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  2. This competition commences 13/8/2013 and closes on Friday 27/9/2013.
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Food and nutrition

Healthy lunchboxes

How to fuel your children for a long day of learning and play.

Healthy snacks

Quick and tasty snack ideas for kids.

Healthy breakfasts

How to make sure your kids get a healthy start to the day.

Keep hydrated

Our bodies are 50-75% water. Read up on how to keep your body hydrated.

Crunch on vegetables

Only 1 in 6 WA school kids eat enough vegetables. Find out what you can do.

Get more vegetables into your day

Tips and tricks for packing more vegetables into your day.

Decoding food labels

Learn how to read food labels to help you decide which foods are the healthiest options for you and your family.

Growing food from scraps

Reduce food waste, save money, and have some fun!

Finding reliable health information

'Don't believe everything you read' is very true when it comes to finding reliable health information.

Useful websites

Where to go for more information on health and nutrition.