February 2019 Foodwatch Newsletter - Healthy school fundraisers

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 26 February 2019.
Tagged: Foodwatch Newsletter, health, healthy eating, healthy kids, healthy lifestyle, kids, newsletter, nutrition

February 2019 Foodwatch Newsletter - Healthy school fundraisers
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The schools are back in Australia and it won’t be long before the fundraising starts for another year. This month's newsletter offers healthy alternatives to unhealthy chocolates and lollies. As usual there's also much more...

February's Foodwatch Newsletter is packed with healthy ideas

 I have strong views on what items are appropriate and what are good options for P&Cs to offer in their efforts to raise much needed funds and in this month's Foodwatch Newsletter I offer you healthy options that will fatten the bank account, not the waistline!

Do you sleep well? Insomnia and poor sleep quality seem to be almost epidemic in our busy 24/7 lifestyles.  What many people don't realise is that sleep is an essential part of keeping healthy. It doesn’t matter how great your diet is, if you’re not sleeping your body will suffer. This month I offer you some simple strategies to get a good night’s sleep. As usual there's much more including Product of the Month. You can read this month's issue of the Foodwatch Newsletter here but  why not subscribe to our monthly Foodwatch Newsletter and have it delivered to your Inbox on the last Tuesday of every month?

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