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Alison Pask, Executive Director for Activity and Nutrition Aotearoa is interviewed about keeping children happy when in isolation.
Alison Pask, Executive Director, Activity and Nutrition Aotearoa says it is vital that everyone participate in regular physical activity during the current lockdown and eat well. Following the Ministry of Health Eating and Activity Guidelines will contribute to long term wellbeing and will help to build a strong immune system to fight off unwanted illness. […]
To assess the impact of a sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) reduction initiative on customer purchasing patterns, including volume sales of healthy and unhealthy packaged drinks and sales value of all packaged drinks, in a major Australian aquatic and recreation provider, YMCA Victoria.
Breakfast will be the target of a new 5+ A Day campaign this year to help Kiwis up their daily fruit and vegetable intake after research showed not enough people are kick-starting their day with fresh produce.
This Australian podcast is less than 30 mins and four Australian experts provide a review on the economics of walking.
The 20-minute neighbourhood is based on enhancing the liveability of Melbourne’s neighbourhoods. It is about ‘living locally’—giving people the ability to meet most of their daily needs within a 20-minute walk from home, with safe cycling and local transport options.
This short, practical guide explains how to spot false, inaccurate or misleading claims and what to do if you do spot it.
In a review of recent international and New Zealand research on the impact of food and beverage taxes, the researchers identify the strong level of scientific evidence showing such taxes work.
This article written by Helen Gibbs, New Zealand Registered Dietitian contains useful information to ensure your household has adequate food supplies for optimum nutrition for self-isolation.