NSW

Celebration of Women's Health Week!

Nutrition Australia NSW celebrated Women’s Health Week (2-6 Sept) by hosting a free morning tea on 4th September, with nutritional physiologist Assoc. Prof Kim Bell-Anderson (University of Sydney) speaking on women’s health and healthy aging. We partnered with SHARE to include a Sheng Zhen moving mediation at the event. 

NSW Seniors Festival EXPO

Nutrition Australia NSW celebrating seniors week at ICC promoting healthy choices nutrition and education. Over 15,000 people attending the event. Proud to be part of this amazing event.Thanks to NSW Govt for organizing such an informative and fun event.

Uni students enjoying and engaging with the community at ICC Seniors Week

NSW Seniors Festival EXPO

Nutrition Australia NSW celebrating seniors week at ICC promoting healthy choices nutrition and education. Over 15,000 people attending the event. Proud to be part of this amazing event.Thanks to NSW Govt for organizing such an informative and fun event.

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Friday 15-2-2019

Well-Being Matters - 18th October at Greenwood Plaza, North Sydney

Nutrition Australia NSW will be running a cooking demonstration with tastings at Greenwood Plaza's Festival of You event on Thursday the 18th of October from 11:30 am- 2:30 pm. Come join us to sample our delicious veggie-filled recipes and to find out more about National Nutrition Week and Try for 5.

Looking after our farmers’ mental health - Pyrmont Festival 15-16 September

Nutrition Australia NSW is proud to partner with SHARE SMR Australia to launch their famers’ mental health initiative. The initiative will be launched this weekend on the 15th and 16th of September at the Pyrmont Food and Wine Festival in Pirrama Park, where both companies will be raising money, providing a healthy food demonstration and talking to the public about the benefits of good nutrition and exercise.

NSW Government taking care of the elderly

Elderly people are more susceptible to falls for a number of reasons. It is well known that those who experience a fall have poorer health outcomes. The NSW Government has developed a fantastic initiative that is aimed at preventing falls in older Australians living in the community. Stepping On is a seven week program that covers a range of issues for seniors, including falls, exercises and nutrition. As we age, requirements for certain nutrients change, which is covered in Stepping On.

Multicultural Health Week 2018

Multicultural health week is coming up soon, from the 3rd to the 9th of September. The theme for this year is Health Literacy with the tag line ‘Talk, Listen, Ask – for better health’. The aim this year is to raise health workers’ awareness of the importance of health literacy when working with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Health Promotion Project – NSW Government helping children reach fruit and veg targets

Did you know that only 5% of Australian children eat their recommended intake of vegetables? When children aren’t eating fruit and vegetables at school, it’s almost impossible for them to reach their recommended intakes. Children need the nutrients from fruit and vegetables to learn, grow and play. Crunch and Sip is a NSW Government initiative, which gives students a dedicated time during the school day to eat fruit and veg and to rehydrate with water.

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