This collection of handy tips will help you and your family enjoy better eating habits. But don’t forget to also check out our ‘Good Habits’ recipes, as well as challenges to keep your family motivated.
It's best to avoid or limit diet soft drinks. Some studies show they have been associated with adverse health consequences such as overeating, weight gain and dental erosion.
Think of snacks as mini meals and make them healthy. Offer a variety of choices based on the five food groups across the day.
In the supermarket, it's OK to say no to your kids when they ask for junk food. Say yes and their expectations for junk food could set in.
Tinned legumes and vegies are a great way to make sure you've always got serves ready to go. Try throwing some tinned beans, lentils or chickpeas into a salad to give you a boost of fibre and protein and help keep you full until dinner time. Why not stock up this week?
If you're going to get fast-food, try to swap fries for a side salad, a sundae for a fruit salad and soft drink for water.