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Healthy diet during pregnancy

A healthy diet is an important part of a healthy lifestyle at any time, but especially vital if you're pregnant or planning a pregnancy.

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Junk food

Kids may love junk food, but they should not form part of a regular, healthy diet.

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Having a healthy pregnancy

Having a healthy pregnancy means following a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, knowing what to avoid and making sure your vaccinations are up to date. Find out more here.

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Healthy eating for your child

Learn how you can teach your child good eating habits so they can make healthy choices and reduce their risk of obesity and diseases such as diabetes.

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Healthy diet for children - MyDr.com.au

The average child's diet now gets over 40% of kilojoules from junk foods and drinks. Find out how to encourage better food choices.

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Pregnancy health & wellbeing | Raising Children Network

Pregnant? Here’s all you need to stay healthy during pregnancy, including tips for healthy diet and lifestyle and a guide to pregnancy health care.

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What are the Australian Dietary Guidelines? | Dietitians Australia

The Australian Dietary Guidelines (ADGs) are a framework for healthy eating among the general population. They provide population-level guidance on a healthy diet.

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Constipation and children - Better Health Channel

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Healthy eating

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Discretionary food and drink choices | Eat For Health

What are discretionary food choices?Some foods and drinks do not fit into the Five Food Groups because they are not necessary for a healthy diet and a

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