I am hosting an event for a very worthy cause. If you are around on the Central Coast on the 20th June, come enjoy some great food and raise awareness around Bowel Cancer #Repost@coastsport with @get_repost
Coast Sport Dietitian Ali is hosting a Red Apple day fundraiser this year and we would love for you to come along! All funds raised go directly to Bowel Cancer Australia. You can find out more in the video below. Tickets available at: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/coast-sport-17302522729
Date: Wednesday the 20th of June, from 7am-8am.
Location: Mariner's Centre of Excellence Groundfloor. 1 Bryant Drive, Tuggerah.
Tickets: $20 at the eventbrite link above.
Tickets include: - Breakfast
- Presentation by Dietitan Ali Redman
- Goodie Bag
- Opportunity to enter raffles
Lunches this week. 🧡 Heard of “Eat the Rainbow”? The message is out there to eat different colours but why is that really important if you are hitting your veggie intake targets? Different coloured veg contain different nutrients so to optimise your health aim to ‘Eat the Rainbow’. Read on for more info.
Purple: Contains a pigment called anthocyanin which protects the body against ageing, heart disease, cancer and dementia.
Red: Contain lycopene which is an antioxidant that keeps our heart healthy and reduces the risk of certain cancers.
🧡 Orange: Contain another antioxidant called carotenoids and beta-carotene which the body converts to Vitamin A which supports healthy eyes. Orange veggies also contain Vitamin C which supports our immune health.
Yellow: Contain cancer-fighting carotenoids, Vitamin A and lutein for healthy eyes and skin. Green: Contain multiple antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Your dark leafy greens are rich in Potassium, folate and calcium for our overall good health. #dietitiansdomedia#lhealthali#apd#accreditedpractisingdietitian#eattherainbow#minceandveg#mealprep#mealprepsunday