Living Well: O’liver shows us how it’s done

December 19, 2021

LiverWELL presents a series of animations featuring the fun and lively animated liver character O’liver, who has an important message about being mindful of our liver health, especially over the holiday season.

O’liver has been busy with messages around our four Living Well domains: Eating Well, being Drink Aware, Getting Active and Feeling Well.

O’liver shows us how to get active, take time out for personal wellbeing, enjoy healthy foods and hydrate with water, which can all make a big difference to the health of our livers.

Melanie Eagle, CEO of LiverWELL, said the messages are a reminder of changes we can all make, at any time, and the festive season is a time to be concious of our liver health.  “Conditions such as fatty liver disease affects more than 5 million Australians, and people may not realise that it can be improved by taking simple steps to be active, be mindful of our wellbeing, and adopt healthy practices around food and drink”, says Ms Eagle. “O’liver the animated liver has a starring role and takes a fun approach to the topic, but they illustrate an important issue – good liver health.”

Keep an eye out for O’liver and the campaign on social media and explore the Living Well pages on our website.





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