The FREE Smart Recipe app from Change4Life is an easy way of helping families eat tasty, healthier meals the whole family will love. The recipes are easy to follow and list all the ingredients parents need to feed a family of 4 for around £5.
You can view the recipes here
Quick and easy family meal recipes
Change4Life have compiled 30 flexible dinner ideas with step-by-step instructions parents and families can follow. The recipes include just the essential ingredients, as well as clearly labelled swappable items. With healthier versions of popular meals, there is plenty of inspiration to suit families budget and schedule.
You can view the recipes here
Facts about Sugar
Change4Life has lots of resources to support parents and families to reduce their sugar intake. Tower Hamlets is a Sugar Smart borough and the Change4Life website includes information about how sugar affects children, how much sugar is too much and provides easy ideas to cut back on consuming sugar.
You can find the facts about sugar here
What counts as 5-a-day?
Eating enough fruits and vegetables is really important for a healthy diet. The Change4Life website supports parents and families to understand the importance of 5-a-day and provides breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas to get your 5-a-day. Also, Change4Life provides information on portion sizes, top tips and what counts as five fruits and vegetables a day.
You can find out about 5-a-day here
There are lots of resources to support school staff and to help families lead healthier lifestyles on the website here
Some of the resources can be downloaded below
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