What's Good for You is a Australian health and lifestyle television program. It investigates myths and fables concerning health and well being. Examples of myths investigated include "Does chocolate really cause pimples?", "Is there a cure for hiccups?" and "What foods produce the most flatulence?".
- imDb Rating: 7.8 (26 Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
- Rated: N/A
- Released: 29 May 2006
- Runtime: 65 min
- Genre: Documentary
- Director: N/A
- Writer: N/A
- Actors: Andrew Rochford, Andy Trieu
- Language: English
- Country: Australia
- Awards: 1 win & 2 nominations.
- Total Seasons: N/A
Episode 4x3; Apr 22, 2009
4x3: Episode 3
4x2: Episode 2
4x1: Episode 1
2x1: Episode 1
1x14: Episode 14
1x13: Episode 13
1x12: Episode 12
1x11: Episode 11
1x10: Episode 10
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