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  1. Meat and poultry

    19 Sep 2017

    Meat and poultry are a great source of protein and lots of other nutrients your body needs. Check your recommended intake of meat and poultry and try to stick with it...

  2. Lunch at work

    19 Sep 2017

    Did you know lunch is just as important as breakfast? In other words, don’t skip lunch: you need it every day! A nutritious lunch will give you the energy to get through an afternoon of work...

  3. Dairy and dairy alternatives

    19 Sep 2017

    Dairy products (and dairy alternatives) are packed with calcium, protein and lots of other essential nutrients. Calcium is vital for healthy teeth and bones. It is also important for your muscles...

  4. Getting enough protein

    18 Sep 2017

    Protein is an important nutrient that helps your body grow and repair cells. Most Australians eat more than enough protein, but if you are vegetarian or vegan you may not be getting enough protein (or...

  5. Fats and oils

    15 Sep 2017

    Animal products and processed foods like fried fast food are generally high in saturated fats...

  6. Fish

    08 Aug 2017

    Eating two or more serves of fish per week can reduce the risk of a range of diseases including dementia, depression and cardiovascular disease...

  7. Soft drinks, juice and sweet drinks – limit intake

    18 Jul 2017

    Consumption of drinks containing added sugar is associated with weight gain, reduced bone strength and tooth erosion and decay...

  8. Fruit and vegetables

    18 Jul 2017

    Eating fruit and vegetables can help protect against some diseases including diabetes and some cancers...

  9. Soft drinks, juice and sweet drinks - children

    12 Jul 2017

    Encourage children to drink and enjoy water. Sweet drinks such as juice, cordial and soft drinks may cause health problems for children if consumed in large amounts...

  10. Alcohol

    20 Dec 2016

    The size of a standard drink can vary according to the type of alcohol...