August 2011
Good Health (Australia Edition);Aug2011, p27
The article presents information on healthy eating habits that would help to stay fit and fight various ailments. It presents tips on portable snacks that would fill your stomach for a longer period and would help to eat less such as apples, nuts and fish. It states that family meals reduce the risk of eating problems and children should eat their food with their parents for a healthy eating habit.


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