Discussion paper: Australian children’s exposure to the advertising and marketing of energy-dense nutrient-poor foods and beverages
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Discussion paper on advertising and marketing of foods to children
We’ve all heard it before, but it can be hard to get started.
Every little change makes a difference.
The easiest way is to start small and try one new healthy ‘swap’ each week, and then by the end of the year you’ll have an amazing 52 new healthy habits and feel great!
This week: try swapping full-cream milk for low-fat milk.
Next week: add to this by swapping your morning biscuits for a piece of fruit.
See, it’s simple!
We can get more out of life, feel better and live longer by eating healthy food. Eating well:
If you are keep going! But chances are, we can all improve in some way.
Unfortunately, on average, South Australians eat only half the recommended amount of vegetables and three quarters the recommended amount of fruit we need every day. So let’s make a change – what’s stopping us?
Did you know there’s actually a state-wide approach to help more South Australians eat well and be active?
The Eat Well Be Active Strategy for South Australia 2011-2016 is a plan to help more South Australians eat well, be active and maintain a healthy weight.
As well as outlining what the South Australian Government will do, the strategy is also aimed at getting the whole community to work together, making it easier for everyone to enjoy the benefits of eating well and being active.
Be inspired by other South Australians and organisations that are making a difference, to eat well and be active.
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