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  • Woolworths - Breads & Cereals
    every occasion Why is this group good for me Bread cereal rice pasta noodles are rich in carbohydrates Wholegrain breads and cereals and all types of pasta provide slow release glucose that keeps us satisfied for longer Whether you re a new mum a growing child or a busy office worker all of us need carbohydrates for energy supply to help our bodies function effectively Wholegrain and wholemeal breads and cereals are also good sources of fibre which keeps our digestive system functioning as it should Wholemeal and wholegrain varieties have a low glycaemic index which means their carbohydrate is broken down slowly to form glucose and the slow release of energy from this process helps keep us feeling full for longer How many serves a day do I need Try to have at least 4 serves every day An example of a serve could be 1 cup of cooked pasta noodles or porridge 1 cup of cooked rice 2 slices of bread or 1 medium bread roll 1 2 cup of natural muesli 1 cup of breakfast cereal Fresh food tips There s nothing like an appetising bowl of Italian style pasta Lightly fry some button mushrooms in a pan with onion and garlic Add a dash of white wine some fresh snipped oregano or thyme or finely chopped rosemary and some tomato puree and pour over freshly boiled veal tortellini Top with a sprinkle of finely grated parmesan Take your tastebuds on an exotic journey with a Vietnamese beef noodle soup Boil beef stock with lemon juice star anise ginger and lemon grass Place uncooked rice noodles and strips of raw beef into bowls and cover with steaming broth Top with fresh basil coriander lime chopped chilli and bean sprouts Start the day with fruity French toast Dip

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  • Woolworths - Fruit
    brings a smorgasbord of delicious fruits including grapes melons mangoes peaches nectarines pineapple strawberries and cherries In cooler months you can t go past crisp apples pears or juicy sweet oranges mandarins and tangelos Fresh poached squeezed baked or fried fruit offers an enormous variety of delectable flavours and textures It also works wonders for our digestion teeth gums immunity and overall well being As the old saying goes an apple a day Why is this group good for me Fruit is an excellent natural source of fibre which helps our digestive systems to process food efficiently Fruit is also a great alternative to refined sugar snacks packed with a wonderful combination of vitamins and minerals essential for our day to day wellbeing and far fewer kilojoules All fruits are good sources of vitamin C but oranges mandarins kiwifruit berries grapefruit melons and pawpaw are especially good sources of this essential vitamin which can boost your immune system How many serves a day do I need Try to enjoy at least 2 serves of fruit every day An example of a serve could be 1 medium sized fruit eg apple orange banana etc 2 small sized fruit eg figs plums nectarines etc 1 handful of fresh raspberries 8 strawberries 1 cup of diced fruit ¼ medium melon ½ cup of fruit juice Fresh food tips One of the few savoury fruits avocado is a delicious and healthy alternative to butter or margarine with only a quarter of the fat content of yellow spreads Avocado is also a good source of vitamin E an antioxidant which is great for good health For a quick and delicious breakfast smooth ripe avocado on wholemeal toast with slices of vine ripened tomato thinly sliced mozzarella cheese basil and some cracked pepper When summer heats

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  • Woolworths - Milk, Yoghurt & Cheese
    as well as with fruit for a delicious snack or dessert Cheeses are also fantastic on their own on top of pasta in salad on bread or even as a simple cheese platter Better still when it comes to dairy products there are plenty of different flavours and reduced fat options available so you can always find one that suits you and can still enjoy your favourite milk yoghurt or cheese every day Why is this group good for me Milk cheese and yoghurt are high in calcium which is essential for healthy bones and teeth Calcium helps young bones grow strong Dairy products are also an excellent source of protein which helps our body s cells grow strong and healthy and riboflavin and vitamin B12 two of the B group vitamins Fresh food tips How many serves a day do I need You should have at least 2 serves of dairy produce every day Fat reduced products are recommended for those over 2 years of age One serve is equivalent to 40g of cheese 200g tub of yoghurt 250ml of milk or fortified soy milk 250ml of custard Fresh food tips Enjoy a fresh fruit smoothie with your breakfast Combine a banana 1 cup of skim milk 1 3 cup of natural yoghurt 1 teaspoon of honey and 1 2 tablespoons of wheat germ in a blender whiz and drink Rich in iron and protein these foods provide us with the strength and stamina our bodies need for everyday activity Try to choose lean cuts of meat or chicken wherever possible and match this with a healthy preparation method such as stir frying grilling or poaching which don t need extra oil Eggs nuts and legumes such as chickpeas and lentils also make fantastic easy alternatives to meat Barbecue

