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Wednesday 15-3-2017

As you get older, lifestyles and appetites change which affects the types and amounts of food we eat. A decreasing appetite or reduced ability to buy and prepare healthy foods can mean that many older people don’t get enough essential vitamins, minerals and fibre, and this can contribute to general unwellness or exacerbate some chronic illness.

Food and nutrition can have a significant impact to quality of life by meeting the physical, functional and experiential needs of clients.

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Monday 23-1-2017

President of Nutrition Australia NSW Division, Barbara Ward, has been named 'Ku-ring-gai Local Woman of the Year' for 2017 for 2017.

The award has been conferred in recognition of Mrs Ward's outstanding contribution and service to the community and health sector as Managing Director San Foundation.

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Friday 20-1-2017

Get a free and instant assessment of the food and drinks you supply with the Healthy Eating Advisory Service’s new online menu assessment tool.

Coming soon, the online menu assessment tool will allow anyone working in long day care or retail food outlets to review food and drink products, recipes and entire menus against the relevant Victorian healthy food and drink guidelines for their setting.

Anyone can use the tool including long day care cooks and managers, retail food outlet staff, or people that support them, such as health professionals.

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