National

Webinar Series - Festive food myths busted

Does eating turkey really make you feel sleepy?

Should you be using cacao instead of cocoa in your rum balls?

Are there really any foods that can cure a hangover?

Join our dietitians as they bust these festive food myths and more during our lighthearted live webinar sure to get you talking turkey at the Christmas dinner table!

Date: Tuesday 12 December 2017

Time: 5:30pm - 6:30pm EDST

Cost: $10 Members

Webinar Series - Dr Joanna McMillan

How often do you get to hear in a one on one interview style format from experts such as Dr Joanna McMillan? We are fortunate to have such a wonderful advocate for healthy eating here in Australia, far from her native country of Scotland.

National Nutrition Week Breakfast - Hosted by NSW Division

Always Trying For Five - Starting with Breakfast at NSW Government House

The President and Secretary of our National Board attended a breakfast hosted by NSW Division of Nutrition Australia held at NSW Parliament House as part of National Nutrition Week. The event was such a success that people had to be turned away as the venue was at capacity and tickets still being requested the day before which was fantastic to see! The varied health issues we have in Australia which relate to poor diet are something we are passionate about improving.

 

FREE Webinar - Eat to Beat Exams

We are excited to be kicking off Nutrition Week with a FREE Webinar on Monday 16 October 5:30-6:30pm. Find out which foods can boost brain power, sustain concentration levels and prevent burn out.
 
Calendar: 
Monday 16-10-2017

Tipping the Scales: We must halt obesity to save Australian lives

36 leading health orgs set out 8 urgent Fed Gov actions for first time

Thirty-six leading community, public health, medical and academic groups have today united for the first time to call for urgent Federal Government action to address Australia’s serious obesity problem.

Nutrition Australia submission to the Health Star Rating five year review

The Health Star Rating (HSR) Advisory Committee is undertaking a five year review of the HSR system, which will consider if, and how well, the objectives of the HSR system have been met, and identify options for improvements to and ongoing implementation of the system.

Major health orgs applaud NSW Health kicking the sugar habit

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Rethink Sugary Drink, an alliance of Australia’s leading health and community organisations, has congratulated NSW Health for announcing it will phase out sugary drinks from all of its facilities in the next six months as part of its Healthy Choices in Health Facilities policy.

Congratulations on reaching the Pot Of Gold in the Try For 5 Challenge

Nutrition Australia congratulates Gowrie SA, Veg Heads and Eat For Life for achieving the highest scores in our Try For 5 Challenge - Team Game during National Nutrition Week.

From 16-22 October, teams ate their way to the top by earning points for every serve of vegetables they ate. They were also rewarded for eating a variety of different coloured vegetables and trying new things each day.

Australians urged to double their vegetable intake during National Nutrition Week

Nutrition Australia, the country’s leading non-profit nutrition organisation and creators of the Healthy Eating Pyramid, is challenging all Australians to take the pledge to eat more veg during National Nutrition Week, 16-22 October 2016.

With an alarming 96% of Australians failing to eat their recommend daily intake of vegetables, Nutrition Australia’s Try For 5 theme encourages all Australians to discover new ways to add veg to their day.

Take the Try For 5 Challenge during National Nutrition Week

Want to know the easiest way to eat well and feel great?
Just take the pledge to eat more veg!

Get the daily motivation and support to Try For 5 serves of vegetables every day during National Nutrition Week with the Try For 5 Challenge, 16-22 October.

Because whether they're fresh, frozen or canned, getting enough vegetables every day is the #1 thing we can all do for better health and wellbeing. 

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