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  • Woolworths - Meat, Poultry, Fish & Alternatives
    body which produces energy Red meat poultry all types of seafood nuts eggs and legumes also contain protein which is essential for healthy growth and development As well as being a great source of protein vitamins and minerals all types of seafood also contain omega 3 fats that help maintain a healthy heart Fresh or canned salmon sardines mackerel and herrings are especially rich in omega 3s but all Australian seafood rates as a good source of these vital fats How many serves a day do I need You should have 1 serve of meat fish poultry eggs nuts or legumes every day One serve includes 65 100g of lean meat or chicken eg ½ cup of mince meat 2 small chops 2 slices roast meat etc A small fish fillet 80g 120g 1 3 a cup of cooked legumes eg lentils beans chickpeas etc 100g of firm tofu 2 small eggs 30g of nuts ½ cup canned fish Fresh food tips Add flavour to fresh steaks or chicken breasts by brushing them with a spicy paste made from 2 cloves of crushed garlic 1 tablespoon of honey a freshly chopped chilli coriander and a dash of olive oil For a quick and easy dinner wrap fresh fish fillets in foil with slices of tangy lime freshly torn basil and garlic and cook in the oven until tender Steam a piece of salmon or ocean trout for an Omega 3 boost and serve with jasmine rice for a healthy twist on fish and chips Toss some thinly sliced squid tubes in flour salt and pepper and lightly fry in olive oil for a healthier alternative to calamari rings Serve with fresh lemon juice and cracked pepper Skinless chicken breast fillets are a great low fat source of protein Steam chicken

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  • Woolworths - Healthy Mum
    a few bunches of grapes Enjoy with fresh low fat yoghurt for extra calcium Eat when you feel you should If your body is still adjusting to the changes of pregnancy don t feel you need to stick to your usual meal patterns Eat when it feels comfortable for you If eating 3 large meals isn t working try 4 5 smaller meals Try these light meal suggestions If you find pasta or rice meals too heavy make a light couscous with lemon juice paprika chopped apricots and slivered almonds To boost your iron intake serve the couscous topped with thin slices of chicken lamb or beef Eggs are an excellent healthy source of protein which provides your body with strength and stamina For a quick and light weekend brunch poach an egg in water and vinegar and serve it with a slice of wholemeal toast steamed English spinach and a slice of ripe avocado Fresh salads are a fantastic light way to absorb a variety of vitamins and minerals especially in summer Toss together some chickpeas rocket lettuce blanched snow peas baked pumpkin and fetta Splash with balsamic vinegar and top with slivered almonds A simple stir fry is also a quick and delicious way to enjoy fresh vegetables and absorb extra nutrients Slice some onion capsicum zucchini carrots mushrooms and broccoli and lightly fry for 2 3 minutes in a hot wok with sesame oil Serve on a bed of jasmine rice and sprinkle with sunflower seeds Boost your omega 3 fats Omega 3 fats are essential for the development of your baby s brain and eyes These fats are found in all seafood and especially in mackerel salmon trout barramundi sardines and herrings Plant sources include linseeds canola walnuts and leafy green vegetables The body can convert the plant based omega 3s to the type found ready made in fish if you choose olive or canola oils for cooking rather than other vegetable oils Enjoy a good balance with some canned salmon with a fresh green salad and a few walnuts for a healthy lunch Help baby grow strong with calcium Dairy products and calcium enriched soy or rice milks are great sources of calcium which helps your baby develop strong healthy bones and teeth Pregnant mums should avoid soft cheeses which can harbor listeria harmful bacteria Hard cheeses including cheddar are fine A fruit smoothie with 400ml of low fat milk will make up half your daily calcium requirement 1100mg Add natural honey for extra sweetness or low fat yoghurt for extra calcium Boost your calcium intake by adding shaved parmesan to a delicious rocket salad with roasted pine nuts If you re finding it hard to consume enough calcium add milk to your cooking Try using extra skim milk powder or natural yoghurt in mashed potato and add cheese to omelettes Getting enough iron Red meat chicken and fish provide iron that is easily absorbed Iron is needed for making red blood cells and more

