Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide
General Nutrition for Young Children and Adolescents

Nutrition and Food Services

General Nutrition for Young Children and Adolescents

High Fibre Diet for Children

Brochure

Produced by: Women's and Children's Health Network

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Booklet

Produced by: Women's and Children's Health Network

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A Guide to Vegetarian Diets

Produced by: Women's and Children's Health Network

 To grow and develop normally, children need to eat foods from all of the food groups such as breads and cereals, vegetables, fruits, meat and meat alternatives (foods rich in protein, Iron, Zinc and Vitamin B12) and dairy foods.

To avoid missing out on important nutrients, meat, chicken, fish and eggs need to be replaced with foods that will provide protein, vitamins and minerals. Planning is needed to make sure they eat a balanced diet.

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Safe Food and Safe Kitchens

Produced by: Women's and Children's Health Network

Learning to cook is a good skill and can be great fun for children. However, many injuries to children can happen in the kitchen and it is a common place for germs to spread. This resource has information on how make sure children stay safe in the kitchen and eat safe food.

Content reviewed in December 2016

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Healthy Food, Happy Kids

Produced by: Women's and Children's Health Network

Children need a wide variety of good food to stay healthy. Children can learn to enjoy healthy food through good food experiences. This resource has information on ways and activities to help your child to grow up to enjoy a wide range of healthy foods.

Content reviewed in December 2016

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Food Labels for Families

Produced by: Women's and Children's Health Network

Food labels help us to make healthy and safe food choices for our children and families. However, there is a lot of information and it’s easy to get confused! This resource has information on what is on a food label and what this information means.

Content reviewed in December 2016

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Be Your Best

Produced by: Women's and Children's Health Network

A guide to eating well and feeling good for young people.

Eating well and feeling good is about more than just putting “healthy” food into our mouths. It’s about balancing what we eat with what we do; making good food choices, responding to our body’s needs, and enjoying what we eat. This fact sheet gives tips for young people (aged 12-18) on how to eat well to help you look and feel good, and to perform at your best

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Normal Healthy Eating

Produced by: Women's and Children's Health Network

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Eat Well and Be Active for Good Health

Produced by: Women's and Children's Health Network

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last modified: 16 Oct 2018