Healthy eating made easy

Healthy eating made easy

4 step action plan

Healthy eating doesn’t have to be complicated. Starting today, you can improve your diet with these simple strategies.

While the occasional biscuit is fairly harmless, ‘here and there’ can quickly become habitual if you’re not making conscious healthy choices.

If you think you aren’t eating as healthily as you could be, but feel overwhelmed by the thought of turning around your diet (and aren’t even sure where to begin) our ‘Healthy eating made easy’ action plan can help.

Every week for four weeks, you’ll receive actionable tips that can help you to establish realistic, healthy eating habits you can stick to for the long-term.

Sign up to our 4-step action plan and take the first step towards improving your diet today.

Time to complete

  • 4 weeks

Benefits

  • Increased energy
  • Better focus and clarity
  • Promote good health
  • Optimal wellbeing

Actions

Mostly plants

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Mostly plants

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“Eat food, mostly plants, not too much.”

This simple yet effective motto is one of the first steps towards establishing long-term healthy eating patterns.

Find out how to incorporate the Australian dietary guidelines recommendations for fruit and vege into your everyday life with ease.

Refining your diet

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Refining your diet

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While fruits and vegetables are core components of a healthy diet, you also need to ensure you meet your body’s nutritional requirements.

Lean meats, grains, legumes, dairy and good fats are all important elements of a healthy, balanced diet .

We’ll show you how to plan you meals and shop for your health.

Superfood snacks

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Superfood snacks

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Superfood is really just code for nutritionally-dense food - aka a very healthy food.

Of course, it makes sense to try and eat some of these foods in your diet regularly to stay healthy and feel well.

We’ll show you what to swap for superfood snacks.

Long-term healthy eating

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Long-term healthy eating

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Making a continuing commitment to healthy eating isn’t hard. It’s all about moderation.

Give yourself permission to have treats occasionally - just don’t let occasionally become every meal of every day.

If you do have one or two days of unhealthy eating, don’t feel guilty - just shrug it off and start the next day with a renewed commitment to your healthy eating plan.