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Nutrition Topics

High fibre

High Fibre Diet for Children - fact sheet

Fibre is an important part of a healthy balanced diet. It helps to keep our bowel healthy and functioning properly. Children who eat a low fibre diet are at risk of constipation or poor bowel health.

An electronic copy of this resource is available to download or print free here.

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

High Fibre Diet for Women - fact sheet

Fibre is an important part of a healthy diet. Adults who have a low fibre diet are at risk of poor bowel health or associated problems, such as constipation or haemorrhoids.

Adequate dietary fibre can reduce your risk of developing problems such as high cholesterol, heart disease, bowel cancers and diabetes.

An electronic copy of this resource is available to download or print free PDF iconhere.

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Iron in food

All About Iron in Food - fact sheet

This fact sheet provides you with information on iron and good food sources to
ensure that your child is getting enough iron every day.

An electronic copy of this resource is available to download or print free PDF iconhere.

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

Healthy lifestyles to prevent and manage overweight in childhood

Eat Well and Be Active for Good Health - fact sheet

To be healthy and achieve a healthy weight it is important to choose the right balance of healthy foods and be physically active.  This resource gives 8 quick tips for good health and a healthy weight.

An electronic copy of this resource is available to download or print free PDF iconhere.

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

 

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last modified: 01 Apr 2016