Circus and cooking combine for a unique holiday program

These school holidays Nutrition Australia ACT are joining forces with Warehouse Circus to offer a unique school holiday program from 26 to 29 September. 

NAACT will be delivering afternoon cooking sessions for primary school aged children, as part of the spring school holiday program in Chifley.

On a typical day, students can enjoy a choice of circus activities such as tumbling, mini trampoline, stilt walking, unicycling, hula hooping, juggling, staff twirling, poi twirling, diabolo and aerial disciplines such as tissue and trapeze. 

Good Food for Good Mood

Sarah Dash is a PhD Candidate at the Food and Mood Centre within the School of Medicine at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, and recently submitted her thesis exploring the potential biological pathways of the diet-depression relationship.

Sarah will present her research on the relationship between dietary pattern and mental health and reveal some realistic nutritional strategies to help prevent or even treat mental disorders.

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Tuesday 10-10-2017

Good Food for a Good Mood - nutrition and mental health seminar

Nutrition Australia ACT is pleased to announce this exciting seminar on World Mental Heallth Day, Tuesday 10 October 2017.

Come and cook with us!

Project Dinnertime is here to inspire you to cook, eat and enjoy good food every day!

Book now for our friday spring cooking classes starting Friday 2 september 11am-1pm.

A one-stop-shop for nutrition support for the ACT community


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On Thursday 12 March, Nutrition Australia ACT will be launching the ACT Nutrition Support Service (ACTNSS), which aims to support healthy eating environments across the ACT.

Food&ME set to boost health literacy in kids

A new resource to boost health literacy amongst primary school children was launched in the ACT on 25 September. Food&METM is a suite of nutrition education units designed to help teachers educate students at the primary school level on food and nutrition and help establish healthy eating habits for life.

Food & ME Teachers Resource

Food & ME is a unit of 5 modules specifically designed for students at the transitional level - Years 5 and 6. Food & ME provides teachers with the necessary tools to teach nutrition within the ACT School Curriculum Framework. It provides students with the opportunity to learn about the relationship between food and health, including the effect it has on their bodies and mental wellbeing.

Nutrition Australia ACT supporting teachers with new Teachers Resources Centre and Website List.

Nutrition Australia ACT is pleased to announce the opening of a new Teachers Resource Centre.

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