|Let's Dig! A School Garden Resource (Adobe PDF document - 5247KB)||2013||This resource offers ideas and activities to run each of 4 components of a School Garden unit of work, suitable for Transition through to Year 6 students. The 4 components are: Nutrition; Gardening; Food Safety and Cooking. These are designed to encourage and support interest in healthy eating, food production and cooking. A range of additional resources are also highlighted that will assist teachers.||n/a|
|Feeding Babies||2013||This information is about feeding babies from birth to early childhood.||Full details|
|Good Food for Diabetes||2010||Everyone has some sugar in their blood to help them think and move about.|
The name for the sugar in blood is glucose. People with diabetes have too
much glucose in their blood. Some people call diabetes sugar sickness.
|Eat Better, Move More.||2009|
Eat Better, Move more is a resource kit for the promotion of nutrition and physical activity in remote communities. It is available to health staff and educators who regularly promote nutrition and physical activity in remote NT communities and/or with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and who have undertaken the training required to use the resource.
Contact the Nutrition and Physical Activity Program on 8985 8021 for more information on training opportunities.
|The Flour Drum Stove Cookbook||2009||A flour-drum stove can be used for cooking healthy family meals when camping, or when there is no stove or electricity. This book explains how to make a flour-drum stove and how to use it. The book includes recipes which are suitable for families in remote areas far from big supermarkets and specialty food shops.||Full Details|
Market basket surveys
|Annual||In 1995 the NT Department of Health and Community Services developed the NT Food and Nutrition Policy. One of the strategies identified in this policy was to develop a tool (the "Market Basket Survey") to monitor food cost, availability, variety and quality in remote community stores. The Market Basket Survey also enables information to be collected on: store management, employment of Aboriginal people, existence of a store nutrition policy, community development initiatives by the store such as sponsorship and donations, nutrition promotions and store worker training. The first Territory wide survey of remote stores was carried out in 1998 when 45 stores were surveyed.||n/a|
Nutrition and physical activity program action plan 2007-2012
|2006||This action plan continues the practical implementation of the Northern Territory Food and Nutrition Policy 1996 and 5 Year Strategic Plan. The policy and strategic plan were developed after extensive consultation and in partnership with representatives from Government, the food industry, community organisations and consumers. Its overarching goal is to improve nutritional status and the health of all Territorians, and to reduce the burden of diet-related early death, illness and disability.||Full details|
|RIST Resources||2005||The Remote Indigenous Stores and Takeaways (RIST) Project was conducted in 2005 by the SA, WA, NT, QLD, NSW and Australian Government Health Departments to improve access to a healthy food supply for Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander People in remote communities. These resources were developed to help establish and improve standards for 'healthy' remote stores.||Full Details|
The NT hunting for health challenge lesson pack
|2005||The NT hunting for health challenge lesson pack consists of a variety of lesson plans designed for the various year levels within primary school. Each focuses on making healthy food choices and regular physical activity as ways of preventing lifestyle diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure in later life.||Full details|
|Northern Territory Physical Activity Survey||2003|
This survey was undertaken in July 2003 in partnership between the then Department of Health and Community Services and the National Heart Foundation (NT Division). It measured levels of physical activity in the non-indigenous population aged 18 to 54 years as well as knowledge and attitude in relation to physical activity recommendations.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander guide to healthy eating
|1998||The guide is a scientifically based nutrition education resource that can help educate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people about choosing a balanced and varied healthy diet. The guide shows how much food is required every day from each food group for good nutrition and health. The foods included in the guide are those that can be found at the store as well as some local bush foods.||Full details|