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AHWW past events 2015

Healthy Weight Week at Wurli – Amanda Hill  Monday morning, bright and early, we held a staff breakfast to launch the week with a tasty and colourful BBQ breakfast. On Tuesday we held a healthy breakfast for clients at Gudbinji, our Chronic Disease Unit who enjoyed the variety on offer as staff had the day […]

10 Week Challenge

Wondering what to do in your community to raise awareness of the importance of being a healthy weight? Try the Australia’s Healthy Weight Week 10 week challenge! Week 1: Start a food diary. This will help you see what you’re eating and drinking, and where you might be able to make an improvement. Download the […]

Information for General Practitioners

Australia’s Healthy Weight Week: Information for General Practitioners GPs have a central role in the delivery of integrated patient care and are often the first point of contact for people seeking to lose weight. Where the evidence indicates a multi-disciplinary approach to weight management is required, an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) is an appropriate referral […]

#healthyselfie

We all come in different shapes and sizes. This Australia’s Healthy Weight Week share your #healthyselfie and we’ll repost on our Pinterest page! Click on the image below to see our Australia’s Healthy Weight Week board.

Social media Ambassadors

We are pleased to have some amazing Accredited Practising Dietitians supporting AHWW 2016 as Social Media Ambassadors. Being an ambassador is a great way to share the messages of cooking at home and choosing correct portions with Australians. We thank our Social Media Ambassadors for their contribution to this year’s campaign. Social Media Ambassadors Sally […]

Why get involved?

According to new research, less than 1 in 4 Australians will be of healthy weight by 2031–32 (Heart Foundation and Deakin University joint research[1]). By 2031-32, more Australians will be obese (41%) than overweight or of a healthy weight with an average gain in weight of 5 kg expected over the next 15 years[1]. With […]

Cooking pledge

If you’re looking to feel better in 2016 cooking at home more often can make a real difference. It can also help you to manage your weight – by managing your portions. When cooking at home we can control the amounts we plate up (meaning smaller portions) compared to eating at restaurants where meals are often […]

Instagram Competition

Cooking at home gives you control over what goes into your meals, so you’re more likely to eat healthier foods, like vegetables – and in the right amounts. During Australia’s Healthy Weight Week – we want to see your home-cooked meals! Winners Announced! Congratulations to our Australia’s Healthy Weight Week cooking challenge winners @kitchendivas, your […]

Celebrity Cooking Event

Celebrity Cooking Event 2017 – Stay tuned, details to come…     AHWW LAUNCH EVENT 2016 – Adelaide Australia’s Healthy Weight Week in 2016 was a huge one, and kicked off with a big AHWW Launch Event in Adelaide on Monday 15 February 2016. Many people joined us at the Rundle Mall in the north-eastern Corner […]

Volunteer

Students and APDs Are you a student, Graduate Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) or an APD who wants to be involved in AHWW but are unable to run your own event? Consider helping out at our launch event in Martin Place, Sydney! We are encouraging all students and APDs to get involved with AHWW. This is […]

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