South Coast Women's health and Welfare Aboriginal Corporation
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Our services & programs

 
Case Management

Case Management

Nabu

Nabu

Domestic & Family Violence (DFV) Team (SHLV / UDVIS)

Domestic & Family Violence (DFV) Team (SHLV / UDVIS)

Healing Counsellors

Healing Counsellors

Balaang Gunyah - Healing Programs

Balaang Gunyah - Healing Programs

Holistic Health Care - Clinic

Holistic Health Care - Clinic

Pamper Days

Pamper Days

Waminda Cancer Care Services

Waminda Cancer Care Services

Dead, or Deadly?! - Health & Well-being Program

Dead, or Deadly?! - Health & Well-being Program

Nyully Tucker - Hospitality Social Enterprise

Nyully Tucker - Hospitality Social Enterprise

Kareela Ngura -    Sustainable Permaculture and Bush Tucker Rural Industry Projec  t

Kareela Ngura - Sustainable Permaculture and Bush Tucker Rural Industry Project

Playgroup

Playgroup

Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) - Innovation

Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) - Innovation

Bulwal Balaang - Youth Programs

Bulwal Balaang - Youth Programs

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Smart Eating Week 2019

Smart eating is about making smarter choices with the foods you eat. Food is fuel for your body so it is important to fuel yourself with food that will keep you feeling good, energised, and healthy. Smart Eating Week 2019 is a time to bring awareness of the importance of healthy eating for yourself and others around you.

Some simple things to remember to make smarter food choices is:

·         Lots of veggies!

·         2 serves of fruit a day can be great snacks

·         Meat is great protein but try to have one day a week without meat

·         Avoid processed meats like salami and bacon as these have been known
to cause cancer

·         Avoid packaged and processed foods that will often have additives and
preservatives.

·         Listen to your body and only eat when you’re hungry

·         Fresh food is always good!

Healthy food doesn’t have to be boring, time-consuming or expensive. Each day for Smart Eating Week ‘Dead, or Deadly’ Facebook and Instagram will be sharing healthy recipes for you to try! Follow ‘Dead, or Deadly’ Facebook & ‘Dead, or Deadly’ Instagram

 
 
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