Bayer, Scanpan, Victorinox and Cookbook Author, Olivia Andrews Join Forces with Nutrition Australia to Launch of Tryfor5, Australia’s Annual “Eat More Vegetables” Awareness Campaign

Tryfor5 14 - 20 October 2018

This year during National Nutrition Week, Nutrition Australia is launching the Tryfor5 campaign to increases awareness about the importance of consuming the recommended serves of vegetables, forming part of an overall healthy, balanced diet. Between 14 – 20 October all eyes will be on vegetables as this year’s theme ‘Small Change, Big Gains’ supports veg consumption with the transformation of some of Australia’s favourite recipes to make them even more healthy and delicious!

Small Change, Big Gains

Studies show Australian’s want a simple approach to cooking, with familiar, family-favourite meals high on the list, as well as practical tips and advice on improving healthiness of meals. Building on this insight; simple and small changes in diets can help increase vegetables, resulting in big health gains for generations.

With current research connecting unhealthy food with a number of health issues, from obesity and diabetes to heart disease, stroke and mental health it’s vital that Australian’s include more vegetables in their daily diet.

Meet Our Sponsors & Brand Ambassador

Along with our valued sponsors Bayer, Scanpan, Victorianox and our very first brand ambassador, Olivia Andrews (cookbook author, food writer and co-founder of Marley Spoon), Tryfor5 aims to celebrate vegetables this October and improve the health and well-being of all Australians.  

Visit www.tryfor5.org.au for more information.

 

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