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SourceRitualize, supported by Tasmanian Government

Ritualize app

Ritualize is a free app for Tasmanian workplaces to improve health and wellbeing.

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LiveLighter

a program that includes resources to help adults make simple changes to improve their health

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Take the Healthy Tasmania Challenge online

Eat healthy, get active, drink more water, spend time with family, enjoy Tassie! We challenge you to share a photo of yourself performing each week’s activities in ‘comments’ for fantastic prizes!

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SourceHeart Foundation

Healthy catering and food preparation resources

Resources for healthy catering and food preparation, including in workplaces.

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SourceAustralian Government

Australia's Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Adults 18-64

National physical activity and sedentary behaviour recommendations for adults

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Healthy Living apps

a review of over 300 apps to find out which apps are most helpful

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Self-compassion

learn how to be kind and understanding of yourself when confronted with personal failings

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Tobacco control in Tasmania

a website with information about tobacco control policy and laws in Tasmania. Includes resources such as signage and fact sheets.

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24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (Birth to 5 years)

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SourceAssociate Professor Kristin Neff

The three elements of Self Compassion

Self compassion has been shown to improve wellbeing, body appreciation and motivation while also reducing body shame.

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SourceCentre for Mindful Eating

Mindful eating meditations

Mindful eating is associated with healthier eating behaviours and more positive relationships with food and eating.

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Eat Well Tasmania

advice on how to increase fruit and vegetable intake, how to eat in season, recipes and healthy eating tips

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Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Adults (18-64 years)

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The Butterfly Foundation

a website with a range of information and support for eating disorders and body image issues.

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Get Active Program

A statewide, 10-week program that supports people to be physically active

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Choose Health: Be Active – A physical activity guide for older Australians

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Nutrient claims on foods

learn what they mean to help make choices about the food you buy

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Healthy Living apps

a review of over 300 apps to find out which apps are most helpful

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What is an eating disorder

a webpage with information about eating disorders, warning signs and symptoms, stages of an eating disorder and risk factors

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Get active in the North and North-West booklets

Sport, recreation and physical activity opportunities for older adults in the north and North-West Tasmania

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Cancer council position statements

on the role of food and health conditions, such as cancer, overweight and obesity

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SourceAustralian Government

Australian Guide to healthy eating

Visually shows the proportion of the five food groups recommended to eat each day.

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Facts sheets for people with allergies who need to avoid specific types of food

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SourceDPIPWE

60 Great Short Walks

Tasmania's best bush walking opportunities.

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SourceAustralian Government

Australian 24-hour movement guidelines for children 0-5 years

Provides guidelines for the healthy growth and development of children aged 0-5 years.

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Baker IDI Fact sheets

information about the role of food in the prevention and management of health conditions

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Mindful eating meditations

available for free on soundcloud, these meditation can help people have a healthy relationship with food and their bodies

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Eat Well Tasmania

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Advice about foodborne illness and how to reduce your risk

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Information and resources for coeliac disease and eating gluten free

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Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Children (5-12 years)

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Heart Foundation

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SourceEvelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch

10 principles of intuitive eating

Intuitive eating can be helpful in improving your relationship with food and your body. These principles describe the Intuitive eating approach.

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It takes more than an apple a day

healthy eating information specifically for adults

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Australian Dietary Guidelines 1-5

the main recommendations for eating well

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SourceDrug Education Network / DHHS

Smoke Free Generation website

Smoke-free options for young people, adults, teachers and youth workers.

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SourceWestern Australia Department of Health

LiveLighter

LiveLighter is a program developed in Western Australia which aims to encourage Australian adults to lead healthier lifestyles - to make changes to what they eat and drink, and to be more active.

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Intuitive eating

10 principles for creating a healthy relationship with food, mind and body

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Principles of mindful eating

identifies principles to help people eat mindfully

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Information for people at risk of falls

includes tips, safety checklists and assessment tools

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Australian Guide to Healthy Eating

shows the proportion of the five food groups recommended to eat each day

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Alcohol guidelines to reduce health risks from drinking alcohol

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SourceDHHS

Extreme heat health advice: Being active in the heat

Fact sheet providing advice on being active in hot, dry weather.

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Safe food handling advice during extreme heat

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Tips and ideas for older adults to be active every day

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Lunchbox Ideas

Ideas on what to pack in a lunch box for care, school or just out and about.

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How can I be smoke free

Smoke-free fact sheets, phone apps, websites, nicotine replacement therapies, phone support and services.

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Alcohol Guidelines

Alcohol guidelines and standard drink information

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SourceAustralian Government

Australian dietary guidelines 1-5

Explains the five main guidelines for eating well.

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Healthy eating quiz

find out how well you’re eating and where you can make improvements

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Food labels

a guide to reading food labels

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SourceDrug Education Network / DHHS

Why should I be smoke free

Fact sheets, videos and web resources on why go smoke-free.

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Foodswitch app

a free app to help you find out what is in the food you’re eating and suggestions for simple, healthier switches

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Eating with friends

a program to bring older adults together for a nutritious meal and to make new friends

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Appetite for life

Nutrition advice for older adults

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Why diets don’t work

explains the physical, social and emotional reasons why diets don’t work

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Eating with Friends

Social eating that brings older people together for a nutritious meal and making new friends.

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Extreme heat health advice: Safe food handling during extreme heat

Fact sheet providing advice on safe food handling during extreme heat.

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Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Young People (13-17 years)

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