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Healthy eating at Bli Bli

 
​A selection of delicious foods from the workshop
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On Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th August, all classes participated in The Mad Food Science Program. Belinda Smith, Health and Wellness Coach from The Root Cause ran interactive workshops with all of our grades that covered the topics below.

1. What is a wholefood and what is a processed food.

2. Understanding carbohydrates, fats and proteins, and why all of them are important.

3. Understanding how sugar affects mood, behaviour and learning.

4. What is an additive and preservative, and how they affect mood, behaviour and learning.

5. How to read labels on food packets.

Belinda, a mum herself, says the aim of the interactive workshop is to use fun ways to get children to understand why processed foods really should be an “occasional” food and why it’s so important to eat fresh fruit and vegetables. Thanks to the support of our P&C Association all children could attend the Mad Food Science Program free of charge.

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Last reviewed 12 March 2020
Last updated 12 March 2020