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Eat Well Queensland 2002-2012: Smart Eating for a Healthier State

 

Logo of Eat Well QueenslandA healthy diet is essential for good health and wellbeing, and the normal growth and development of children. Good nutrition protects against a wide range of diseases, with around 16% of the burden of disease caused by an unhealthy diet and lack of physical activity.

Queensland's first statewide nutrition strategy is called Eat Well Queensland 2002-2012: Smart Eating for a Healthier State.  This strategy aims to improve the health and wellbeing of all Queenslanders, including Indigenous Queenslanders and other vulnerable groups, through better food and nutrition. Eat Well Queensland adopts a broad population-based approach that has already achieved significant success.

This site provides updates about progress under each of Eat Well Queensland's six inter-related priority action areas and priority population groups. Click below to access information on progress to date and links to relevant resources.

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Last Updated: 09 February 2012
Last Reviewed: 19 October 2011