Did you know that a fibre-rich diet including 2 serves of fruit and 5 serves of vegetables a day can help prevent 1 in 6 bowel cancer cases? Or that eating the recommended servings of fruit and vegetables helps reduce your risk of oesophageal, lung and some mouth and throat cancers? You hold the cards to reducing your cancer risk.
Enter Cancer Council NSW’s Eat It To Beat It program. We run free sessions and workshops for parents of primary school age children, helping them to understand why fruit and veg are so important.
Our Fruit & Veg Sense workshop runs for 90 minutes, and helps parents with advice on fussy eaters, meal planning, and shopping tips.
Our Healthy Lunch Box session targets parents who have children starting Kindergarten. We emphasise the importance of packing fruit and veg in the lunch box every day, and help with easy ideas to make this possible.
Our program is evidence-based, meaning we don’t rely on fads or trends to get our information – just simple, practical advice that will help the entire family eat more healthily.
We want your whole family eating better – so get in touch today.
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