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Do you have students with fructose malabsorption? Fructose malabsorption affects about 1 in 10 people and can be controlled by diet.  Here's what it is and how students can still participate in Crunch&Sip. What is Fructose? Fructose is a type of sugar found in some processed products and is found naturally in many fruits and vegetables. What happens when someone has fructose malabsorption? If a person has fructose malabsorption (also known as fructose intolerance), carriers in the gut which...

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Fundraising and community gatherings are an integral part of a school's culture. Providing unhealthy food at these events or selling unhealthy food for fundraising drives can contradict the positive nutrition messages children are learning at school. Selling fairy floss at the annual fete, having chocolate or wine drives or using lollies as prizes at the disco may create sales and excitement, but are counterproductive. Here are some tips for making those fundraisers and events healthier: Health...

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Year 1 teacher Rob Persson's passion for promoting fresh fruit and veg to his students has meant serious quantities of salad is being eaten at St Andrew's Grammar in Dianella. Mr Persson prepares a monster-sized bowl of salad a few times a week for his students, with help from the canteen staff when they have time. Each student eats at least 1 plate, with seconds and thirds being dished up by a student from a special salad trolley. Many students had not eaten many of the fruit and veg on offer...

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