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  • Woolworths - Healthy Baby
    hypoallergenic Breast Milk or Infant Formula if the breastfeeding is not possible is the main food for babies up to 12 months of age Around six months solid food should be introduced as part of their diet as the babies iron stores are starting to get low and their digestive systems are now ready to start taking other foods Unmodified cow s milk should not be used as a drink before 12 months of age After 6 months you can slowly start introducing fresh pureed or mashed fruits such as pear pawpaw or apple and vegetables such as potato pumpkin sweet potato broccoli zucchini or peas Gradually start exploring a wider variety of foods and increase the amount to ½ a cup per meal always being guided by your baby s appetite Make sure you don t keep your baby on pureed food past 8 months as fork mashed or finely chopped foods are important to introduce more texture Finger foods are also appropriate To be sure your growing baby is getting enough iron start introducing small amounts of meat chicken fish or other iron rich alternatives Prepare a simple casserole with lean mince meat or chicken finely chopped steamed mushrooms spinach and fresh lentils Fresh vegetables are easily mashed or pureed Try potato and pumpkin peas broccoli English spinach or zucchini If the mixture seems too thick add water breast milk or formula to thin it out a little Home made soups are also an ideal way to introduce your baby to a whole range of fresh vegetables For a delicious pumpkin soup steam pieces of fresh butternut pumpkin with a little onion if desired When soft cool and add breast milk or formula and blend until smooth Fresh food ideas for over 12 months After 12 months your

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  • Woolworths - Allergies & Intolerances
    many foods but the most common are Gluten found in grains such as wheat rye barley and oats Lactose in milk and yoghurt Amines and salicylates in many foods lists are available including honey chocolate some fruits and vegetables such as berries tomato or citrus muesli bars many nuts soy sauces tea cordials and cola drinks pies processed meats and some cereals Food additives such as some colourings preservatives especially sodium benzoate sulphur dioxide or MSG added to some foods and also present naturally in some cheeses tomato paste and soy sauce Check with your doctor if you suspect you have a food allergy or intolerance The most common food intolerances are Coeliac Disease is a lifelong condition involving an immune reaction to the protein gluten which is found in grains such as wheat rye barley and oats If gluten is consumed in the diet it results in damage to the lining of the small intestine and nutrient malabsorption A life long gluten free diet is the only management of this condition Learn more about Coeliac disease Gluten Intolerance Non Coeliac Disease is a non immune reaction to gluten Total gluten avoidance is rarely required as the protein does not damage the lining of the small intestine The amount of gluten in the diet is generally reduced depending on the differing sensitivities of individuals Lactose intolerance Lactose is a sugar found naturally in milk Intolerance is caused by a shortage or lack of the enzyme lactase which is needed to break down lactose so it can be absorbed into the bloodstream If you don t have enough of this enzyme it can cause digestive problems Learn more about lactose intolerance Living with an allergy or intolerance Being intolerant or allergic to a certain food doesn t mean you have to miss out Try these handy tips 1 Check with your doctor Often food intolerance is incorrectly self diagnosed If you feel you are sensitive to a certain food make sure you check with your doctor or an accredited dietician It s important not to restrict a diet unnecessarily so it becomes nutritionally deprived as this may cause even further problems Your doctor or dietician will advise on how to manage your diet if needed Nutrients from foods that need to be avoided can be replaced 2 Learn to read product labels When doing your shopping it s important to learn which products you can and can t have Always check the label for any indication that a product contains an item you may be allergic to Find out more about reading product labels 3 Try alternatives Today there are a range of delicious alternatives available at all Woolworths stores We stock a range of gluten free breads cereals and pasta as well as a range of dairy alternatives including rice milk and many soy products Find out more about our Brands 4 Cook recipes the whole family can enjoy If you or anyone in your family has an allergy you

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  • Woolworths - Banana Smoothie
    Lost Trolley Global Roaming SIM About Us Grocery Facts Store Details Latest News Our Story Our People Our Stores Environmental Commitment Our Community Product Recalls Contact Us You are here Home Fresh Living Fresh Food Kids Kids Site Eat Drinks Health Wellbeing Baby Toddler Club Fresh Food Kids Kids Site Learn Play Eat Drinks Snacks Meals Treats Lunchbox Planner Foods of the World Extra Specials Banana Smoothie What you ll need 1 banana honey 1 cup milk measuring cup blender glass adult to help How to make it step 1 Peel the banana and break into pieces into blender Add milk and a good squeeze of honey Whiz the blender until the banana is smooth and shake is frothy Pour into a glass and enjoy step 2 Smooth tasty and full of goodness Share on Facebook Tweet this Bookmark at Delicious Digg this Share this page on Specials Promotions Weekly Catalogue Promotions Competitions Fresh Food Inspiration Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh or Free Guarantee Fresh Magazine Meet Our Growers Fresh Living Health Wellbeing Baby Toddler Club Fresh Food Kids Foods of the World Extra Specials Our Brands Macro Homebrand

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