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Dietary guidelines

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Australian Dietary Guidelines 1 - 5 | Eat For Health

There are five principal recommendations featured in the Australian Dietary Guidelines. Each Guideline is considered to be equally important in terms of public health outcomes. Guideline 1 To achieve and maintain a healthy weight, be physically active

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Dietary guidelines in pictures: teens | Raising Children Network

What do teens (14-18 years) need to eat each day? Our illustrated dietary guidelines make it easy to serve up the right amount from the five food groups.

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Dietary guidelines in pictures: toddlers | Raising Children Network

What do toddlers need to eat each day? These illustrated dietary guidelines make it easy to serve your child the right amount from the five food groups.

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Australian Dietary Guidelines: Standard serves | Nutrition Australia

The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend the number of standard serves we should consume from the five core food groups each day, for a nutritious and balanced diet. The recommended intake amounts differ for each age and gender. Click here to see the recommended intakes.

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Australian Dietary Guidelines: Standard serves | Nutrition Australia

The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend the number of standard serves we should consume from the five core food groups each day, for a nutritious and balanced diet. The recommended intake amounts differ for each age and gender. Click here to see the recommended intakes.

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Australian Dietary Guidelines 2013 | Nutrition Australia

The foods and drinks we consume have an important effect on our physical and mental wellbeing for better or for worse. (Click to view full size on the Eat for Health website)

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Australian Dietary Guidelines: Recommended daily intakes | Nutrition Australia

The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend the number of standard serves we should consume from the five core food groups each day, for a nutritious and balanced diet.

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Australian Dietary Guidelines: Recommended daily intakes | Nutrition Australia

The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend the number of standard serves we should consume from the five core food groups each day, for a nutritious and balanced diet.

Read more on Nutrition Australia website

Dietary guidelines: children 4-8 years | Raising Children Network

What do children 4-8 years need to eat each day? Our illustrated dietary guidelines make it easy to serve up the right amount from the five food groups.

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Dietary guidelines in pictures: pre-teens | Raising Children Network

What do pre-teens 9-11 years need to eat each day? Our illustrated dietary guidelines make it easy to serve up the right amount from the five food groups.

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