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Five food groups

Learn about the five food groups and how eating a variety from each every day will help your child develop and grow.

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How to add variety to your diet | Eat For Health

The Australian Dietary Guidelines highlights the importance of eating a wide variety of nutritious foods.

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The Australian Dietary Guidelines (the Guidelines) provide up-to-date advice about the amount and kinds of foods that we need to eat for health and wellbeing. The recommendations are based on scientific evidence, developed after looking at good quality research.

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The Five Food Groups | Eat For Health

Guideline 2 recommends we enjoy a wide variety of nutritious foods from the five groups every day The key to eating well is to enjoy a variety of nutr

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What is a serve? | Eat For Health

The Australian Dietary Guidelines group foods together that share similar nutrients, this creates the Five Food Groups.

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How much do we need each day | Eat For Health

The Australian Dietary Guidelines inform people of different ages, life stages and gender, the minimum number of serves from each food group they need

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Healthy eating throughout all of life | Eat For Health

The Australian Dietary Guidelines will help people of all ages make the best food and drink choices for good health and avoid health problems.

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Dairy foods: How much is enough? | Nutrition Australia

Dairy foods including milk, cheese and yogurt are one of the five food groups the Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend we eat every day. The other four food…

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Dietary guidelines pictures: early teens | Raising Children Network

What do teens (12-13 years) need to eat each day? Our illustrated dietary guidelines make it easy to serve up the right amount from the five food groups.

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Dietary guidelines: children 4-8 years | Raising Children Network

What do children 4-8 years need to eat each day? Our illustrated dietary guidelines make it easy to serve up the right amount from the five food groups.

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