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The Department of Health keeps dietary recommendations under review as part of its role in promoting evidence based public health. As part of this review, the new Healthy Food for Life – the Healthy Eating Guidelines and Food Pyramid have been developed by the Department working in...
The Eatwell Guide is a policy tool used to define government recommendations on eating healthily and achieving a balanced diet.
This poster shows graphically how much of each of the following food groups we should eat for a healthy, balanced diet: fruit and vegetables; bread, rice, potatoes, pasta and other starchy foods; milk and dairy foods; meat, fish, eggs, beans and other non-dairy sources of protein; and foods and...
This booklet shows how parents and carers of primary school children can choose food from the different food groups to make sure their family is getting all the nutrients they need to stay healthy.
Guidance on healthy breaks for schoolchildren. (Translations revised March 2014)
This booklet is designed to�improve pupils' nutrition and implement healthier eating and drinking practices. It contains�practical tips for parents, carers and children on how to pack an appetising, healthy lunchbox.
This workbook aims to help people who use alcohol or drugs to think about the importance of eating well and find ways to achieve a more balanced diet.
Nutrition is central to health and children's diets can be an important influence now and in the future. Stop, Look and Cook is a new recipe book for use by catering staff in all grant-aided nursery, primary and post-primary schools in Northern Ireland.�Recipes have been collected from school...
This guidance provides information for professionals on Maternal and Pre-school Nutrition for infants and children.

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