Felicity Curtain

Dietitian

Tag Archive for ‘home cooking’

A week of healthy lunches for AHWW

Last week was Australian Healthy Weight Week – an initiative of the Dietitians Association of Australia, focused on raising awareness of the importance of achieving and maintaining a healthy weight. This years campaign was all about inspiring Australians to cook at home more often. As convenient (and delicious) as it can be, eating out isn’t usually the healthiest option, with meals tending to be high in overall energy, salt, fat […]

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NATIONAL NUTRITION WEEK 2013 – Project Dinner Time – 5 of the best ways to Cook.Eat.Enjoy.

This week is National Nutrition Week, and the theme this year is Project dinner time – cook, eat, enjoy. Aiming to improve individuals “knowledge, skills and confidence in the kitchen,” the ultimate goal is to bring back the home cooked meal – both for the sake of nutrition and sense of community. Tying in with this theme was Wednesday nights Eatkit twitter chat; in which the in’s and out’s of […]

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