Resources to help you make healthy eating the easy choice. Includes information about where to find healthy food and how small changes to your diet can have a big impact.
Low cost food in the Hutt Valley
Everything you need to know about accessing free or low cost food in the Hutt Valley including options for developing skills for growing and preparing food.
Everything you need to know about fishing in the Wellington region including any licenses you might need.
A list of the food banks in the Hutt Valley including information on who can access them, what to bring and what’s provided.
Fruit and vegetable co-op
Registration information and prices of different fruit and vege co-ops throughout the region.
Healthy food for a day
A guide with pictures which show the portion sizes and the number of serves of each food group you should aim to eat in a day.
Healthy lifestyle goals for kids
A handout showing the five most important things you can do to help all children to grow well.
Healthy plate model
A picture of a healthy dinner plate and portion sizes.
A large number of healthy, affordable and delicious recipes for you and your whanau.
How many kilojoules are in alcoholic drinks?
A picture showing you how many slices of bread are in your alcoholic drink.
Label reading and health star rating tips
Tips and tricks to reading and understanding the nutritional information of your food.
The Health Star system is an easier system for finding healthier versions of processed foods. This guide will explain more about what the Health Star Rating is and how to use it.
Learn what mindful eating is and how to do it.
Loving Pepe for Life resource. Looking at all the important things to think about during pregnancy.
Supermarket shopping on a budget
Example shopping lists including key foods for different budgets, and tips on how to make your money go further when grocery shopping.
Tips and tricks for looking after yourself
A handout showing the five most important things you can do to live a healthy lifestyle.
When to eat and when to stop
A ‘Hunger Scale’ to help you recognise when you’re hungry and full.