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Tools, information and resources to support clinicians and their patients.

WA Primary Health Alliance

Ask if you can start the conversation about weight

Ask if you can start the conversation about weight

This brochure indexes information on eating well and staying active during pregnancy

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WA Primary Health Alliance

Assess your patients in a sensitive and supportive way

Assess your patients in a sensitive and supportive way

Obesity is a complex and multi-factorial chronic condition with genetic, environmental, physiological and behavioural determinants. The identification of obesity alone can be stigmatising and potentially damaging to self-confidence, motivation and long-term health outcomes.

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Department of Health and Aged Care

Body mass index (BMI) and waist measurement

Body mass index (BMI) and waist measurement

Together, body mass index (BMI) and waist size can help work out whether your weight is within the healthy range and whether you are at risk of some chronic conditions. Find out what each means and how to use them.

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Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute

Convenience meals

Convenience meals

Convenience meals are great if you are limited with time or unable to prepare a meal.
There are ways to put together a healthy meal through convenient options available
in the supermarkets. Use this guide to choose healthier convenience meal choices

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Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute

Eating out

Eating out

Use this guide when eating out to choose meals that have less energy,
saturated fat, salt and sugar.

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Menzies School of Health Research

Getting healthy before pregnancy

Getting healthy before pregnancy

This flipchart has been co-designed with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth and an IRG to improve knowledge and understanding of preconception health and care among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth.

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Eat For Health

Healthy eating during your pregnancy

Healthy eating during your pregnancy

Both you and your growing baby need extra
nutrients.
Steady weight gain during pregnancy is normal
and important for the health of the mother and
baby. However, it is also important not to gain
too much weight.

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Eat For Health

Healthy eating for adults

Healthy eating for adults

The Australian Dietary Guidelines provide
up-to-date advice about the amount and
kinds of foods that we need to eat for
health and wellbeing. They are based
on scientific evidence and research.

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Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA)

Healthy Eating Quiz

Healthy Eating Quiz

Join over 400,000 people & improve
your diet with personalised recommendations!

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Department of Health and Aged Care

Healthy Meal Ideas and Menu Planning

Healthy Meal Ideas and Menu Planning

Thinking ahead and menu planning for
you or your family can help you to choose
healthier options, manage your weight
and ease the daily stress of planning
meals.

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Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute

Healthy snacks

Healthy snacks

If you are feeling hungry, choose healthy snacks as a part of a balanced diet.
Speak to your health professional about the number of snacks that is right for you.

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British Heart Foundation

How do you measure your waist?

How do you measure your waist?

This animation instructs you how to properly measure your waist using a tape measure.

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