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Fruit

Find out when fruits are in-season and some tips for serving them to your little ones.

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Vegetables and legumes/beans

Find out why veggies are good for kids, when your favourite veggies are in-season and tips for fussy eaters.

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Lean meat, fish, poultry and meat alternatives

Find out what varieties of protein there are and how you can serve them to your kids.

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Vegetables: encouraging kids to eat vegies | Raising Children Network

Vegetables give children energy and can protect them against chronic diseases. Our tips can help you encourage children to eat 2-4½ serves of vegies each day.

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Fibre | Nutrition Australia

Fibre is the indigestible parts of plant foods, such as vegetables, fruits, grains, beans and legumes. It is type of a carbohydrate that helps keep our…

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Food labels & nutritional information | Raising Children Network

Nutritional information panels on food labels list energy, protein, fat, carbohydrates and sodium. These labels help you make healthy decisions about food.

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Sugar - Better Health Channel

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Sugar and sugar cravings - MyDr.com.au

Our consumption of free sugar has tripled since 1960, with soft drinks, energy drinks, fruit juice and cordial the most significant sources. The World Health Organization recommends free sugars be less than 10% of your total energy intake - that's 6 teaspoons per day for women and 9 teaspoons for men. Our consumption of free sugar has tripled since 1960, with soft drinks, energy drinks, fruit juice and cordial the most significant sources. The World Health Organization recommends free sugars be less than 10% of your total energy intake - that's 6 teaspoons per day for women and 9 teaspoons for men.

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LiveLighter - The sneaky sugar in 'healthy' drinks

It’s pretty obvious that soft drinks aren’t a healthy choice. But what about some of the other drinks that market themselves as a better choice?

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Avoiding Sugary Drinks Tips | LiveLighter

Soft drinks are very high in sugar and kilojoules, and provide no nutritional value other than fluid. A 600ml bottle of regular soft drink has around 15 teaspoons of sugar in it.

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