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Be a healthy weight

A healthy weight is different for everyone and you don’t need scales to find out what it is.

Your healthiest weight is what you are naturally when you’re mostly eating well, enjoying regular movement and taking good care of yourself.

Below we have gathered the best available information and tools to help you eat well and move more.

Email ahealthytasmania@dhhs.tas.gov.au for more information.

Please consult a health professional for personalised advice.

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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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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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SourceRitualize, supported by Tasmanian Government

Ritualize app

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

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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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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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