Key Food and Nutrition Data for Australia 1990-1999

Eating habits are associated with the risk of a range of health problems and influence health and wellbeing at all stages of life. The potential benefits of healthy eating have long been promoted through development of dietary advice for Australians and other strategies to improve availability and consumption of a healthy range of foods.

Page last updated: 22 September 2004

Prepared by Dr Geoffrey C Marks, Ingrid HE Rutishauser, Dr Karen Webb and Peta Picton, Australian Food and Nutrition Monitoring Unit for Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care
2001
ISBN: 0 642 82057 0


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