BOGH

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BOGHBalance of Good Health (government initiative; Food Standards Agency; UK)
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The event will offer a chance to taste healthy snacks, take part in a workshop about the balance of good health, have a go at a healthy eating quiz, and watch mouth-watering demonstrations.
The programme has been developed by Fitzone and Walsall's sport and leisure development services and will help young people to attain a balance of good health, as well as raise issues such as eating a healthy breakfast and reading food labels.
11 Seek advice - Tam says: "Your GP can give you a pamphlet called the Balance Of Good Health, which will show you a balanced diet for your child."
The programme was launched a month ago and revolves around the balance of good health, focusing on the five food groups.
In Wales, many peoples' diets do not meet the recommendations set out in the national food guide The Balance of Good Health. Improvements in eating patterns are urgently needed, especially among disadvantaged groups and young people.
"We advocate the balance of good health," explains Amanda.
Gateshead Community Health team has a Balance of Good Health drop in session at the Central Library, Prince Consort road, next Tuesday 1.00pm to 4.00pm.
For more information about the balance of good health, visit our web site at www.food.gov.uk or contact the Food Standards Agency Wales on 029 20 678999 / wales@foodstandards.gsi.gov.uk
More information about the balance of good health is available from the Food Standards Agency Wales on 029 2067 8999 the web site at www.food.gov.uk
For more information about the balance of good health, contact the Food Standards Agency Wales on 029 20 678999, e-mail us at wales@foodstandards.gsi.gov.uk, or visit our website at www.food.gov.uk
The Balance of Good Health is based on the five commonly accepted food groups.
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