthy eating and physical activity through our extensive learning modules and put your knowledge into practice with our fun, interactive activities

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Achieve SMART goals

Setting specific, measureable, attainable, realistic, time-based goals is one of the best ways to succeed. Whether it's to lose a dress size or to eat 2 pieces of fruit daily, we'll help you set and achieve your goals.

Discover your risks

Build your health profile and find out how healthy you are and the ways you can improve your health.

Form healthy habits

Small changes really add up. Our tracking tools can help you monitor your progress as you go.

Stay motivated

Get the right level of support for you. Choose from text message reminders, motivational emails and telephone health coaching.

Although I have been fortunate enough over the years to gain important nutrition information from various sources I found that my My Healthy Balance telephone coach still had new and helpful little tips to help me on my way with weight loss and better food consumption.


Healthier workplaces

Healthy employees are more productive, alert and less absent.

My Healthy Balance is a perfect fit for your corporate wellness program. You can provide a supportive environment and track the health of your employees.

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One in three Australians have at least one chronic condition1.

And thousands more are at risk of developing a chronic condition later in life due to lifestyle factors.

To reduce your risk get started now.

1 Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Chronic diseases: About chronic disease [Internet]. 2013 [cited 2014 Oct 27]. Available from:

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