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Topic "Food And Nutrition" in Chinese - total 17 documents

Title: Australian guide to healthy eating
Summary: Two page flyer showing the recommended proportions of each food group in the diet, what a standard serve is and how many standard serves are recommended each day for adults and children.

Title: Community group temporary and mobile food premises - Class 2
Summary: This food safety program template applies to community groups that are class 2 and operate from temporary or mobile food premises. You must use this food safety program for your food premises.

Title: Dental fact sheet - Message for a healthy mouth
Summary: 5 ways to keep a child's teeth and mouth healthy: eat well, drink well, clean well, stay well, play well.

Title: Do you need.... (multilingual communications groceries picture chart)
Summary: This is a multilingual communication picture chart that includes the main food items and other groceries like medicines and toiletries. It helps facilitate communication with your neighbour who speaks another language.

Title: Drink well
Summary: Tips on what to drink in order to prevent teeth decays

Title: Eat more vegetables and fruit
Summary: This leaflet contains some usefu tipsl to help kids eat veggies. It also tells you how much one serve of fruit or vegetable is and how many serves are required depending on age.

Title: Eat well
Summary: Tips on what to eat in order to prevent tooth decay

Title: Eating well during (cancer) treatment
Summary: People with cancer often have difficulty with eating. This fact sheet offers suggestions on how to maintain a healthy diet.

Title: Fitting more fruit and vegetables into your diet
Summary: If you’re not eating at least two pieces of fruit and five servings of vegetables each day, now’s the time to start. Although there’s no single “miracle” food to prevent or cure cancer, scientists that people who eat few fruits and vegetables have higher rates of cancer than those who don’t. Although some people think they can get the same benefits from vitamin and mineral supplements, this isn’t true. Vegetables and fruits don’t just contain vitamins and minerals, but also many other substances which are important for good health and which you won’t find in a pill.

Title: Fuss free mealtimes
Summary: This factsheet provides tips to help parents feed fussy eaters.

Title: Healthy breakfasts
Summary: Why having a healthy breakfast is important for your children

Title: Listeria - the facts
Summary: Listeria infection or listeriosis, is an illness usually caused by eating food contaminated with bacteria known as Listeria monocytogenes. This factsheet provides advice for pregnant women, the elderly and anyone with suppressed immunity.

Title: Listeriosis
Summary: A guide to preventing listeria infection or listeriosis, a rare but serious foodborne disease.

Title: Making healthy food choices
Summary: The Making Healthy Food Choices Guide includes photographs and images of hundreds of different foods to help you understand how healthy eating will help you manage your diabetes. Each guide contains culturally specific foods and includes the English description and translation on the same page.

Title: Personal hygiene for people working with food
Summary: Information about appropriate guidelines for personal hygiene, hand washing, treatment of cuts and wounds for people in the food industry.

Title: Start to live lighter today
Summary: LiveLighter encourages Victorian adults to lead healthier lifestyles by making a few simple changes to their eating, drinking and physical activity habits.

Title: Water - the drink for children
Summary: Water, and to a more limited extent, milk, are the only drinks children need to stay hydrated and healthy. Adequate hydration is particularly important in children, who can quickly fall ill when dehydrated. Why water is the best and how to encourage water drinking in children

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