E hea te huka kei roto i tō inu?

Free

This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in drinks commonly consumed by adults in te reo Māori.

These posters are printed in A3 size

View E hea te huka kei roto i tō inu? in pdf.

E hia te huka kei roto i te inu a ō tamariki??

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This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in drinks commonly consumed by children in te reo Māori.

These posters are printed in A3 size

View E hia te huka kei roto i te inu a ō tamariki? in pdf.

Healthy swaps

Free

This poster shows a bright and colourful table of easy food swaps you can make to improve your health.

High-resolution print files are available if you wish to print these at a different size, please email npa@hpa.org.nz.

View Healthy swaps in pdf.

How much sugar is in your children's drink?

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The increasing consumption of sugary drinks is a major factor contributing to the global obesity epidemic. Consuming sugary drinks also increases the risk of other health conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, gout and dental decay.

Sugary drinks contribute over a quarter of the total dietary sugar consumed by children in Aotearoa New Zealand. Despite efforts to restrict the availability of sugary drinks in schools, 73% of students were still able to buy sugary drinks on school grounds.  

In partnership with the New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA), Te Whatu Ora | Health Promotion developed these infographic posters to illustrate the amount of sugar in drinks commonly consumed by children and young people in Aotearoa New Zealand, and to promote water as the best choice.

These posters are printed in A3 size. High-resolution print files are available if you wish to print these at a different size, please email npa@hpa.org.nz.

View How much sugar are children drinking? in pdf.

How much sugar is in your drink?

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The increasing consumption of sugary drinks is a major factor contributing to the global obesity epidemic. Consuming sugary drinks also increases the risk of other health conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, gout, and dental decay. 

The World Health Organization recommends adults and children should not consume more than 12 teaspoons of sugar a day, or no more than 6 teaspoons for additional health benefits. On average, adults in Aotearoa New Zealand consume about 37 teaspoons of sugar daily through their food and drink intake. Sugary drinks are one of the main sources of the rising sugar intake among children and adults in Aotearoa New Zealand.
 
In partnership with the New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA), Te Hiringa Hauora | Health Promotion Agency developed these infographic posters to illustrate the amount of sugar in drinks commonly consumed by adults in New Zealand, and to promote water as the best choice.

These posters are printed in A3 size. High-resolution print files are available if you wish to print these at a different size, please email npa@hpa.org.nz.

View How much sugar is in your drink? in pdf

 

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - English (Set of 2, DL)

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Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

View Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - English (Set of 2, DL) in PDF.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Hindi (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Hindi.

View Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Hindi (Set of 2, DL) in PDF.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Korean (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Korean.

View Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Korean (Set of 2, DL) in PDF.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Punjabi (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Punjabi.

View Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Punjabi (Set of 2, DL) in PDF.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Te Reo (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Te Reo.

View Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Te Reo (Set of 2, DL) in PDF.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Urdu (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Urdu.

View Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Urdu (Set of 2, DL) in PDF.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - English

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

View Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - English in pdf.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Hindi

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Hindi

View Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Hindi in PDF. 

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Korean

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Korean.

View Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Korean in PDF.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Mandarin

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Mandarin.

View Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Mandarin in PDF.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Punjabi

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Punjabi.

View Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Punjabi in PDF.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Te Reo

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Te Reo.

View Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Te Reo in PDF.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Urdu

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Urdu.

View Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Urdu in PDF.

Play Your Best Card - take home pamphlet (bundle of 30)

Free

These pamphlets help are given to young people to encourage them to reflect on their conversations after playing Play Your Best Card, a team-based game that encourages teens to have conversations on a range of topics relevant to young people.

Find out about Play Your Best Card.

Play Your Best Card – game

Free

Maximum two sets per order. This is only available for schools and kura.

Play Your Best Card is a team-based game that encourages teens to have conversations on a range of topics relevant to young people. It also encourages them to discuss challenges and what to do in a range of different situations.

The game is key to raising awareness of youth organisations that you can contact when you need help. It aims to inspire teens’ critical thinking and encourage them to have conversations about issues that they are going on for them right now, or that they might encounter in the future.

For more details, visit www.hpa.org.nz/education/play-your-best-card.

Water is the best choice

Free

Water is the best choice - any time, any place, any activity. This A3 poster shows we don’t need sports or energy drinks to fuel a busy day. Display these posters at sports clubs, schools, workplaces and anywhere to promote water as the best choice.

These posters are printed in A3 size. High-resolution print files are available if you wish to print these at a different size, please email npa@hpa.org.nz.

View Water is the best choice in pdf.