Join us at 7-8.30pm (AEDT) on Tuesday 25 March for this interactive event, designed for professionals who work with individuals or small groups, such as nutrition, dietetics, health and fitness professionals.
To celebrate Seniors Week, Nutrition Australia ACT (NA ACT) is helping seniors to eat well by reigniting their passion for cooking with the successful Project Dinnertime - Simple Eats for Seniors program. This program aims to inspire individuals to cook more meals from home more often, by improving skills, confidence and motivation in the kitchen. Participants also learn about food related issues, such as healthy eating, budgeting and food safety.
The Rethink Sugary Drinks coalition has commended the ACT Government for introducing a ban on sugary drinks in government schools.
Rethink Sugary Drink is a partnership between Cancer Council Australia, Diabetes Australia and Heart Foundation (Victoria), and aims to raise awareness of the amount of sugar in sugar-sweetened beverages and encourage Australians to reduce their consumption.
Registrations are now open for healthy eating and menu planning workshops for early childhood and out of school hours care (OSHC) services in South Australia.
Our interactive sessions are specifically designed for long day care cooks and OSHC educators, and include promoting healthy eating to children, planning a healthy menu, recipe modifications, food allergies and budgeting.
Try this simple, tasty and nutritious idea for incorporating pecans into your favourite meal. Pecans lend themselves to both sweet and savoury recipes including stir fries, salads, casseroles and desserts.
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