What's Enough? (with guidelines)
What's Enough? (with guidelines)
|NDR-UK Ref No:||9095|
|Publication Format:||A4 leaflet|
A pictorial resource designed to re-educate families on age-appropriate portion sizes as part of a healthy balanced diet and lifestyle. Provided with NDR-UK's What's Enough? Professional Guidelines.
Advice is complex, condition specific and requires a Dietitian with knowledge, skills and experience in the condition.
To educate families on age-appropriate food portion sizes.
- The Target Group will understand what age appropriate food portion control is.
- The Target Group will understand that the guidance offers general information, not individual guidance - this must be provided by a registered dietitian.
- The Target Group will understand what energy balance is and how to achieve it through provision of age-appropriate portion sizes and a balanced diet.
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