Links

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Here are some helpful links to further your skills and interest in cooking and nutrition.

Better Health Channelwww.betterhealth.vic.gov.au

Food, health and nutrition related information. This site has a comprehensive list of topics.

 

Dietitian’s Association Australiahttp://daa.asn.au/for-the-public

Food, health and nutrition related information. This site has a comprehensive list of topics. Mythbusters.

 

Food Centshttp://www.foodcentsprogram.com.au

Information, tips and hints for healthy eating on a budget. This site also has tips on cooking, growing fruit and vegetables and other nutrition information.

 

Love Food, Hate Wastehttp://www.lovefoodhatewaste.nsw.gov.au

Love Food Hate Waste helps you avoid food waste, save time and money and reduce your environmental impact by planning better, shopping smarter and storing food effectively.

 

Go for 2 and 5–  http://www.gofor2and5.com.au

Recipes, children’s activities, serving size information, healthy meal and snack ideas.

 

Healthy Kidshttp://www.healthykids.nsw.gov.au

Health and nutrition related information for children . Recipes and healthy snack and meal ideas. Nutrition and activity recommendations and guidelines. Comprehensive list of topics with links to other websites. Information about health and nutrition related programs and promotion around Australia. Resources for families and school teachers.

 

Healthy Kids Associationhttp://www.healthy-kids.com.au

Healthy snack ideas, general healthy eating, dealing with fussy eaters. Recipe and healthy snack and meal ideas for children.

 

Sydney Marketswww.sydneymarkets.com.au

Information about seasonal fruit and vegetables. This site also has easy fruit and vegetable based recipe ideas and children’s activities.

 

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About this site…

Food habits that are formed during childhood have a big influence on health outcomes on adulthood.

The Back to Basics program helps to expose young children to healthy food to improve their health both now and in the future.

The development of this program has been made possible by the support of:

Sponsors

Medibank Community Fund

Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation

HMRI