Australian Guide to Healthy Eating Resource Order Form
Office Use Maximum Items Quantity Publication Details Only Per Order Required Consumer Booklet (Background information for consumers)
A5 size booklet, 22 pages.
This resource is used mainly by dieticians and teachers. It
contains a full colour fold-out of the ‘plate’ (same as the A4 MIS013 10 poster) and provides detailed information about the food to
eat for good health.
Educators Booklet (Background information for nutrition educators)
A4 size booklet, 40 pages.
This booklet is used in SA mainly by dieticians and
teachers. This resource provides information on the MIS014 4 rationale of the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating and
explains how to develop healthy eating patterns.
Brochure DL size brochure (1 piece paper folded into 3).
This brochure includes a full colour ‘plate’ and contains MIS109 50 basic information about the food to eat for good health.
Posters (Enjoy a variety of healthy foods every day) A1 size poster (large, suitable as a wall poster). MIS107 10 A4 size poster (useful when less space is available). MIS108 10 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Guide to Healthy Eating Resources
A2 size poster. MIS113 10 A4 size poster. MIS114 10 Educators booklet, A4 size, 37 pages (very limited – mainly MIS116 2 for Aboriginal Health Workers and dietitians).
? The resources are available FREE OF CHARGE
? There must be a person available to sign for the delivery on arrival.
? You will not receive confirmation of your order.
? No more than the maximum amount of resources outlined on the order form will be provided.
? Due to the limited resources, your order may not be filled exactly as per your request.
? If the resources are going to be used in showbags or give away bags, they must not be sold! ? The Australian Guide to Healthy Eating resources can be viewed online at
Dietary Guidelines Publications
The Dietary Guidelines for Australians complement the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating materials and
provide a broad overview of recommendations for healthy eating. There are three sets of guidelines: 1 - for children and adolescents (including the Infant Feeding Guidelines for Health Workers), 2 - for adults and 3 - for older people.
These resources can be ordered directly from the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing
by ringing the toll free number 1800 020 103 (extension 8654) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact person Position
Street address (PO Box not suitable) Postcode
Date items are required (allow 7 to 10 working days to be processed)
Please email the completed Resource Order Form to: email@example.com
or fax to: 8234 0988
or post to: Balemar Marketing Services
2-20 Magill Road
NORWOOD SA 5067
If you have any queries please phone Health Promotion Branch on: 8226 6329