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January 10, 2012
Use these HFG pantry checklists to make sure you always have healthy ingredients you’re actually going to use on hand. Have you got so much ‘stuff’ in your pantry you’re not quite sure what’s...
  The Body Mass Index (BMI) is a calculation of the ratio between your weight and your height. The formula is used to determine the amount of body fat you carry. The formula is your weight divided by...
Is your digestive health in top condition? Use this Bristol Stool Chart to help determine your intestinal health. The consistency of our poo depends on how long it has spent in the colon. The longer...
Sensitive to food additives? This handy card lists the names and numbers of food additives most likely to cause reactions.   To download the resource, right click on the PDF and select 'Save target/...
The Dietitians Association of Australia’s (DAA) is the national association of the nutrition and dietetics profession, representing more than 5,400 members who are employed in a wide variety of...
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Following our 12-week Diet and Exercise Plan? Print off a copy of this exercise chart for a month's worth of fitness inspiration. Whether you're just starting to exercise or you exercise regularly,...
A food and symptom diary can help you investigate whether specific foods are triggering an unpleasant response in your body, such as bloating for example. It’s not a good idea to self-diagnose a food...
You'll never be stuck for inspiration if you print out this handy chart and keep it in your pantry. Think healthy food can't possibly be tasty? That healthy eating means bland and boring? Think again...
Convincing picky eaters to eat fruit and vegetables is a daily battle for many parents. Fruit and vegetables are inexpensive, healthy and delicious, but large numbers of Kiwi kids simply don’t eat...
Let’s face it, we all have days when we really are just too busy or too stressed to cook. But often the hard part is deciding what to cook, with the ingredients in the cupboard, in the time we have...
The amount of energy (kJ) you need to consume each day differs depending on whether you are wanting to maintain weight, lose weight or gain weight. This is a basic guide on how many kilojoules (...
Use these HFG pantry checklists to make sure you always have healthy ingredients you’re actually going to use on hand. Have you got so much ‘stuff’ in your pantry you’re not quite sure what’s...
With so many recipes on offer these days, why should you cook the ones in Healthy Food Guide? Because they're not only delicious, they're also healthy enough to eat every day. All of our recipes must...
Why keep a food diary? A food diary is a powerful tool to help you become more aware of your eating habits and activity levels. If you see a nutritionist or dietitian, the first thing they will ask...
Following our 12-week Diet and Exercise Plan? Use this downloadable menu planner to make a note of your meals and snacks, and how you were feeling when you ate.   To download the resource, right...
Dietitians are health professionals trained in food and nutrition. Dietitians translate scientific nutrition information into practical advice, to help you make the right decision about what to eat....
Healthy Food Guide considers an Accredited Nutritionist (AN) is a tertiary qualified nutrition professional that has expertise in a range of nutrition areas such as community health and public health...